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A Journey Through Time! (Series: Canadian Genealogy Centre)
Descriptive Record for Educational Resource No. 42
History | Language Arts | Social Studies | Information Studies
Canada; History; Emigration and immigration
Grade Level:
Grades 4-6 | Grades 7, 8 | Secondary I-V (Quebec)
Type of Learning Resource:
Comprehensive Teaching Strategy
In this unit students will be introduced to a systematic research approach while learning more about their ancestors and the migration experiences that created the Canadian mosaic and the push-pull factors that influence migration.
240-480 min
Author of Resource:
Carol White
English; French
Curriculum Connections:
Alberta: Alberta: A Sense of Place: Grade 4
Alberta: Canada: The Land, People, and Stories: Grade 5
Alberta: Canada: Origins, Histories, Movement of People: Grade 7
British Columbia: Historical Development of Canada: Grades 4 and 5
Manitoba: Peoples and Stories of Canada to 1867: Grade 5
Manitoba: Canada: A Country of Change: Grade 6
Manitoba: People and Places in the World: Grade 7
New Brunswick: New Brunswick and Canada: Grade 5
New Brunswick: Twentieth Century Canada: Grade 7
Newfoundland and Labrabor: Our Country, Canada: Grade 6
Newfoundland and Labrabor: Living in North America: Grade 7
Northwest Territories: The Growth of Canada: Grade 9
Nova Scotia: Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Canada: Grade 8
Nova Scotia: Social Studies: North America: Grade 7
Nova Scotia: Nova Scotia and Atlantic Canada: Grade 6
Nunavut: The Growth of Canada: Grade 9
Ontario: Early Civilisations and Aspects of Citizenship and Government in Canada: Grade 5
Ontario: First Nations Peoples and European Explorers and Canada’s Links to the World: Grade 6
Ontario: Confederation, The Development of Western Canada - Canada: A Changing Society: Grade 8
Ontario: Geography Patterns in Human Geography, Economic Systems, Migration: Grade 8
Ontario: New France, British North America and Conflict and Change: Grade 7
Prince Edward Island: Community in the Lives of People: Grade 4
Prince Edward Island: Communities around the world: Grade 5
Prince Edward Island: Canadian History: 1814-1900: Grade 8
Quebec: Ethnic and Cultural Characteristics of Quebec and Canada: Grades 4 to 6
Quebec: World History: Secondary II
Quebec: Introduction to the History of Quebec and Canada: Grades 4 to 6
Saskatchewan: Canada: Grade 5
Saskatchewan: Canada’s Atlantic Neighbours: Grade 6
Saskatchewan: The Individual in Society: Grade 8
Yukon: Historical Development of Canada: Grades 4 and 5