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Are You Smarter Than a 11 th Grader? 1,000,000 9th Grade Topic 1 10th Grade Topic 2 7th Grade Topic 3 8th Grade Topic 4 5th Grade Topic 5 6th Grade Topic.

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2 Are You Smarter Than a 11 th Grader?

3 1,000,000 9th Grade Topic 1 10th Grade Topic 2 7th Grade Topic 3 8th Grade Topic 4 5th Grade Topic 5 6th Grade Topic 6 3rd Grade Topic 7 4th Grade Topic 8 1st Grade Topic 9 2nd Grade Topic , , , ,000 50,000 25,000 10,000 5,000 2,000 1,000

4 9th Grade Topic 1 Question / Before 1960 what would aboriginal people have to give up to gain rights as a Canadian citizen ?

5 9th Grade Topic 1 Answer / Their Indian Status Return

6 10th Grade Topic 2 Question / Why was the creation of Nunavut an important step towards self government ?

7 10th Grade Topic 2 Answer / It showed that aboriginal land claims and self government will continue to be a powerful force for change into the 21 century. Return

8 7th Grade Topic 3 Question / Which aboriginal group was the first to receive self government ?

9 7th Grade Topic 3 Answer / The Nisga Return

10 8th Grade Topic 4 Question / What was the Oka confrontation

11 8th Grade Topic 4 Answer / The town council of Oka, Québec tried to build a golf course on sacred aboriginal land. The Mohawks fought back and won Return

12 5th Grade Topic 5 Question / What did Bill C-31 do?

13 5th Grade Topic 5 Answer / It amended the Indian Act, so Aboriginals had control of who was allowed onto their reserves / It changed the meaning of Indian Status / Ended discriminatory provisions of the Indian Act / It amended the Indian Act, so Aboriginals had control of who was allowed onto their reserves / It changed the meaning of Indian Status / Ended discriminatory provisions of the Indian Act Return

14 6th Grade Topic 6 Question / What did the white paper try to accomplish ?

15 6th Grade Topic 6 Answer / Wanted the Indian act to be repealed / Gave Aboriginals control of their land / Assimilated the first nations people into the Canadian population / Wanted the Indian act to be repealed / Gave Aboriginals control of their land / Assimilated the first nations people into the Canadian population Return

16 3rd Grade Topic 7 Question / What year were aboriginal people given the right to vote ?

17 3rd Grade Topic 7 Answer / 1960 Return

18 4th Grade Topic 8 Question / What was one advantage and one disadvantage of the Indian act ?

19 4th Grade Topic 8 Answer Dis : / Denied land / Denied right to vote / Give up status Indian / Outlawed pot laches / Lost status and benefits if lived if reserves Adv. : / Provided schools, Medicare, and hunting/ fishing rights / No income and sales tax only for those living on reserves and making below the poverty line. / Gave “Special Rights” to the Aboriginal peoples Dis : / Denied land / Denied right to vote / Give up status Indian / Outlawed pot laches / Lost status and benefits if lived if reserves Adv. : / Provided schools, Medicare, and hunting/ fishing rights / No income and sales tax only for those living on reserves and making below the poverty line. / Gave “Special Rights” to the Aboriginal peoples Return

20 1st Grade Topic 9 Question / When was Nunavut Created ?

21 1st Grade Topic 9 Answer / It was created in 1999 Return

22 2nd Grade Topic 10 Question / Who are the first Nations

23 2nd Grade Topic 10 Answer They were the original inhabitants of Canada Return

24 Million Dollar Question Grade Level Topic 11 / Paper

25 1,000,000 Question / Who wrote the Red paper?

26 1,000,000 Answer / The National Indian Brotherhood Return

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