The Grade 10, CHC 2D, Unit 1: Canada, 1914 - 1929
activity packet is aligned with the Ontario Canada and World Studies curriculum document. This packet has students explore Canada between 1914 and 1929 using a variety of lenses such as a social, economic and political lens. Students explore how individuals, organizations, and social changes contributed to the development of identity, citizenship, and heritage. Students also explore how national and international events, trends and developments affected groups in Canada. The main portion of this unit focuses on World War 1 and the impact of the war on Canadian society.
Overall Expectations Addressed:
- Social, Economic and Political Context: Describe some key social, economic, and political events, trends, and developments between 1914 and 1929, and assess their significance for different groups in Canada.
- Communities, Conflict, and Cooperation: Analyze some key interactions within and between different communities in Canada, and between Canada and the international community, from 1914 to 1929, and how they affected Canadian society and politics.
- Identity, Citizenship, and Heritage: Explain how various individuals, organizations, and specific social changes between 1914 and 1929 contributed to the development of identity, citizenship, and heritage in Canada.
- National and international events, trends, and developments during this period affected various groups in Canada in different ways.
- This was a period of major conflict and change in Canada and abroad.
- During this period, predominant attitudes towards women, and towards immigrants, First Nations, Metis, Inuit, and other minority groups, affected the development of Canadian identity and citizenship.
Lesson 1.1: Introducing the Unit
Lesson 1.2: The Beginning of a War
Lesson 1.3: Canada and the War
Lesson 1.4: Life at War
Lesson 1.5: Consequences of War
Lesson 1.6: Treaty of Versailles
Lesson 1.7: Social and Political Conflict
Lesson 1.8: Contribution of Group
Lesson 1.9: The Roaring Twenties
Lesson 1.10: Cultural Communities
Lesson 1.11: Women's Roles
Lesson 1.12: First Nations
Lesson 1.13: Historical Figures
Lesson 1.14: Bringing it Together
Activities, Readings and Assignments:
This packet includes 63 activities, 5 posters, 8 rubrics, 11 readings and 4 assignments.
Assignment 1.1: Canada & Battles during WW1
Assignment 1.2: Historical Figures
Assignment 1.3: Canada, 1914 - 1929
Assignment 1.4: Canada, 1914 - 1929 Reflection Journal
There are also 4 exit cards and 3 reflections presented in this packet.
Please note that there are no answer keys provided in this packet. Student responses are based on the information they have researched, and any information needed for the responses can be found in readings and on supplemental websites. There is no quiz or test presented in this packet. Students demonstrate their understanding in other ways.
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