Monthly Archives: June 2012

O Canada!


We are thrilled to announce that our Canadian History Task Card Set is available and ready to ship.

This K-8 course is comprised of discovery-oriented tasks designed to facilitate engaged learning about Canadian History. Your students will investigate and explore Canadian culture and history through engaged learning designed to introduce and reinforce key content related to Canadian History. Task Card Sets include a Course Introduction and a set of task cards for student use. This course is comprehensive and the recommended literature is especially rich. Enjoy!



                                            
    

Through June 19 receive $5 off with promotion code: CANADA.

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Canadian History Scope and Sequence


1 – First Nations


 


2 – European Explorers


 


3 – Early Settlements and First Colonies


 


4 – New France


Biography – Samuel de Champlain


 


5 – New France, Indian Wars


 


6 – New France, Voyageurs


Biography – Pierre de LaVerendrye


 


7 – Acadia


 


8 – Seven Years’ War


Biography – General Montcalm


 


9 – Canadian British Colonies


 


10 – Pioneers and Colonies


 


11 – War of 1812


Biography – General Isaac Brock


Biography – Tecumseh


 


12 – Rebellion of 1837


 


13 – Immigration


 


14 – Underground Railroad


 


15 – The Metis and the Buffalo


 


16 – Opening of the West


 


17 – Western Settlers and Aboriginal Lands


Biography – Maskepetoon


 


18 – Arctic Exploration


 


19 – Confederation


Prime Minister – John A. Macdonald


 


20 – Fenian Uprising, Riel Rebellion


Biography – Louis Riel


 


21 – Klondike Gold Rush


Biography – Martha Munger


 


22 – Life in the 1800s


 


23 – A New Era, Turn-of-the Century


Biography – L.M. Montgomery


Biography – Nellie McClung


 


24 – World War One


 


25 – Changing Times


 


26 – The Great Depression


 


27 – World War Two


 


28 – Cold War, Oil Boom


Biography – Farley Mowat


 


29 – Quebec Nationalism and First Nations


 


30 – Canadian Achievement and Equal Rights