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  • ISBN: 978-0-86491-312-8
  • Pages: 192
  • Publication year: 2009
  • 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

    Pivotal Voices

  • Language

    English

Exploring Identity, Inclusion and Citizenship: The 1907 Vancouver Riots

Author(s): Christine Stewart, Donna Lee, Elizabeth Byrne-Lo, Jennifer Hales, Mike Perry-Whittingham, Paula Waatainen, Rick Beardsley
Publisher(s): Co-published by The Critical Thinking Consortium, the British Columbia Teachers' Federation and Anniversaries of Change with the support of the Law Foundation of British Columbia

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Using the 1907 Vancouver Riots, students explore themes of identity, inclusion and citizenship from the perspectives of five key groups.

Two sets of supplementary documents are included with the purchase of this book. Additional sets are available for purchase from our Online shop.

This resource is amazing. The blackline masters and the primary documents can be used in all kinds of ways and places. It's not just for grade 10/11 social studies.

—Teacher, British Columbia

I would put this in my (school) library and use it with the intermediate grades.

—Teacher, British Columbia

You have actually managed to create something for the classroom that lets all voices speak with equal authority. This is the first time I have ever seen this in a learning resource.

—Teacher, British Columbia