Considering public opinion

In this critical challenge, students use the evidence in primary documents to determine public opinion, during a particular era, about who should be encouraged to immigrate to Canada. Students then write an editorial as it may have appeared in a newspaper during that era, arguing for the three most important attributes of prospective immigrants, according to public opinion.

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