HISTORY 30: Unit Plan & News
Contact Info: rdelainey@lcbi.sk.ca
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May 20th
I introduced the World War I unit at the end of class yesterday. Follow and keep the pace set for the unit by using the updated calendar below.

Monday, May 18th

1. No class. Holiday.

 

 

Tuesday, May 19th

1. No class. Holiday.

 

Wednesday, May 20th

1. Google Meet: 1:30. Canada: 1840-1914. Crash Course approach.

Today we'll "crash" through the causes of Confederation, e.g. American Civil War, England removing its army from North America, the desire to keep the United States from expanding northward into British North America.

Thursday, May 21st

1. We introduced the World War 1 Unit in class at the end of yesterday. So we don't have to meet today to discuss the interface and how to complete it. No meeting today.

2. Canada and World War I. Start by opening and going over document Canada: Introduction to the War (20 mins).

2. Assign reading: 1. The Conflict Begins; 2. The Conflict Widens; and 3, Canada Enters the War.

Complete associated section end questions, e.g. Reading Questions for Unit.

Assignment due for Monday, May 25's class.

Friday, May 22nd

1. Work period. If you complete the readings and questions, spend some time watching one of the associated videos or play one of the associated review games.

Monday, May 25th

1. Google Meet: 1:30. We'll correct sections 1, 2 and 3 today.

2. Assign reading: 4. Ypres 1915; 5. The War of Attrition; and 6. Festubert and Givenchy and associated questions.

Assignment due for Wednesday, May 27th's class.

Tuesday, May 26th

1. Work period. If you complete the associated readings and questions, spend some time watching one of the associated vidoes or one of the associated review games.

Wednesday, May 27th

1. Google Meet: 1:30. We'll correct sections 4, 5 and 6 today.

2. Assign "Over the Top Trenches" game. Play the simulation, i.e. you play a game from the point of view of a Canadian soldier experiencing life on the front line on the Western Front.

3. Work on "Over the Top Story" assignment.

4. Work on "Over the Top Map" assignment.

Thursday, May 28th

1. Work period. Use this time to complete the two Over the Top assignments, e.g. the Story and the Map.

Friday, May 29th

1. Watch the video "World War One Hidden Stories: Canada's Soldier".

Monday, June 1st

1. Assign reading: 7. Formation of the Canadian Corps; 8. 1916 - Preluade to the Somme; and 9. The Battle of Vimy Ridge and all associated questions.

Assignment due for Wednesday, June 3rd's class.

Tuesday, June 2nd

1. Work period.

Wednesday, June 3rd

1. Google Meet: 1:30. We'll correct sections 7, 8 and 9 today.

2. 1. Assign reading: 10. Behind the Lines; 11. Hill 70 and Lens; and 12. Third Battle of Ypres and Passchendaele and all associated questions.

Assignment due for Friday, June 5th's class.

Thursday, June 4th

1. Work period.

2. You might consider taking the practice test today if you have not already done so.

Friday, June 5th

1. Google Meet: 1:30. We'll correct sections 10, 11 and 12 today.

2. Assign reading: 13, 14 and 15 and all associated questions.

Assignment due for Wednesday, June 10th's class.

Monday, June 8th

1. Assign reading: 16, 17, 18 and 19.

Assignment due for Wednesday, June 10th's class.

Tuesday, June 9th

1. Work period.

Wednesday, June 10th

1. Google Meet: 1:30. We'll correct sections 13-19 today.

2. Unit end test on Friday, June 12th.

 

 

Thursday, June 11th

1. Play review games, complete any required assignment, complete the practice test.

Tomorrow's exam consists of the typical combination of multiple choice, true/false, true/false/why, matching, and short answer questions.

Friday, June 12th

1. World War I unit test. Log into your Quia account and complete the test found on the class page.

Monday, June 15th

1. Crash course on the 1930s.