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New lesson plans will help mark Anishinaabe Day on June 6 – Elliot Lake News

by ahnationtalk on May 30, 202340 Views

MAY 30, 2023

Lessons aligned with Ontario curriculum now available online to help both Indigenous and non-Indigenous teachers and students

Two First Nations organizations have developed lesson plans to help both Indigenous and non-Indigenous teachers and students better understand a significant day that honours Anishinaabe identity, history, traditions, and pride.

The Kinoomaadziwin Education Body and Anishinabek Nation have jointly developed lesson plans surrounding Anishinaabe Giizhigad (Anishinaabe Day) on June 6.

The lessons will also help students understand the preamble to the Anishinaabe Chi-Naaknigewin (Constitution) and Ngo Dwe Waangizid Anishinaabe (One Anishinaabe Family), that are culturally-relevant and connect to the Ontario Curriculum, the organizations said in a joint news release.

“As the Anishinabek Nation celebrates Anishinaabe Ghizhgad on June 6, it is important for everyone to understand the significance of the day,” said Kinoomaadziwin Education Body director of education Shining Turtle.

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