Artist: Red Sky Performance
Though only a simple wooden fence separates Calvin on his ranch, and Speck on her reservation, they may as well live an ocean apart – that is, until a wild horse named Mistatim turns their worlds upside down. Witness the power of friendship in an unforgettable story of reconciliation under the wide prairie sky.
Mistatim is a coming of age story of two young people, one torn by the expectations of his father, the other, struggling with the impact of residential schools on her community.
Discover and Explore: experiment with language and forms, oral texts
Use Strategies and Cues: structure, inferences
Respond to Texts: narrative, dramatic performance
Construct Meaning from Texts: characters, events, setting, human nature, themes
Appreciate Artistry of Texts
Understand Forms, Elements, and Techniques: structure, events, settings, narrator,
point of view, plot development, sound, text, and image combinations.
Grade One: Needs of Animals and Plants UnitSocial Studies:
Culture and Community /Identity / Citizenship /Aboriginal Studies
First Nations perspectives, histories, and cultures
Multiple points of view, cultures, and communities
Communities in Canada
Land, places, people
Wednesday, May 23 - 12:30pm