Secondary


We currently offer three Teachings that have been designed for secondary classrooms:

cajune“Sxwiwis – The Journey” has been authored by curriculum designer Julie Cajune (Salish). She writes: “A singular historic event can have significantly different outcomes for individuals or groups that are culturally, socially, or economically divers or dissimilar.”

PDF to download: Sxwiwis—The Journey


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  • “Living within the Four Base Tipi Poles” has been authored by curriculum designers Shane Doyle (Crow) and Megkian Doyle. They write: “Despite suffering tremendous loss of life, land, and economy, the cultural values and ideals of the Apsáalooke people have allowed them to continue to grow as a nation and persevere into the 21st century.”

PDF to download: Apsáalooke Basawua Iichia Shoope Aalahputtua Koowiikooluk / Living within the Four Base Tipi Poles of the Apsáalooke Homeland

 

  • “Tribal Oral Traditions and Languages in the Plains Region of the Lewis and Clark Trail” has been authored by curriculum designer Shane Doyle 

PDF to download: Tribal Oral Traditions and Languages in the Plains Region of the Lewis and Clark Trail  

 

  • “Traditional Native Games Along the Lewis and Clark Trail” has been authored by curriculum designer Shane Doyle.  

PDF to download: Traditional Native Games Along the Lewis and Clark Trail