One hundred years to rant and rave

In this three-part critical challenge, students use briefing sheets and time lines to develop a profile of the most important aspects of the experiences of an assigned group (Aboriginal, Chinese, European, Japanese or South Asian) in Canada from 1700 to 1907. Based on this profile, students assess the extent to which members of the group had a sense of "Canadian-ness" as part of their identity and present their assessment in a speech to the rest of the class.

Subjects:
History, Social studies
Targeted grade range:
Middle (7-9), Senior (10-12)
Intended User:
Teacher
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