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treaty millionaire challenge

Treaty Millionaire Challenge

Teaching Treaties in the Classroom

Grade 5

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The content used in this game is based on the Teaching Treaties in the Classroom: Themes and Topics for Grade 5.

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$1000000

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The Prizes

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The Indian Act continues to control many aspects of the lives of

  • A - The Canadian people

B - The British people

  • C - The First Nations people
  • D - The Métis people
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The British Crown (now the Canadian Government) used the Indian Act to

A - Civilize the newcomers

B - Colonize and civilize the American

people

  • C - Colonize First Nations people and
  • the newcomers

D - Colonize and assimilate First

Nations people

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Some effects of colonization are

  • A - Suppression of languages and
  • cultures of an indigenous race

B - Suppression of languages and

cultures of the colonizers

  • C - Equality, justice and peace for all
  • D - Positive relations between cultures
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A purpose of residential schools in Saskatchewan was the

  • A - Suppression of First Nations’
  • languages

B - Suppression of the French language

  • C - Suppression of the English language
  • D - Suppression of the Spanish language
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On June 11, 2008 the Government of Canada made a public apology to

  • A - First Nations children attending provincial schools

B - The newcomers

  • C - Indian Agents
  • D - First Nations residential school survivors
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Residential schools had many

  • A - Positive experiences for First Nations children

B - First Nations parents helping in the schools

  • C - Fun times with great teachers
  • D - Negative experiences for First Nations children
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Prior to the arrival of the newcomers, First Nations were

  • A - One nation with only English language speakers

B - Sovereign nations with their own laws and social order

  • C - Nations with no economic means of making a living
  • D - Nations of Métis people
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A number of First Nations exist in Saskatchewan today, they are

  • A - Cree, Dene, Saulteaux and Nakota

B - Cree, Dene, Saulteaux, Dakota, Lakota and Nakota

  • C - Cree, Saulteaux and Dakota
  • D - Cree, Lakota and Dene
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The political organization representing First Nations in Saskatchewan today is

  • A - The Assembly of Independent Nations
  • B - The Federation of Indian Nations
  • C - The Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations
  • D - The Federation of Saskatchewan Indians
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All Saskatchewan citizens are

  • A - English people
  • B - First Nations people
  • C - French people
  • D - Treaty people
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Five treaties were agreed to in Saskatchewan between

  • A - 1867 and 1876
  • B - 1874 and 1906
  • C - 1874 and 1899
  • D - 1874 and 1905
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The treaty relationship envisioned was for the newcomers and First Nations to

  • A - Live together in harmony with one another

B - Live together on reserves

  • C - Live without peace and friendship
  • D - Live without one another
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Office of the Treaty CommissionerBay 215-2553 Grasswood Rd EastSaskatoon, SaskatchewanS7T 1C8

Phone: 306-244-2100Fax: 306-667-5654

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