End of War

Versailles – David Lloyd George

Versailles – Georges Clemenceau

Versailles – Woodrow Wilson


Apply Your Knowledge:

  • Review the terms of the Treaty of Versailles and read “Why did the victors not get everything they wanted?” (optional but very helpful)
  • Explain which country got the best deal out of the Treaty of Versailles.
    • Make reference to the treaty terms and explain how it benefits a certain country . (League of Nations, Self-Determination, Reparations, Anschluss, Rhineland, etc.)

End of WWInotes

Conditions on the Front

Apply Your Knowledge:

You will receive a letter from a relative/friend back home in Canada. You will write a letter back which includes:

  1. A response to the letter you received.
    • Give them a mark out of 6 (War Measures Act, Enlistment/CEF, Propaganda, Women’s Roles, Economy, Opinion)
    • –Bonus if you work it into your letter creatively
    • Take a picture of the letter you received and post it with your response.
  2. Conditions on the war front (land, sea, and air)
  3. BONUS: Events of ONE battle (Ypres, Somme, Vimy, Passchendaele)


Review pages: 36,40-42, 44

WWI Airsealandnotes

The War in Europe

WWI Battles Map

Attain Your Knowledge:

Discussion/presentation questions:

  1. Summarize what they write about and to who.
  2. Provide quotes to show how happy they were being in the war.
  3. What evidence do they provide that shows why they are fighting or what they are fighting for?
  4. What seems to be the morale of the soldiers at this point in the war? Provide evidence.






Extra Practice:

WWI – BattlesChart

Canada at the Turn of the Century (20th Century)


1.In a group, look over the images for your city

2.Pretend that these are old photos in your photo album and create a fictional explanation of what was happening (what was life like?)

3.Create a backstory that includes all your group members

4.Present your photos to the class

Winnipeg Vancouver Toronto Quebec City Montreal Calgary


Review pages 6-19 as in introduction to the 20th Century (a bit of a review from last year)

Canada’s Environmental Record

Apply Your Knowledge:

Key Question: Does Canada Deserve a “Green” reputation?

  •  In your answer, use a knowledge of the Montreal Protocol (p437), Rio Earth Summit, Kyoto Protocol (p444 & 446) and Copenhagen Summit (p447), Paris Climate Conference


Include an analysis (state the name of the article) of 1 Environment Canada news article as evidence of your argument above

  •  Summarize the news article and analyze their sincerity to environmental sustainability
  •  Think critically about the policies, are they really being environmentally friendly?


Chapters 11-13 Unit Review Vocab: