Canada Revisited 6
Student Edition , 1st Edition
Phyllis A. Arnold
Betty Gibb

ISBN-10: 0919913652  |  ISBN-13: 9780919913653

© 1999   Published  
 


About This Book

Overview

Canada Revisited 6 incorporates the educational and design features of the original Canada Revisited with the new content to meet the new Ontario Grade 6 curriculum requirements, including the Citizenship and Heritage strand.

Key Features:

  • Emphasizes active learning and skill development
  • Explores interactions at the time of first contact between Aboriginal peoples and European explorers
  • Examines contributions to the development of Canada by Algonquin-speaking nations, Iroquois-speaking nations, and early European explorers
  • Analyzes concerns of Aboriginal peoples relationship with environment and present social, political, and economic issues

Table of Contents

SECTION I: THE FIRST NATION Chapter 1: The First People Chapter 2: Environmental Interaction Chapter 3: The Wendat (A Case Study) Chapter 4: The Woodland Cree (A Case Study) Chapter 5: Teh Anishinabe Section I Review SECTION II: EUROPEAN EXPLORATION Chapter 6: Early Exploration Chapter 7: An Age of Exploration Chapter 8: Exploring and Claiming Lands Chapter 9: Exploring and Colonizing Lands Chapter 10: Quebec Colony and the Fur Trade Section II Review SECTION III: TODAY AND TOMORROW Chapter 11: Aboriginal People Today Chapter 12: Exploration Today IN CONCLUSION APPENDIX: LEARNING HOW TO LEARN GLOSSARY PICTURE CREDITS INDEX

Features

Emphasizes active learning and skill development
Explores interactions at the time of first contact between Aboriginal peoples and European explorers
Examines contributions to the development of Canada by Algonquin-speaking nations, Iroquoian-speaking nations, and early European explorers
Analyses concerns of Aboriginal peoples relationship with environment and present social, political, and economic issues