Students will demonstrate awareness and knowledge of protocol in seeking knowledge from others. Seek out and invite community and family members to share family/community relationship knowledge.Preparation
Use the sharing circle method to allow participants to have equal opportunity to share ideas and thoughts on how a wee way is assembled.
Student complete a self-assessment to describe what they experienced, learned and accomplished in this activity.Lesson 2: Making Tobacco Ties as Part of Protocol Lesson Objective
Students will demonstrate awareness of (local/community-based) protocol in seeking knowledge from others.
Seek out and invite community and family members to share family/community relationship knowledge with all things.
Use the sharing circle to open and close the activity and to allow participants to have equal opportunity for sharing ideas and thoughts on their experience on assembling a tobacco tie.
Student complete a self-assessment to describe what they experienced, learned and accomplished in this activity.
Students will demonstrate (share) their awareness and knowledge of self and others through various story media.
Know who has been invited to speak to students and maintain a schedule so that appropriate arrangements can be made in advance.Materials
Elder teacher, image courtesy of BCNEA
Plan and host a family/community celebration to acknowledge the learnings through sharing student collages.
Family/community gathering, image courtesy of BCNEA.
Students will demonstrate their awareness and knowledge of individual and community values.Preparation
Provide appropriate protocol gifts for individuals who to share their knowledge with the class.
Identify the values shared by the guest presenters in the Knowing Self and Others activity. Why are these things important?
Using the kinship maps produced as one of the Preparing for Knowledge activities, students can review how kinship relations are influence by community values as shared by the guest presenters.
Map significant places and events as identified and shared by guest presenters in previous activities.
aerial view of Wabasca townsite
Students will demonstrate (share) their awareness and knowledge of family and community connections within the community boundaries through various story media, gained through interviews and personal experience.Note
This activity will utilize information collected in the three previous activities. The stories shared are to demonstrate a connection between the student and their families and the community to specific locations when applicable and appropriate.Preparation
Ensure that stories received through interviews and personal experience are shared in an appropriate manner that follows protocol.Materials
To be determined by the media to be used.
The General Synod Archives, Anglican Church of Canada, P75-103-S7-266. – ‘St. John's Indian Residential School, Wabasca, AB’
© MD of Opportunity No. 17, Wabasca, Alberta.
Have students do the following: construct kinship maps, identify the relationships and their Cree (kinship) terms, including what they mean and their cultural implications. Use the kinship map at the Walking Together: First Nations, Metis and Inuit Perspectives in Curriculum resource as a model. (Click on "Kinship" and choose "Beginning Together" find a kinship map.)Click on image to see example