Where the Rivers Meet Teacher's Guide supports the novel, Where the Rivers Meet. The novel is a young adult novel by educator Don Sawyer. Set in the small town environment of British Columbia, the story revolves around a Native teenager, Nancy Antoine. She lives on a reserve just outside the town where she attends high school. A railway bridge over a treacherous river gorge links the town and reserve communities. The river and the environment figure prominently in the narrative. The author explores the daily prejudices endured by the Native students through the eyes of Nancy as she witnesses first hand the social disintegration of her community. The Teacher's Guide is a 45-page resource that includes ideas and strategies for teachers using this novel in their classrooms. Chapters cover an analysis of the title and cover art; working with new vocabulary; response journals; conducting an interview; newspaper article writing; starting a classroom blog; exploring similarities and differences; comparing and contrasting; Venn diagram character analysis; suicide and prevention; research papers; designing a perfect school; traditional Aboriginal education; role plays; causes of prejudice and racism; and debates. The guide includes blackline masters for student handouts.