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CANADA: A Decade in the Life
Students will learn to use the historical inquiry process to understand events, concepts, and themes in Canadian History from 1919 to 1929. Students will learn to analyze historical significance, consequences of past ...
Aboriginal Peoples of Canada Explored through the Big Six Historical Thinking Concepts
The intent of this resource package is for it be to be used in the Canada: History, Identity and Culture Grade 12 University Preparation (CHI 4U) course to help teach The Big Six Historical Thinking concepts (Seixas and ...
Changing Perceptions of Canadian Identity
Through the big six historical thinking concepts, students will tackle the issue of Canadian identity today by examining the past. First, they will examine how Canada’s identity has been formed through different Canadian ...
POST-WORLD WAR II CANADA
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 ...
Finding a Canadian Voice: An Exploration into Untold Narratives
The objective of this resource pack is to give a voice to some of the lesser told narratives in Canadian history. We have selected four different stories to accomplish this. Using individuals, groups, and events we have ...
Canada and the Holocaust
The lessons in this resource pack are designed to be taught as stand-alone lessons that can be used within the CHC2D course. These lessons incorporate curriculum expectations while exploring the historical thinking ...
Canadians (1929-1945): Hard Times, Hardships, and Hard Choices: Bringing Historical Thinking Skills into Ontario Classrooms
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.
CANADA AND THE GREAT WAR, 1914 - 1918
The intent of this resource pack is to provide educators with a collection of engaging lesson plans which allow students to explore how Canada as a nation and Canadians as a people were affected by the First World War, ...
Circumstances of Evil: Hitler and the Road to World War II
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 ...
Exploring Canadian Identity, Citizenship, and Heritage Since World War I
Explain how various individuals, organizations, and specific social changes between 1914 and 1982 contributed to the development of identity, citizenship, and heritage in Canada; Lessons included: The Battle of Vimy Ridge ...