Thursday, March 12, 2020

  1.  Review activity on the causes and consequences of the American Revolution and the War of 1812
  2. Unit 3 assessment – to be completed in class on Friday
    UNIT 3 FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT – Poetric Representation of Cause and Consequence (PDF)
    UNIT 3 FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT – Poetric Representation of Cause and Consequence

HOMEWORK:  Review assessment criteria and make these decisions before tomorrow’s class:

a)  Completing the assessment on my own or with a partner?
b)  Am I demonstrating my knowledge on the American Revolution or War of 1812
c)  What type of poetic format will I be using?
d)  Am I going to create the poem digitally or on paper?

Tuesday, March 10, 2020

North America will be gripped by conflict again less than 40 years after the American Revolution.

America and Britain will once again be locked in a battle that will be fought on the continent.

  1.  Causes of the War of 1812
    War of 1812 (March 2019) PDF
    War of 1812 (March 2019)
  2. Events of the War of 1812 through video clips
    War of 1812 video worksheet (FORM)
    War of 1812 video worksheet

HOMEWORK:  Review causes/consequences of the American Revolution and causes of the War of 1812.

Monday, March 9, 2020

  1.  HW check and review American Revolution questions
  2. Understanding the consequences of the American Revolution for America and British North America (Quebec and Nova Scotia colonies)
    Consequences of the American Revolution chart (FORM)
    Consequences of the American Revolution chart
  3. As a result of the American Revolution, Britain creates a new governing policy for the BNA colonies entitled Constitutional Act 1791.  What are the details of this Act and what reaction did different groups have to it?
    Constitutional Act 1791 (FORM)
    Constitutional Act 1791

    READING for Constitutional Act 1791 (PDF)

HOMEWORK: 

  1.  Complete Constitutional Act 1791 worksheet (both sides)
  2. Review Causes and Consequences of the American Revolution in preparation for assessment activity on Friday

Friday, March 6, 2020

We are going to use our knowledge about the causes of the American Revolution to analyze and interpret political cartoons.

Common Political Cartoon Devices (PDF)
Common Political Cartoon Devices

Political Cartoons of the American Revolution interpreting primary sources
Political Cartoons of the American Revolution interpreting primary sources (FORM)

What were the events of the American Revolution?

The American Revolution questions (FORM)
The American Revolution questions

READING for American Revolution questions (PDF)

HOMEWORK:  Complete questions on the American Revolution

Thursday, March 5, 2020

Today we will being UNIT 3.  Create a new folder within your SS9 folder and download this:

UNIT 3 LEARNING OUTCOMES AND VOCABULARY (PDF)
UNIT 3 LEARNING OUTCOMES AND VOCABULARY

The British strategy for governing Quebec has been finalized, but the British now have issues to solve with the Thirteen Colonies.  There are specific issues the 13 Colonists have with the colonial system and decisions with the Quebec colony have added a layer of conflict.

  1.  How have the Royal Proclamation and the Quebec Act angered the 13 Colonies
  2. What were the key causes of the American Revolution?
    Causes of the American Revolution guided notes
  3. Stages of a revolution
  4. Concept attainment – What is democracy?
    Concept Attainment – What is democracy (FORM)
    Concept Attainment – What is democracy

Tuesday, March 3, 2020

  1.  Post p.11 paragraph to your Edublog
    a.  Title – British Govern Quebec
    b.  Tag – British Govern Quebec
    c.  Categorize under ‘Social Studies 9’
  2. Which of the 5 options will Britain choose?  Their choice will be formalized in the Royal Proclamation 1763.  How well do the Governors fair under this policy?
    a.  Video intro
    b.  Complete pages 12 and 13 in your Learning Booklet

HOMEWORK:  Complete pages 12 and 13

Monday, March 2, 2020

We ended last week looking at 3 key battles during the Seven Years War that occurred within North America – Louisbourg, Ohio Valley, and Quebec City.

The British have defeated the French at Quebec, but the French have not yet surrendered New France.  How will Britain ultimately push France off the continent?  What will be the fate of the French Canadiens inhabitants now that they are under British control?

  1. Complete pages 9, 10, and 11 in the Learning Booklet using your Canada Revisited PDF readings.

HOMEWORK:  Have all 3 pages completed for tomorrow.