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  • 1960s American Culture and Identity 

    Chan, Erica; Furlano, Jessica; Khorsandi, Alexia (2017-05-09)
    This unit explores the changes in American identity through investigating the racial and social issues of the time. Focusing on the Civil Rights Movement and Black Culture, students will learn about the changes in culture, ...
  • POST-WORLD WAR II CANADA 

    Forndran, Sean; McGugan, Camilla; Woo, Mandy (2017-05-09)
    The post war era was a time of monumental change within Canada. As the dust of World War II settled, Canada found itself in a position wherein it could finally create a unique identity on the international stage. This unit ...
  • THE POST-WAR PERIOD AND THE LONG 1960s 

    Tejpal, Shawna; Dillon, Shannon; Sheffield, Nicole; Potvin, Dara (2017-05-09)
    The following unit plan will explore the complex and diverse elements of The Post-War Period and the Long 1960s, specifically between 1944 and 1974. Our group chose to focus on this era because it was a time of change for ...
  • “Challenging Canadian Identity” 

    Rogers, Shannon; Clancy, Erin; Maxwell, Leah; Thomas, Joshua (2017-05-09)
    We chose the curriculum unit of 1982-Present in the Grade 10 Introduction to Canadian History course because it is often one that we have seen neglected in our experience as students and Teacher Candidates. Since the ...
  • French Revolution: Liberté, égalité, fraternité 

    Andrejciw, Randall; Billings, Dylan; Christensen, Nicole; Mendelson, Sarah (2017-05-09)
    This unit plan is designed as a part of the grade twelve academic course, “World History Since the Fifteenth Century.” This unit discusses the French Revolution, from the problems of Louis XIV’s reign that contributed ...
  • French Revolution Unit Plan 

    Kinsman, Katie; Hummel, Anni; Franco, Erika; Sylvester, Morgan (2017-05-09)
    Though global exploration brought great economic and demographic changes to Europe, the centuries-old feudal social structure that had reigned during the Middle Ages largely remained in place. By the late 18th century, ...
  • Is Canada a Peacekeeping Nation? A Resource for History Teachers 

    Cressman, Abbey; Carter, Mark; MacNeil, Sarah (2017-05-09)
    Inspired by Canada’s 150th anniversary, we want our students to question and unpack commonly understood tenets of Canadian identity, in particular our national reputation as a peacekeeping country. Our intention is also ...
  • The Chaos of Conflict in Ancient Civilizations 

    Hoare, Graeme (2017-04-27)
    This document is a series of lessons to be taught in Grade 11 Ancient Civilizations courses. These lessons are specifically focussed on times of conflict between civilizations, including the Greco-Persian Wars, the Punic ...
  • 4 Lesson Resource Pack: World History Since the Fifteenth Century 

    Tobin, Emily; Schneider, Joe; Carter, Mark (2017-03-17)
    The Social, Political and Economic Contexts in First Half of the Twentieth Century viewed through the Complex Alliance Systems of WWI, the Rise of Anti-Semitic Propaganda in Nazi Germany, The Cold War – A Divided World, ...
  • Resource Pack: Examining History through the Big 6 

    Rogers, Shannon; Clancy, Erin; Thomas, Joshua (2017-03-17)
    This resource pack examines social, economic and political events and development in the time period between 1914 and 1929. It specifically explored the events surrounding the concept of continuity and change through buying ...
  • Historical events 1929-1945: the stock market crash, women during WW2, Japanese Internment and the Holocaust. 

    Clyde, Marina; Dillon, Shannon; McCloskey, Quinn (2017-03-13)
    This resource pack analyzes a few of the historical events occurring during 1929-1945 using continuity and change, cause and consequence, historical significance and historical perspectives. These four lessons attempt ...
  • American History, 1877-1945 

    Houghton, Lexie; Jones, Courtney; Kinsman, Katie (2017-03-13)
    This resource package explores American History from 1877-1945, with a specific focus on curriculum strand D.2 Communities Conflict and Cooperation. Each lesson focuses on a specific expectation and covers the topics of ...
  • Canadians (1929-1945): Hard Times, Hardships, and Hard Choices: Bringing Historical Thinking Skills into Ontario Classrooms 

    Maxwell, Leah; Somerville, Heather (2017-03-13)
    This resource pack relies heavily on primary source materials to describe economic, social, and political events in Canada from 1929 - 1945. Student will assess the impact of these event on different Canadian groups in the period.
  • SOCIAL, CULTURAL AND POLITICAL DEVELOPMENTS 1945-1950 

    Fawcett, Andrew; Andrejciw, Randall; Panagiotou, Nik (2017-03-13)
    Students will learn how the chain of events in American history in the post-World War II period were caused by and contributed to each other. The overall goal of this lesson is that students will gain an appreciation of ...
  • Circumstances of Evil: Hitler and the Road to World War II 

    MacNeil, Sarah; Furlano, Jessica (2017-03-13)
    Our objective is to introduce students to the preconditions of World War II in a thought-provoking manner. Using inquiry based activities within our lessons, we gradually allow for students to develop a deeper understanding ...
  • The Quiet Revolution 

    Farmer Lacombe, Benjamin; Sloane, Emily (2017-03-13)
    This resource pack contains four lesson plans all dealing with the Quiet Revolution. Each lesson is focused on a specific historical thinking concept from Peter Seixas and Tom Morton’s The Big Six in Historical Thinking. ...
  • Canada’s Great Depression 

    Farquhar, Sara; Gorzen, Jan; Sheffield, Nicole (2017-03-13)
    These lessons will touch on various aspects of the Great Depression and its effects on Canada including the cause of the stock market crash, the perspectives of the different people affected, and the ways that this ...
  • Exploring Canadian History from WWI until 1929 

    Labine, Emily; O'Krafka, Laura; Khorsandi, Alexia (2017-03-13)
    This resource pack focuses on the big six concepts of history: Historical Significance, Cause & Consequence, Evidence, Continuity & Change, Ethical Dimensions and Historical Perspectives. The resource pack targets Grade ...
  • World Histories Since The 15th Century: Communities, Conflict and Cooperation 

    Tejpal, Shawna; Morris, Evelyn; Altomare, Erica (2017-03-13)
    This resource pack contains four unique lessons that look at communities on different continents: North America, Europe, Africa. These lessons, although very different, share a common theme of looking a both world issues ...
  • The Challenge of Canadian Identity 

    Sylvester, Morgan; Fulton, Micaela (2017-03-13)
    This resource pack is an exploration of Canadian identity from 1945 and 1982, through the lens of the big six historical thinking concepts. These lessons begin by exploring the development of French-Canadian identity through ...

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