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  • ISBN: 978-0-86491-302-9
  • Pages: 208
  • Publication year: 2008
  • Sample lesson/chapter
  • Special themes

    Historical and geographical thinking

  • Format

    Print

  • Type of resource

    Lessons/units/courses

  • Audience

    Teachers

  • Subject area

    History
    Social studies

  • Targeted grade range

    Middle (7-9)
    Senior (10-12)

  • Series

    Critical Challenges Across the Curriculum

  • Language

    English

Exemplars in Historical Thinking: 20th Century Canada

Author(s): Anita Kyriakou, Charles Leskun, Garfield Gini-Newman, Ian Pettigrew, Jan Haskings-Winner, Jennifer Watt, Larry O'Malley, Linda Mowatt, Mike Bowman, Mike Clare, Rick Olma, Tim Dingwall

$32.95

Guide students to use six historical thinking concepts to think more deeply about a wide range of historical events and people, using examples from 20th century Canada.

Related resource | Teaching Historical Thinking

Introduce students to six interrelated concepts central to their ability to think critically about history using clear explanations of each concept, teaching suggestions for applying them throughout the curriculum and an extended teaching example. Learn more.

Ministry approvals

This title is Ministry approved for use in the following subjects, grade levels and provinces: History: 11 (Manitoba)