Grade 3 Social Studies Heritage and Identity: Communities in Canada 1780-1850
Learning Goal 3.1: We will identify various First Nations and some Métis communities in Upper and Lower Canada from 1780 to 1850, including those living in traditional territory and those who moved or were forced to relocate to new areas in response to European settlement, We will locate the areas where they lived, using print, digital, and/or interactive maps or a mapping program.
Learning Goal 3.2: We will identify various settler communities in Canada during this period and locate them on a map.
Learning Goal 3.3: We will identify some of the main factors that helped shape the development of settlements in Canada during this period.
Learning Goal 3.4: We will describe some of the major challenges facing communities in Canada during this period.
Learning Goal 3.5; We will describe the impact of some different kinds of settlements on the natural environment and on any existing settlements.
Learning Goal 3.6: We will describe some key aspects of life in selected First Nations, Métis, and settler communities in Canada during this period, including the roles of men, women, and children.
Learning Goal 3.7; We will describe how some different communities in Canada related to each other during this period, Did they relate to these relationships were characterized by conflict or cooperation?
Here is a great TVO video about salting cod and making beaver hats. Click here to see the video
National Film Board of Canada has many videos about Life in Upper Canada for students.