Watch the three videos-attached below: Africville, Rap in Canada, and Jean Augustine
Describe the connections made between the young person in the video and the history they presented.
b) Was this story familiar? Have you heard of it? In what ways do you feel the education system is responsible for our knowing or not knowing of important figures/events in Canadian Black History?
c) These stories connect present-day Black Canadian lives with people and events in Black Canadian history. What is the significance of these connections? Why is this history important for everyone to learn?
A)Negative communication is a conspicuous disagreement between parents and young people especially when it comes to historical tales. Therefore, in the video, the young person was not really aware of the categorical frameworks of the history she presented.
b) Yes the story was familiar and I have ever had of it. The highest performing education systems are the ones that combine quality and equity. Hence, reliable resources and the manner in which they are utilized influence the student's ability to lean Canadian black history.
c) The connections are important since they aid to keep in mind when in considering the claims that schools are now 'getting worse. 'In several cases, this has helped many people to understand that school challenges and expectations have changed quite dramatically over time, especially in Canada.