Luke Bramer

Luke Bramer is a passionate theatre practitioner-educator who inspires young artists and brings communities together through dramatic performance and technical theatre, with a focus on social justice; assisting countless artists in developing professionalism and resilience. Luke currently works at Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board’s Audition-Based Program of the Arts, located at Glendale Secondary School.

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Introducing Indian Horse with the Tracks of My Life Project

Posted by Luke Bramer on February 27, 2018

Students love music so, when I tell my grade 11 College English classes that they are going to be creating CDs as their first project, students get excited. Inspired by Facing History’s approach to teaching about genocide, I started the “Tracks Of My Life Project” to engage students in exploring the concept of identity that is foundational to our first novel, Indian Horse by Richard Wagamese.

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Topics: Residential Schools, trc, Truth and Reconciliation, Indigenous History, English Classroom, Music, Identity, stolen lives

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