1. Students will gain a more detailed understanding of the federal government’s assimilationist policies in the early twentieth century.
  2. Students will learn something of the participation of Indigenous soldiers in the First and Second World Wars and about the renewed activism that the participation gave rise to.
  3. Students will gain insights into localized resistance movements, including those of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy and the Métis.
  4. Students will learn about how Indigenous leaders sought the support of other nations in their conflicts with Canada.
  5. Students will learn about the efforts to give Indigenous people greater control over Indigenous education.
  6. Students will understand the key differences between the Hawthorn Report and the White Paper.
  7. Students will understand the Sixties Scoop.
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