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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: iv, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm. Contents: 1. Rediscovering Canadian history: a challenge for the '80's Keeping up with Clio: changing perspectives in Canadian historiography Methodology, teaching approaches, and evaluation today Activity projects in Canadian history Concpets of Canada: an introductory.
The guide presents suggestions for teaching Canadian history in high school, including a discussion of methodology, two schemes of class organization, unit plans, and learning activities.
The objective is to explore new approaches and alternatives for teaching Canadian history. The book is presented in nine chapters. Chapter I provides background information and a rationale and lists knowledge.
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About the Book. Rediscovering the British World is one part of an ongoing attempt to approach British Imperial history from a different viewpoint, placing the colonies of settlement at the centre. Editors Phillip Buckner and Douglas Francis have included nineteen essays from expert scholars in the field, which cover a broad range of cultural, social, and intellectual topics in British imperial.
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