History / Character Ed: Teaching Biculturalism v. Assimilation

History / Character Ed: Teaching Biculturalism v. Assimilation
History / Character Ed: Teaching Biculturalism v. Assimilation
History / Character Ed: Teaching Biculturalism v. Assimilation
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This is a lesson plan that involves an interactive activity where I teach my students (generally in History {New France}) about Biculturalism, Assimilation, Ethnocentrism, and Multiculturalism. I teach them about these topics through a narrative and via media (links included). Ive taken the opportunity to have my students act as the different groups while they explore my narrative. My students learned about important decisions that were made at the Seven Years War that ultimately shaped our country. At its very basic, this is a lesson that can be taught for character education as we learn about how we engage different cultures.

Created by Ryan Richards
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45 Minutes

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History / Character Ed: Teaching Biculturalism v. Assimilation
History / Character Ed: Teaching Biculturalism v. Assimilation
History / Character Ed: Teaching Biculturalism v. Assimilation
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