Unit One B Week Ten: Canadian Scandal Lesson 2.14 Complete the following tasks, record your responses on this document, submit the document (as an attachment) via Blackboard. You will need more space to record your answers; keep typing and the space will expand. The tragic legacy of the Canadian residential school system has had generational impact on First Nations and Metis people. In this lesson, you will listen to and read the true and graphic story of one Saskatchewan residential school survivor. Please be advised that the author describes scenes of sexual abuse and molestation. During Comprehending and Responding1.As you listen to and read The Education of Augie Merasty, keep in mind what David Carpenter and Arlene Merasty shared about Augie (Lesson 2.13).2.As you listen to and read this non-fiction book, you will complete three connection journals, noting how this non-fiction text connects to other texts you have viewed, listened to, and read (including texts you have experienced in this course); how this book connects to you; and how this text connects to the currentevents in the world.**--Connection Journal 1 – Chapters One to Three, pages 1 to 21Connection Journal 2 – Chapters Four to Six, pages 23 to 40Connection Journal 3 – Chapters Seven to Nine and Conclusion, pages 41 to 64.3.Now, listen to and read chapters one to three of The Education of Augie Merasty and complete the first connection journal.Connection Journal 1: Chapters One to Three, pages 1 to 21What Does the Text Say?Select a passage; it may be a sentence, several sentences, or a paragraph. Write the passage in the space provided.Provide the page number of the passage.What Are the Connections? Provide a thoughtful, detailed explanation of the connection (approximately 100 words or more).
Passage 1How Does the Text Connect/Relate to You? Explain how the passage you have selected relates to you personally (e.g., your life, your experiences, your family, your job, your interests, etc.)Chapter 1 page 7