History 30s - Introduction

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  1. 1534
    Jacques Cartier makes his first voyage to the St. Lawrence for France.
  2. 1608
    Samuel de Champlain establishes a settlement at Quebec.
  3. 1663
    France begins an aggressive program of colonization to its colony in New France.
  4. 1763
    Treaty of Paris ends the Seven Years' War between Great Britain and France. This ends France's role in the northern North America.
  5. 1867
    • Confederation - British North American Act establishes Canada when: Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick unite.
  6. 1870
    Canada confirms its claim to the West when Manitoba joins the Confederation.
  7. 1885
    The Canadian Pacific Railway is completed to the Pacific.
  8. 1914-1918
    World War I
  9. 1939-1945
    World War II
  10. 1982
    Constitution Act (also called the Canada Act) finalizes a Canadian Constitution and Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
  11. Jacques Cartier makes his first voyage to the St. Lawrence for France.
    1534
  12. Samuel de Champlain establishes a settlement at Quebec.
    1608
  13. France begins an aggressive program of colonization to its colony in New France.
    1663
  14. Treaty of Paris ends the Seven Years' War between Great Britain and France. This ends France's role in the northern North America.
    1763
  15. Confederation - British North American Act establishes Canada when: Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick unite.
    1867
  16. Canada confirms its claim to the West when Manitoba joins the Confederation.
    1870
  17. The Canadian Pacific Railway is completed to the Pacific.
    1885
  18. World War I
    1914-1918
  19. World War II
    1939-1945
  20. Constitution Act (also called the Canada Act) finalizes a Canadian Constitution and Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
    1982
  21. What is an essential question?
    An essential question helps you get to the most important understanding of a topic.
  22. List the 7 specific purposes
    • 1. learn what it means to be a citizen of Canada.
    • 2. Develop awareness of Canada's global interconnectedness.
    • 3. Understand the diversity and range of human experiences.
    • 4. Enrich cultural literacy.
    • 5. Help deal with complx social and political problems.
    • 6. Understand how the discipline of history is constructed.
    • 7. Refine general competencies and skills.
  23. What is an example of the purpose "Learn what it means to be a citizen of Canada"
    To be a peacekeeper and accepting immigrants who come to Canada.
  24. What is an example of the purpose "Enrich cultural history."
    Knowing the Canadian anthem, history, symbols, and languages.
  25. What are the four characteristics of an essential question?
    - May lead to more questions rather than clear-cut answers.

    - Are open-ended  - they do not have one "correct" response and may have no correct response.

    - Cannot be answered with a "yes" or "no" or even with a single sentence.

    - Are thought provoking, requiring you to make choices, decisions, and judgements that can be supported by evidence or criteria.
  26. What are the 6 historical thinking strategies?
    • 1. Establishing historical significance
    • 2. Using primary-source evidence
    • 3. Identifying continuity and change
    • 4. Analyzing cause and consequences
    • 5. Taking a historical perspective
    • 6. Considering the ethical dimensions
  27. Describe "Using primary-source evidence."
    Primary-source evidence includes a wide variety of materials from the past such as photographs and letters, as well as artefacts such as buildings or tools. These types of primary sources were created by someone who was involved in or observed the events that are being examined. Primary sources provide evidence of what people thought and how they lived, and what was happening around them.
  28. What are the 6 key characteristics of "using primary-source evidence."
    1. in what context - circumstances - was the primary source created?

    2. What was the point of view of the creator?

    3. What was the creator's purpose?

    4. What was the creator's position in relation to the event?

    5. What does the primary source reveal about the creator's values and ideas about the world?

    6. What evidence about its historical setting does the primary source provide?
  29. Describe "establishing historical significance."
    This means to judge past events and to determine if they are significant. There are many historical events that occurred but no one can remember them all. Decisions must be made to whether they are historically significant enough to remember. Judgements about significance are influenced by: People's changing values and a person's point of view.
  30. What are the key characteristics of "establishing historical significance."
    - Does the event have serious, long-lasting consequences for many people?

    - Does the event reveal a shed light on long-lasting or emerging issues?

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