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Go through the motions of drafting, proposing, reading and voting for a federal law with your class.
Written by Jessica Knapp
In this activity students will come to understand how laws are created, from their initial draft, to debates, to the Senate and royal assent.
This free magazine, which is based on the Seven Sacred Teachings, is aimed for students in grades 5–12. Each chapter teaches children about residential schools, Treaties, and the historic and current relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples. Available in English and French.
Every year teaching associations host both subject specific or general teaching conferences. Find your province or territory in this list to get involved!
Which book inspires you as a teacher?
The Historical Thinking Project website features exemplary lesson plans that explain how to get your students thinking historically.