Please save the Learning Outcomes and Vocabulary for Unit 5 into your folder.
UNIT 5 LEARNING OUTCOMES AND VOCABULARY (PDF)
UNIT 5 LEARNING OUTCOMES AND VOCABULARY
The BNA colonies were feeling internal and external pressures mid 1800s and the idea of uniting together to solve these pressures was re-considered (remember Lord Durham had proposed it first?!).
Let’s learn more about the challenges facing the colonies that will lead them to entertain creating a united BNA.
Building a Nation – Towards Confederation student version (FORM)
Building a Nation – Towards Confederation student version
Test day! Please have a pencil and pen ready. Good luck!
Once you are finished, please work on the following:
- Create a new folder in SS9 called “UNIT 5 CONFEDERATION”
- Download this worksheet
Victorian Times and Aboriginal Peoples (FORM)
Victorian Times and Aboriginal Peoples
- Use remaining class time to complete it using Horizons 2nd edition e-text Chapter 3 ‘Building a Nation’
HOMEWORK: Finish worksheet on Aboriginals in the Victorian Era
Review day! Please form groups of 4 – winners from Unit 1 will be facing off against each other 🙂
TGT REVIEW UNIT 4 (PDF)
TGT REVIEW UNIT 4
HOMEWORK: Study for Unit 4 test
- Key ideas from yesterday’s activity on the Lord Durham Report
- England has been presented with some solutions to avoid future rebellions or revolutions. What will England do with this report? Will the colonies be given responsible government?
Long Term Consequences of the Rebellions 1837-38 student version (FORM)
Long Term Consequences of the Rebellions 1837-38 student version
HOMEWORK: Study for Unit 4 test (Tuesday)
We’ve studied how reformers wanted to change the colonial government in Upper Canada and Lower Canada. They tried using violence to achieve this change in 1837 ad 1838 but the rebellions were unsuccessful.
So what next? Will Britain realize the discontent and make the colonial government more democratic? Will Britain punish the colonies for rebelling? Complete this activity to learn more about the aftermath.
Lord Durham Report questions (FORM)
Lord Durham Report questions
READINGS for Lord Durham Report questions
HOMEWORK: Complete Lord Durham report worksheet; study for Unit 4 test
Today’s focus will be to understand how reformers tried to achieve change to the colonial governments in Upper Canada and Lower Canada.
Causes, Events, and Outcomes of the 1837 and 1838 Rebellions (FORM)
Causes, Events, and Outcomes of 1837 and 1838 Rebellions
HOMEWORK: Study for Unit 4 test
CALENDAR ALERT! Unit 4 test will be Tuesday, April 16. See HW board in class for specifics
- Formative Assessment check in – grievances in Upper Canada
- Grievances in Lower Canada guided notes
- Video clip
- Formative Assessment check in – grievances in Upper and Lower Canada
HOMEWORK: Review guided notes on grievances in Upper and Lower Canada in preparation for Formative Assessment activity at the start of class Wednesday
- How did the influx of immigrants during the Great Migration impact First Nations in BNA?
You’ve been studying the social change that occurred in BNA between 18150-1850; this social change will bring with it political and economic change too. Those already living in BNA, as well as new arrivals, had grievances they wanted addressed. What were they? How were they similar and different in Upper Canada and Lower Canada?
Troubles in Colonial BNA student version (FORM)
Troubles in Colonial BNA student version
HOMEWORK: Review grievances in Upper Canada
- Finish “Race to Freedom”
- Review Unit 3 assessment
- Core Competency reflection on Edublog
HOMEWORK: Complete Core Competency reflection on Edublog