Monthly Archives: November 2016

Slavery

A few weeks ago I started a new unit with my grade 7s. This is one that I have taught multiple times. It is “The Black Peoples of America”. We start off looking at the one of the most famous of … Continue reading

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Guy Fawkes

As we live in a community of people who come from almost everywhere, it is always fun to celebrate each others holidays, traditions and festivities! This month, we were “remember, remember the 5th of November”. This, of course, is Guy … Continue reading

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Mapping

Here is a map that I drew for my Grade 8 Social Studies students. It is showing the different levels of development according to the UN’s Human Development Index. Points for those who can name the countries that don’t have … Continue reading

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