Series: Lesson Plans about Dr. Peter Bryce

By: Leticia Nadler

Leticia Nadler

Education Collaborator

Leticia lives in Edmonton, Alberta. She has worked as a K-12 French Immersion teacher and also as a curriculum consultant for Alberta Education. She now teaches college and university students while pursuing her doctoral studies in educational leadership at the Faculty of Education, University of Alberta. She has experience in developing learning materials that enhance students’ critical thinking skills.

This lesson plan series is designed to help teachers bring the Bryce@100 project into their classrooms. These interconnected lessons explore archival images and texts while developing content knowledge and analysis skills in reference to Dr. Peter Bryce, public health, residential schools and Indigenous Peoples.

Each lesson plan is accompanied by printable classroom materials and an evaluation grid.

We recommend these lesson plans especially for students in:

-Grade 6 and 7/Sec I in French
-Grade 7/Sec I and Grade 8/Sec II in French Immersion
-Grades 6 to 8/Sec II in Social Studies