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Students should address the question of employment and job opportunities. At the same time, present the following listening intentions:. Continue by asking students to identify various characteristics of the concept of industrialization. More specifically, have them create a list of its features by visiting the McCord Museum Web site to view the following three illustrations and read the accompanying documentation. Ask students to share their ideas in order to create a conceptual map semantic network or draw up the most comprehensive list possible of the characteristics of industrialization factories, workers, division of labour, resources, production methods, capital, transportation, social classes, etc.
Next, ask students to reflect on the steps that the newly-created Canadian federation might have taken to contain the raging economic crisis of the s. Next, have the students do a comparison exercise in the form of a chart on economic policies, noting the distinctions between protectionist and free trade policies.
Provide the appropriate definitions:. During a class discussion, summarize with the students the characteristics of the National Policy: is it a protectionist or free trade policy? Note the data for the cartoon:. Have them discuss the topic together, then form an opinion and draw a cartoon to illustrate their point of view. Start by displaying the following contemporary cartoon, available on the McCord Museum Web site:.
Begin a class discussion on protectionism and free trade by providing the following information on contemporary economics:. Cambridge Dictionaries Online. Journal LesAffaires. March 21, Website of PolitiquesSociales. This activity specifically draws upon vintage cartoons of the s. McCord Museum of Canadian History. Add this Collection to My Content.
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Use the main navigation to move through the process. Add this Learning Object to My Content. Add this Media File to My Content. Why do so many people live in the Greater Montreal region? What draws people to this city? Complete this list of ideas by consulting the following image and its description on the McCord Museum site: M Remember, the Canadian federation included seven provinces during this period: Quebec, Ontario, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia joined at the beginning; Manitoba joined in ; British Columbia joined in ; and Prince Edward Island joined in Macdonald planned to adopt to revive the Canadian economy?
In the tariffs on American products were raised, making them more expensive than their Canadian counterparts. What was used to open up and settle the West? Find definitions for any unusual words or expressions If there is a dialogue, what does each cartoon say?
What is happening? What do we know about these people? Are characters stereotyped? Are these characters symbolic? Is the illustrator using analogy? Are visual elements, signs or symbols being used? Are these people or these issues still important today?
Can the point of view or values political, religious, regional, ethnic, economic, etc. What does the cartoon teach us about the historical context of the period? Start by displaying the following contemporary cartoon, available on the McCord Museum Web site: M It helped to strengthen the presence of American firms or their subsidiaries in the two countries. Competency 2: Interprets social phenomena using the historical method. Methodology: Interpretation of an iconographic document.
Social phenomena: Formation of Canadian federation. Concepts: Industrialization, free trade, National Policy. Historical knowledge: Economic conditions. Cross-curricula competency 1: Uses information. Cross-curricula competency 4: Uses creativity. Cross-curricula competency 6: Uses information and communication technologies. All Rights Reserved.
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