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Where do Canadians Live Differentiated Activity
This differentiated activity allows students to look at a series of maps (included) and come up with their own reasoning as to where most Canadians live. The three activities are similar, yet tiered based on difficulty and student readiness. At the end of the activity, all students will have the kno
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Canada Location, Climate, and Natural Resources DBQ
This includes 3 Document Based Questions with maps, charts, pictures, graphs, and facts to provide students with the materials to create constructed responses using evidence. I recommend allowing students to work in groups of 4 and assigning roles to each student (writer, analyzer, evidence provider
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Document Based Question: The Northwest Rebellion
Through an examination of five primary and secondary sources (including political cartoon) students are guided through a series of questions regarding the sources, and prompted to respond to the question: "To what extent should John A Macdonald be held responsible for causing the Northwest Rebellion
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Curating Canadian WWI Battles
Out with the old, and in with the new. The Canadian Museum of Civilization has undergone a radical overhaul of its name and mission. Since 2013, the museum will be known as the Canadian Museum of History. As part of it’s new focus, the museum has dedicated an exhibition to the history of the First W
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Europe, Australia, Latin America, and Canada - 625 Document Based Questions!
Europe, Australia, Latin America, and Canada DBQs - 625 DBQs and 15 Different Topics!! This resource includes 15 different teacher-created Common Core Document Based Question (DBQs) files for Latin America, Europe, Australia, and Canada that contain 625 questions that reference primary and secondar
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What Is a Memoir? A French and Indian War DBQ
Memoirs are a sort of a primary source that can give us an eye-witness account, but they were written long after the events described. How should we rely on memory? What is useful to us in these accounts? This Document-Based Query takes the learners through the voyages of one French soldier on the
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Document Based Question: The Battle of Seven Oaks
Through an examination of five primary and secondary sources students are guided through a series of questions regarding the sources, and prompted to respond to the question: "Who should be held most responsible for causing the Battle of Seven Oaks?" All necessary items for lesson, including a arti
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World War II Propaganda: Canada and Mexico
Wonderful images of WWII propaganda from Canada and Mexico. Great for rhetorical analysis, evaluation of primary sources, and creative explorations of the Canadian and/or Mexican roles in that war.
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The Greatest Canadian Debate
Modelled after the CBC's popular television show, this lesson tasks groups of students to champion a great Canadian and lead them to victory through debate. Background Briefs and accompanying images are provided for the following Great Canadians [w/ more to come!]: Norman Bethune Frederick Bantin
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Canadian Government and 2015 Election
Presentation covers the basics of the Canadian Government and the results of the 2015 election. Includes specific connections to why this matters to America. Includes pictures, maps and video links. Includes an article analysis assignment.
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Canadian Shield DBQ
This is a short document based question worksheet designed to teach students to glean the most important information from a text. Students will answer the question "Why is the Canadian Shield important to Canada’s Economy?". I would advise students to respond to the question by citing information fr
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Document Based Question: The Laws of St. Laurent and the Hunt of 1875
Through an examination of six primary and secondary sources students are guided through a series of investigations focusing on the historical thinking benchmark of Evidence & Interpretation. In particular, students interrogate the use of "loaded" language in sources and ultimately inquire whethe
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Document Based Question - Canada and World War 1
This pre-AP History assignment has students evaluate the influence of WW1 on modern day Canada. The assignment combines primary source quotes, secondary source information, images, and artifacts.
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Document Based Questions - Canada Confederation
Pre-AP Canadian History DBQ. Uses primary and secondary source information along with images and artifacts. Much of info covers US contributions to Canadian Confederation.
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The Last Best West - Analyze the Ads
Students assess whether or not the ads used by the Ministry of the Interior at the turn of the 19th century measure up to the accuracy and truth standards as set out by the Canadian Standards for Truth in Advertising. PROCEDURE: Students will examine several advertising posters and copy, and compa
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Fur Trade Primary Source Worksheet:1805 Journal Near the Rocky Mountains
This worksheet allows students to use a primary source document to learn about the fur trade along the Rocky Mountains during the early 1800s. The worksheet allows students to read parts of a journal by Francois Antoine Larocque and his interactions with the Anishinaabe and Crow Native Americans alo
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Canada in World War I: Willingness to Participate and Early Involvement
This packet has a series of source documents and research questions surrounding Canada's involvement in WWI.
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Ending WWI - Cost of Peace
Powerpoint activity asking students to examine the cost of peace following WWI from perspective of France, Germany, England and US. Students are asked to collaboratively create a peace treaty prior to examining the Treaty of Versailles.
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