Here are all the things you'll use to demonstrate completion of the course's overall expectations. That's fancy talk for, "You've got to do this stuff for marks."
This is your introduction to analysing history using themes. The first document below is a peer/self checklist we'll be using to tune up your first draft before it's submitted for evaluation. There is a link below to the Prezi that has all the instructions and whatnot.
The Winnipeg General Strike
Economy Unit Summative
War Unit Summative
Tech Unit Summative
These are the overall instructions...
Part One: 1914~1929
Part Two: 1929~1945
Part Three: 1945~1982
Part Four: 1982~ Present
There are two things here; the file is the questions, the link is the reading.
It's, you know, other things I think you should see that might help you along.
You could probably find these on your own but I thought I'd point you in the direction of some especially useful entries.
Wealth Distribution Article
Here's the original article describing how wealth is distributed in Canada and the consequences of that distribution.
Evolution of Dance Music
I'll only say this about that: I love the internet. Check this out...
Mr. Shaw's Treaty of Versaille Prezi
Mr. Shaw`s Korea Prezi
Mr. Shaw's Gulf War Prezi