Bibliographie

Blondin, George. Yamoria the Lawmaker: Stories of the Dene. Edmonton: Newest Publishers, 1997. Heine, Michael. 1999.

Byron through the Seasons: A Dene-English Story Book. Written by the children of La Loche and friends. Saskatoon, Sask.: Fifth House and La Loche Library Board, 1990. Produced by students and teachers in LaLoche, this attractive resource highlights aspects of Dene culture that were vital in the past and are still important today.

Campbell, Marjorie Wilkins, Nor'westers: The Fight for the Fur Trade. Tandem Library, 2003.

Dene Games. A Culture and Resource Manual. Traditional Aboriginal Sport Coaching Resources. Vol. 1. Yellowknife, NT: Sport North Federation.

Farrell-Racette, Sherry. The Flower Beadwork People. Saskatoon: Gabriel Dumont Institute, 1991. Métis Peoples origins and their past and present lifestyles. Bold colour illustrations show homes, celebrations, clothing and occupations past and present.

Farnham, Katherine. Beaver, Beads and Pemmican: Canada's Fur Traders. Canadian Social Sciences Ltd., 1987. The book provides a chronological, textbook style look at the fur trade as it occurred across Canada. It features maps, drawings and archival photos.

Hall, Judy, Tepper, Leslie and Thompson, Judy. Threads of the Land: Clothing Traditions from Three Indigenous Cultures. Hull : Musée canadien des civilisations, 1994.

Love, Ann and Drake, Jane. Kids Book of the Far North. Toronto: Kids Can Press, 2000.

Thompson, Judy. From the Land: Two Hundred Years of Dene Clothing. Hull, Québec : Musée canadien des civilisations, 1994.

Sites Web :

La traite des fourrures :

www.ainc-inac.gcww - cliquez sur Education, the Kid’s Stop under ‘Information’

www.civilization.ca - rechercher « traite des fourrures »

http://www.hbc.com/hbcheritage/learning/explorers/

www.pc.gc.ca/yorkfactory

www.pc.gc.ca/rockymountainhouse

www.pc.gc.ca/fortgarry

www.pc.gc.ca/stjames

www.pc.gc.ca/fur

Dénés :

http://www.civilization.ca/aborig/threads/thred10e.html.ca

http://epe.lac-bac.gc.ca/100/205/301/ic/cdc/old_crow/index.html

http://www.ece.gov.nt.ca/Divisions/kindergarten_g12/Legends/Legends_Index.htm

Questions contemporaines :

http://www.firstnationsdrum.com/history/fall98_hist1.htm

http://www.deline.ca/claims/index.html

http://www.dominionpaper.ca/canadian_news/2006/05/08/dene_tha_t.html

Animaux de la forêt boréale :

http://www.cdli.ca/CITE/boreal_forest_animals.htm

Il est fortement recommandé aux enseignants de se référer au manuel des enseignants portant sur les Déné Kede (Dene Kede Teacher’s Manual, proposé en anglais) pour de plus amples renseignements sur le sujet et pour prendre connaissance de la perspective dénée :

Dene Kede — Education: A Dene Perspective, Dene Kede Curriculum Guide. Yellowknife: Northwest Territories Education Development Branch, 2003.

http://www.ece.gov.nt.ca/Divisions/kindergarten_g12/curriculum/Dene%20Kede%20Curriculum%20Document/Dene%20Kede%20Teacher%20Resorce%20Manual.pdf

D’excellents renseignements pour la constitution d’un programme d’apprentissage jumelé, ainsi que des informations sur des thèmes en rapport avec ce module, sont aussi disponibles (en anglais) à :

http://www.ece.gov.nt.ca/Divisions/kindergarten_g12/curriculum/Dene%20Kede%20Curriculum%20Document/Thematic_Units_intro.htm