2010 Aboriginal Education Survey, Secondary (Grades 8-12)

School District 51

1)* What grade are you in?
 

2)* What school do you attend?
 

3)* In Canada "Aboriginal" includes which of the following groups
  Metis
First Nations
Inuit
All of the above


4)* People with Aboriginal heritage make up approximately what percentage of the population of our school district?
  0 %
5%
20%
50%


5)*  I have learned about Aboriginal culture from: (Check all that apply.)
  school
family
community
media (TV, video, books, magazines, etc.)
peers
music
dance
attending Aboriginal events
other


6)* I have Aboriginal heritage.
  Yes
No


7)* Historically the First Nations people that occupied the Boundary area were:
  Haida, Shushwap, and Metis
Cree, Siksika, and Mohawk
Sinixt, Ktunaxa, and Okanagan


8)* Which historical leader is associated with the Metis people?
  Tecumseh
Louis Riel
Poundmaker
Jacques Cartier


9)* Pemmican is made from
  flour and water
meat, berries and fat
dried fish
roots and bark


10)* Traditional Aboriginal foods in the Boundary include:
  salmon, deer, berries
salmon, abalone, oolichan
pineapple, beans, oranges
caribou, seal, char


11)* The number 4 is significant to Aboriginal culture for all BUT one reason:
  4 directions
4 seasons
4 races
All of the above


12)* Which is NOT a culturally significant objects from our area:
  drums
talking sticks
button blankets
rattles


13)* Aboriginal rock paintings (pictographs) in our area can be found
  at Christina Lake
near Rock Creek
at the top of Mount Baldy
at Phoenix


14)* I have learned about Aboriginal people/culture in the following classes during this school year: (check all that apply.)
  Social Studies/History
English/Language Arts
Science
Math
Art/ Music/Dance
Physical Education
Practical Arts/Technology
First Nations Studies
Other


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