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Japanese Canadian Internment Gr 5+6 Updated

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Activity
Classroom printables
Lesson Plan
Unit Plan
Grade Level
5
6
Submitted By
Natalie Wai - 3 days ago
Description
An updated unit plan introducing children to the …
Resource Type
Activity
Classroom printables
Lesson Plan
Unit Plan
Grade Level
5
6
Submitted By
Natalie Wai - 3 days ago
Description
An updated unit plan introducing children to the 1942 internment of Canadians of Japanese descent.
Subject
English Language Arts
Social Studies
History
Keywords
Internment
Japanese Canadian
Racism
Second World War
Hastings Park
URLs
http://centre.nikkeiplace.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/JC-history-intro-and-reading_v2.pdf
http://hastingspark1942.ca
http://tashme.ca/
Learning Standards
Curricular Links to Grade 5 and 6 Social Studies and English Language Arts Big Ideas:
Canada’s policies and treatment of minority peoples have negative and positive legacies. (Social Studies 5)
Immigration and multiculturalism continue to shape Canadian society and identity.  (Social Studies 5)
- Systems of government vary in their respect for human rights and freedoms. (Social Studies 6)
-Exploring text and story helps us understand ourselves and make connections to others and to the world. (English Language Arts 6)
-Exploring and sharing multiple perspectives extends our thinking. (English Language Arts 6) Curricular Competencies: -Use personal experience and knowledge to connect to text and develop understanding of self, community, and world (English Language Arts 5) -Recognize and identify the role of personal, social, and cultural contexts, values, and perspectives in text (English Language Arts 6) -Recognize how language constructs personal, social, and cultural identity (English Language Arts 5+6) -Construct meaningful personal connections between self, text, and world Respond to text in personal, creative, and critical ways (English Language Arts 6) Content: -Past discriminatory government policies and actions such as the Head Tax, the Komagatu Maru Incident, residential schools and internments (Social Studies 5) -Human rights and responses to discrimination in Canadian society (Social Studies 5) -Global poverty and inequality issues including class structure and gender (Social Studies 6)
Duration
60 minute lessons with field studies option
Language
English
Date Created
Oct 15, 2017
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Japanese Canadian Internment Gr 10-12 Updated

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Activity
Classroom printables
Lesson Plan
Unit Plan
Worksheet
Grade Level
10
11
12
Submitted By
Natalie Wai - 3 days ago
Description
Updated Lesson Plans for Social Studies 10 and So…
Resource Type
Activity
Classroom printables
Lesson Plan
Unit Plan
Worksheet
Grade Level
10
11
12
Submitted By
Natalie Wai - 3 days ago
Description
Updated Lesson Plans for Social Studies 10 and Social Justice 11/12 relating to Japanese Canadian Internment at Hastings Park.
Subject
English Language Arts
Social Studies
History
Keywords
social justice
social studies 10
internment
second world war
racism
japanese canadian
URLs
http://centre.nikkeiplace.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/JC-history-intro-and-reading_v2.pdf
http://hastingspark1942.ca
http://tashme.ca/
Learning Standards
Curricular links to Grade 10 Social Studies (Copied from the Ministry of Education curriculum guide) Big Idea: Political decision-making and societal change are influenced by interactions between, individuals, groups and institutions. Curricular Competencies: Students are expected to be able to do the following: Use Social Studies inquiry processes and skills to: ask questions; gather, interpret, and analyze ideas; and communicate findings and decisions Content: Students are expected to know the following: Injustice, oppression, and social change in the development of human rights Curricular links to Grade 11/12 Social Justice (Copied from the Ministry of Education curriculum guide) Big Ideas: Social justice issues are interconnected. The causes of social injustices are complex and have lasting impacts on society. Social justice issues have both individual and systemic effects. Curricular Competencies: Students are expected to be able to do the following: Use inquiry processes and skills to: ask questions; gather, interpret, and analyze ideas; and communicate findings and decisions Assess and compare significance of people, events, and developments at particular times and places, and examine what it reveals about social justice issues Create and implement an action plan to address a particular social justice issue Content: Students are expected to know the following: Past and present social injustices in Canada and the world, their possible causes, and their lasting impact on individuals, groups, and society Roles of governmental and non-governmental organizations in issues of social justice and injustice
Duration
60 minute and 80 minute lessons with field studies option
Language
English
Date Created
Oct 15, 2017
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Teaching the Japanese Canadian Internment

