Thursday October 31st, 2019

Period 3- CHC2D

Mr. Woodley’s Grade 10 History class will be coming to the Library to continue researching their issue as it relates to the destruction of Native culture in Canada or whether an apology is enough.

  1. The Library Catalogue allows you remote access to our print, digital and streaming resources from anywhere at any time. To access this resource, you’ll simply need your TDSB log-in information.
  2. The Canadian Encyclopedia is an excellent source of information for Canadian individuals (or for those with ties to Canada).
  3. The History databases and websites within the Virtual Library may be helpful. Just remember to choose Grade 9-12 and Indigenous Studies or History as the Subject in the FIND feature.
  4. The following websites may also be of use:

Info on the Apologies by the Churches

Anglican Church of Canada Website and Apology for Residential Schools

Catholic Church of Canada – Apology for Residential Schools

The United Church of Canada’s Apology

24 Page Article by Peter Bush on the apologies by Canadian Churches for Residential Schools 1986-1998

Indigenous Heritage (Library and Archives Canada)

Indigenous Foundations

Canadian Geographic

An Overview of the Indian Residential School System 

Reports from the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation

10 Indigenous Artworks that Changes How We Imagine Ourselves – Richard William Hill continues his explorations of 1980s and 1990s Indigenous art to outline 10 works that changes how we “imagine our place in the world.”

Some artist statements from 2017 that might work for the combating words and images issue…

 

Remember that you will need to include a bibliography using  Chicago style of Citation. It is crucial to properly reference information that is not your own in order to give credit where it’s due and also to avoid PLAGIARISM. Providing your teacher with a URL for a website used unfortunately will not cut it anymore.

Using the following information will put you on the right track to creating a bibliography to be proud of!

Below you’ll find the Laurier Guide for Chicago Citation.

Remember to look to OWL @ Purdue for other questions that arise about citation. It’s where Ms. Kelso or Ms. Vilicic go when we’re looking for information about citation.