"I was thinking about place names and how we’re using them now and how we used to back then. Back then it was a means for survival to know our place names… I find it quite ironic now that we’re using place names as a means for survival for our language and our culture rather than it just being a matter of our (physical) survival."
- Inuit Heritage Trust, Place Names Workshop, 2002
We would like to acknowledge the work of the following sources which greatly influenced the writing of this module:
Denos, M. & Case, R. (2006), Teaching About Historical Thinking, Vancouver, BC: Critical Thinking Consortium, UBC.
Sawyer,D. & Green, H. (1984),The NESA Activities Handbook for Native and Multicultural Classrooms, Vancouver, BC: Tillacum Library.
These are required resources for this module.
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