First Peoples Resources
|How did the Gitxsan peoples employ the Pythagorean Theory in the development of their canoes?
Topics: Pythagorean Theory, Pythagorean Theorem
|How are circulatory system disorders treated using First Nations traditional medicine?
Topics: biology, circulatory system, Disorder, First Nations, Traditional Medicine
|To what extent have First Nations and the Inuit been impacted by environmental racism?
Topics: Environment, indigenous, oppression
|How to apply Pythagorean Theorem in Ktunaxa Fish Traps?
Topics: math, Pre-Calculus, Pythagorean Theorem
|What is the most important benefit that salmon provide?
Topics: BC, Benefit, Ecosystem, Salmon, TC2
|How are nervous system disorders treated using First Nations traditional medicine?
Topics: Disorder, biology, First Nations, Nervous System, Traditional Medicine
|How common is racial bias in Canada?
Topics: critical thinking, racism, bias, explicit, implicit, systemic, tc2
|How are digestive system disorders treated using First Nations traditional medicine?
Topics: Digestive system, biology, digestion, Disorder, First Nations, Traditional Medicine
|How are respiratory system disorders treated using First Nations traditional medicine?
Topics: First Nations, biology, Respiratory System, Traditional Medicine
|How did our First Peoples value the moon and its ability to predict upcoming seasonal events?
Topics: Lunar cycle, First Peoples, Moon, Solar System, Astronomy, Indigenous
|Can you find your own family stories that elders, and relatives have shared for years and years?
Topics: First peoples, oral tradition, story telling
|Can you become an expert on one of the physical regions of Canada?
Topics: Physical Regions, Canadian geography, First Peoples, Research
|How did the Variola Major (Smallpox) Virus affect human history?
Topics: Indigenous Perspectives, Viruses, Vaccines, Biological Weapons
|Identify geometric patterns in a hemisphere. Can I create a wigwam that looks like a real wigwam?
Topics: indigenous, Geometric Patterns
Last modified: Tuesday, 29 November 2022, 5:51 PM