Ontario Grade 4 Social Studies Early Societies to 1500 | French Version

Are you a French Immersion teacher responsible for social studies? You and your students will love this 4e année Premières sociétés jusqu’en 1500 EC unit full of lesson plans, activities, and assessment tools that bring this curriculum strand alive for your FI students! This resource also includes student workbooks for 6 ancient civilizations.

$19.95 CAD

Are you a French Immersion teacher responsible for social studies? You and your students will love this 4e année Premières sociétés jusqu’en 1500 EC unit full of lesson plans, activities, and assessment tools that bring this curriculum strand alive for your FI students! This resource also includes student workbooks for the following 6 ancient civilizations:

Early Societies:
★ Ancient China
★ Ancient Egypt
★ Ancient Greece
★ Early Anishinaabe
★ Early Canadian Inuit
★ Medieval England

Contents:
• Twelve 3-part lesson plans in English
• Early Society Workbooks (one per society) in French
• Student-Friendly Texts and Tasks in French
• Big Ideas Posters
• Mapping
• Chat Stations
• Answer Keys and Rubric
• Culminating Task

Unit Format: While modeling with a look at the early Aztecs, the teacher guides students through an exploration
of six other different societies. After the introductory lessons, students work in “Expert Groups” using their
particular early society workbook containing text and follow-up tasks. Each group focuses on a different early
society, bringing their learning back each day to share with the class in Knowledge Building Circles. This structure
allows students to compare and contrast these societies, as well as to consider the primary sources that make their
learning possible.

Students celebrate their learning with the culminating task, which is an Early Societies Museum. Each student
creates an artifact and/or a booklet about an important item or event from the society he or she learned about in
their expert group. Inviting parents or other classes to visit the museum will provide students with an exciting,
real-world opportunity to share what they have learned about ancient civilizations!

Lessons:
1. How Do We Learn About the Past?
2. How Does the Local Environment Affect a Society?
3. How Do Maps Help Us Learn About a Society?
4. How Does the Environment Shape a Society?
5. How Were People Organized?
6. What Were Homes Like?
7. What Were Families Like?
8. What Work Did People Do?
9. How Did People Learn and Have Fun?
10. What Did People Believe?
11. How Did People Get Around
12. What Legacies Did Early Societies Leave?

Please Note: This resource downloads as a compressed zip file containing the main unit and the six workbooks. If
you do not know how to unzip a file, you can learn how to do so with TPT’s handy explanation by clicking here:

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FAQ:
Is this unit available in English?

Yes, this printable unit is available in English! Click here to check it out!

Is this unit available as an interactive digital resource?
No, as of today (March 1, 2024) the digital version is not quite ready.

Do you have a Strand B social studies unit?
Yes, I now have a translated Political and Physical Regions of Canada unit. Click here to check it out!

I already own your blended Grade 3/4 and Grade 4/5 Strand A units. Does this straight-grade resource
repeat the same content?
No, I created this Grade 4 unit as a completely new unit, aside from some references to the early Aztecs from the
Grade 4/5 unit.

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