Lessons for Time

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  • Who Were the Hippies? - … examples of the music, clothing, art, and writing of the time period. Challenge them to find examples of hippie culture in …
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  • The Hippies vs. Authority - … hippie movement? How do you think the authorities of the time felt? Outline the Opportunity Direct students to the topic Hippie …
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  • Responding to the Seaway Project - … gain from the project The problems that have developed over time Outline the Opportunity Students will write in role as one …
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  • A Royal Stamp - … and the reasons for their design choices. Provide class sharing time to compare and contrast each stamp and how they represent …
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  • The Queen's Role in Canadian Identity - … 's visits to Canada. They should note clip number, the time period, the location, the significance or purpose of the visit …
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  • Depicting Terry Fox's Life - … his or her own. Revisit and Reflect Provide students with time to complete their work, to have it reviewed by you …
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  • Who Was Terry Fox? - … , experience, or ability of your students, reduce or increase the time for exploration, or the number of items that students are …
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  • A Terry Fox Journal - … file segments (and any others that they wish or have time for) from the site. Explain that, after viewing, students will …
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  • Calgary Stampede Traditions - … these and identify those that relate to special events or times and those that are day-to-day traditions. Ask them …
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  • Learning about Africville - … the Opportunity Have students browse the site for as much time as they wish, and ask them to make notes on …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
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