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Socials 10 - Michael Cranny's Horizons
Worksheet Assignment (Word Doc) Readings (PDF) Lesson Title Extra Links
horizonschpt1(1) horizons_1-1 Canada / Land of Yesterday  
horizonschpt1(2) horizons_1-2 Upper Canada  
horizonschpt1(3) horizons_1-3 Colonial Gov't and the Need for Reform  
horizonschpt2(1) horizons_2-1 The Victorians  
horizonschpt2(2) horizons_2-2 Building a Nation  
horizonschpt2(3) horizons_2-3 Confederation Achieved / BNA Act  
horizonschpt3(1) horizons_3-1 Intro to the Geography of Western Canada  
horizonschpt3(2) horizons_3-2 Physical Regions of Western Canada  
horizonschpt3(3) horizons_3-3 Climates of Western Canada  
horizonschpt3(4) horizons_3-4 Natural Regions of Western Canada  
horizonschpt3(5) horizons_3-5 The Cultural Landscapes of Western Canada  
horizonschpt4(1) horizons_4-1 The Northwest in 1800  
horizonschpt4(2) horizons_4-2 1800 to 1860 in the Northwest  
horizonschpt4(3) horizons_4-3 The Merger of the HBC and the NWC  
horizonschpt4(4) horizons_4-4 The Red River Between 1860 and 1870  
horizonschpt5(1) horizons_5-1 The Metis Flee Westward  
horizonschpt5(2) horizons_5-2 The 1st Nation Peoples in the Northwest  
horizonschpt5(3) horizons_5-3 The National Dream  
horizonschpt5(4) horizons_5-4 The Northwest Rebellion of 1885  
horizonschpt6(1) horizons_6-1 The Oregon Territory and the Colony of Vancouver Island  
horizonschpt6(2) horizons_6-2 The Cariboo Gold Rush  
horizonschpt6(3) horizons_6-3 The Colony of B.C. and the Emergence of Vancouver  
horizonschpt6(4) horizons_6-4 The Chinese in B.C. and Economic Diversity  
horizonschpt7(1) horizons_7-1 Emergence of Modern Canada  
horizonschpt7(2) horizons_7-2 The Laurier Boom  
horizonschpt7(3) horizons_7-3 Closing the Door to Immigration / The Struggle for Human Rights  
horizonschpt7(4) horizons_7-4 Using Statistics Like an Historian  
horizonschpt8(1) horizons_8-1 The Changing Economy  
horizonschpt8(2) horizons_8-2 Economic Essentials  
horizonschpt8(3) horizons_8-3 Canada's Economic Regions  
horizonschpt8(4) horizons_8-4 Canada and the U.S.: An Overview  
horizonschpt8(5) horizons_8-5 Freer Trade in North America  
horizonschpt9(1) horizons_9-1 B.C. Resouorces / An Overview  
horizonschpt9(2) horizons_9-2 Fisheries and Water  
horizonschpt9(3) horizons_9-3 Agriculture and Mining  
horizonschpt9(4) horizons_9-4 High Tech, Tourism and Demographics  
horizonschpt10(1) horizons_10-1 International Trade Agreements and Canada  
horizonschpt10(2) horizons_10-2 Canada and the Pacific Rim  
horizonschpt10(3) horizons_10-3 Freer Trade with the Americas  
horizonschpt10(4) horizons_10-4 Canada's Trade with Europe