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Canada: A Changing Society 1890-1914

Activities analyze key similarities and differences between Canada in 1890-1914 and in the present day, with reference to the experiences of and major challenges facing different groups and/or individuals, and to some of the actions Canadians have taken to improve their lives.


Developed to make history curriculum accessible to students at multiple skill levels and with various learning styles. The content covers key topics required for eighth grade history and supports the updated 2013 Ontario Curriculum Grade 8. Topics are presented in a clear, concise manner, which makes the information accessible to struggling learners. There are two levels of questions for each topic. Illustrations, maps, and diagrams visually enhance each topic and provide support for visual learners. 48 Master the Facts game cards review content learned. 99 pgs.

Topics Covered Include: Growth of Cities; Factories; Factory Workers, Wages, Child Labour Working Conditions, Sweatshops; Labour Unions; Early Technology; Changing Role of Women; Women Activists - Ishbel Maria Gordon, Lady Aberdeen, Emily Murphy, Adelaide Hoodless, Nellie McClung; First Nations Struggle; Manitoba Schools Crisis; Sir Wilfrid Laurier; Population Challenge; Sir Clifford Sifton; The New Canadians: Manzo Nagano, Sigtryggur Jonasson; Homesteading; Defending the Empire; The Boer War; Henri Bourassa

AuthorEleanor M. Summers & Ruth Solski
Product CodeHR562
Length99 Pages
PublisherOn the Mark Press
FormatSoftcover, Black & White or eBook
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