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Title: Arriving at Indigenous Knowledges : Decolonial Approaches for English Language Learners (ELL)
Authors: Wang, Phoebe
Majeed, Michelle
Holmes, Natasha
Reynolds, Adrienne
Bahavar, Sanam
Brancato, Emilie
Freeman, Travis
Carpenter, Sandy
Leroux, Bernard
Pigeon, Julie
Chu, Sarah
Keywords: English Language Learners (ELL)
Decolonization
Indigenous Knowledges
Issue Date: 28-Feb-2022
Publisher: Faculty & Curriculum Development Centre and Writing & Learning Centre, OCAD University
Abstract: This 4-part asynchronous online course is for domestic and international ELL students entering or currently enrolled in post-secondary studies and will prepare them for learning about Canadian and Indigenous histories and concepts that they may encounter in their programs. Through recorded interviews and presentations, this course will introduce students to Indigenous knowledge keepers, writers, artists, designers, and creators. This course will provide vocabulary, reading, writing, speaking and listening strategies adapted to an intermediate to low-advanced level of English fluency. It will also give strategies for addressing the emotional and spiritual challenges that accompany this learning journey, including assignments and activities for students to explore their own identities, intersectional and anti-racist perspectives, and connections to globalized movements of decolonization. Students will be provided with resources to support their ongoing learning that will emphasize their roles and responsibilities towards building good relations and reconciliation.
URI: https://openlibrary-repo.ecampusontario.ca/jspui/handle/123456789/1419
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