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Refer to the #OurStoriesOurVoices 3-poster collection to start a discussion with students.
In this lesson students learn to identify and evaluate historical significance by designing a commemorative coin that features a person, place, thing, or event in Canadian history.
In this lesson students learn to locate primary sources online to create a class database for future historical inquiry projects.
Canada’s National History Society is proud to introduce #OurStoriesOurVoices, a new national youth program that gives students aged 9 to 18 the opportunity to explore a story that is important in their community’s past and to share the people, places, events, and objects that illuminate our diverse past.
Veterans Affairs offers free, bilingual resources, in hard copy and electronic formats, so students 5 to 18 years old can learn about those who served and why we honour them.
In this activity, students will learn about Madeleine Parent and the history of workers’ rights in Canada.
Use the Summer 2017 issue of Kayak to help your students match these laws to the places that have/made them!
Use this twelve-question quiz to get your students reading and thinking about the Battle of Beaumont Hamel.