Shinchi's Canoe



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  • Kindle Edition
  • 27 pages
  • Shinchi's Canoe
  • Nicola I. Campbell
  • French
  • 05 March 2017

10 thoughts on “Shinchi's Canoe

  1. says:

    This story is a about a girl and her brother who are sent to a residential school for Native American children in Canada Like the residential schools for Native Americans in the U.S., these schools were designed to Americanize the children, separating them from their families, language, and culture Campbell takes the children from their home on the reservation to their journey to school in the fall, through their months of separation, loneliness, cold, and hunger, to the summer, when they can finally go home to their parents Unfortunately, the emotional trauma which one would expect these children to experience, was superficially described, though the reader can certainly imagine how they must have felt The story does provide a good introduction to what life was like at these schools I wish this had been made into a novel, told from alternating points of view between Shi shi etko and her brother, so that their thoughts and feelings could ...

  2. says:

    In this follow up to her earlier Shi shi etko , children s author Nicola I Campbell, who is of Interior Salish and Metis descent, returns to the residential school experience of Canada s First Nations peoples a heartbreaking process in which native children were forcibly removed from their homes and families, and placed in abusive church run boarding schools As Shi Shi etko prepares to return to school for her second year, her younger brother Shinchi must confront his own first year away, and his impending separation from his family Riding to school in a dusty cattle truck, he is reminded by his elder sister of the things he must always remember, and, once at school where they are not permitted to speak to one another given a little canoe to remind him of home, and of their people s traditionsUnlike the previous title, which confined itself to Shi shi etko s experiences leading up to her removal from home, Shin chi s Canoe actually follows the children to school itself, gently setting out some very un gentle realities The inhumane practices of such institutions the fact that the children were punished for sp...

  3. says:

    Shin chi s Canoe was written by Nicola I Campbell and illustrated by Kim LaFave The book was published in 2008 by Groundwood Books This text tells the story of a sister, Shi shi etko, and a brother, Shin chi, who leave their families to attend a church run boarding school Attending the school was required by law and meant the children would not have contact with their families again until summer At the Indian residential school, the children would be taught European culture, and would not be allowed to have any links to their home lives including speaking in their native language, being called by non European names, or speaking to siblings also attending the school Shi shi etko and her family try to prepare Shin chi for his first year at the school, even though they do not want to be separated from each other Shin chi tries to cope with the harsh realities of school life, but turns to his memories of home for comfort when he feels overwhelmed Shin chi eventually makes a friend and learns how to survive away from home until he is reunited with his family Shin chi s Canoe explicitly educates readers about the hardships faced by Native families who were forced to send their children to boarding school The text begins with an author s note, detailing the history behind these schools and explaining some of the experiences children had at these schools Nicola Campbell makes clear the emotional and cultural de...

  4. says:

    The book, Shin chi s Canoe by Nicola I Campbell, was a really great historical fiction book about the Indian reservation camps, how harshly Indians in America were treated in the past, and about the Indian residential schools that children in the Indian communities were required to go to separating the children from their families This book really reflected on important aspects of American history regarding American Indians therefore, I think it would be extremely appropriate to use for fifth grade, since they are learning about American history in social studies, but it would also be appropriate for third and fourth graders I believe that one way in which this text could be used in a classroom setting is to introduce a social studies lesson about Indians in American history It would be a great read aloud to do as an engage or hook for a lesson Another way it could be used is for a reading lesson on making text to text connections For example, you could read aloud a biography or informational text about Indians in American history to the class, then have them read Shin chi s Canoe and make connections about things that actually occurred during the time, and things ...

  5. says:

    Shin chi s Canoe is a direct sequel of Shi shi etko The art is just as beautiful as in the first book, and the story is just as beautiful as well We get to see Shi shi etko now attending residential school, her younger brother Shin chi at her side These books are a beautiful introduction to a horrific topic, wit...

  6. says:

    Beautiful story about a boy who has to go to reservation school and his dad gives him a canoe Explains in a kid friendly way some of the realities of reservation schools.

  7. says:

    A Native older sister prepares her little brother to start at a white school by teaching him to retain his heritage and culture.

  8. says:

    Shinchi s Canoe tells about Native American s schooling in the 1800s It shows how students were able to cope with being taken from their families with the assistance of nature.

  9. says:

    Beautiful poetic language Important topic I liked the front matter and the repetition of phrasing throughout the narrative was well executed.

  10. says:

    My kids only made it three pages into this one before it just made them too sad to continue This is actually a really well told, age appropriate introduction to the horror of what was done to indigenous peopl...

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