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Thesis: The imposition of residential schools on First Nations children has led to significant loss of indigenous languages, and this language loss has led to further cultural losses for traditional First Nations cultures in Canada.
Residential Schools in Canada Before the nineteenth century, the Aboriginal people had their own way of teaching the children in their community, through organic education. In addition to providing knowledge and skills, organic education kept their culture alive (Ravelli & Webber, pg. ).
A Residential School Legacy From the late s to the s, more than , First Nations children in Canada attended residential schools (Llewellyn, , p. ).2 To attend these schools, children were taken away from their families and communities. The last Residential school to close was La Tuque Indian Residential School, located in La Tuque, Quebec. This school opened in and closed in These schools, run by religious people, were not a choice for Native Canadians.3/5(5).
Sample Detailed Essay Outline: Residential Schools same school (Knockwood, , p. ) b. Freda Simon, tells of arriving at a residential school to find that her sister, who had been taken to the school two years. Early residential schools were similar to religious missions. Later, the mission-run schools were administered jointly by Canadian churches and the federal government, and for a number of years, residential schools became official .