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Unit Test: 1980 - NOW
404-04 May 29th
404-11 May 30th
Constitutional Changes - Partition
Quebec Referendum - Sovereignty
Federalism - Quebec
Globalization - Economic, Social, Political
Review Package: Chapter 1-4
Provide details, groups opposed, changes, challenges, outcomes for:
1980 Patriation, Charter of Rights and Freedoms, Meech Lake Accord, Belanger-Campeau Commission, Allaire Report, Charlottetown Accord, 1995 Referendum, Post-Referendum.
FLQ & The October Crisis
1960s Protest/Propaganda Assignment
Students will look at examples of protest signs and then create their own expressive poster. When communicating the meaning of your poster remember that it is intended to evoke emotion to the reader/observer. You should emphasize symbolism when creating your poster. The less you write the better. A propaganda poster should often get the meaning across to the observer before he or she gets a chance to read what is says. To make sure we get the true meaning of your poster, you will also be presenting these to the class.
Some protest poster examples:
Using online tools such as:
UNIT TEST - WWII to/including Quiet Revolution
404-04: April 8th Period 3.
404-45: April 8th Period 1.
Americanism, Secularism, Quebec Nationalism Essay
The Quiet Revolution:
Part One: T-Chart - Before and After the Quiet Revolution (please only complete the ‘Before’ side, we will complete the ‘After’ during out Quiet Revolution lesson.
Part Two: Can you see how a revolution was brewing given the conditions in Quebec between 1945-1960s? Give your thoughts.
Part Three: Detail the positives/negatives of the Duplessis era.
Part Four: The Duplessis time is often referred to as ‘le grandes noirceur’ (the Great Darkness). Given what you now understand about the Duplessis era, is this a fair name to give his government? Why or why not?
Additional information can be found in your textbook from pages 211-216.
Baby Boom: Please answer the following question using the provided documents:
“What effects do you think the rise in population had on Canada in the post-war period.”
TEST: Videos 1-5
404-47: October 9th
Lord Durham, Responsible Government, Migrations, Ultramontanism/Anti-Clericalism/Liberalism, Industrialization, Rebellion Losses Bill
The Road to Confederation Timeline
Include: timeline of relevant facts (approximately 12-15), either individual actions or context/background.
2-3 Sentence description.
Ranking Ladder with top five events that influenced Confederation with one sentence justification.
UNIT TEST: Videos 1-11
2404-11: November 7th
404-04 November 12th
404-45: November 13th