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Battle of Seven Oaks (Evidence and Interpretation) Social Studies 9

Resource Type
Activity
Assessment
Worksheet
Grade Level
8
9
Submitted By
Susie Grace - one year ago
Description
Step one: Have students look at a picture for clu…
Resource Type
Activity
Assessment
Worksheet
Grade Level
8
9
Submitted By
Susie Grace - one year ago
Description
Step one: Have students look at a picture for clues to answer who, what, where, when, why and how questions about the battle depicted in the picture. Step two: Have students examine primary sources (9 sources available). Teacher may choose to have students look at all 9 or allow students to select 6 to look at. Students will try to piece together the causes and components of the incident depicted in the picture presented in step one. Step three: Offer students a secondary source on the battle of Seven Oaks in order that they gain an overview of the Battle of Seven Oaks. I recommend TC2's Snapshots of Nineteenth Century Canada for this. Step four: Present the Culminating Task where students can create a short story, a new broadcast or a skit depicting an interpretation of stories behind the Battle of Seven Oaks. There is an assessment rubric provided and a self/team evaluation sheet. Make this your own. It is a lot of fun. I have tried it!
Subject
Social Studies
History
Keywords
Battle of Seven Oaks
1816
Red River Resistance
Learning Standards
Historical Thinking (Evidence and Interpretation) Learners will look at clues from primary sources in order to interpret the story behind a picture (The Battle of Seven Oaks).
Duration
2 to 3 lessons
Language
English
Date Created
Jun 14, 2019
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En'owkin: What It Means to a Sustainable Community by Jeannette Armstrong

Resource Type
Activity
Grade Level
8
9
10
11
12
Adult
Submitted By
EEPSA : http://eepsa.org/ - 2 years ago
Description
En'owkin, a word that comes from the high languag…
Resource Type
Activity
Grade Level
8
9
10
11
12
Adult
Submitted By
EEPSA : http://eepsa.org/ - 2 years ago
Description
En'owkin, a word that comes from the high language of the Okanagan people, provides a foundation for sustainable living. This is an article written by Jeannette Armstrong, teaching us about "What it Means to be a Sustainable Community."
Subject
Revised Curriculum
Cross-Curricular
Aboriginal Education
Environmental Science
Social Studies
Keywords
First Nations Perspectives
Place-based Education
Environmental Education
Aboriginal Ways of Knowing
URLs
https://www.ecoliteracy.org/article/enowkin-what-it-means-sustainable-community
Duration
60-75 minutes
Language
English
Date Created
Jun 30, 2018