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  • ISBN: 628634328118
  • Pages: 50 cards
  • Publication year: 2017
  • Sample lesson/chapter
  • Flyer
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  • Special themes

    Historical and geographical thinking

  • Format

    Print

  • Type of resource

    Snapshots in Time

  • Audience

    Students
    Teachers

  • Subject area

    History
    Social studies

  • Targeted grade range

    Intermediate (4-6)
    Middle (7-9)
    Senior (10-12)

  • Series

    Significant Events in Canadian History

  • Language

    English

Snapshots in Time: Significant Events in Canadian History Set 1

Author(s): Lindsay Gibson
Publisher(s): The Critical Thinking Consortium

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Includes 50 cards focused on significant events in Canadian history.

Can be used as an entertaining game or an effective learning resource for teaching and assessing historical thinking (instructions included).

Card size: 2.5" x 3.5"

The Snapshots in Time Significant Events in Canadian History series includes three sets of 50 cards focused on significant events in the history of what became known as Canada from pre-history to present day.
Snapshots in Time draws on research supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council.
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This set is also available in French: Clichés d'histoire

Related resource | Snapshots in Time: Significant Events in Canadian History Set 2

Use the 50 visual timeline cards as a game, learning tool, learning resource or assessment strategy to help your students investigate well-known historical events that are commonly included in grades 4-12 curricula across Canada. Learn more.

Related resource | Snapshots in Time: Adapted Version Set 3

Use the 50 visual timeline cards as a game, learning tool, learning resource or assessment strategy to help your students investigate well-known historical events that are commonly included in grades 4-12 curricula across Canada. Accessible for all learners. Learn more.

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.

Related resource | Exemplars in Historical Thinking: 20th Century Canada

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. Learn more.