The Grandfather of Respect

The Grandfather of Respect

Overall Expectations:

Identity:

  • Demonstrate understanding of traditional Aboriginal forms of expression and their influence on the portrayal of Aboriginal identity in contemporary art forms.

 

Specific Expectations:

Identity:

By the end of this course, students will:

  • Describe the specific characteristics that define cultural identity (e.g., language, customs, teachings)
  • Identify characteristics of art forms (e.g., storytelling, songs,) from various Indigenous groups in Canada.
  • Explain the creation of Indigenous art forms as a way of maintaining the values, traditions, and beliefs of particular communities.

 

Overall Expectations:

Identity:

  • Demonstrate understanding of traditional Aboriginal forms of expression and their influence on the portrayal of Aboriginal identity in contemporary art forms.

 

Specific Expectations:

Identity:

By the end of this course, students will:

  • Describe the specific characteristics that define cultural identity (e.g., language, customs, teachings)
  • Identify characteristics of art forms (e.g., storytelling, songs,) from various Indigenous groups in Canada.
  • Explain the creation of Indigenous art forms as a way of maintaining the values, traditions, and beliefs of particular communities.
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C$29.99Price
 

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