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Wedge - Leadership 9
 
Social Studies 9
  • I've organized YouTube playlists to help you understand the material better. Watch the videos, read the assigned pages in the textbook, answer the worksheet provided. The YouTube playlist mostly goes in order of the worksheet.
  • Please do the best you can and don't worry if you don't know everything right away. Ask questions and I'll help.
Horizons Textbook:
01_horizons.pdf
                02_horizons.pdf                03_horizons.pdf                04_horizons.pdf                05_horizons.pdf                06_horizons.pdf

07_horizons.pdf


Unit 8 - WW1
counterpoints_unit1__ch_1-5_.pdf
8-4 Canada's response to the war.pdf

8-3 Canada enters the war.pdf

8-2 Weapons & technology of WW1.pdf

8-1 Causes of WWI - assignment.pdf

Chapter 7
7-5 Prosperity & Innovation - notes.pdf
7-4 Struggle for human rights - notes.pdf
7-3 Life in the cities - notes.pdf
7-2 The last best west - notes.pdf
7-1 Laurier is elected - notes.pdf
Chapter 6
Students will make their own notes for 6-6 (p. 231-235) include the following headings in your notes:           
Students will make their own notes for 6-5 (p. 227-230) include the following headings in your notes:           
Students will make their own notes for 6-4 (p. 220-226) include the following headings in your notes:           
Students will make their own notes for 6-3 include the following headings in your notes:                

6-1 The Oregon territory - notes.pdf
Chapter 5
5-5 The CPR - notes.pdf
5-4 The National Dream - notes0.pdf
5-3 The Northwest Uprising - notes0.pdf
5-2 The FNs of the Northwest - notes.pdf
5-1 The Métis in the 1870s - notes.pdf
Chapter 4
4-5 The Red River Resistance - notes.pdf
4-4 The Red River 1821-1860 - notes.pdf
4-3 The Selkirk Settlement - notes.pdf
4-2 The northwest from 1800-1860 - notes.pdf
4-1 The fur trade - notes.pdf
Chapter 3
3-6 The Conferences & BNA Act - notes.pdf
3-5 Political Factors - notes.pdf
                3-5 Political Factors - questions.pdf

3-4 Toward Confederation - notes.pdf
                3-4 Toward Confederation - questions.pdf

3-3 Victorian times & Aboriginal people - notes.pdf
3-2 A new age of science & medicine - notes.pdf
3-1 Colonies in the reign of Queen Victoria - notes.pdf
Chapter 2
2.6 Aftermath of the Rebellions of 1837 - notes0.pdf
2.5 Rebellions of 1837 - notes.pdf
SS10 – Chapter 1 Essay Assignment – Rebellions of 1837
  • Students must write two separate one page essays. Each must have an introduction, main body & conclusion.
  • Use the textbook & overhead notes for your info.
  • Essay #1 – Explain the three grievances that French Canadians had against the colonial government of Lower Canada in 1837 and how it led to rebellion.
  • Introduction
  • Lack of power in government
  • Discrimination vs. the French
  • Unequal taxation
  • Conclusion
  • Essay #2 – Explain the two grievances that settlers in Upper Canada had against the colonial government of Upper Canada in 1837 and how it led to rebellion.

2.3 The Immigrant Experience - notes.pdf
                2.3 Immigrant Experience - questions.pdf        

2.2 Upper Canada - notes.pdf
2.1 The Land of Yesterday - notes.pdf

Chapter 1
1-1 Five themes of geography - notes.pdf

1-2 Physical Regions of Canada - chart.pdf
1-3 Climates of Canada - notes.pdf
1-4 Canada's Natural Regions - notes.pdf
1-5 map assignment.pdf


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