TEACHING GUIDE: The Secret Life of the North
How has the North been impacted by forces of colonization and why have many Canadians not known about the history, geography, and society of the Inuit? This episode explores the history and geography of the North; examines the distinct culture, language and politics of the Inuit; and recognizes the impacts of colonization on the Inuit.
Possible teaching connections include Geography, History, Social Studies, Indigenous Studies, Civics, and Anthropology. Learn how to use this resource here.
This teaching guide includes:
- Lesson plan
- Ad-free audio for download
- Episode transcript
- Activity sheets
- Bonus mini-episode: 'Shout out to Bernelda Wheeler, the First Lady of Indigenous Broadcasting' (audio, lesson, slides & activities)
Download the master folder here.
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