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Our Stories: Immigrants to Canada Lapbook
Covering Alberta Curriculum from the grade 5 social studies program of studies, this lapbook is a fun and unique way to discuss the impact of the immigrants from all over the world during the time of confederation. A full colour answer key/teacher resource comes along with a black and white and full
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Early Immigrants to Canada Split History: Champlain and the Irish
There’s no doubt that it is difficult teaching history to a split class. Because the content is different, you sometimes need to work on themes to bring the different subject matter together. The following power point presentation and assignment attempt to do this. It’s an assignment about the di
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Human Geography - Immigration to Canada Poster Assignment
An assignment used with grade 9 Applied and Essential Level students as part of the unit on Human Geography. Samples of posters used by the Canadian government to encourage immigration to the Prairie provinces during Prime Ministers reign and Clifford Sifton's Open Door Policy.
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Confederation, CPR, and Immigration in Canada
In this presentation, students will learn about Canadian Confederation and how it impacted Canada's diversity. The students will read and view pictures about confederation, Sir John A MacDonald, Canada Day, immigration to Canada, minorities, North West Mounted Police, the Canadian Pacific Railway,
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{Grade 6} Unit 1: Communities in Canada Past and Present
With the Grade 6 Communities in Canada Past and Present unit, students are asked to explore the communities that make up present-day Canada. Students embark on a journey from past Canada to present Canada and explore the challenges and celebrations experienced by various communities and settlers in
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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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Who Am I? All About Me: Culture and Diversity New BC
This projects fosters discussions on personal identity from a cultural perspective. Use cards to direct discussions on physical characteristics; culture and food, clothing, holidays, celebrations and traditions; family differences, likes and dislikes. This resource covers the content curriculum for
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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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Evolution of Canada as a Multicultural Nation
This unit for the Evolution of Canada as a Multicultural Nation meets the following outcomes for the Grade 5 Social Studies curriculum in an inquiry based model: a. Describe Canada’s historical and current demographics, including population numbers, age and location b. Identify trends and challen
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The Political Evolution of Canada - Grade 5 Social Studies
This teaching resource offers an in-depth coverage of all the indicators for Outcome PA5.1 of the Saskatchewan curriculum –Describe Canada’s political evolution. Although it has been written to meet the outcome and indicators for the Saskatchewan Social Studies curriculum, it will meet the needs
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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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A Letter to Ireland: Irish Immigration Primary Source Stations, Writing Activity
--Student-led -- Primary source stations -- Common Core-based -- Ready to print and use -- This St. Patrick's Day, teach students about the history of the Irish in America using this challenging and engaging history and creative writing lesson. This primary source station activity offers students
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History of Canada Visual Check Ins: History & Stories of Ways of Life in Canada
For less than a Starbucks coffee, you can have 11 easy assessments for that hit all the outcomes related to topic 5.2 Histories and Stories of Ways of Life in Canada. I love projects and using them in the classroom but sometimes my students want a break from big projects and I need to do a quick a
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Coming To Canada Suitcase Immigration Project
Canada is a country with many interesting and diverse cultures. This immigration project is an excellent way to enhance your students’ understanding of immigration, but also spark their creativity and imagination. This project asks students to choose an immigrant group and write an imaginary story
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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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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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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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Canadian History (2) 1866-1910 -  Novel Studies
This unit for Grades 7 - 8 contains novels that tell of the events leading to Confederation, The Riel Rebellions, the Klondike gold rush, building the Trans Canada Railway, and the lives of new immigrants to Canada. (105 pages) Novels are: Spy in the Shadows, A Ribbon of Shining Steel, Soldier Boy
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Canadian-Western Settlement: Best West Assignment
The goal of Canada’s propaganda campaign was to entice people from other countries to immigrate to Canada in order to settle Canada West. The campaign would become known as the ‘Last Best West’. Task: Create a propaganda poster to entice possible immigrants from another country to come to Canada to
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Immigrant Letter Home EDITABLE
Immigrant Letter Home EDITABLE This is the EDITABLE letter version of Canadian Letter Home. Not teaching Canada? NO PROBLEM! With this editable version you change this to reflect ANY COUNTRY that you may be teaching. This is a FUN and ENGAGING activity asking students to pretend that they are a n
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GRADE 7 HISTORY, FINAL ASSIGNMENT, ONTARIO CURRICULUM,
This 2 page Word Doc product adheres to the Ontario curriculum standards for Grade 7 History and is a great final / culminating assignment that students can complete in partners or in a group. This assignment covers the following topics: - War of 1812 - the Metis - the Loyalists - the North West C
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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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Our Stories: The Underground Railroad Lapbook
The underground Railroad is a part of Canadian History that makes us incredibly proud. This lapbook is designed to meet the requirements for Alberta Curriculum, but is applicable for anyone teaching this important part of our history. This book contains foldables for the following: -New Words (suit
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Geography Lesson Plan - Population Change
This geography lesson plan on Population Change allows students to identify and discuss the opportunities and challenges presented by immigration in Canada. It encourages students to analyze connections between Canada and other countries, as well as explain and illustrate the Canadian Point System
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