How did Canada become involved in WWII?
Expert groups for WWII battles jigsaw
WWII Battles Jigsaw (FORM)
WWII Battles Jigsaw
Battle of Britain
Hong Kong/ Pearl Harbour
Please email your Infographic to email@example.com or post to Edublog
Create a new folder CANADA AND WWII and download the following items:
CHAPTER 5 LEARNING OUTCOMES AND VOCABULARY
CHAPTER 5 LEARNING OUTCOMES AND VOCABULARY (PDF)
Rise of Totalitarianism and the Road to WWII (FORM)
Rise of Totalitarianism and the Road to WWII
We’ll being the unit by looking at the rise of dictatorships in Europe and road to WWII, in addition to how the League of Nations was unable to stop aggressive actions. Lastly, we’ll look into the rise of anti-Semitism around the world, including Canada.
HOMEWORK: Complete package ‘Rise of Totalitarianism and the Road to WWII’
Videos on the Great Depression – take notes on ideas that you can use for your Infographic
More time in class to work on your Infographic
HOMEWORK: Complete infographic assignment – due Tuesday, May 21
Day 2 to work on your Great Depression Infographic
Today we will begin the Great Depression unit
- How did we go from the “Roaring 20s” to the “Dirty 30s”?
- Review Infographic assignment
- Let’s get started! You will have Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday in class to work on your assignment – it is due TUESDAY, MAY 21
HOMEWORK: Great Depression Infographic
In class essay write.
Be sure to leave time to proofread your writing and edit for spelling and grammar. When your essay is complete email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out your assignment for the next section of the Interwar Unit
FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT – Great Depression Infographic
You asked for it…you got it! DAY 4 of essay prep.
Here is your chance to finalize your outline, get support and feedback, and polish up your writing.
HOMEWORK: Bring a completed outline to class on TUESDAY for the inclass essay write.
DAY 3 of essay preparation
Your focus today is to write Body paragraph #2 (Social) and #3 (Economic), in addition to a conclusion paragraph.
Be sure to include and analyze the events for each category: 6 Political, 5 Social, 2 Economic.
Please ask for help and feedback on your work!
HOMEWORK: Continue working on your essay outline = Body 1, Body 2, Body 3. Bring your outline to class on Monday for a final day of essay prep.
Welcome Mr. Chan – thank you for helping us this week!
Today is DAY 1 of essay prep – analyzing the level of autonomy Canada had in the 1920s (political, social, economic).
Have your 3 coloured pens ready as we will start with categorization, then analysis.
At the end of the class we will create a word bank that will help you connect your graphs with level of autonomy.
HOMEWORK: Analyze all 13 events in regards to the level of autonomy