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Canada and the Cold War, 1955 to 1968, Note-Taking Exercise

Canada and the Cold War, 1955 to 1968, Note-Taking Exercise
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Significant Events in the Cold War, 1956 to 1968, is a note-taking exercise in which students are required to examine eleven crucial events during the middle phase period of the Cold War. These events include the following: Suez Crisis, 29 October to 7 November, 1956; Cancellation of the Avro Arrow, 1959; and Lester Pearson’s Temple University Speech, 2 April 1965. In the accompanying boxes, students must describe the events and discuss their overall significance in the history to the Cold War from a Canadian perspective. This exercise has proven to be applicable to virtually all textbooks used in high school history courses.
Total Pages
1 page
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
1 hour
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