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    • Killing Kennedy: the Death that Changed a Nation and the World 

      McMurray, Kurtis; McCormac, Matthew; Innes, Jamie (2018-02-08)
      This lesson series is designed for use in Ontario's grade 11 American History course. The lesson series acts as an entry point for studying America in the Post-War period by examining the John F. Kennedy assassination ...
    • LGBTQ, FLQ, NARP in the 1960s 

      Dishaw, Keysey (2014-07-24)
    • 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.
    • Louis Riel and The Red River Settlement 

      Neadow, Rebecca (2014-01-20)
      Louis Riel and the Red River Settlement
    • The Making of the Modern World 

      Wall, Evan (2015-04-25)
      The main objective of this unit of lessons is to encourage a deeper appreciation of the subject of History in senior academic students by a depiction of the innovative and stimulating theses of Alfred Crosby as outlined ...
    • Minorities in Canada during World War 1: Resource Pack 

      Moore-Hughes, Rileigh; Tobin, Sara; Elliott, Tyler (2018-02-08)
      This resource pack explores the experience of a few minority groups in Canada between 1914-1929 through the lens of various historical thinking concepts. The first lesson explores the historical significance of immigration ...
    • Origins of World War Two 

      Robertson, Matthew (2015-04-25)
    • Our Forgotten People: Resources for the Study of Aboriginal Peoples for CHA 3U 

      Marquardt, Kathryn; Till, Michael (2015-04-25)
      The objectives of this resource pack are to provide students with a background in the experience of Aboriginal people and introduce while simultaneously introducing them to historical thinking concepts. Lesson 1 introduces ...
    • The Perfect Storm - The Causes of World War One 

      MacPherson, Nicole (2014-07-22)
    • 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 ...
    • 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 Qin Dynasty and Imperial China 

      Gallagher, Timothy; Hunt, Kieran (2014-07-24)
    • 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. ...
    • Reformation and Revolution Leading into the Modern Era 

      Gibli, Moriah; Forndran, Sean; Batty, Megan (2017-03-13)
      This series of lessons serves to educate Grade 12 students about the variety of revolutions and reformations that occurred between 1789-1900 around the world which have served to shape the modern era. To do this the lessons ...
    • 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: ...
    • 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 ...
    • Roaring to Dirty, Glitz to Dust: Canada in the 1930s 

      Billings, Dylan; Gunn, Olivia (2017-03-13)
      The objective of the following lessons is to encourage implementation of historical thinking practices while exploring Canadian history, specifically in the 1930s.These lessons can be stand alone, or brought together in a ...
    • ROMAN HISTORY: FROM REPUBLIC TO EMPIRE 

      Raymond, Jillian (2018-02-08)
      Rome (as an empire and republic0 is a civilization that many students know of, even in the smallest increments, and this course pack seeks to touch on some of significant events that occurred during the existence of this ...