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New France: Royal Colony in New France Graphic Organizer

New France: Royal Colony in New France Graphic Organizer
Product Description
Teacher of Habit History Graphic Organizer Series presents this ease-to-use graphic organizer for understanding how the Royal Colony in New France worked.

Description:
When New France was not prospering, the King of France decided to take over. He created a hierarchy system that put him in absolute power. The Sovereign Council was in charge of New France now and through this graphic organizer, your students will learn the important roles of Jean Talon, Francois de Laval, and Comte de Frontenac.


This Product:
The graphic organizer is designed on 11 x 17 paper, which makes it easy for students to fill out and have all the information available to them in one place.

If you don't have 11 x 17 paper, pages 3 and 4 of the product are on regular sized paper.

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Keywords: Colonial Canada, History, Canadian History, Jean Talon, Francois de Laval, and Comte de Frontenac, Royal Government, New France, note taking, reading for information, important information, main idea


Total Pages
4 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
1 hour
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