Historical Plays About: The Canadian Shield Region

Historical Plays About: The Canadian Shield Region
Historical Plays About: The Canadian Shield Region
Historical Plays About: The Canadian Shield Region
Historical Plays About: The Canadian Shield Region
Historical Plays About: The Canadian Shield Region
Historical Plays About: The Canadian Shield Region
Historical Plays About: The Canadian Shield Region
Historical Plays About: The Canadian Shield Region
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(6 MB|21 pages)
Product Description
Tired of presentations? Hate the idea of another textbook reading? Then give your students a chance to branch out and ACT out the Social Studies curriculum!

Included in this pack:

1. 4 plays on the Canadian Shield region (each play is 3-4 pages in length, short enough to read through multiple times in a class but long enough to include important information)

2. Easy reference sheet that shows what concepts each play covers (general topics include: role of First Nations in the region, Henry Hudson, Samuel de Champlain, Étienne Brülé, coureurs des bois, Hudson Bay Company, David Thompson, Cree hunters, natural resources of the region and more!)

3. Plays are written in such a way that parts can be combined (such as narrator roles)

4. Tips and tricks sheet gives you ideas on how I approach this concept with my students

Want more? Buy the Historical Plays Mega Bundle instead! On sale and includes 24 plays about the 6 major regions in Canada.
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21 pages
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