PICTURE DAY 🙂
Today we will apply learning from yesterday to compare and contrast the immigration experiences of Europeans and Black Slaves during the Great Migration.
The worksheet can be found in your Class Notebook and the PowerPoint and reading are located in Teams – Unit 4 channel – Files
Today we will be starting Unit 4 – BNA 1815-1850.
- Brainstorming reasons people move from one location to another
- Categorizing push/pull factors
- Learning through a PowerPoint – what were the key events of the Great Migration
- Terry Fox trivia
Unit 3 assessment – let’s get to work demonstrating knowledge!
This assessment is due at the end of class. Good luck!
- Review the Consequences of the War of 1812
- Reinforcement activity on the causes/consequences of the American Revolution and War of 1812
- Introduce Unit 3 assessment which will be completed in class tomorrow
HOMEWORK: Select your topic for the Unit 3 assessment and what style of “poem” you will make; review the causes/consequences for your chosen topic
Tensions remained in North America after the American Revolution and will once again rear up to violent action in the early 1800s. Today’s focus will be to understand the causes, events, and outcomes of the War of 1812.
- Overview of the causes of War of 1812
- Video clips to learn about the events
- Understanding the consequences for those involved (Britain, America, BNA, First Nations)
All activities are in your Class Notebook.
- Review the events of the American Revolution
- What were the consequences of the American Revolution?
- New governing policy for British colonies – Constitutional Act 1791
All activities can be found in your Class Notebook.
Today is Orange Shirt Day, a day to honour residential school survivors, learn how this legacy has impacted Indigenous communities, and identify how we can be an ally in reconciliation.
We will be doing a number of activities together as a class.
Today we will begin Unit 3 – Turmoil in the Colonies
- Review how governing policies in Quebec impacted the Thirteen Colonies
- Overview the stages of a revolution
- Concept attainment – what is democracy?
- Causes of the American Revolution
- Go back to the stages of a revolution – which ones apply to the American Revolution?
All tasks can be found in your Class Notebook on Teams
- Review the terms of the Royal Proclamation and its historical significance to First Nations land claims and a cause of the American Revolution
The British were unsuccessful at assimilating the Canadiens under the Royal Proclamation. So it is back to the drawing board to create a new governing policy – the Quebec Act 1774. Let’s explore this in more detail.
2. Complete p. 12 – terms of Quebec Act
3. Complete p. 13 – how did various groups feel about the Quebec Act? (historical perspective)
4. Complete p. 14 – compare and contrast the RP 1763 and the QA 1774