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Canada and the 1980s: A Fun Primary Source Activity!

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This is a neat activity where students view primary news footage of important Canadian and world events from the 1980s. Students will then interview someone who lived during the 1980s and remembers these events.

Some of the events focussed on include:

- The Fall of the Berlin Wall
- The Montreal Massacre
- Terry Fox' Marathon of Hope
- Tianamen Square
- Ben Johnson's Olympic Gold

This is a part of a unit:

Years of Change Unit


Also a part of a complete course:

Complete Canadian History Course
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5
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Teaching Duration
90 Minutes

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Canada and the 1980s: A Fun Primary Source Activity!
Canada and the 1980s: A Fun Primary Source Activity!