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  1. Ball, J., & Simpkins, M. (2004). The Community within the Child: Integration of Indigenous Knowledge into First Nations Childcare Process and Practice. American Indian Quarterly, 28(3/4), 480–498.

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  4. Coulthard, C. (2017). Finding the voice of the early author: The impact of a self-authoring program among first nations, métis, and inuit preschool children and families (Order No. 10634692). Available from Dissertations & Theses @ University of Toronto; ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global. (1999334398).

  5. Hume, S., Rutman, D., & Hubberstey, C. (2006). Language Nest Evaluation Report.

  6. Lavoie, C., Mark, M., & Jenniss, B. (2014). Indigenizing vocabulary teaching: An example of multiliteracies pedagogy from unamen shipu. Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education, 8(4), 207-222.

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  8. Usborne, E., Peck, J., Smith, D., Taylor, D. M. (2011). Learning through an Aboriginal Language: The Impact on Students' English and Aboriginal Language Skills. Canadian Journal of Education, 3(4), 200-215.


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