Are you a French Immersion teacher teaching Grade 5 social studies in Ontario, and need both printable and digital resources to transition between in-class lessons and distance learning? Do you need support in teaching Canadian Government (Strand A) AND Interactions of Indigenous Peoples and Europeans Prior to 1713 (Strand B)? Looking for strategies that allow students on accommodated IEPs to access the same tasks, texts, and activities as the rest of the class? This comprehensive bundle was created to support the 2018 Ontario Social Studies Curriculum, and includes resources for both strands in printable and digital formats.
- All student texts and tasks are in French, while lesson plans are in English (this way the cost of translation was lessened, reducing the price of the final resources.)
- All resources within this bundle will be in a Google Drive folder.
This resource allows teachers to transition between in-class and virtual learning situations, as well as meeting the needs of educators teaching in a “hybrid” situation. Every lesson/task from the original printable version was recreated in full-colour, interactive digital format. This means that if you have some students using printable materials and others using technology, they can ALL be working on the same text and task!
While I have provided a preview file for this Printable & Digital Bundle, you may also want to go to the individual unit resource to see each individual preview file.
This huge resource contains the following 16 resources:
Strand A: The Role of Government & Responsible Citizenship
- The Role of Government and Responsible Citizenship: Digital Version
- Canadian Government & Citizenship Word Wall
Strand B: Interactions of Indigenous Peoples and Europeans Prior to 1713
• Teacher Instructions for all Digital Version
This bundle includes:
✓ 3-part lesson plans (in printable versions)
✓ student-friendly texts (students can use Google Read & Write with digital versions)
✓ engaging tasks
✓ assessment tools
✓digital instruction booklet
Frequently Asked Questions About the Digital Versions:
What will I need to assign these resources to my students?
You will require:
❶ Access to the internet
❷ A Google Drive Account
Can I edit this resource?
I have left 95% of the texts in editable form for two reasons:
➀ to ensure that students are able to use Google Read & Write with the activities.
➁ to allow teachers to edit texts and tasks when they feel it suitable for their class or to address IEP accommodations for specific students.
How do I collect student work?
Your students will simply complete their own copies of the lessons, and turn it into your platform (ie. Google Classroom).