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Canadian Immigration
Canadian Immigration Research Project Students will explore the changing nature of Canadian immigration by researching the immigration experience of one cultural group. Students will investigate: • Settlement patterns • Push and pull factors • Hardships • Traditions and celebrations • Contributio
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Canadian Immigration
Family History: Canadian Immigration This Canadian immigration packet includes: • Parent letter and templates for students to interview their mom and dad about their family's immigration story • Full color "Immigration Map" sign for your bulletin board • Three-page research booklet for students to
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Online Canadian Immigration Scavenger Hunt
This is an online, electronic, scavenger hunt for your students to complete! I use this scavenger hunt after having the students prepare a short presentation on their culture. Once they have all shared their cultures with their peers, we complete this scavenger hunt. You will find that the first
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Canadian Immigration Poster - The Truth (Student Assignment)
In 1896, Prime Minister Wilfred Laurier and Clifford Sifton began an intensive advertising campaign to encourage immigration to Canada to settle the unpopulated West. This advertising campaign proved very successful as thousands of immigrants made the long journey to Canada. However, after looking a
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Myths About Canadian Immigration
Introducing Canadian immigration to your students. This zip file includes the following: 1. Hook assignment where students read 18 myths about Canadian Immigrants and use the knowledge they have acquired to explain which is true or false. 2. Powerpoint reviewing myths Great way to start the uni
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French Canadian Immigration to New England; Reading Activity
This is a relatively easy reading (for more advanced students) about the immigration of French-Canadians into New England. The story is followed by several diagrams that students fill in to see visually how the information relates to each other. These diagrams faciliate conversation after reading.
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French AP Famille et Communaute: Canadian immigration video
This 2-page worksheet is a transcription of a 2-minute video from the Canadian ministry (see URL on Preview). It contains interviews with 4 immigrants who live in francophone communities in Canada. Worksheet includes fill-in-the-blank transcription of video, vocabulary questions, grammar questions,
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Canadian Immigration Cultural Diversity Survey and Questions
Designed with the Alberta grade 7 Social Studies curriculum in mind, this activity asks students to conduct a survey within their school. When I used this, our students were broken into teams to visit each grade 7 class in our school. They asked their peers to state where their ancestors (or they th
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Canadian Immigration Laws Mini Essay Assignment
This essay is designed to have students compile information they have learned throughout study of the chapter. They can use personal experience (our school has a very ethnically diverse student population with a large number of children of immigrant families), the textbook, classroom discussion, and
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EXTREME CONVERSATION DRILLS - Canadian Immigration History
Listen in to a conversation between two hungry people in Chinatown. But it goes beyond ethnic food, shawarma, dimsum, and all that, to the kaleidoscope of peoples and cultures in immigration-friendly Canada. Students learn vocabulary relating to their social milieu, and some may find emotional reson
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Canadian Immigrant Letter Home NON-EDITABLE
Canadian Immigrant Letter Home NON-EDITABLE This is a FUN and ENGAGING activity asking students to pretend that they are a newly arrived immigrant in Canada. They must write a letter home to their families describing the following information: ✬ Their new life ✬ Where they live ✬ The job they have
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Canadian Immigration Discussion Cards
Looking for a way to get your students talking about the content you are covering? Want them to understand the content in real-life situations?These 6 situations will get your students analyzing the situation and discussing what type of immigrant each person (in the situations) is and whether or not
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History & Stories of Ways of Life in Canada Bundle
Histories and Stories of Ways of Life in Canada relates to students understanding of people and their stories of Canada and how the diversity of their heritage helped shape Canada as a nation. To make this challenging topic more engaging, I included authentic quotes from real Canadian immigrants w
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Canadian Communities - Canadian Identity Bundle
This product bundle contains a series of Graphic Organizers and Learning Tasks that can be aligned to the Nelson Canadian Communities Text Series. The lesson materials are designed to take a critical look at the "Canadian Identity" as well as Canada's history with Marginalized populations during the
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All About Me: Culture Flag NON-EDITABLE
All About Me: Culture Flag Non-Editable Celebrating and learning about cultures is an important part of education. In this activity, students will get to create and color a flag that represents each of their own cultures. In this activity, students will: ✱ Write they country they were born in ✱ Wr
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Canadian Government and Citizenship
This Canadian Government and Citizenship resource was created to provide teachers with a framework for supporting students in learning about the political framework of our country. While initially created to support the Ontario Ministry of Education social studies curriculum for Grade 5. However

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Canadian History Mega Bundle
ON SALE! Over 50 pages of information, projects, assessments and answer keys to get your students engaged while learning about major events in Canadian history. Events covered include: 1. Early Explorers, Fur Trading, The Quebec Act, The United Empire Loyalists,The Great Migration, The Canadian P
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Canadian Civics Course:  Purposeful, Informed and Active Citizenship
Civics can be a challenging course to teach! This course has everything you will need to successfully teach students about how our Canadian government works. Included: - Clear answer keys for activities packages, test and exam! - Three dynamic units that meet or exceed provincial standards - Co
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Communities in Canada // BIG UNIT BUNDLE // Canadian History // Social Studies
Communities in Canada // BIG UNIT BUNDLE // Canadian History // Social Studies Over 300 pages and slides!!! Incredibly in-depth, flexible, and EASY to teach. Just hit print and go!!! This Bundle Features In-Depth Material Covering these Communities from Canada's Past: *The First Nations *Fren
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Canadian Regions Check In: Quick Assessments For Busy Teachers
I am a teacher who loves projects and presentations but sometimes a quick and easy, pencil to paper assessment is needed and gives educators a quick way to see what their students are understanding and what they need support with. I created this Check In pack to address those needs. Included is: -
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Canadian Citizenship:  Simply Stated for Differentiated Instruction
This “Simply Stated Canadian Government and Citizenship” unit for Canadian Citizenship is a resource intended to support struggling readers as they learn about what citizenship means and how refugees and immigrants become Canadian citizens. It is written at a Grade 1 – 2 reading level, with both te
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Non-British Immigrants In Western Canada
So, you are teaching Grade 5 Social Studies and get to the outcome on examining Non-British, European immigrants in Canada and feel completely lost? I've been there. The resources for this outcome are outdated, hard to follow and challenging to read. So, I created my own. Included: 1. Three pages
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Canada & Early Immigration: Scenario Cards
Tired of the textbook? Me too! This product provides students with the opportunity to think critically and gain a greater understanding of the challenges faced during early immigration periods in Canada. This hands on assignment is easy to introduce, assess and the learning is meaningful- a perfect
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Past Canadian Discriminatory Immigration Laws BUNDLE
Learn about the Komagata Maru Incident and Chinese Head Tax and Immigration Act as well as the Japanese Internment with this product. Features a historic photo on the front of each flip book. Also included is my Immigration Wordsearch With A Difference product that I like to use during my immigrati
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