Reconciliation Conversations – Teaching Resources

Each week, for each topic, we will be providing lesson plans and discussion guides to assist educators in integrating the various topics into their curriculum plans. Our aim is to encourage conversation and inquiry among Indigenous and non-Indigenous youth, while ensuring a brave space for youth to communicate.

We encourage you to attend the live events with your students, and continue the conversation in your virtual classrooms using our lesson plans and guides. Teaching Resources will be published each week on our website.

PROGRAM GUIDE

Program Question : What is Reconciliation ?

DISCUSSION GUIDE

Guidelines for engaging in meaningful and respectful Reconciliation Conversations.

Download the discussion guide

LESSONS

Lessons and activities can be adapted to any course or community group activity and are flexible to different timelines to best suit the class or group.

Introduction to Reconciliation
  • Activity: Where are the Children?
  • Challenge: Project of Heart Tiles


Download the Lesson Plan
Download the Lesson slides  
Watch the webinar

 

Language and Culture
  • Activity: Stories, Songs and Sayings
  • Challenge: Hello & Thank you

Download the Lesson Plan
Download the Lesson slides 
Watch the webinar

 

Health & Wellbeing
  • Activity: Holistic Health – The Medicine Wheel and Traditional Medicines
  • Challenge: Medicine Wheel Bingo Card

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Download the Lesson slides
Watch the webinar

 

Environment & Relationship to the Land
  • Activity: Whose Land?
  • Challenge: Places to Protect

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Download the Lesson slides  
Watch the Webinar

 

Education and Economic Opportunity (coming Monday June 22)
  • Activity: What/who is missing?
  • Challenge: Write a letter

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Download the Lesson slides  
Watch the webinar

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