Resource Type
Activity
Classroom printables
Lesson Plan
Unit Plan
Grade Level
5
6
Submitted By
Natalie Wai - 3 days ago
Description
A Grade 5 and 6 Unit with lessons and a field stu…
Resource Type
Activity
Classroom printables
Lesson Plan
Unit Plan
Grade Level
5
6
Submitted By
Natalie Wai - 3 days ago
Description
A Grade 5 and 6 Unit with lessons and a field study option to introduce the history of Japanese Canadian discrimination in Vancouver, BC.
Subject
Revised Curriculum
English Language Arts
Social Studies
History
Keywords
internment japanese canadian
world war II
racism
injustice
URLs
http://hastingspark1942.ca
http://tashme.ca/
http://centre.nikkeiplace.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/JC-history-intro-and-reading_v2.pdf
Learning Standards
Content: -Past discriminatory government policies and actions such as the Head Tax, the Komagatu Maru Incident, residential schools and internments (Social Studies 5) -Human rights and responses to discrimination in Canadian society (Social Studies 5) -Global poverty and inequality issues including class structure and gender (Social Studies 6) Curricular Competencies: -Use personal experience and knowledge to connect to text and develop understanding of self, community, and world (English Language Arts 5) -Recognize and identify the role of personal, social, and cultural contexts, values, and perspectives in text (English Language Arts 6) -Recognize how language constructs personal, social, and cultural identity (English Language Arts 5+6) -Construct meaningful personal connections between self, text, and world Respond to text in personal, creative, and critical ways (English Language Arts 6)
Duration
60 minutes
Language
English
Date Created
Oct 15, 2017
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Gender Identity and Pronouns

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Activity
Lesson Plan
Worksheet
Grade Level
K
1
2
3
Submitted By
Kate Paterson - 12 days ago
Description
This lesson plan has two parts. Part one uses a s…
Resource Type
Activity
Lesson Plan
Worksheet
Grade Level
K
1
2
3
Submitted By
Kate Paterson - 12 days ago
Description
This lesson plan has two parts. Part one uses a storybook to introduce and explore gender identity and gender pronouns (she/he/they). By incorporating books with gender-diverse characters in the classroom, students will appreciate the gender spectrum, fluidity, and the use of gender pronouns. Part one consists primarily of discussion and a role-play activity. Part two builds upon part one and includes activities and worksheets.
Subject
Cross-Curricular
Social Justice
English Language Arts
Health and PE
Social Studies
Keywords
Gender identity
Pronouns
Social Justice
LGBTQ
Duration
60 minutes
Language
English
Date Created
Oct 6, 2017
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The Stormbringers WW1/ Duty,Valour, Sacrifice WW2

Resource Type
Activity
Grade Level
8
9
10
11
12
Adult
Submitted By
Gary Simons - one month ago
Description
“The Stormbringers WW1" and "Duty Valour Sacrifi…
Resource Type
Activity
Grade Level
8
9
10
11
12
Adult
Submitted By
Gary Simons - one month ago
Description
“The Stormbringers WW1" and "Duty Valour Sacrifice WW2" are computer simulations that allow students to experience World War One and World War Two events through the eyes of a Canadian soldier. Students are faced with the same challenges actual Canadian soldiers faced, month by month, year by year. From initial training camps, through overseas training, and through then every Canadian battle and campaign in each war. Both simulation programs are completely free - no fees, no registration needed, no log in, just access it on line and go!
Subject
Social Studies
History
Keywords
Stormbringers
WW1
Canadian soldiers
Duty Valour Sacrifice
WW2
Computer simulations
URLs
https://www.dvsww2.ca
Learning Standards
“The Stormbringers WW1" allows students to experience World War One events through the eyes of a Canadian soldier. It includes over 400 screens, 60 tests and challenges, authentic letters and diary entries and over 1000 actual WW1 images. As students progress through the simulation they are faced with the same challenges actual Canadian soldiers faced, month by month, year by year. From initial training camps, through overseas training, and through then every Canadian battle and campaign in the war. Students learn about the lives of individual servicemen, through authentic letters, memoirs and diary entries, as well as about the major Canadian and world events through the entire war. “Duty, Valour, Sacrifice WW2” goes one step further. It allows students to select which service they will enlist in – the Canadian Army, Royal Canadian Navy or Royal Canadian Air Force. As with “The Stormbringers”, students progress through the entire war from a Canadian perspective, from enlisting, training camps, to service overseas. The simulation includes over 800 screens, 160 tests and challenges, authentic letters and diary entries and over 2000 actual WW2 images. As students progress through the simulation they learn about the experiences of individual servicemen, as well as about the major Canadian and world events in the war. The programs have been meticulously researched over five years and are currently being field tested by Ontario High School students. Both simulation programs are completely free - no fees, no registration needed, no log in, just access it on line and go! It's my small gift to the men and women who gave so much for us in the war. I want their stories to live on and I want our students to understand and to appreciate what these men and women went through on our behalf.
Duration
180 - 240 minutes
Language
English
Date Created
Sep 14, 2017

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