Teacher Guide for A Girl Called Echo Learning About the History and Culture of the Métis Nation in Grades 6–8 By Reuben Boulette Series: A Girl Called Echo Imprint: Portage & Main Press Categories: Education, Social Science, History, Social Science, Indigenous Studies Show edition details Softcover, coil bound : 9781774920190, 80 pages, May 2022 Ebook (PDF) : 9781774920060, 80 pages, July 2022 Softcover, coil bound $25.95 Ebook (PDF) $21.00 View Table of Contents Read Excerpt Share: Table of contents ContentsIntroduction Lesson: Who are the Métis People? Who are the Métis People? – Article Mini-Research Project A Girl Called Echo Volume 1: Pemmican Wars Pre-reading Activity The Métis Buffalo Hunt – Article The Victory at Frog Plains – Article Comprehension Questions Mini-Project: Echo’s Playlist A Girl Called Echo Volume 2: Red River Resistance Pre-Reading Activity Red River Resistance – Article Comprehension Questions Mini-Project: Echo’s Character Sketch A Girl Called Echo Volume 3: Northwest Resistance Pre-reading Activity Northwest Resistance – Article Comprehension Questions Mini Project: Echo’s Journal A Girl Called Echo Volume 4: Road Allowance Era Pre-reading Activity Rooster Town – Article Comprehension Questions A Girl Called Echo Final Project Related Media Explore the history and culture of the Métis Nation with your students using the A Girl Called Echo series and this accompanying teacher guide. Description The A Girl Called Echo series tells the story of Métis teenager Echo Desjardins, who is struggling to adjust to a new school and a new home. Readers follow Echo as she travels through time and experiences pivotal events from Métis history, gains new perspectives about where she came from, and imagines what the future might hold. Written by Anishinaabe educator Reuben Boulette, the Teacher Guide for A Girl Called Echo includes lesson plans specific to each book in the A Girl Called Echo series original articles outlining the history of the Métis Nation and their fight for sovereignty in-depth reading activities that engage students’ critical thinking skills activities that introduce students to the critical study of graphic novels and sequential art This teacher guide will engage students’ understanding of Métis history and culture and encourage reflection on the importance of learning Indigenous histories.