Schoolio Social Studies: New France and British North America 1713 – 1800 (64 Pages)
This Schoolio unit is designed to be suitable for any student learner currently at a grade 6, grade 7, or grade 8 working level.
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This Social Studies curriculum focuses on significant events and interactions between the various communities in Canada between the years of 1713 to 1800. Your student learner will engage in tactile and concrete learning activities, often including research assignments, writing activities, and media add-ons. This unit asks students to create a history project highlighting an individual, group, or community that was significant to Canadian history. The curriculum includes critical thinking and reflection skills. Student learners are engaged with full color pages and interesting and varied activities, improving their understanding of the world around them while developing research, reflection, and fine motor skills.
In this 64-page unit, your student learner will study the following topics:
- Welcome to the “New World”
- Daily Life
- Indigenous Peoples: An Inquiry Study
- Treaty of Utrecht
- Treaty of Portsmouth & Father Rale’s War
- Imperialism & the Fur Trade
- Acadian Expulsion
- Seven Years War
- Pontiac’s Rebellion & the Treaty of Niagara
- Results of the Seven Years’ War
- Loyalist Migration
- The Constitution Act
- Culminating Activity
As is the case with all of our Schoolio curriculum, this unit includes daily lessons, each with exercises or activities to solidify comprehension, plus answer keys.