You have been invited to attend a native talking circle, but you must be prepared.  You have been chosen to offer suggestions about how the relationship between Natives and non-natives in your province can be improved.  You will prepare, as an outline, a number of "talking points", or notes, that you will use as the basis of your presentation.  Your suggestions should be carefully thought out so that all people can expect to gain from these proposals.
You have been invited to attend a native talking circle, but you must be prepared.  You have been chosen to offer suggestions about how the relationship between Natives and non-natives in your province can be improved.  You will prepare, as an outline, a number of "talking points", or notes, that you will use as the basis of your presentation.  Your suggestions should be carefully thought out so that all people can expect to gain from these proposals.

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Learning Objectives

Learners will analyse and evaluate the situation concerning the historical relationship between Native and non-native peoples, before preparing options for improving that relationship. 

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