Schoolio Social Studies: Canada, 1890-1914 – A Changing Society (100 Pages)
This Schoolio unit is designed to be suitable for any student learner currently at a grade 7 or grade 8 working level.
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This Social Studies curriculum focuses on the changes and challenges Canadians faced between 1890 and 1914. Your student learner will engage in tactile and concrete learning activities, often including research assignments, writing tasks, and media add-ons. The curriculum includes critical thinking and reflection skills through thought-provoking discussion questions. Your student learner will evaluate and assess the experience of First Nations in Canada between 1890 and 1914. Student learners are engaged with full colour pages and interesting and varied activities, improving their understanding of the world around them while developing research, reflection, and fine motor skills.
In this 100-page unit, your student learner will study the following topics:
- Industrialization I
- Industrialization II
- Workers’ Rights
- Women’s Rights
- Conflicts in Canada
- The British Empire & Imperialism
- The US & Canada: The Klondike Gold Rush
- The US & Canada: The Alaskan Dispute and Reciprocity
- Immigration I
- Immigration II
- Immigration III
- Racism and Discrimination in Canada
- First Nations: Treaties and the Indian Act
- First Nations: The Reservation System
- First Nations: The Residential School System
- First Nations 1890-1914 Assessment
- Research Study: Assessing Content
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.