Canadian francophone minorities have had to overcome a number of obstacles to claim their linguistic rights. The Fight for Francophone Rights takes you to a variety of regions across the country where speaking French is a daily battle.
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Symbolic thinking is an important skill. Through this beautiful and moving story, students discover how simple objects such as birds or shoes can be used symbolically to represent civil war and learn about the lasting effects of this type of conflict.
The Faith Project is a timely resource for teachers who wish to cultivate understanding of faith communities through the development of media literacy skills. The film-based documentary project enables students to explore prayer and ritual in the modern world through the lenses of seven traditions.
Films are wonderful civic education tools. They awaken our curiosity and sharpen our analytical skills. Introduce your students to the art of debate with NFB Films.
Teachers can play an essential role in the development of resilience in children by influencing and nurturing the development of skills, attitudes and strategies. Help students turn the stresses of life into opportunities and build resilience with Me and My Moulton.
Using NFB films, discuss some of the challenges that cultural diversity may play in everyday life for students.
Reflect upon the birth of shopping with your students through the « Big Six » historical thinking concepts.
Download the Primal study guide designed to guide teachers in the discovery of the scream, a fundamental form of human expression that has often been under-valued or suppressed.
Educators: how can you develop a classroom culture based on trust? Discover an animated short film that can be used as a pedagogical tool.
Get to know CAMPUS, your online streaming room of digital education content. Educators: you may have a subscription through your school board, and you might not even know it! Find out more in this post.
Literacy through Film: Using Media as an Outlet for Social Change Have you ever seen an advertisement and thought, what is that for?, or how did they come up with...
Discover a trove of entertaining and enriching NFB resources to help teachers teach and students learn.