The Treaty Game Show
Teaching Treaties in the Classroom
Grade 4
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The content used in
this game is based on
the Teaching Treaties
in the Classroom:
Themes and Topics for
Grade 4.
Grade 4
Major Theme: The Indian Act of 1876
Was Not Part of Treaty
Theme
Topics
Relationships
The Indian Act of 1876
Traditional
Teachings
The First Nations’ Traditional Teachings
and Languages are Suppressed
History
The First Nations’ Traditional Lifestyles
Change
Treaties
Unfulfilled Treaty Promises
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Instructions
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or $400 question from one of the four categories.
• Read the question and choose the answer by clicking
on one of the choices.
• By clicking on the choice you will find out if you are
correct or incorrect.
• On the Correct or Incorrect slide choose the Quit,
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The Indian
Act of 1876
The First Nations’
Traditional Teachings
and Languages Are
Suppressed
First Nations’
Traditional Lifestyles
Change
Unfulfilled Treaty
Promises
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This act created Canada
A - The Indian Act of 1876
B - The British North America Act of 1867
C - The Royal Proclamation of 1763
D - The Canada Act of 1867
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First Nations children were forced to go to
these schools
A - Public
B - Day
C - Elementary
D - Residential
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This act determined the membership on
First Nations reserves
A - Indian Citizen Act of 1857
B - Indian Act of 1876
C - Indian Membership Act of 1874
D - Indian Department Act of 1875
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First Nations people believe that the treaty
promises made by British Crown
A - Have been fulfilled
B - Have been honoured
C - Have not been fulfilled
D - Have been fully implemented
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This act controlled the daily lives of First
Nations people
A - The British North America Act of 1867
B - The First Nations Act of 1876
C - The Indian Act of 1876
D - The Constitution Act 1982
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Children could not do this in residential
schools
A - Speak their First Nation’s language
B - Speak the English language
C - Learn to read
D - Learn to do math
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Bill C31 was passed in 1985 to reinstate
Indian status to
A - First Nations women who married
non-First Nations men
B - Young First Nations men
C - First Nations men who married
non-First Nations women
D - Non-First Nations children and their
parents
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All Saskatchewan citizens have a
responsibility to
A – Ignore the treaty relationship
B – Forget about the treaty relationship
C – Uphold the treaty relationship
D – Change the treaty relationship
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This was not part of the Treaties between
First Nations and the British Crown
A - The Indian Act of 1876
B - The Medicine Chest
C - The Reserve System
D - Farming Assistance
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The purpose of residential schools was to
A - Make First Nations children happy
B - Civilize and Christianize First Nations’
children
C - Civilize and Christianize the non-First
Nations children
D - Promote First Nations languages and
cultures
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What replaced First Nations’ traditional
leadership in First Nations’ communities
A - Appointment of leadership
B - Heredity leadership
C - Appointment of women
D - Mandatory elections every two years
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The treaties areas in what is now
Saskatchewan are
A - Treaty 4, 5, 6 8, 9, and 10
B - Treaty 4, 5,6, 7,8, and 10
C - Treaty 4, 6, 7, 8, and 10
D - Treaty 2, 4 , 5, 6, 8 and 10
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First Nations people needed this to leave
the reserve
A - A permit
B - A pass
C - A passport
D - A letter
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Residential schools were managed by
A - Politicians
B - Teachers
C - Farmers
D - Churches
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The Indian Act continues to
A - Have negative effects on generations
of First Nations people
B - Make generations of First Nations
people happy
C - Make generations of non-First Nations
people happy
D - Make generations of First Nations
people live off the land
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Treaty Land Entitlement claims are for
A - Land owed to First Nations people
according to treaty promises
B - Land First Nations people want to
purchase
C - Land non-First Nations want to
purchase
D - Land given to the First Nations people
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Office of the Treaty Commissioner
Bay 215-2553 Grasswood Rd East
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
S7T 1C8
Phone: 306-244-2100
Fax: 306-667-5654
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