Éveil aux langues, justice sociale et réconciliation avec les peuples Autochtones : aperçu d’une recherche menée dans le contexte ouest-canadien

Authors

  • Eva Lemaire University of Alberta

Keywords:

Indigenous, language awareness, reconciliation, social justice

Abstract

This article explores possible connections between language awareness and Indigenous pedagogy to familiarize Francophone students in Western Canada with the ancestral languages spoken by Métis people, one of three Indigenous peoples recognized by Canada; in order to educate about reconciliation and social justice. After briefly explaining the social and educational context, I will develop the pedagogical approach adopted, in collaboration with the Métis community and with teachers; and I will present some examples of classroom activities specifically aimed at educating students to Indigenous realities and contemporary societal issues, beyond the languages introduced.

 

Published

2021-04-28

How to Cite

Lemaire, E. (2021). Éveil aux langues, justice sociale et réconciliation avec les peuples Autochtones : aperçu d’une recherche menée dans le contexte ouest-canadien. Babylonia Journal of Language Education, 1, 40–46. Retrieved from https://babylonia.online/index.php/babylonia/article/view/63