Conflicts & Challenges - Canada 1800-1850 Grade 7 - 10/pk Readers
- Author : Solski, Ruth/Summers, Eleanor
10 Readers/Pk. The hi/lo reading passages focus on the significant people, historic events, and changes in the government that were important to Canadian history between 1800 and 1850, giving students a good overall understanding of this time period. Each topic is presented in a clear, concise manner, which makes the information accessible to struggling learners, but is also appropriate for students performing at or above grade level. Photographs and images are used throughout the reading passages to make them visual stimulating to the students. 40 pages (8 1/2 x 11 paperback.)
The content covers key topics required for seventh grade history and supports the updated 2013 Ontario Curriculum: History Grade 7.
Topics Covered Include: The War of 1812 Important Battles in the War of 1812 The End of the War of 1812 War Heroes: Sir Isaac Brock;Tecumseh;Laura Secord Colonial Government: Upper & Lower Canada Lower Canada The Beginning of Unrest The Protest Movement Unrest Explodes into Rebellion Lower Canada: Rebel Leaders Louis-Joseph Papineau Cyrille Cote Wolfred Nelson Robert Nelson Upper Canada The Beginning of Unrest The Reform Movement Unrest Explodes into Rebellion Upper Canada: Rebel Leaders: William Lyon Mackenzie; John Rolph; Peter Matthews; Anthony Van Egmond; Samuel Lount The Rebellions of 1837: Results Political Leaders: Lord Durham The Union Act of 1840 Transistion to Responsible Government Responsible Government: Nova Scotia Nova Scotia: Political Leaders: Joseph Howe; James Boyle Uniacke Responsible Governement: Province of Canada Province of Canada: Political Leaders: Robert Baldwin; Louis Lafontaine Responsible Governement: New Brunswick & Prince Edward Island Responsible Govermentment: Newfoundland Newfoundland: Political Leaders: William Carson; Phillip Little; John Kent