A Teacher’s Guide to Student Inquiry


For Betty: The Helen Betty Osborne Story
by Connie Wyatt Anderson

Grade: for grade 9 to adult
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SKU: 978-1-55379-723-4 Categories: ,

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A Teacher’s Guide to Student Inquiry for the graphic novel Betty: The Helen Betty Osborne Story is a FREE resource. The guide provides support for utilizing Betty in high school social studies courses. It is meant to complement curricular outcomes pertaining to historical and contemporary Indigenous issues in Canada; Indigenous history; social justice and equality; and active citizenship.

In the guide, you will find:

  • ideas for using the book in the classroom
  • suggestions for teaching sensitive issues
  • guiding questions to encourage and guide discussions
  • theme-based options for further research-based student inquiry
  • suggested reading

Note: Given the sensitive nature of the content in Betty, it may not be suitable for all readers. It is recommended that Betty: The Helen Betty Osborne Story should be considered for students in Grade 9 or above.

1 review for A Teacher’s Guide to Student Inquiry

  1. Connie (verified owner)

    Excellent resource!

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