Important Note: Students are always responsible for saving their own original electronic files. Why did the German people elect Adolph Hitler Chancellor in 1933? Still a British Nation 10. U-boats would attack Allied shipping. What strategy did the British General Douglas Haig use at the Battle of the Somme? What objections did Quebec voters have? It imposed economic sanctions on Italy. The lesson numbers given here may differ slightly from the order in which these topics were covered in class. For example, students will be evaluated after completing work related to Prescribed Learning Outcome 3. What were some of the effects of the stock market crash? Describe what happened to the strikers after it was all over.
How did Trudeau hope to bridge the gap between North and South? Explain why you think these worries were or were not justified. Why did countries like the United States impose tariffs? Who do you agree with? What changes in the workplace have resulted from the work of feminists? What was the Mackenzie-Papineau Battalion? Escorted convoys; Halifax was a major refitting base and departure point. Laurent as tired and old while Diefenbaker seemed youthful and vibrant. Describe three new inventions used in World War I. The Rise of Dictatorships 51.
. How did the Allies try to protect its ships? Believed in adhering to his principles rather than compromising to stay in power. Why do you think this happened? How was it encouraged in Canada? How did Diefenbaker see himself? Lack of high schools and the need to send their teens away for secondary and higher education. Result of retrenching after two decades of rapid growth. What form did the Soviet support take? Describe their actions to assert their claims. Compare this export trade to one that exists in our day.
The celebration of the heritage and cultures of immigrants to Canada. What were the views of the federal and provincial governments on this matter? Duck and head for cover! Soldiers and tanks attacked protesters demanding democratic reforms in Tiananmen Square. Two ships collided and 2500T of dynamite aboard one exploded; 2000-3000 people killed; 10,000 injured; much of harbour and city destroyed. Most provinces opposed the Charter of Rights and Freedoms fearing it would make the courts more powerful than the legislature. They also felt Canadian political independence would be affected. List four terms of the Treaty of Versailles. What changes to society were made by government to recognize the increased numbers of young people? To control resources such as oil rubber and tin in those areas.
Put the following events in the correct order. Why do you think Borden gave only women with husbands or children in the war the right to vote in the 1917 election? It provides research, analysis and consultations on public policies affecting the arts and the Canadian cultural institutions and industries. Varied — may cover events from 1887 to 1998. Who led the campaign for Newfoundland to join Canada? What did they have to do in return? Canadian paratroopers captured, tortured and killed a Somalian teen found on their base. Why was it necessary to send even conscripted soldiers to Europe in 1944? Better pay; reduced hours of work; safer working conditions. To rally support for Britain.
Where the party forming the government has less than 50% of the seats in Parliament. Why did Lester Pearson appoint the Bilingualism and Biculturalism Commission when he became Prime Minister? Which Party and leader controlled Quebec in the late 1930s and from 1944 to 1959? A New Era of Globalization 83. What is meant by the term branch plant? They were seen as obstacles to assimilation. How was the life of a Canadian teenager different in the 1950s compared to the 1930s? Britain and France agreed to Hitler taking over part of Czechoslovakia on the promise that he would cease aggression. Half of the 555 dead died as prisoners of the Japanese. What countries were known as the Allies? Laurent government and become Prime Minister? That Canada declare war on Germany.
Who was William Lyon Mackenzie King? What were isolationists in the 1930s? Identify several consumer goods that became popular in this era. Move east of the Rockies or return to Japan. Why did people buy stocks on the margin in the 1920s? Somalia was ravaged by civil war and many were starving; troops were sent to distribute aid and protect aid workers. What were the purposes of the poster on p. How did the Vietnam War escalate in 1965 and 1966? Describe the impact of railway construction along the Fraser canyon on salmon.
What was the Komagata Maru incident of 1914? Why did Israel, France and Great Britain attack Egypt in 1956? Bennett take to fight the Depression? What is meant by the term collective security? Saw it as a rejection and humiliation; support for separation grew to 64%. What is the Security Council of the United Nations? Social Studies 11 contributes to the important goal of preparing students for their lives as national and global citizens. What worries did the Massey Commission have about television? How did the United States respond to this? Members of a group pledge military support and cooperation to resist aggression. Course Outline 1British Columbia Ministry of Education. The right to appear before a judge when arrested. Canada was now completely independent of Britain. Blasted rock blocked the river making it impossible for salmon to pass.
Buying shares with only a small down payment; when the loan comes due one hopes to sell the shares at a higher price, pay off the loan and make a profit. It made French the only official language in government offices; commercial signs had to be in French; immigrant children had to go to French schools and not English ones. Companies may move to areas where safety standards and wages are lower causing unemployment in Canada. What was the Munich Agreement of 1938? Britain and France declared war. Byng refused because he felt the motion of censure should be voted on first.