Monthly Archives: August 2013

DAY 23

Marks are currently being updated.

HOMEWORK FOR TOMORROW:

Organize your binder. Easy assignment out of 10 y’all!
GOVERNMENT
HISTORY (in order)
HUMAN GEOGRAPHY

Work on your 20 Answers projects.

Your questions are:
Allegra: Assess the impact of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms on the Canadian public since 1982.
Wayne: Describe the evolution of Canadian autonomy from 1914-1982.
Adrian: Between 1914-2000, to what extent has Canada become an autonomous nation?
Bosco: To what extent was Canada a major participant in the First World War?
Breanna: Describe the impact of the First World War on Canada’s home front.
Ben: To what extent was Canada a major participant in the Second World War?
Alisa: Describe the impact of the Second World War on Canada’s home front.
James: To what extent between 1939 and 1970 did Canada evolve from being an insignificant nation to being a middle power?
Christelle: Describe Canada’s role in the Cold War from 1945 – 1989.
Thomas: Evaluate Canada’s contributions to the success of the UN.
Alison: To what extent have Canada’s immigration policies become fairer during the period of 1914-2000?
Shiela: Describe Canada’s shift from being under the British sphere of influence to being under the American sphere of influence between 1914-2000.
Christel: Explain how Canada’s identity has been shaped as a result of its involvement in international affairs from 1914 – 2000
Kris: Describe the role of French Canada in influencing Canadian politics from the 1914 – present.
Monica: Evaluate the impact of global warming on Canada.
Mary: Analyze the threats to Canadians regarding quality of fresh water.
Lily: “The Greatest Tragedy today is the gap between rich and poor.” Evaluate this statement.

DAY 22

HOMEWORK:
1950s and 1960s StudyGuide was due today.
1980s and BEYOND StudyGuide is due Friday (tomorrow)

PERMS Sheet (1950s-2000s) is for your own review. Try to do it without the book. We will be doing it with BUDDIES in class next week.

SG for Chapter 11 is due Tuesday.