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Patriots and Loyalists - A strategy/simulation game
Many Americans assume that the American Revolution was fought between the united forces of the freedom-loving colonies against invading hordes of foreign soldiers from Europe. But in truth, the war itself was much more complex. Americans fought for both king and country during the war, siding with t
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Irish Potato Famine Coffin Ships Readers Theatre
Readers Theatre Script! Fun and interactive way to learn about the Irish Potato Famine. -Can be made into a small production or simply print off and hand out to small groups. Coffin Ship -Refers to ships that carried Irish Immigrants escaping the Potato Famine. When the potato crop failed it caused
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The conferences leading up to Canadian Confederation - French Version
Have fun reviewing the conferences that lead up to Canadian Confederation with this drama activity. Print the signs for your classroom walls to make the information visually clear for your students. Hand out the short scripts and name tags to the participants and review which colonies were at each
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CIA Canada
My students read the official document from the CIA website about the intelligence process and "jobs." They are divided into groups and each person takes on a specific role, including "spy." Each group is given the task and one of the eight clues. They need to use their textbooks and websites to hel
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The War of 1812: A Peace Conference Simulation
Engage your students in this historical simulation of a proposed peace conference that was to occur in 1813. Students join together in seven different delegations (each representing a unique perspective during the War of 1812) to seek to achieve a lasting peace. This well-researched lesson helps stu
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Treaty Negotiations Role Play
Role play activity (lasting about 1.5 - 2 hours) in which students must play First nations leaders and Government negotiators who need to come to an agreement on which lands will be used for reserves and what other benefits and items First nations groups will receive in exchange for forfeiting their
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Irish immigration simulation
This role play or simulation has 29 role cards and a lesson plan that allows students to adopt a historical perspective on the experience of Irish immigrants to Canada East and West in the first half of the 19th century. Students have a real or fictional character to play, must go around the class
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DIY Beaded Timeline of Turtle Island / Canada Instructions
This 491-bead timeline is a great visual to show what a long, rich history Aboriginal people have had in North America (specifically Canada). It requires 474 beads of one colour (I used white) and 17 beads of different colours. This is a great way to start your Social Studies off for the year as it
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1920s Stock Market Game: Ready to Strike it Rich?
Updated: More teacher instructions added, easier format for producing student stocks etc. This game has served as an excellent introduction into the stock market of the 1920s. In addition, it transitions well in the Great Depression. Each class I have done this with has really enjoyed it.The way
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First Nation Trading Game (English and French cards)
I have updated the First Nation Trading Game! I have added French Trading cards and included 'Metal Tools' for the Explorers. Enjoy! Trade was an important way of life for all Indigenous cultures of North America. Students role play as a trade representative from their own Nation. Students use trade
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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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New World Game - European Colonization Simulation
This highly interactive group-based game helps students to understand the economic and political factors that influenced the development of colonies in the New World. Not only will students learn about how trade, alliances, wars, and geography played a role in the early development of North America,
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World War 1 Virtual Museum - "The Human Experience of War"
Turn your classroom into an interactive museum with this station activity! Students explore different aspects of World War One through 7 QR stations located around the classroom. This activity has worked exceptionally well and resulted in a high level of student engagement. Most importantly, it
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The Signing of Treaty Four
This is a full script of the signing of Treaty Four between the Crown and the Cree and Saulteaux First Nations in Fort Qu'Appelle SK, September 15, 1874. This is to be used to have your class reenact the signing of the treaty to help them to understand this important moment in Canadian history.
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CHC2P CHC2D 1920s & 1930s: Stock Market Crash of 1929
1920s & 1930s: Stock Market Crash of 1929 Through this engaging simulation students can first re-create the events of the great market collapse of 1929 buying and selling shares of companies using fake currency. As the rounds of the simulation progress students will experience the ups and down
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Residential School Simulation
This is a simple simulation that is based on the descriptions of the daily life of a residential school child by the resources provided by the Canadian Office of the Treaty Commissioner. It takes your students through some of the experiences that a student at a residential school would have had on
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Great Depression Stock Market Game
The Tricks and Traps of a Rising and Falling Stock Market! Realize the follies of borrowing to invest with this interactive game set for students to learn the pressures and reasons for investment during the Great Depression. Includes rules and discussion questions to follow. Pair with a Dice Ro
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Indian Act
This is an interactive object outlining the Indian Act in 1876 in Canada. Learning goals are included as well as possible tasks after the students make their way through the interactive. There is a lot of opportunity for inquiry in this interactive and creates a foundation for students' understandi
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The conferences leading up to Canadian Confederation - English Version
Have fun reviewing the conferences that lead up to Canadian Confederation with this drama activity. Print the signs for your classroom walls to make the information visually clear for your students. Hand out the short scripts and name tags to the participants and review which colonies were at each
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La négotiation des traités - jeu de rôle et activité
Version française de l'activité pour faire négocier les équipes de 4 élèves pour établir le territoire et d'autres biens qui seront accordés aux premières nations lors de l'établissement de leurs réserves. Peut être utilisé pour accompagner le texte "Horizons". Inclut un plan de leçon (pour enviro
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Discontent in Upper Canada: Democracy and Oligarchy in the 1830's role play
This role play is a favourite I've used many times to have students understand how British North America's colonial government worked (or rather, didn't work). It emphasizes creative problem solving and historical perspective. Essentially, after explaining how the colonial system was structured (wit
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You are in charge!
Let students experience what it would be like to be Chief of a First Nation's community for a day. Through this activity, students learn different ways First Nation's communities traditionally identified their chief, they get to experience economic decision making and consesus decision making, and s
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Canadian History and the Stock Market - Ready to Strike it Rich? 1945 to 1980
Students play this stock market game to learn about historical events! The game is active, engaging and lots of fun. This stock market game was created in response to the high demand and success of the 1920s stock market game - see reviews here! How the Game Works (check out preview sample): It's
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