Canada's Confederation

Canada's Confederation
Canada's Confederation
Canada's Confederation
Canada's Confederation
Canada's Confederation
Canada's Confederation
Canada's Confederation
Canada's Confederation
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How Did Confederation Form Canada?

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In this product students will research the:

1. Reasons why each province and territory joined Confederation
2. Date each joined Confederation
3. Important People involved in the decision to join Confederation
4. Shape of each province or territory prior to confederation.

Students will complete:

1. Research and Pennant with facts (reasons, date, people, shape prior to Confederation)
Use books, videos, text books or online sources of information.
I use for all but Nova Scotia. I find that the previous website is not sufficient for Nova Scotia, so I use The text on the website is a bit more difficult than the Collections Canada one so I try to give Nova Scotia to a good reader.

2. A Presentation (I have students tell about what they learn and place their pennant under the document camera. No worksheet provided for this)

3. Listening and Recording Sheet (If you choose to have students present thier research, then students listening to the presentation can fill in information on each province and territory. I like using the sheet as it keeps students who are listening accountable while other students are presenting)

4. Time line showing each Province and Territory’s Confederation date

5. Worksheet that requires students use the timeline they constructed

What is Included:

-1 Pennant for each of Canada’s Provinces and Territories. You may wish to blow up the pennant on the photocopier.

-1 Listening and Recording Sheet for use when students to present their pennants to the class.

-1 timeline -students use the information during presentations to complete the timeline.

-1 pocket to glue into notebooks. Add glue to bottom and sides and place onto a notebork page. The timeline can be slid into the pocket once the glue is dry

-1 worksheet asking students to interpret the timeline they created.

- Suggested Answers for the pennants (does not include maps) and Listening and Recording sheet. As well there is an answer key for the time line and the worksheet.


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