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The diary is written by Genevieve, a young Abenaki girl who has been taken in by a French woman during the siege of Quebec. A Rebel's Daughter: The 1837 Diary of Arabella Stevenson (Toronto, Upper Canada, 1837) by Janet Lunn, 2006. Teaching with Dear Canada opens with a table of contents followed by a three page timeline of Canadian history. Each of the above four books is located in the timeline, along with some key historical events, ending with the creation of Nunavut in 1999. For each of the novels von Heyking follows the same format: § a brief summary of the novel
This fourth teaching guide for the Dear Canada historical fiction series focuses on The Death of My Country, Turned Away, No Safe Harbour and A Rebel's Daughter. It includes an overview of teaching social studies through historical fiction and provides a summary for each book, themes for classroom discussion, crosscurricular activities, ready-to-use reproducibles and more.
Teaching with Bear introduces you to a new approach in your English lessons. Mary Slattery explains how to stage your lesson using a puppet and how to involve a puppet in listening, speaking, reading and writing activities. She also shows you how you can use your puppet to integrate other areas of the curriculum in your English lessons. You'll also see how effective a puppet can be in including all children, whatever their learning needs. You see Bear helping children learn to count, and how children with learning difficulties respond to a puppet. The interviews feature the teachers, reflecting on their experiences of using Bear, and the author English for Primary Teachers.
and Mars au Canada by Ronald Haycock 3. Dear Israelis, dear Arabs;: A working approach to peace by Roger Fisher 4. Dear Emily by Fern Michaels 5. Dear Gang by Sherwood Baker 6. Dear God: (Letters to God) by Minnie Hawthorne-Ewing 7. Dear God, Thanks for Your Help by Annie Fitzgerald 8. Dear Lord, I Want to Do Daily Devotions by Shane.
Author : Amy Von Heyking. Publisher : Scholastic Canada.
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