Use the file below to create your immigration poster. This is due on Monday (9D) / Tuesday (9B)
Beginning Wednesday, practice tests will be posted for you to begin preparing for you Jan 28 test. Please check back on Wednesday.
Unit 1 covers chapters 1-5. Your test on January 28 will be reestricted to Chapters 3 to 5. Use the file below to help prepare you for this test.
Open the file below and complete all question/tasks for Monday, January 13. You will be given the Bill 101 chart. All of the remaining questions should be completed on separate pieces of paper (Bill 101 Questions (2) and the Metis Rights timeline task on the last page - documenting the each significant date between pages 152-158 and identifying what happened and why it was important to Metis Rights).
We will use this link as part of a future activity relating to Canada's Immigration system.
We will use the questions in the file below as one resource to help prepare you for your Chapter 3 - 5 exam.
Below is the audio broadcast of Thomas King's The Truth About Stories: What is it about us that you don't like?
Listen (re-listen) to the audio file prior to our next class on Monday, Dec. 16, 2013. We will work in groups to 'examine' the text of Thomas King's story and relate it to several curricular concepts of collective rights (Aboriginal Rights specifically).
As you listen to the story, be sure that you are familiar with the following terms (some of the terms come directly from the story; others can be found in your textbook):