Commmunities in Canada // BRITISH FRENCH RIVALRY // History // Social Studies
This lesson focusses on the tension between the British and French in North America between 1600-1800AD. Reading material includes key concepts related to the Thirteen Colonies, New France, Quebec, the Ohio River Valley Region, trade posts, key settlements, Catholic missions, The Great Peace of Montreal, the Treaty of Utrecht, the Seven Years War, the Treaty of Paris, and more!
Students are also given two open-ended tasks related to how cultures establish a claim for land, and how cultures navigate their relationship in order to build a society when they meet. Done well, these tasks represent 30 minutes of class work / homework.
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This lesson is part of a wider unit I am developing on communities in Canada. Each entry in the series focuses on a unique culture or region in Canada and the historical context surrounding it.
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Communities in Canada - An Introduction
Communities in Canada - The French
Communities in Canada - The First Nations
Communities in Canada - The Acadians
Communities in Canada - Newfoundland
Communities in Canada - British and French Rivalry
Communities in Canada – The United Empire Loyalists
Communities in Canada – The Metis
Communities in Canada - The Settlers of Canada's West
Communities in Canada – British Columbia: The First Nations and Explorers
Communities in Canada – British Columbia: Chinese and Japanese Settlers
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