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Canada in the 20th Century High School Course


Canada in the 20th Century High School Course
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  • ISBN
    9781927474006
  • Author
  • Softcover
    78 loose leaf for binder, online resources
  • Published
    2012
  • Age

(Course users - See our FAQs for information about accesssing your resources). 

This is a multimedia full high school course which includes assignments, answer keys, rubrics, student samples and more. It combines film, text, living books, and web resources for rich content. Assignments contain istorical and critical thinking skills. Meets the requirements of Canadian History in all provinces.

Essential resources which must be purchased separately, include Canada, A People’s History DVDs Series 3 & 4, and Counterpoints text or etext. 

Canada in the 20th Century Explanation from Donna Ward

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Family Discount: This course is licensed to one student. With special permission by the publisher, additional students in the same family may receive a 30% discount on an additional student course access license and workbook

Sample: You can view a sample of the student course book and an assignment below as a small part of the course material. See how this course fits your provincial high school requirements.

Required Resources: Purchase or borrow the following items or they are included in two of the bundles below.

Note: Counterpoints - any version will do. The latest updated version is not necessary.


Canada A People's History Series 3Canada A People's History Series 3Counterpoints EText   Counterpoints Hardcover

For the student
Single student consumable course workbook includes:

  • Day by day course outline for easy implementation
  • Assigned viewing & questions for Canada, A People’s History DVDs
  • Assigned reading from Counterpoints text
  • Assigned online resources including stories, videos and more
  • Living resource lists including books & dvds

Student digital code for access to online resources for download includes:

  • 22 Online assignments with marking rubrics
  • Essays, Worksheets, Map Skills, Comprehension,
  • Critical Thinking, Historical Thinking
  • 18 Online quiz reviews with answer keys
  • 8 Online unit tests with answer keys
  • Final exam with rubric and marking scheme
  • Online teaching videos including six historical thinking skills
  • 62 Online resource pages with carefully reviewed links, videos & more

For the teacher

  • Full answer key for student course workbook
  • Full answer key for all assignments with marking rubrics
  • Full answer keys for all quizzes and tests with marking rubrics
  • Final exam with answer key and marking rubric 

 

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Megan
I'm really enjoying your course. History isn't usually my favourite subject but this year it is.
Brandon
I did three unit quizzes for my Canada studies I got 84%, 91%, and 79%!
Lauralee
My son is really enjoying the course, he says he loves it! I think you did an awesome job!
Krista
Canada in the 20th Century uses a wide variety of resources to engage a high schooler's interest. Through living resources, online videos and timelines, Canada: A People's History, and the main text Counterpoints, Donna Ward has done an excellent job compiling this course. The video questions allow recall of pertinent facts used in Canada: A People's History. The essay rubric Mrs. Ward uses is an excellent tool for the students to assess their work. The unit quizzes, tests, and the essay make this a complete high school level course which will prepare the student for higher learning.
Natalie
As a homeschooled high-schooler, I can say from firsthand experience that Donna Ward's Canada in the 20th Century has greatly deepened my interest in and understanding of the people and events that have shaped our country into what it is today. The interactive online material, DVDs, and other "living resources" have been excellent supplements to this outstanding curriculum! Never has Canadian history seemed so intriguing and RELEVANT! Thank you, Donna Ward!