Who were the individuals that helped build our first communities? Whose ideas led to the creation of our unique city? Based on the stories from Mavericks: An Incorrigible History of Alberta, this program allows students to explore with artifact investigation and photographs and discover the pioneering men and women who first settled theWest and began building our great city …Calgary!
The Blackfoot language is timeless. In this introduction to the traditional language of this territory, Blackfoot educators will reference many of the artifacts located within the Nitsitapiisinni Gallery as well as basic foundational words. This primer allows for the expansion of our history, culture and beliefs, through the use of syllabics, IPA and English. The culture is in the language.
Inuit: the Land, the People - Glenbow Virtual Presentation Grade 2 students will explore Inuit culture through discussions about food, clothing, shelter, animals, beliefs and values. They will have the opportunity to learn about authentic Inuit artifacts.
Students will explore Inuit culture through discussions about food, clothing, shelter, animals, beliefs and values. Using authentic Inuit artifacts, students will investigate and come to conclusions about what these objects are, how they were made and how they were used.