We mentioned Canada. Third hour, Wednesday between ten and eleven o'clock. No extra Monday fatigue and no Friday impatience. Ideal situations. A brief movie clip in regards to the first nationsthe indigenous folks of Canada, and their precarious residing situations. Then a category dialogue with crucial vocabulary: oppression, discrimination, superiority. Almost a lesson lesson. My class pretended to have an interest within the matter and I pretended to imagine them. A win-win scenario. Until I threw out a principle: “When the whites came to Canada, the natives couldn't even work iron. And they hadn't invented the wheel or had horses, so they were Stone Age people. The British had firearms, steel knives and alcohol. In that sense, it's okay that the Indians gradually disappeared, isn't it?” “We don't say Indians anymore!” Emily shouted.