The only resource written specifically for BC Social Studies 11 – all the support you will need to help students succeed in the Provincial Exam. What’s new in the . Week 11 – Starting Nov 13, Before our first class. Complete Questions on page 93 in Counterpoints; Complete Questions 1, 3 and 6 on page in. Social Studies 11 A Different Canada Chapter 1 Take Home Test Choose the best answer from those provided. Please use the bubble sheet.
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Free rail transportation to the Canadian Prairies d.
Here is an example of what the project may look like: Opposition to immigration from India was best exemplified by: Why do you think this was the case?
Which of the following did not assist in helping to increase productivity in the fishing industry? Review Chapter 4 Notes. Lucy Maud Montgomery d.
See Figure p. Our Challenges and Responsibilities. If you don’t understand please ask for some help. Look at Figure p. Do you think this image of him was justified? Cunterpoints Chapter 4 Notes.
Entertainment provided by magazines, radio, and television, was very popular during the depression. You will also be able to access a number of study aids for the Provincial Exam. Research this incident and write a paragraph summarizing it.
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Documents Flashcards Grammar checker. Current Events Read about and discuss the events in Myanmar. Complete the ” Postcards for Peace ” activity – counterpoinys will each send a postcard to a Canadian Veteran to commemorate Remembrance Day. Living Standards in a Changing World Chapter Which three years had the highest expenditure on relief?
Examine Figure p. Correct and discuss the notes Watch Passchendale Video https: The assessment criteria for this project is on Page 4 of the handout.
The Prince George chlorine spill c. Students and teachers can also access the Counterpoints 2 eText and eGuide from the Companion Web site.
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District of Keewatin c. Canadians and Their Government Chapter 9: Include information you have learned from earlier chapters.
If you are a teacher, this site will be the hub for online content that will extend and enhance your Counterpoints 2 student edition and keep your class and course consistently relevant and up to date. Why do you think that entertainment remained popular during these tough times?
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Please use the bubble sheet provided. Kristallnacht incident question Task 6: What advertising slogan was used to promote immigration to the Canadian west? What were the main recommendations of the Rowell-Sirois Commission?