W. Ross Macdonald School Library

Our voices /

by Cutting, Robert, Series: Turtle Island voices Published by : Rubicon Publishing, (Oakville, ON :) Physical details: 48 p. ; col. ill. ISBN:9781770583436. Year: 2011 List(s) this item appears in: Grade 8 History | Grade 5 Social Studies
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Social Science - Native Studies
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Social Science - Native Studies
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Our Voices looks at the traditional ways in which Aboriginal peoples used their voices, how some had their voices taken away, and how some are using their voices today. Students will read a poem by Métis spoken-word artist Tiffany Harrington, an interview with a residential school survivor, and learn about the many people who are working to preserve Aboriginal languages by passing them on to future generations.

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