Apr 17, 2024 to Jun 12, 2024
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM EST
Teacher: Nadia A. & Nadia K.
This course is an interdisciplinary exploration of Canadian history and Indigenous studies, aiming to provide students with an understanding of the complex relationship between Indigenous peoples and the development of Canada as a nation. The course examines historical events, policies, and cultural interactions that have shaped the Indigenous experience in Canada, from pre-contact to modern times.
In this course students will cover:
What is History? What are Historical sources?
Social organization in early societies
Roles and Responsibilities
Indigenous communities before European contact
Wampum Belts and Treaties
Comparing European settlers and Indigenous peoples
New France Society
Cause and Consequence
If you choose to withdraw from the course, please see below:
March 10th: 90% refund
April 1st: 50% refund
After the first class: 50% credit or 25% refund
My dauther loved history and geography! Imagine us as children loving History! My daughter would re attend a history class if she didn't understand something the first time! I was in awe. I never had to remind her nor be after her about hw. She would set her alarm herself and wakeup early, have her breakfast and be ready for class on time! That says a lot about the class and the wonderful teachers! Highly recommend this course to all 7 and 8 graders.