Lessons > Immigration And Settlement: grade 6
Immigration And Settlement: grade 6
Curriculum Outcomes: Cluster 1: Building a Nation (1867 to 1914)
6-KI-007 Give reasons for the establishment of treaties and reserves and describe their impact on individuals, families, and communities.
6-KI-008 Identify various groups that immigrated to Canada in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries and give reasons for their emigration.
6-KI-009 Describe ways in which immigration was encouraged by and important to the Canadian government from 1867 to 1914.
6-KI-011 Describe daily life on a prairie homestead between 1800 and 1914.
6-KH-031 Identify events and issues related to the construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway
6-KH-034 Explain the importance of agriculture in the development of Canada from 1867 to 1914.
Materials: (Activating student interest and Acquiring information)
Vocabulary : to promote use of language in oral discussion, reading and written work
Suggestions for Instruction: (Applying)
Have students work with the information presented as they learn about the history of settlement and immigration. Students should be introduced to many different interpretations of this period in Canadian history.
As students study Manitoba, they may complete one or more of the following:
Suggestions for Assessment
Create a chart listing the criteria for assessment to allow students to self assess their products. Conference with the students and provide descriptive feedback