"Canada's Government: The Prime Minister" includes two differentiated reading texts ("Justin Trudeau, Canada's Prime Minister" and "The Role of the Prime Minister") written at two levels for a total of four text pages. The second text is a brief, very rudimentary look at the role of the PM, I expect teachers will be able to expand on the information that I have included.
Canadian History: The Klondike Gold Rush Differentiated Texts with Activities
Canadian History - The Klondike Gold Rush Differentiated Texts with Activities
Canadian History: The Halifax Explosion of 1917 Differentiated Texts, Activities
One hundred years ago the Halifax Harbour was rocked by a massive man made explosion like nothing the world had seen to that point. This resource tells the story of that horrific event linked to WWI. The Halifax Explosion (1917) includes three reading texts (Parts 1-3) written at two levels for
Canadian History THE LOYALISTS Texts and Activities
Canadian History: The Loyalists - Texts and Activities This resource consists of three informational texts and six activities. The first text, "Who were the Loyalists?" is an introduction to the topic, the second text is about the background of the American Revolution and the third covers the Loyalists during the Revolution and their
Remembrance Day Canadian History Canada and the Netherlands Grades 5-6
This resource includes two resources for Remembrance Day, The Soldiers of Valour Road, Winnipeg, one designed for students in grades and one for students in grades Both are offered in this small bundle to allow the classroom teacher to use for
Arctic Explorer John Franklin Canadian History Informational Texts, Activities
John Franklin: Arctic Explorer includes a two-part informational text about the explorer, focusing on his achievements in the Arctic. Each of the two passages also include:--- a vocabulary activity: six words to watch for are listed on each text page and on the activity page for each passage students then match the word with its definition--- comprehension questions;--- an organizer to complete (with both factual and opinion questions - students can be instructed to use complete sentences…
FREE stand-alone, or as an add-on resource to my two part informational text and activity unit about Arctic explorer John Franklin. Students need an online article -- info on how to access is in the teacher guide.
Canadian History The Seven Years' War Graphic Organizers and More
This set of graphic organizers is designed to help organize student learning of the Seven Years' War. The organizers touch on the most important aspects of the war and as worksheets are good supplements to your classroom teaching. The topics, in order, are: 1) The Background of the Seven Years' War; 2) British and French Colonies in North America; 3) French and British Military in North America; 4) Historical Figures of the Seven Years' War; 5) Role of the First Nations Peoples; 6...
Remembrance Day Canadian History Canada and the Netherlands Grades 7-8
Canada& Government: High School Civics: ***This resource has been updated in 2017 to include the new leader of the Conservative Party, NDP, and Bloc Quebecois as well as the new Governor-General. The inclusion of these individuals only affects the answer
Canadian High School Civics Graphic Organizers, Task Cards
Canada's Government: High School Civics - 10 Graphic Organizers and 48 Task Cards is designed for students in high school in Canada. Ten topics are presented: Our System of Government, Our Head of State, Our Head of Government, The House of Commons, The Senate, The Federal Government, Provincial and Territorial Governments, Municipal Governments, Elections, and Citizenship. ***This resource has been updated as of 3 Oct 2017 to include the new NDP Leader, new Bloc Q leader, and new Governo...
Canadian Social Studies General Knowledge Activities
A fun and informative set of three social studies activities for students studying Canada's geography and people; the activities are challenging enough for Canadian students and a great way to introduce the country to students elsewhere. There are fifteen facts provided on each topic with a second follow up statement.
Canadian Social Studies Activities: A Class Trip to Ottawa
The premise of this resource is to provide students with a way to plan a "virtual" class trip to Ottawa with the help of the Internet. This resource includes: ---two cover pages (one could be used for a bulletin board display the other for a student notebook); ---a one-page informational passage about Ottawa with a page of questions (no answer