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Conscription Debate Representing Different Groups in Canada

Conscription Debate Representing Different Groups in Canada
Conscription Debate Representing Different Groups in Canada
Conscription Debate Representing Different Groups in Canada
Conscription Debate Representing Different Groups in Canada
Conscription Debate Representing Different Groups in Canada
Conscription Debate Representing Different Groups in Canada
Conscription Debate Representing Different Groups in Canada
Conscription Debate Representing Different Groups in Canada
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For this debate, students will be divided into one of five different groups:
1.) Initial Ingredient Nations (Aboriginal Peoples)
2.) Vegetable Village (English Canadians)
3.) Poutine Plains (French Canadians)
4.) Stir Fry Island (Immigrants)
5.) Barley Barns (Farmers)
Each group represents a certain group in Canada that each had different stances on the implementation of Conscription during WWI.
"Stew State and its colonizer of Soup Land have decided to enter a war overseas. You as a group will decide why or why not you want to support conscription. Formulate your ideas into the worksheet provided. Each group must delegate a recorder/secretary and one defendant to plead their case."

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