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World War One: Simulation, Causes, Trench Warfare - CHC2P/D
Battles of World War One Lesson 1: Students will recreate the political and strategic realities of World War One Europe as they simulate the First World War through a board game. Lesson 2: Students will view a PowerPoint lesson including a fill in note to better understand the underlying causes of
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Summative Task Social Studies Heritage and Citizenship Canadian Community
Summative Task Social Studies Heritage and Citizenship Canadian Community Project. This is a summative task for the NEW Social Studies Curriculum in Ontario on Heritage and Citizenship Canada past and present. This project is geared for the grade 6 Ontario Social Studies New Social Studies curricu
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FRENCH Summative Task Social Studies Heritage and Citizenship Canadian Community
(FRENCH) French handouts for students Summative Task Social Studies Heritage and Citizenship Canadian Community Project. This is a summative task for the NEW Social Studies Curriculum in Ontario on Heritage and Citizenship Canada past and present. This project is geared for the grade 6 Ontario So
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Canadian Rights Assignment
Students are asked to describe the Canadian right that they believe to be the most important and justify their answer. They must also describe two other rights. I used this as an assessment in my Canadian Government and Citizenship unit. Included in this file is the assignment, a list of relevant
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Grade 5- First Nations or Explorer Journal Entries
This activity ties in nicely with the new Ontario Social Studies curriculum. Grade 5 students are to write 2-3 journal entries from the point-of-view of a European explorer or First Nations member living in Ontario. Research would have already occurred, which would have examined the First Nations
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Communities in Canada
A variety of activities to address the new Ontario Grade 6 Social Studies Curriculum. There are lessons to explore how features of a community shape identity, why people immigrate to Canada and what it means to be Canadian, with ready-to-use worksheets, suggested links and rubrics for assessment it
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Confederation Tic-Tac-Toe for Gifted/GATE students
This is a project for grade 8 students to complete for the Ontario Social Studies Curriculum. Students choose three activities to complete to further their understanding and demonstrate their learning in a fun and unique way.
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Grade 6 Social Studies Inquiry Project: Heritage and Identity in Canada
This is a brief project outline to be used either alongside the Heritage and Identity unit in a text or alone as an inquiry project. Students research the immigration of a certain ethnic and/or cultural group to Canada and what they have contributed to Canadian culture.
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First Nations and Early European Explorers Research Project
This project challenges students to research early interactions between both groups. It also looks at the current situation between our First Nations Peoples and the Canadian Government.
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Captain Cook - A Journey to British Columbia Log Book Activity
***NEWLY UPDATED*** 10/24/18 This product focuses on the Big Ideas and Key Questions in the new BC Curriculum, but can be used for any study of Captain Cook’s exploration of Canada’s West Coast. This project is suitable for Grades 3-5. This Captain’s Log project encourages students to consider va
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Canada and the Depression Project - Dirty Thirties - "From Riches to Rags"
Change is always a constant - history reveals this. This differentiated project focusses on the changes between the 1920s and 1930s. Students can choose from 6 different options which reflects their learning style. A clear rubric is included. This project is a part of several other larger bu
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Grade 3 SS Culminating Task - Early Canada | Projet cumulatif 3e année
I created this task as a fun, inquiry-based project for grade 3 Social Studies (Ontario's Heritage and Identity strand: Communities in Canada, 1780 –1850). It is open-ended and asks students to create the storyboard for a hypothetical film that teaches peers all about early explorers, First Nations
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Confederation Grade 8 History and Drama- Ontario New Curriculum
Students work in groups to revisit the internal and external factors that led to Confederation, and express them through drama. I use this as a summative task for Creating Canada, 1850-1890 and a Drama mark. You can also use this to reinforce concepts learned before a Confederation test. Or, you can
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World War Two Final Project
World War Two: Final Project - Tracing Their Stories In this World War Two final project, students will make use of the memoryproject.com listening to real interviews with WWII veterans and create a historical portfolio with original work. Students are asked to choose three veterans from across Can
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Canadian History Term Essay Topics
A list of term essay topics for your students to choose from regarding Canadian History. Most topics are concerning post WWII.
