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These activities and resources guide teachers on incorporating disability studies in their classrooms.
This lesson will help students reflect on what they have learned throughout their inquiry project.
In this lesson, students will assess their knowledge of the Residential School system and the ongoing investigations related to students who died while attending Residential Schools.
This lesson encourages students to reflect on the role of the media and the impact of the “news cycle” on public awareness of current affairs.