Canadian Identity From 1914-1929 Open Doors, Open Communication: Immigration, Labour Movements and Women’s Rights in Canada the Early Twentieth Century
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This resource package hopes to provide history teachers with a collection of primary and secondary sources to teach lessons on immigration, the labour movement, women’s rights/first wave feminism in Canada, Canadian Autonomy and Immigration policies of the early twentieth century. The lessons are titled as follows; 1) Economic Conditions, Labour Unions and the Winnipeg General Strike. 2) Canadian Women During the War - On the Frontlines and on the Homefront 3) Attitudes towards Immigrants in the 1920s and 1930s 4) The Build Up to Achieving Canadian Autonomy The goals of this resource package are to provide informative lessons that guide students through the historical thinking concepts outlined in the Grade 10 Ontario History Curriculum using a variety of media, activities, lessons and tutorials of guided practice. Students will also have opportunities to provide written work and creative expression in their formative assessments for this unit.