BC First Nations Studies 12

BC First Nations Studies 12 Course Details

Teacher

Holly Mair

Description

Designed to enhance students’ appreciation of the diversity of First Nations perspectives in the province, B.C. First Nation Studies 12 explores First Nations individuals and cultures in contemporary and historical contexts.

The course is aligned with the learning outcomes included in the 2006 BC First Nations Studies Integrated Resource Package, and also addresses the most recent provincial exam specifications.

Maintaining a modular, learner-centred structure, this course uses multiple resources for students to learn about B.C. Online students have access to interactive multimedia components that help explain key concepts.

Type

online

Credit

4

Delivery

Student-paced

Summary

4 online modules
2 tests

Evaluation

60% Assignments
40% Tests

BC Performance Standards

Materials

B.C. First Nations Studies - Optional Textbook ($40.00 deposit)

More Info

Module 1: Perspective and Place

Module 2: Contact, Resistance and Leadership

Module 3: Creativity and Culture

Module 4: Contemporary Issues

Outcomes

Click here to view the Prescribed Learning Outcomes (PLOs) within the Integrated Resource Package (IRP)for this course.