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Celebrating Women's Achievements: Teaching and Writing Ideas
 
Descriptive Record for Educational Resource No. 11
Subject:
History | Language Arts | Social Studies
Topic:
Canada; History; Occupations; Vocational qualifications; Women
Grade Level:
Grades 9-12 | Secondary I-V (Quebec) | Senior 1-4 (Manitoba)
Type of Learning Resource:
Comprehensive Teaching Strategy
Description:
Teaching and Writing Ideas for Library and Archives Canada's Celebrating Women's Achievements website
Duration:
140 min.
Author of Resource:
Ian Bron
Language:
English; French
Date:
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Curriculum Connections:
British Columbia: History of Canada 1815 to 1914: Grade 10
British Columbia: Canada in the Twentieth Century: Grade 11
Manitoba: Canada: A Social and Political History: Senior 3
New Brunswick: Developing a Global Perspective - Through Cultural Understanding: Grade 9
New Brunswick: Canadian History: Grade 12
Ontario: Canadian History in the Twentieth Century: Grade 10
Ontario: Canada: History, Identity and Culture: Grade 12
Ontario: Twentieth Century History: Grade 11
Prince Edward Island: Social Studies: Grade 11
Prince Edward Island: Canadian Studies: Canada in a North American Perspective and PEI: Grade 12
Prince Edward Island: Atlantic Canada in the global community: Grade 9
Quebec: History of Canada and Quebec: Secondary IV
Saskatchewan: Canadian Studies: Grade 12
Saskatchewan: Social Organizations: Grade 10
Yukon: Canada in the Twentieth Century: Grade 11
Yukon: History of Canada 1815 to 1914: Grade 10