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Canadian History PowerPoint Presentation with Student Notes

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Side Show: 10 slides, Google Drive Notes: 2 Slides, Paper Notes: 3 Pages, Teacher Instruction Pages
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This presentation about important events in Canadian History is perfect for your grade 5 Alberta Social Studies classroom. It comes with a PowerPoint version and a Google Slides TM version. This slide deck is an introduction to major events in Canada's past such as the Statute of Westminster, the creation of the Canadian flag, and the creation of Nunavut.

Included are three different options for student notes. The first is a digital option that uses Google Slides TM. The second option is a paper copy of an Interactive Notebook Mini Book (perfect for Social Studies Interactive Notebooks!). The third is a simple two page printable document.

What is Included?

• Teacher Guide

• Printable Interactive Note Mini Book

• Printable note taker

• Digital Note Organizer

• Powerpoint Presentation

• Google Slides TM presentation

The following outcomes from the Grade 5 Alberta Program of Studies are covered:

5.3.5 assess, critically, how historical events shaped collective identity in the Canadian context by exploring and reflecting upon the following questions and issues:

•How was the Statute of Westminster a recognition of Canada as a country? (C, I, TCC)

•How did Lester B. Pearson’s initiative within the United Nations contribute to Canada’s identity as a peacekeeping country? (GC, I, PADM)

•How did the adoption of the Canadian flag affect collective identity within Canada? (I, LPP)

•How was the patriation of the Constitution in 1982 a step toward nationhood? (GC, I, PADM)

•How is the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms a symbol of Canada’s emerging identity? (I, PADM)

•What factors led to the creation of Nunavut? (I, CC, LPP, PADM)

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask in the Q&A section and don’t forget to check out the preview!

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Side Show: 10 slides, Google Drive Notes: 2 Slides, Paper Notes: 3 Pages, Teacher Instruction Pages
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