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  • ISBN: 978-0-86491-252-7
  • Pages: 184
  • Publication year: 2002
  • Sample lesson/chapter
  • Format


  • Audience


  • Type of resource


  • Subject area

    Social studies

  • Targeted grade range

    Intermediate (4-6)

  • Series

    Critical Challenges Across the Curriculum

  • Language


The Resourcefulness of the Inuit

Author(s): Amy Tang, Barbara Daniels, Jane Phillips, Karen Duncan, Kathryn Clark, Kim Needham, Leona E Kyrytow, Mary-Lynn Epps, Micky Cole, Patricia Finlay, Terrill MacDonald, Tom King, Wendy Amy
Publisher(s): Co-published by The Critical Thinking Consortium and Ministry of Education, British Columbia

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As they engage in several critical thinking challenges, students celebrate the cultural uniqueness and resourcefulness of the Inuit both past and present.

I want to congratulate you on the excellence of the TC² resources. I love the Inuit book for grade four and so do my grade fours!!! We are well into it. It is beautifully put together and has made teaching social studies a real pleasure. It is wonderful to have all the resources, pictures, and assessment in one book… Abbortsford teachers are very excited about the resources and good for you for giving us something that is excellent in every aspect!

—Grade 4 teacher, Abbotsford, BC

I observed the "Survival in the Arctic" critical challenge today. In an empty classroom, the student teacher had set up a General Store with actual items one would need in order to survive in the Arctic. The kids had to shop for what they judged to be necessary for survival using a budget of $500.00. You could see the sparkle in the students' eyes and almost hear the gears turning in their brains as they weighed their decisions.

—Faculty Associate, Simon Fraser University

Ministry approvals

This title is Ministry approved for use in the following subjects, grade levels and provinces: Social Studies: 4 (Manitoba)