The Mistassini Crees: A Multi-Disciplinary Approach To Research And Journalism
Tenth graders investigate the aboriginal group of the Crees in Canada. They simulate the role of a journalist, investigating the evolution of the Crees society, watch a video, take notes, and write a synthesis paper.
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