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    • Louis Riel and The Red River Settlement 

      Neadow, Rebecca (2014-01-20)
      Louis Riel and the Red River Settlement
    • The Renaissance 

      Nicholas, Athena; Fiacco, Sandra; Palumbo, Stefanie (2014-01-20)
      This lesson will introduce students to the Renaissance and the various topics that will be covered in the unit. Through video media, students will begin to explore the significance of the Renaissance as a golden age of: ...
    • Developing Canadian Identity 1945-1982 

      Scharf-Way, Caitlin (2014-01-20)
      When imagining how the Canadian identity was formed, it is important to look at how events changed society as a whole, and how the people within Canada were affected, which changes both the history to be studied and its ...
    • Is Canada a Peacekeeping Nation? 

      Stevenson, Ryan (2014-01-20)
      The ongoing conflict in Syria has raised many questions about the nature of Canada's international involvement. As this set of 8 lessons in Canadian history intends to demonstrate, this is not the first time that Canadians ...
    • The Impact of the Holocaust on Canadian Society and on Canadians’ Attitudes Towards Human Rights 

      Van Delft, Angela; Elliott, Samantha (2014-01-20)
      Lesson 1: Refugees and Canadian Reactions (Historical Perspectives) Lesson 2: Seeking Refuge In Canada (Historical Significance) Lesson 3: Internment (Cause and Consequence) Lesson 4: Life After Internment (Cause and ...
    • WWII Primary Resource Kit 

      Deagle, Andrew; McMahon, Mark (2014-01-20)
      WWII Primary Resource Kit.
    • Canada: History, Identity, and Culture 

      Crawford, Megan (2014-01-20)
      The curriculum expectations for CHI4U include a wide chronological period, with several complex details about Canada’s history. Taking this into consideration, the creator of these lesson plans felt that this course should ...
    • Exploration and Encounter 

      Clark, Cathleen; Freele, Jennifer (2014-01-20)
      This resource toolkit is intended to be used with the Gr. 12 West and the World History Course (CHY4U). The toolkit provides a sequence of eight lessons that include lesson plans, primary resources, PowerPoint presentations, ...
    • So-long Sophists and Socrates the Visual-Arts as History’s Virtual Vectors 

      Walsh, David (2014-01-20)
      Traveling to the Classical Greek Golden Age and back starting from the cinquento High Renaissance, this unit traces “traces” of History in Art, leading students on (necessarily selective) journeys through a 2000 year period ...
    • The African-American Civil Rights Movement 

      Bryant, Collin (2014-01-20)
      The African-American Civil Rights Movement
    • The French Revolution and the Creation of Democracy 

      Zaremba, Katylyn; DeKlerk, Derek (2014-01-20)
      The French Revolution and the Creation of Democracy
    • Treaties between Aboriginal Peoples and European Colonists 

      Lester, Britney (2014-01-20)
      Treaties between Aboriginal Peoples and European Colonists
    • Louis Riel 

      Dempsey, Grace; Lunan, Dawn (2014-07-21)
      Eight lessons that evaluate the importance of various internal and external factors that played a role in the creation of the Dominion of Canada and the expansion of its territory.
    • Groups involved in WWII: Their roles and how they were impacted 

      Brewer, Jessica (2014-07-21)
      WWII was marked by increasing tensions between groups within Canada and between Canada and other countries. This set of 8 lessons/activities will take a closer look at these groups and how they effected change and were ...
    • Holocaust Historical Thinking Concepts 

      Hundeck, Ashley; Trethewey, Caileigh (2014-07-21)
      This unit is designed to teach grade 10 Canadian history students about the Holocaust during World War II through a variety of activities. The unit is comprised of 8 lessons that are based around the big six historical ...
    • World War II: The Homefront: Crash Course US History 

      Guggino, Renee; Porco, Nicole (2014-07-21)
      Learning Outcomes include: To introduce the topic of Canada in WWII and the effects that different Canadian groups experienced; to identify which groups of individuals within Canada were the most influenced by the Second ...
    • History on Trial: Louis Riel and the 1885 North-West Rebellion 

      Woods, Sarah; Huang, Nicolette (2014-07-21)
      The teacher’s guide provides a selection of individual lessons for teachers to use in the classroom. Each lesson includes learning objectives, focus questions, approximate timeframe, keywords, background information, ...
    • Aboriginal Peoples in Canada from 1945-­‐1982 

      Cuzner, Alicia; Wannamaker, Courtney (2014-07-21)
      Lesson 1: The class will be discussing the transformation of Canadian identity by analyzing significant events, developments and issues that have affected First Nations, Inuit, and Metis people in Canada during 1945 and ...
    • Alexander the Great: The Rise and Fall of Empire and The Birth of Hellenistic Greece 

      Bryson, Michael; Dawson, Emily (2014-07-21)
      Overview: This lesson will introduce the topic/unit of the transition from the Classical period of Greek history to the Hellenistic period by focusing on the figure of Alexander the Great and ...