Table des Matières du Cartable

Syllabus Exploration de Sentiers de la Civilization L’évènement le plus important de l’histoire (selon moi) x: Les aspects d’un civilization Projet: recherche du pays Les aspects de civilization Tlingit Carte de la Chine La Philosophie Chinoise (p19-23) Le Gouvernment Centrale en Chine (p23-28) Vocabulaire de Ch. 1 Analyse de texte: philosophie Chinoise Quiz sur civilization TexteContinue reading “Table des Matières du Cartable”

Syllabus for Chemistry 11 (Spring 2015)

Expectations Be on time for every class, with all necessary materials ready. Be polite and respectful to each other, to me, and especially to guests. Take notes, and keep your binder organized and up-to-date. Hand in lab reports on time.  Late projects will suffer a -20% grade penalty. Produce quality work. (Explain your work, write legibly, include organized calculations, include units).Continue reading “Syllabus for Chemistry 11 (Spring 2015)”

Syllabus for Yukon First Nations Studies 12 (Spring 2015)

Expectations Be on time for every class, with all necessary materials ready. Be polite and respectful to each other, to me, and especially to guests. Take notes, and keep your binder organized and up-to-date. Hand in projects on time.  Late projects will suffer a -20% grade penalty. Produce quality work. In particular, all written assignments must consist of full sentences organizedContinue reading “Syllabus for Yukon First Nations Studies 12 (Spring 2015)”

First Nations people in film (in progress)

Lesson Schedule 1: The Importance of Representation 2-4: Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner Extended Lesson Schedule (not for spring 2015): Concept and Importance of Representation.  Reel Injun chapter 1 (“Native Representation”). Postcolonial Theory (“Derision and Desire”). Reel Injun chapter 2 (“Native Americans from Hollywood to Wounded Knee”; “Birth of the Hollywood Indian”). Assignment: Comparison of Pocahontas, The New World, and Avatar). Stereotypes. ReelContinue reading “First Nations people in film (in progress)”