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History Essay Marking Scheme
This generic marking scheme is useful for all history essays. Students are assessed on the following six-point criteria: introductory paragraph; body paragraphs; concluding paragraph; historical awareness; composition, grammar and style; and technical skills. At the bottom of the marking scheme is
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CHC2P CHC2D World War Two: Hitler & Mussolini
New Leaders with New Ideas: Hitler and Mussolini In this lesson students will first learn about the rise and fall of two of Europe’s most important and infamous leader: Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini. The two leaders share a shockingly similar path to power and ultimate demise. After viewing the
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State and Province Research Project
A research project for students to explore the United States and the Canadian provinces. Allows for differentiated assessment of students and gives them options to what projects they wish to complete. Includes a rubric based on standardized grading (N,P,M,E) and a blank rubric for choice grading (b
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Canada's Map Rubric
Rubric for Canada Map project. - can be used for different projects - used for colouring, labelling of provinces and capitals
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Historical "Year in Review" Newspaper (1900-1950) - Organizer and Rubric
For this assignment, students will choose a year between 1900 and 1950 and will write a "Year in Review" edition of a local newspaper for that year. Students will need to write an article about the most significant local event and national event of the year, the most interesting sports and entertain
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CHC2P CHC2D World War Two: Entire Unit
World War Two: Entire Unit This unit was designed for students learning about the Second World War from a Canadian perspective based on Ontario curriculum expectations but can be utilized in any classroom learning about the the interwar period. Students will use a variety of sources and activities
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History Canada: A Changing Society, New Curriculum Ontario Grade 8, Inquiry
This is a complete inquiry based assignment for the updated Ontario History curriculum. The project includes student choice, conference form, and rubric. Just print and use! Students will need to have access to research materials (e.g., textbook, library books or Internet). Students will use an i
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Immigration Assignment
Students must interview a person who has immigrated to Canada. This file contains the assignment outline, student self-assessment rubrics, teacher-assessment rubrics, interview outline and a Passport template. Students also create a suitcase and include 4 artifacts to enhance their presentation.
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Canada Trade Assignment -- Student's Choice
This freebie is a final assignment for a trade unit. Students can pick their strengths and cover the information in the way of their choice for Social Studies. To accommodate it for my students with special needs, I had them complete one and my other students complete two (one with a partner). The
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Fur Trade Post Card Assignment
This assignment challenges grade four students to imagine that they take on various roles during the time of the Fur Trade in Canada. They brainstorm what it would be like if they were: Henry Hudson, David Thompson, Anthony Henday, an HBC official, or a voyageur. After completing this portion o
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CHC2P CHC2D Battles of World War One: Readings & Activities
Battles of World War One Students will learn about key battles from a Canadian perspective from the First World War including Vimy Ridge, Somme, Ypres. Students will complete readings on each battle (provided) and produce a historical newspaper front page headlining the battle and its significance
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Captain Vancouver's Travel Log Project
***NEWLY UPDATED*** 10/24/18 This product focuses on the Big Ideas and Key Questions in the new BC Curriculum, but can be used for any study of Captain Vancouver’s exploration of Canada’s West Coast. This project is suitable for Grades 3-5. This Captain’s Log project encourages students to conside
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Grade 8 History: Integrated Arts and History Assignment
This integrated arts and history assignment allows students to connect to the oppressed Metis through artistic means. Students will connect with the historical content in ways that will surprise you and engage them. Assignment details in short steps and rubric included.
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La Culture Ojibwe FULL UNIT PLAN NO PREP + Rubrics
This is a unit plan that I created based on professional development days I attended on Aboriginal Education, specifically information on the Ojibwe culture. All worksheets are in French and intended for the French Immersion program. This package includes: - 24 flashcards with the English, French, a
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Confederation British North America Mapping Grade 8 History- Ontario New
This is a fun assignment to introduce students to the landscape and colonies of British North America. There is a brief introduction to what Confederation means, and maps of British North America and Canada today. After the information is provided, the project is introduced. Students are asked t
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The history of B.C. Brochure
This is a project summative assessment where the students have to create a brochure that includes the history of B.C.'s fur trade, gold rush and railway. Along with the regions in B.C. and any additional facts or information you wish to include.
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Grade 8 History: Klondike Gold Rush Newscast
Excite your students by having them present their findings about the Klondike Goldrush in the 6 o'clock news! This assignment allows students to work in groups and present LIVE from the Klondike Gold Rush. Rubric and assignment details included.
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Grade 7 Social Studies Essay Rubric and Handout
Here is the essay and rubric handout that I give my students around December on the Victimization of the First Nations peoples. It is in Docx format and can be edited to your liking. Thanks for viewing or downloading.
