Resources by Subject → Intermediate

Journeys in Film

Films have long been overlooked as an educational tool. Films can open our minds, inspire us to learn more, provide a bridge to better understanding major issues of 21st century concern, and compel us to make a difference. When properly used, film can be a powerful educational tool in developing critical thinking skills and exposure to different perspectives. Journeys in Films provides free curriculum guides, lesson plans, and discussion guides to support the use of films as educational tools in your classrooms.
Note: Be sure to follow your school board’s policy about using video (film) in your classroom. Canada’s Fair Dealing Decision Tool will help you evaluate whether you are allowed to use a video resource in your classroom.

Journeys in Film

 

Indigenous Peoples Atlas of Canada

Indigenous perspectives much older than the nation itself shared through maps, artwork, history and culture. Content is available online in a beautiful dynamic website, and you may also purchase the multi-volume resource.
This atlas was created by The Royal Canadian Geographical Society in conjunction with the Assembly of First Nations, Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami, the Métis Nation, the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation and Indspire.
In this atlas, you will find outstanding reference maps of Indigenous Canada, as well as a section devoted to Truth and Reconciliation, including detailed pages on many aspects of the topic with contemporary and historical photographs, maps and more. There’s also a glossary of common Indigenous terms.

Indigenous Peoples Atlas of Canada

Ontario Ministry of Education Native Languages Resources Guides

Support documents for the teaching of language patterns.
These resources will provide teachers with an overview of language patterns in Delaware language groups and Ojibwe/Cree language groups.

http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/document/curricul/delaware/delaware.pdf

http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/document/curricul/ojibwe.pdf

 

 

OTF Planboard – Organize, Collaborate and Share: Lesson Planning Simplified

With free access to all OTF members, OTF Planboard enables teachers to get organized with their lesson plans online. Teachers can create, edit and share in one seamless experience.
Over 250 sample lessons– created by Ontario teachers for Ontario teachers – are already available and can easily be added into your daily lesson plans. These plans can be personalized for particular classes or courses using the integrated planner. Best of all, Ontario curriculum expectations are all built into OTF Planboard. You can embed curriculum expectations, images or videos, and attach documents to your lessons.

OTF Planboard – Organize, Collaborate and Share: Lesson Planning Simplified

eWorskhop Ontario Teaching Resource

Welcome to the online resource developed for elementary teachers by the Ontario Ministry of Education and TFO. It includes modules on Literacy and Numeracy with videos of teachers in action, activity sheets, lesson plans and more. You’ll also find modules on Daily Physical Activity (DPA) from the government’s Healthy Schools program, and on Anaphylaxis, for the protection of students with life-threatening allergies.

eWorskhop Ontario Teaching Resource

Tvo.org – Taking a walk through Indigenous history

This website has many resources and this specific link is focused on Indigenous perspectives. There are in Ontario Hubs. There are important discussions on reconciliation and reclaiming identities.

Tvo.org – Taking a walk through Indigenous history

Ministry of Government and Consumer Services: Online Lesson Plans from the Archives of Ontario Organized by Theme

This website has a lot of archival information. This link is specifically for black history. It has lesson plans and centers diverse voices.

Ministry of Government and Consumer Services: Online Lesson Plans from the Archives of Ontario Organized by Theme

The Chinese Canadian Military Museum

This website has a lot of information and artifacts focused on the contributions of Chinese Canadians in the military. This website is a way to expand the narrative around who ‘heroes’ are. It is also a way to bridges the gaps found in many history textbooks which don’t have a complete historical narrative.

The Chinese Canadian Military Museum

Ministry of Indigenous Affairs

A website with many resources for educators to plan lessons around reconciliation, treaty rights and other Indigenous perspectives.

Ministry of Indigenous Affairs

Nevertheless

A website with articles and a podcast related to women in STEM! Currently, they have amazing posters of diverse women in STEM.

Nevertheless