This resource is the fifth of an online or offline activity series about New France. The resources may be bought individually or in a discounted bundle. Please see the links below.
To use this resource students need to have access to www.canadianencyclopedia.com OR must be provided with a paper copy of the article if internet access is not practical. Due to copyright restrictions I cannot include the article in my resource, however you as a teacher may make paper copies for use in the classroom. The article may be seen here:
This resource consists of 19 statements based on the information provided in the artlcle. The statements are in chronological order and the headers used in the article are included to guide students. This resource only covers the first SEVEN sections of the resource, which deals with New France and Acadia.
The statements are presented in two formats: One with lines for answers, but no “corrections needed” hints and one without lines but with “corrections needed” hints. This allows the classroom teacher to use flexibility when using the resource with his/her students.
A full answer key is included.
The other resources may be seen by following the links below (the first link will take you to the bundle):
New France Bundle of 5 Resources
New France: Slavery
New France: Indigenous and French Relations
New France: The Seigneurial System
New France: The Fur Trade