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The Post-World War II Era in Canada, A People's History

The Post-World War II Era in Canada, A People's History
The Post-World War II Era in Canada, A People's History
The Post-World War II Era in Canada, A People's History
The Post-World War II Era in Canada, A People's History
The Post-World War II Era in Canada, A People's History
The Post-World War II Era in Canada, A People's History
The Post-World War II Era in Canada, A People's History
The Post-World War II Era in Canada, A People's History
Product Description
The following documentary guide is designed to enhance your students’ viewing of Canada, A People’s History, one of the most popular documentaries the CBC has ever produced. This package deals with episodes between 1945 and 1965, covering the successes of the St. Laurent years, the immigration and economic booms, the defection of Igor Gouzenko, the red scare of the 1950s, the growth of suburbia and consumerism, Canada's love affairs with Elvis Presley and Hockey Night in Canada, the rise of Tommy Douglas and the expansion of health care, the origins of the Quiet Revolution, and the transition from Diefenbaker to Pearson. Each episode is briefly prefaced to establish context before viewing, and when it is necessary, key terms have been added. Each episode also contains questions for note-taking and class discussion.
Total Pages
8 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
1 Week
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