Roch Carrier's "The Hockey Sweater" in Canadian History

Roch Carrier's "The Hockey Sweater" in Canadian History
Roch Carrier's "The Hockey Sweater" in Canadian History
Roch Carrier's "The Hockey Sweater" in Canadian History
Roch Carrier's "The Hockey Sweater" in Canadian History
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In this post-reading or post-viewing exercise, students are required to re-examine the true significance of Roch Carrier's classic, "The Hockey Sweater." The exercise begins with an examination of several key definitions of the following terms: allegory, allusion, subliminal message, and undertones. Next, students are asked to comment on nine carefully selected quotations from the story. This is followed by ten questions and several follow-ups for the class to explore as a group, which should foster a greater understanding of the Richard Riot in 1955, the Quiet Revolution, and the two Referendums on Quebec Separatism in 1980 and 1995. At the end of the exercise is a listing of sources for further study, which includes a link to the National Film Board of Canada's adaptation of Carrier's classic.
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2 pages
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1 hour
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