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    Trickster Tales Grades 1-6

    64 Traditional Stories From First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Peoples of Canada

    COMPLETE PACKS AND LIBRARY PACKS 50% OFF!!

    Interior spread of Trickster Tales graphic novel, with three covers: Nanbozho Colours the World, Wesakechak and the Story of Life, Iktomni and MuskratThese traditional stories are told from Indigenous perspectives in graphic novel form. Each series has a different author team with the lead author and a writer from the culture. Each series also had a review team from the Nation the story originated. 

    Eight different series from the West Coast, Plains, Great Lakes, East Coast, and the North:

    • Chi-Jean and other Métis Tales: (written by Chris Keintz and Karole Dumont-Beckett)
    • Glooscap Tales: (written by Chris Keintz and Gerald Gloade)
    • Iktomni Tales: (written by Chris Keintz and Dovie Thomason)
    • Nanabozho Tales: (written by Chris Keintz and Duke Redbird)
    • Raven Tales (various authors)
    • Tales from the Six Nations: (written by Chris Keintz and Kay (Ionataiewas) Olan)
    • Tulugaq and other Inuit Tales: (written by Chris Keintz and Angus Icewalker)
    • Wesakechak Tales: (written by Chris Keintz and Joseph Naytowhow)

    Student Books:

    • Graphic novels
    • Focus on one FNMI story
    • About the Story page describing the history of the story
    • Levelled for Guided Reading
    • Grades 1-3 books have 16 or 24 pages, Grades 4-6 have 32 pages
    • Each 6-pack contains 6 copies of 1 title and a Teaching Card*
    * Raven Tales sets do not include a Teaching Card

    Teaching Support:

    • Before, during, and after guided reading lesson plan for each book
    • Cultural background for each story
    • Activities and discussion-starters to understand the cultural context or meaning of the story
    • Web links and books suggestions to extend student's thinking about story or culture
     

    516963503924085.000WSUBCATYNNYYNYNNYYNNNSCHTM & C 2009 SCHOLASTIC Canada Ltd. All rights reserved.Trickster Tales (1-6)00000000001188SCH/LIST_ADD_TO_CART.GIF/IMAGES/SCH/CHECKOUT.GIFSCH/LIST_ADD_TO_CART.GIFSCH/CHECKOUT.GIFSCH/CHECKOUT.GIFWED, 8-JAN-2020 02:15:30 GMT010000000101EDUCATION.SCHOLASTIC.CAClansaweb?srve=PRDLST+partition=PRX+F(LW3SFID)=1+F(LW3CATID)=1188KFRR<!--The following script line only needs to be inlcuded if you are using jQuery--><!--<script type='text/javascript' src='http://education.scholastic.ca/images/jquery/jquery-1.4.2.min.js'> </script>--><style type='text/css'> #product_wrapper { width: 575px; font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; padding-left: 10px; text-align: left; } .decks { font-weight: bold; font-size: 21px; } div.spacer { clear: both; background-color: white; }</style><div id='product_wrapper'> <img src='http://education.scholastic.ca/images/SCH/trickster_tales_images/tt-logo.jpg' alt='Trickster Tales' style='margin-right: 10px; margin-bottom: 25px; float: left;' /> <span class='decks'>Grades 1-6</span> <p class='decks'> 64 Traditional Stories From First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Peoples of Canada </p><p class='decks' style='text-align: right;'><span style='background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255);'><font color='#ff0000'>COMPLETE PACKS AND LIBRARY PACKS 50% OFF!!</font></span></p> <img src='http://education.scholastic.ca/images/SCH/trickster_tales_images/tt-covers.jpg' style='float: right; margin-left: 10px;' alt='Interior spread of Trickster Tales graphic novel, with three covers: Nanbozho Colours the World, Wesakechak and the Story of Life, Iktomni and Muskrat' />These traditional stories are told from Indigenous perspectives in graphic novel form. Each series has a different author team with the lead author and a writer from the culture. Each series also had a review team from the Nation the story originated. <p> Eight different series from the West Coast, Plains, Great Lakes, East Coast, and the North: </p> <ul> <li><b>Chi-Jean and other Métis Tales</b>: (written by Chris Keintz and Karole Dumont-Beckett)</li> <li><b>Glooscap Tales</b>: (written by Chris Keintz and Gerald Gloade)</li> <li><b>Iktomni Tales</b>: (written by Chris Keintz and Dovie Thomason)</li> <li><b>Nanabozho Tales</b>: (written by Chris Keintz and Duke Redbird)</li> <li><b>Raven Tales</b> (various authors)</li> <li><b>Tales from the Six Nations</b>: (written by Chris Keintz and Kay (Ionataiewas) Olan)</li> <li><b>Tulugaq and other Inuit Tales:</b> (written by Chris Keintz and Angus Icewalker)</li> <li><b>Wesakechak Tales</b>: (written by Chris Keintz and Joseph Naytowhow)</li> </ul> <p><b>Student Books:</b></p> <ul style='margin-bottom: 2px;'> <li>Graphic novels</li> <li>Focus on one FNMI story</li> <li>About the Story page describing the history of the story</li> <li>Levelled for Guided Reading</li> <li>Grades 1-3 books have 16 or 24 pages, Grades 4-6 have 32 pages</li> <li>Each 6-pack contains 6 copies of 1 title and a Teaching Card*</li> </ul> <b>* Raven Tales sets do not include a Teaching Card</b> <p><b>Teaching Support:</b></p> <ul> <li>Before, during, and after guided reading lesson plan for each book</li> <li>Cultural background for each story</li> <li>Activities and discussion-starters to understand the cultural context or meaning of the story</li> <li>Web links and books suggestions to extend student's thinking about story or culture</li> </ul> <div class='spacer'> </div></div>
    Chi-Jean and other Métis Tales
    Glooscap Tales
    Iktomni Tales
    Nanabozho Tales
    Raven Tales
    Tales from the Six Nations
    Tulugaq and Other Inuit Tales
    Wesakechak Tales
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