SkeenaWild has developed several lesson plans which adhere to the tenets of British Columbia’s new curriculum standards – they are inquiry-based, place-based, promote experiential learning, provide descriptions of hands-on activities, and incorporate local Indigenous perspectives. These lesson plans provide educators with relevant background information, key definitions, suggested activities, and links to additional resources. detailed field journals, lost for decades, now reveal today’s salmon stocks are in dramatically worse shape than imagined.
Unit 1: Skeena Salmon
Unit 2: Exploring the Skeena Watershed
Lesson 2.1: What is a Watershed?
Lesson 2.2: My Watershed, My Home: Discover the Skeena Watershed
Lesson 2.3: Healthy Watershed, Healthy Salmon: Assessing Salmon Habitat (coming soon)
Unit 3: Salmon Struggles: Impacts, Threats and Solutions
Lesson 3.1: Climate Change & Skeena Salmon (coming soon)
Lesson 3.2: Consensus Decision Making: The Lakelse Sockeye Case Study
Unit 4: Cultural Connections
Lesson 4.1: First Peoples and Skeena Salmon (coming soon)