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The Great Depression Project
This product includes: Part 1: Readers' Theater with comprehension question. Part 2: What Did “Fun” Mean During the Great Depression? Students get to create a game/activity that might have been played during the Great Depression. You may allow the kids to present their game and try playing it! Pa
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Voices of the Great Depression in Canada Interactive Gallery Walk
In this interactive activity, students will be introduced to four characters from across Canada. The students will then visit each of the 10 provided stations to learn about the various facets of the Great Depression in Canada. At each station is a guided question to get them considering the impact
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World War I to the Great Depression in Canada, A People's History
The following documentary guide is designed to enhance your students’ viewing of Canada, A People’s History, one of the most popular documentaries the CBC has ever produced. This package deals with episodes between 1911 and 1929, covering Borden’s electoral victory, Canada’s entry into World War I,
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Political Responses to the Great Depression in Canada
This exercise requires students to examine the ways that political parties responded to the Great Depression in Canada. The assignment examines the Liberals, Conservatives, and Cooperative Commonwealth Federation at the federal level, with special attention given to the changing philosophies of Mack
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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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The Causes of the Great Depression in Canadian History
This notebook exercise is compatible with the majority of textbooks covering Canadian history in the twentieth century. For this exercise, students are required to take notes about the causes of the Great Depression and how these causes worsened the impact felt by the public.
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The Great Depression to World War II in Canada, A People's History
The following documentary guide is designed to enhance your students’ viewing of Canada, A People’s History, one of the most popular documentaries the CBC has ever produced. This package deals with episodes between 1929 and 1939, covering Mackenzie King's disastrous Five-Cent Speech, Bennett's atte
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Revisiting the Great Depression in Canadian History
In "Revisiting the Great Depression in Canadian History," students are required to research and take notes on the economic, political, and social significance of this tragic episode in Canadian history as it is presented in an easily accessible and authoritative website. The website’s “list format”
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Direct and Indirect Consequences of the Great Depression In Canada
Have students complete a chart and writing activity to rank consequences of the Great Depression in Canada. Were they direct or indirect? Social, political or economic? Chart includes 10 consequences and a rubric. Students will need to justify their categorization and learn to clearly explain and s
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Causes of the Great Depression (Canada)
This activity introduces the basic causes of the Great Depression in Canada and then asks students to collaboratively define and rank these causes in small groups before bringing the discussion to a large group discussion.
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Roaring Twenties and Great Depression “Who Am I?” for Canadian History
This quiz is designed to serve as a review of some of the most popular historical figures from the 1920s and 1930s. Included in this quiz are prominent actors, athletes, doctors, celebrities, and politicians from two of the most turbulent decades in Canadian history.
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History Quizzes:  World Wars, Great Depression, Modern Era
This document contains three quizzes: World Wars, Great Depression, and Modern Era. The quiz on the World Wars is fill in the blank and written answer (3 pages). The Great Depression quiz is mostly written answer (2 pages). The Modern Era quiz is a long written answer question and one chart to c
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Revisiting the Great Depression in Canadian History
In "Revisiting the Great Depression in Canadian History" students examine the historical significance of events and issues leading up, during, and after the world's greatest economic crisis as they have been presented in an easily accessible and authoritative website. The website’s “list format” mak
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Roaring Twenties and Great Depression Test for Canadian History
This test covering the Roaring Twenties and Great Depression in Canadian history consists of three parts: first, a chronological review; second, a definitions section; and third, a "Who Am I?" The test covers most of the key political and social events from the era and also incorporates several key
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Visual Thinking Strategy Great Depression History Inquiry Lesson Plan
This lesson on the Great Depression as students analyze a photo of a Soup Kitchen from the Canadian archives. Students use visual thinking strategy to think critically about the photo and what it both says and doesn't say. In this way, students learn to "read" the image. An answer key, although not
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Technology in the Roaring Twenties and Great Depression Note-Taking Exercise
This note-taking exercise is designed to encourage students to reconsider the role that technology played on daily life during the 1920s and 1930s. The following items are included in this exercise: insulin, Model T Fords, movies, pablum, radios, and snowmobiles.
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Strands in Canadian History: Canada and the Great Depression, 1929 to 1939
In this note-taking exercise, students are required to fill in the chart below with examples of significant events for each strand, using examples between 1929 and 1939. The following strands are developed: political, economic, social/cultural, technological, and diplomatic. This exercise has serv
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Canada During the Great Depression
This is a power point on the effects of the American Great Depression on Canada
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Canada and the Great Depression
This handout discusses the causes of the Great Depression, and the effects on Canadian lives.
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Causes of the Great Depression (Canada)
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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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1920s Stock Market Game: Ready to Strike it Rich?
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 the game works: - Students will be given shares from different companies with differing
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Communities in Canada Part 5 - Ontario Social Studies Grade 6
Communities in Canada, Past and Present: Part 5 – A Land of Many Perspectives is the fifth part of a full unit bundle to support the revised 2018 Ontario Social Studies Curriculum strand of the same name for Grade 6. Each is sold as a separate resource, as well as being part of the bundle. (You c

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How The Stock Market Works
A very simple graphic organizer explaining how the stock market works. You can use this prior to your unit on the Great Depression and the Stock Market Crash of 1929 to help you explain some of the more simple, general terms that are connected to the stock market.
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