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First Nations Journal
This is both a formative and summative assessment that both you and students can use to track their understanding. As you progress through your unit on First Nations Peoples, students will be contributing to their very own First Nations Activity Log, which they will in turn use to compile their acqu
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Arts Assignment for Development of Canada Unit
This assignment incorporates the arts and making connections to Canadian history. Reflecting on prior knowledge from the Development of Canada powerpoint, students apply the feelings of the Metis and their mistreatment. A rubric is also included and checklist to ensure students have all components
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CHC2P CHC2D 1920s & 1930s: Tableau Assessment
1920s & 1930s: Talking Tableau After learning about rum runners, gangsters, stock brokers, flappers and inventors students will form groups and perform short 2-3 minute “talking tableau” performances in character. This assessment can be used to evaluate students for a mark or simply to gauge k
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Canadian Companies and Stewardship: A Grade 6 Social Studies Project (Catholic)
A short inquiry project created in line with the Ontario Grade 6 Curriculum for use in Catholic/Christian schools. Requires the research into Canadian companies who exemplify stewardship in the local or global community. Assignment page and rubric included.
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Canada Research Booklet
Students will do a small amount of research to find out about the climate, geography, plants and more in Canada! They will make their own book and present the information found. This resource includes student directions, book making directions and a grading rubric.
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Flow Map Rubric
This rubric can be used to assess a flow map (directly linked to the Ontario Social Studies curriculum). It includes an accompanying Learning Goal and Success Criteria which can be shared with students prior to assigning this project.
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Presentation Planning Guide
Just finished up studying Canada in your geography unit? Use this planning guide to help your students create a thorough presentation while keeping the questions to a minimum so you can focus on the students that need extra attention. Students will choose a province, select a presentation tool, then
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Canadian History World War II Project
History Buy The Book's summative task is designed for Applied (General) level students but it could be used for Academic (Advanced) level students as well, with changes to the use of classroom versus home study and the approach to the conference portion. It is a comprehensive way to answer one guidi
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Exploring Canada - A Brochure Project on Provinces and Territories
This brochure project allows students to create a brochure either electronically or via handmade with paper (depending on the resources available to you and your students) demonstrating their knowledge of the Canadian Provinces and Territories, in a project based learning style. Students will compl
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Natural Resources project for US, Canada and Latin America
This is a take home project for Natural Resources found in the United States, Canada and Latin America. It includes directions for the project as well as a rubric for grading.
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Intermediate Confederation Research Project
This is an in-depth research project for students which will evaluate their understanding of Confederation. This is an end of unit culmination activity. It includes History, as well as, Arts expectations. This contains the project outline, expecations covered and rubrics.
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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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Inquiry Timeline Project (Social Studies)
This activity allows students to create a timeline based on a famous historical citizen of their choice. They are encouraged to conduct research and explore a historical citizen that has made an impact on their home community OR another community in the world. The package includes steps to complet
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LAW - LGBT Human Rights Timeline
This human rights assignment is designed to have students look into the timeline of the LGBT community. A good way to have students look at government bills and then research past events that show the progression of understanding and acceptance.
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Grade 10 History (CHC2P): 1920s & 1930s Summative Assignment - Infographic
This resource bundle includes the assignment instructions, the associated learning goals and success criteria, a research worksheet, and a detailed rubric for a summative task. This task encourages students to conduct research to compare and contrast life in the 1920s to life in the 1930s by creatin
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Trench Letter, ELA/SS, NS Curriculum
Mini-lessons are a good way to build yourself into this assignment. Students are reflecting on the living conditions in the trenches during WWI, so they will need context before attempting this assignment. A great assignment for June to get the students involved in discussing what war might've been
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Autochtones / Europeens Projet (First Nations / Europeans Final Project) French
Final Project for unit on First Nations and European contact in Canada. The project contains 4 parts: 1-choose a First Nations group and research how they lived (clothing, food, climate, and shelter) 2- choose a European explorer and research them (date of birth/death, where they explored, why/how
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Premier Ministre Projet - Gouvernement (Prime Minister Project - Government)
This project is a research project where students learn about past and/or present Prime Ministers. Students will research the following: -Personal life -Political life -Professional life This is then presented in a poster to be showcased in the classroom/hallway. Also included is a rubric.
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NO PREP Social Studies - Heritage and Identity: Coureur de bois assignment
This assignment is one that can be used to assess students' knowledge of using point of view as well as creating a detailed letter about the various aspects of life of Europeans in New France, Canada.
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