Monday, October 28, 2019

*Note:  We are using Chapter 2 from Horizons 2nd edition e-text, not Chapter 1 as I had listed on the Learning Outcomes and Vocab.  Sorry!

  1.  Let’s further our learning about the Underground Railroad and make connections to European immigration during the period of the Great Migration
    Compare and Contrast Underground Railroad and Great Migration venn diagram (FORM)
    Compare and Contrast Underground Railroad and Great Migration venn diagram

    READING Underground Railroad Mind Map

  2. Start our movie “Race to Freedom”

Thursday, October 24, 2019

Please download the Learning Outcomes and Vocab for Unit 4

UNIT 4 LEARNING OUTCOMES AND VOCABULARY (PDF)
UNIT 4 LEARNING OUTCOMES AND VOCABULARY

  1.  Review reasons for immigration to BNA between 1815-1850; connect to the theme of continuity and change
  2. Today you will learn about the largest group of immigrants that came to BNA during this time period which is known as the Great Migration
    Immigration to BNA 1815-1850 (PDF)
    Immigration to BNA 1815-1850
  3. What was their journey like?  Let’s complete an activity to find out.

Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Test day!  Please have a pen ready.  Good luck!!

Once you have finished, please complete the following:

  1.  Create a new folder called UNIT 4 within your Socials 9 folder
  2. Open a new document and brainstorm reasons why people move from one country (emigration) to another (immigration).  Save your work into your UNIT 4 folder

 

Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Let’s break down the Election 2019 results!

You’ll be working in a group of 3 to complete today’s review activity.

HOMEWORK:  Study for Unit 3 test tomorrow!

a)  sorting the causes and consequences of the American Revolution and War of 1812

b)  prepare on the written topics:

-In what ways is the American Revolution significant to the history and development of Canada?

-Who gained the most out of the War of 1812:  British, Americans, BNA?  Defend your answer.

Monday, October 21, 2019

Place your War of 1812 trading card on a desk in the room and sit in the center.  Await instructions on your activity today.

HOMEWORK:  Study for unit test

a)  sorting the causes and consequences of the American Revolution and War of 1812

b)  prepare on the written topics:

-In what ways is the American Revolution significant to the history and development of Canada?

-Who gained the most out of the War of 1812:  British, Americans, BNA?  Defend your answer.

Friday, October 18, 2019

  1.  What were the consequences of the War of 1812?  Complete this activity to find out:
    Consequences of the War of 1812 matching activity (FORM)
    Consequences of the War of 1812 matching activity
  2. More class time to work on your War of 1812 trading card

HOMEWORK: 

  1.  Finish your trading card and have a printed version ready to hand in on MONDAY
  2. Study for unit test:  cause/consequence for American Revolution and War of 1812

Thursday, October 17, 2019

UNIT 3 FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT – War of 1812 Trading Card (PDF)
UNIT 3 FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT – War of 1812 Trading Card

Sign up for a topic for your War of 1812 trading card project and begin gathering your research.

Don’t forget – use the textbook (Chapter 9) and the links I’ve provided…save yourself time and be effective!

HOMEWORK:  Work on your trading card project; review causes/consequences of the American Revolution and causes of the War of 1812

Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Today you will be learning about the key events of the War of 1812 through video clips from Canada – A People’s History.

Please complete the following worksheet as you are viewing the videos:

War of 1812 video worksheet (FORM)
War of 1812 video worksheet

HOMEWORK: 

  1.  Preview the unit project – read through the criteria and marking rubric, plus familiarize yourself with the resources to use
    UNIT 3 FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT – War of 1812 Trading Card (PDF)
    UNIT 3 FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT – War of 1812 Trading Card
  2. Study the causes and consequences of the American Revolution and the causes of the War of 1812.