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    • New France 1713-1800 

      Henderson, Lana (2014-07-28)
    • New France from 1713-1800 

      Grydzan, Adam; Millar, Rebecca (2014-07-29)
    • The New Nation and Its Peoples: Differences in Legal Status for Canada’s Different Groups 

      DiMambro, Andre; Lapointe, Danielle; Snowden, Brittany (2014-01-20)
      Our set of lessons, entitled The New Nation and Its Peoples: Differences in Legal Status for Canada’s Different Groups, include eight lessons which have been prepared for teaching Grade 8 History. These eight lessons are ...
    • Picturing Canada: Urbanization and the Changing Canadian 

      Jackson, Emily (2014-01-20)
      This unit is intended to accompany the Ontario Social Studies (History) Curriculum for Grade 8. The periods of study for this level are broken into two sections: 1850-1890 and 1890-1914. This thematic lesson set spans ...
    • Progress or change? A journey into Prince Edward County's Past 

      Osborne, Andrea (2014-01-20)
      Local history can be surprising and even awe-Inspiring. The history of Prince Edward County, Ontario is no exception. If presented engagingly, students may be inspired to discover more about their local history on their ...
    • The War of 1812 

      Becker, Jeff; Zomer, Matthew Zomer (2014-07-22)
    • War of 1812 

      Kendall, Stephanie; Stewart, Sarah (2014-07-28)
    • The War of 1812 

      Raby, Lisa (2014-01-20)
      Introduces students to the War of 1812: Introduction -- Causes and consequences -- Historical significance -- The ethical dimension -- Historical perspectives -- Continuity and change -- Evidence -- Conclusion.