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    • 1929-1945 Exploring the Big Six in Canadian History Canadian History since World War I CHC2D 

      Habete, Jordan; Sloan, Brenda; Sticklee, Kassandra (2015-04-25)
      These lessons demonstrate how the Big Six historical concepts can be applied in the classroom as both a practical and effective way to teach students. Historical significance is used to analyze whether or not women benefitted ...
    • 1960s American Culture and Identity 

      Chan, Erica; Furlano, Jessica; Khorsandi, Alexia (2017-05-09)
      This unit explores the changes in American identity through investigating the racial and social issues of the time. Focusing on the Civil Rights Movement and Black Culture, students will learn about the changes in culture, ...
    • 1960s American Culture and Identity 

      Chan, Erica; Furlano, Jessica; Khorsandi, Alexia (2017-05-09)
      This unit explores the changes in American identity through investigating the racial and social issues of the time. Focusing on the Civil Rights Movement and Black Culture, students will learn about the changes in culture, ...
    • 4 Lesson Resource Pack: World History Since the Fifteenth Century 

      Tobin, Emily; Schneider, Joe; Carter, Mark (2017-03-17)
      The Social, Political and Economic Contexts in First Half of the Twentieth Century viewed through the Complex Alliance Systems of WWI, the Rise of Anti-Semitic Propaganda in Nazi Germany, The Cold War – A Divided World, ...
    • 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 ...
    • Aboriginal Peoples of Canada Explored through the Big Six Historical Thinking Concepts 

      Godin, Neil; Stott, Ethan (2015-04-25)
      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 ...
    • The African-American Civil Rights Movement 

      Bryant, Collin (2014-01-20)
      The African-American Civil Rights Movement
    • 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 ...
    • AMERICAN HISTORY, 1877-1945 

      Houghton, Lexie; Jones, Courtney; Kinsman, Katie (2017-03-13)
      This resource package explores American History from 1877-1945, with a specific focus on curriculum strand D.2 Communities Conflict and Cooperation. Each lesson focuses on a specific expectation and covers the topics of ...
    • American History, 1877-1945 

      Houghton, Lexie; Jones, Courtney; Kinsman, Katie (2017-03-13)
      This resource package explores American History from 1877-1945, with a specific focus on curriculum strand D.2 Communities Conflict and Cooperation. Each lesson focuses on a specific expectation and covers the topics of ...
    • American History: pre-contact to the present 

      Chow, Victoria; Harper, Cara; Raveenthiran, Niyomi (2017-03-13)
      This course explores key aspects of the social, economic, and political development of the United States from pre-contact to the present. Students will examine the contributions of groups and individuals to the country’s ...
    • Ancient Civilization 

      Urbanowicz, Ashley; Luongo, Amanda (2014-07-24)
      The following 8 lessons will address areas of Ancient Civilization and more specifically how to incorporate aspects of The Big Six in your lesson planning. Focusing specifically on the grade 11 University World History ...
    • Ancient Egypt and the Crusades: Journals, Timelines, Narratives, and Speeches (Oh My) 

      Wong, Yannick; Paupst, Wesley (2018-02-08)
      The primary objective of this Gr. 11 kit is to facilitate student-centred learning that explores primary source documents in order to improve understanding of specific historical eras. The first lesson seeks to expand ...
    • Ancient Egyptian Religion 

      Koliviras, Eleni; Galloway, Lauren (2014-07-24)
    • Ancient Greece: Politics, Religion, and Mythology 

      Docherty, Kait; Ciraco, Alessandra (2018-02-08)
      This is a series of lessons designed to be taught in a Grade 11 University/College World History: Ancient Civilizations class with specific attention on politics and religion in Ancient Greece including the City-States, ...
    • Apartheid in South Africa & Nelson Mandela 

      Kellar, Amy (2014-07-22)
    • Bringing the Past to the Present: Communities, Conflict, and Cooperation 

      Vercruyssen, Brooklyn; McCabe, Tori (2017-03-13)
      These lesson plans are designed for a grade ten academic history class. The expectation is from the 2013 Canadian and World Studies Ontario Curriculum document C.2 “Communities, Conflict and Cooperation”. The unit is ...
    • Canada & the First World War: An Introduction 

      Petronis, Daina; Vranich, Bob (2015-04-20)
      Developing an historical understanding of the twentieth--‐ and twenty--‐first centuries requires, first and foremost, an understanding of the First World War. The root causes of such historically significant events as the ...
    • Canada and the Cold War 

      Smith, Rebecca; Comeau, Belinda; Kissoon, Feriel (2015-04-25)
      This resource pack contains detailed lesson plans and resources for the CHC2D Ontario Curriculum Expectation D.4. These lessons are structured around the 'Big Six' Historical Thinking Principles advocated by Dr Peter Seixas ...
    • CANADA AND THE COLD WAR MAKING NATIONAL AND GLOBAL CONNECTIONS 

      Lee, Claire; Hoffman, Emma (2015-04-25)
      These lessons seek to engage students with key developments surrounding Canada’s participation in the Cold War and to demonstrate the historical significance that this global conflict held for Canada as a nation. Students ...