Weather, It's Right or Not: A Resource and Curriculum Document for the Ontario Curriculum: Science and Technology, Grade 5, Earth and Space Systems Strand NO LONGER AVAILABLE

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Limited Quantity. Weather, It's Right or Not: A Resource and Curriculum Document for the Ontario Curriculum: Science and Technology, Grade 5|Earth and Space Systems Strand is a grade 5 teacher resource developed by the Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre. The author created 17 lessons for teachers who are located in Northern Ontario schools. The lessons are based on the expectations within the Ontario Curriculum, Grade 1 - 8: Science and Technology. Lessons cover weather, weather patterns, weather investigating and forecasting, and weather conditions and adaptations.

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Anishininiimowin Stories 1 UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from the publisher Anishininiimowin Stories 1 is a grade one reader for Oji-Cree language students. The text offers ten simple stories in syllabics; an English translation is provided. The stories introduce six-year-old Jimmy and his younger sister Janie. The stories describe their family, home, community, and traditional activities in the bush and during specific seasons. The final story tells how Wee-sa-ke-chak gave Muskrat a slender tail. Each page of text is accompanied by a simple black and white line drawing by Cree artist Gordon Goodwin.

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Omushkegowuk Stories 1 UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from the publisher Omushkegowuk Stories 1 is a grade one reader for Cree language students. The text offers ten simple stories in syllabics; an English translation is provided. The stories introduce six-year-old Jimmy and his younger sister Janie. The stories describe their family, home, community, and traditional activities in the bush and during specific seasons. The final story tells how Wee-sa-ke-chak gave Muskrat a slender tail. Each page of text is accompanied by a simple black and white line drawing by Cree artist Gordon Goodwin.

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Omushkegowuk Women's Traditional Practices Project: Restoring the Balance UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from the publisher Omushkegowuk Women's Traditional Practices Project: Restoring the Balance is the result of an Aboriginal Healing Foundation grant. The text contains ten interviews with Omushkegowuk (James Bay Cree) elders who answer open-ended questions regarding the strength of traditional practices. The women were first interviewed in Cree in their home communities of Attawapiskat, Kashechewan, Fort Albany, Moose Factory, and Moosonee. Their responses were then translated from syllabics to English, and clarifications were made.

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Big Skunk, and Wolverine and the Wolves UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE Big Skunk, and Wolverine and the Wolves is a recent publication produced by the Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre. Intended for mature readers, the two traditional Cree stories contained in this book were collected from storytellers along the west coast of James Bay. They were transcribed and translated by Anastasia Weesk. Raphael Wabano tells the Big Skunk legend. Michael Patrick relates the story about Wolverine and the Wolves. The publisher should be congratulated for creating a book for readers that will appeal to English speakers and those who are Cree syllabics readers.

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One Time When Wee-sa-ki-jahk Was Walking UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE One Time When Wee-sa-ki-jahk Was Walking is a collection of Wee-sa-ki-jahk adventures as he walked around on earth. Published by the Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre, this children's book introduces readers to the Cree Trickster. Each of the five stories was collected from storytellers who live along the west coast of James Bay. They were transcribed and translated into English by Anastasia Weesk.

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Trees, Plants and Their Uses (Oji-Cree Syllabics) UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE Trees, Plants and Their Uses is a handy reference booklet about common trees and plants in eastern Canada. The Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre produced this 56-page booklet with the assistance of four elders from the James Bay area. Information included for each tree/plant describe its habitat, size and form, family group, common names, medicinal uses and Native uses. The author does not include recipes for herbal plant usage. Most of the fifteen trees and ten plants described have illustrations (some in colour). Text is in Oji-Cree syllabics.

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Wee-sa-ki-jahk and the Trees UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE Wee-sa-ki-jahk and the Trees is a picture book produced by the Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre. This Cree legend was originally collected from the west coast of James Bay. Storyteller Lizzie Matthews told the story in Cree, and it was later transcribed and translated into English by Anastasia Weesk. The simple story for young readers tells about the greedy nature of the Trickster, Wee-sa-ki-jahk. In an effort to eat more, he convinces the trees to help him. What happens next leaves some of the trees changed forever.

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Earth Science - A Supplementary Workbook of Integrated Science Activities (Intermediate Level) OUT OF PRINT

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Earth Science - A Supplementary Workbook of Integrated Science Activities consists of a Teacher's Guide and Student Workbook designed especially for First Nations Intermediate level students in Northern Ontario. Produced by the Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre this supplementary science resource contains science and language activities that support English as a Second Language. The Teacher's Guide contains 20 activities including Earthquakes, Rocks, Physiographic Areas, Gravity and Centrifugal Force, The Seasons, and the Atmosphere.

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Living Things - A Supplementary Workbook of Integrated Science Activities (Intermediate Level) OUT OF PRINT

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Living Things - A Supplementary Workbook of Integrated Science Activities consists of a Teacher's Guide and Student Workbook designed especially for First Nations intermediate level students in Northern Ontario. The Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre developed this supplementary Teacher Resource to address the needs of Native students for Science materials with English as a Second Language focus. Eight Units are covered including What's Alive? Fish, Mammals, Feathers, Plants and Trees, Insects, Bacteria and Viruses.

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