Free activity from my "Canada! Canadian Identity - 14 Readings Passages and Activities". Includes 8 discussion or writing prompts on the topic of what it means to be a Canadian.

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Canadian Identity

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First Nations in Canada (Government of Canada site)- provides background information for educators spanning from Pre-Contact to present day.

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Image of "What Do You Know About the Fight for Canada?" poster. The accessible PDF version can be downloaded for free.

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New!!!! FULL MINI UNIT #2 English Social Studies new curriculum Heritage and Identity: Communities in Canada, Past and PresentThis Unit focuses on Multiculturalism and Canadian Identity This Mini-Unit was designed for students to discover some influential Canadians who have contributed to the identity and image of our country (Ministry of Education, Ontario Curriculum, 2013).UNIT in English (French will be coming soon!) Social Studies New Curriculum 2014.

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Communities in Canada: Part 4 - Life in a Settler Community is the fourth part of the Communities in Canada series.This resource provides teachers with lesson plans written in English, while student texts and texts are written in French. This unit supports students as they learn about important economic, political, cultural, and social aspects of life in settler and First Nations communities and will also explore what different communities contribute to the elusive "Canadian Identity".

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Big Idea: What does it mean to be Canadian Today?Students use ideas from class discussions, The Hadfield Brothers The Canada Song, Shane Koyczan slam poetry We are More and their own experiences to write a poem to identify and describe fundamental of Canadian Identity for them.Curriculum Expectations: A3.8 identify and describe fundamental elements of Canadian identityResource Includes:AssignmentSuccess CriteriaLinks to Videos and Song LyricsPoetry TemplateAssignment Rubric

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