This Communities in Canada Past and Present: Part 1 – Moving From One Community to Another resource is intended to support the 2018 Ontario Social Studies Curriculum for Grade 6. (French Immersion Teachers: Please be aware that an alternate version of this resource is available for FI classes! Check it out here:
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This Part 1 resource has been updated to support the revised 2018 Ontario Social Studies Curriculum, with an increased emphasis given to Indigenous content such as treaty issues.
Students will inquire into the various reasons people move from one community to another in historical and contemporary Canada, using Q-charts to assist them in formulating to guide their investigations. Complete lessons plans and teacher notes, along with student-friendly text, make this unit an engaging and productive resource. Students will explore the following communities:
- Early Black Communities
- Europeans in New France
- Moving From One Community to Another
- Close Up Communities: Europeans in New France and Early Black Communities
- Citizenship Focus: Making Our School Welcoming
- Part 1 Inquiry Task: Pros & Cons of a New Community
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