Lessons for Time

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  • Military Rescue in Red River - … the con side of the resolution. Give students some more time to review the Web site and to gather information on …
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  • Going to a Residential School - … the CBC Radio and Television Archives Web site. Allow students time to browse the topic in any order they wish. Alert …
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  • The Saguenay Flood: Acts of Mercy - … of community PDF Before Exploring Have students brainstorm and describe times they have acted to help someone in need. Ask them …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • A Letter from a Grandparent - … survivors PDF Before Exploring Ask: How might living a long time make one a valuable observer? What stories from the past …
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  • Reporting Live from Halifax - … interviews, or other elements recorded on the board. Allow groups time for at least one rehearsal before going "live to air …
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  • Heroism Under Fire - … their visual or written work and where there are set times for the performance of videos, songs, poetry, or dramatic readings …
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  • Timeline for October 1970 - … is responsible. Students should note how the reporters of the time covered the events of the crisis, and asked questions of …
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  • WWII: The Beauty of Nature during War - … WWII was often uneventful, even boring. Ask them to describe times they have been bored. Then ask them to write one …
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  • A Soldier's Life during WWII - … their entries. Is there a consistency in the entries over time? In discussion, have students analyze the stages of emotion of …
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  • Canada's Role in WWII - … the ten events chosen as the most important over the time period. When all students have shared their work, students can …
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