We’re going back in time for dinner…to the 1950s.
Finish learning about French English tensions in Canada throughout the 20th century
“Let’s go back in time for dinner”…to the 1940s!
The Cold War period was a time of international tension and fear. While Canada had to decide its level of involvement in these conflicts and how this would affect our political autonomy, the country was also dealing with national issues that could affect our nation’s existence.
Over the next 2 days you will be learning about the rise in French -English tensions and the creation of the separatist movement.
Canada in the Post WWII Era formative assessment. Have your work available to use and something to write with.
- What were the accomplishments of Prime Ministers in Canada during the 1960s and 1970s ?
*Complete Part I from “Canadian Politics in the 1960s and 1970s” worksheet that you started on Tuesday
- “Back in Time for Dinner – 1970s”
HOMEWORK: Review the key political international events Canada participated in during the Cold War (1950s, 60s, 70s). Bring all materials to class tomorrow for assessment
In today’s class we will look at society in the 1960s and 1970s. Once again, keep an eye out for the theme of “continuity and change”
HOMEWORK: Review Canada’s participation in international events in the Cold War in preparation for Friday’s assessment.
Today’s focus will be to learn about Canada’s role in international conflicts in the 1960s and 1970s.
- Video intro
- Complete the following worksheet
Political Developments in the 1960s and 1970s Cold War
HOMEWORK: Complete today’s worksheet. Study all the international political events in the post WWII era that Canada participated in for Friday’s assessment
Today we will focus on Canada during the 1950s (national issues), looking specifically at social life post WWII. Our theme will be “continuity and change”.
Introduction to the Cold War
Key international organizations and events Canada participated in during the 1950s
a) Complete part III in the package (UN, Korean War, Suez Canal Crisis)
HOMEWORK: Complete all portions of the package ‘Political Developments in the 1950s Cold War’
75th anniversary of D-Day
Good luck on your WWII unit test!
Once you are finished you can begin on the following tasks:
- Create a new folder – Canada post WWII
- Download the learning outcomes and vocab
CHAPTER 6, 7, 8 LEARNING OUTCOMES AND VOCABULARY (PDF)
CHAPTER 6, 7, 8 LEARNING OUTCOMES AND VOCABULARY
- Download and complete the first 2 sections of this package
Political Developments in the 1950s Cold War (FORM)
Political Developments in the 1950s Cold War
- Download and save Chapters 6 and 7 from Counterpoints 2nd edition e-text into your folder as you will need them for this unit
HOMEWORK: Complete the first 2 sections on Political Developments in the 1950s