I'm always looking for ways to make learning about Canadian Confederation more engaging.This product provides students with the opportunity to think critically and gain a greater understanding of the challenges faced leading up to, during and after Canadian Confederation. This hands on assignment is easy to introduce, assess and the learning is meaningful- a perfect addition to any classroom.
Included in this product:
1. "A How To Use This Resource Guide"- which fully explains 4 different ways you can use the scenario cards in your classroom
2. 10 historically accurate scenario cards that introduce real people, ideas and events related to Canadian Confederation in a meaningful way
3. 10 written response forms for students with a scenario at the top and a rubric included for easy assessment
4. A slideshow rubric if you choose to allow your students to showcase their thinking through a slideshow format
Topics covered: First Nation rights, Louis Riel, Sir John A. Macdonald, Nova Scotia hesitation to joining the Confederation, George Etienne Cartier, the selling of Rupert's Bay, the takeover of First Nation land by the government, the Indian Act of 1876 and more!