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Canada in the 20th Century is a multimedia full high school course which includes assignments, answer keys, rubrics, student samples and more. Assignments and Answer Keys can be accessed at online links in the membership section of the course. Curated online content is available in the membership section to enhance learning.
The course combines film, text, living books, and web resources for rich content. Assignments contain historical and critical thinking skills and can be done offline in Word or with hard copy PDF downloads.
The course schedule includes about 40 minutes per day, 4 days per week for one school year. Students can double up lessons if desired to complete in one semester, or access all the additional resources to stretch into a two-year course. Course content is considered equal to one full high school course.
- After receiving Canada in the 20th Century, login or create an account on this site.
- Go to the Shop (top left) and search for Canada in the 20th Century Online Membership. Add it to your cart.
- View your cart (top right).
- Use the 100% off coupon located in the inside cover of the student coursebook.
- Complete checkout
- You now have access to Canada in the 20th Century Online High School course.
- See the Enrolled tab (top right) to access the course.
- Full answer key for student course workbook
- Full answer key for all assignments with marking rubrics
- Full answer keys for all quizzes and tests with marking rubrics
- Final exam with answer key and marking rubric
- Login to your account
- Click the Enrolled tab (top right)
- Click on Canada in the 20th Century Membership
- Scroll down to the course content
- Teacher resources are located on the first page
- Enter password found in letter received with coursebook
If you are unable to find the password to access the Teacher Resources, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Siblings using course in same time frame as first student: Families using the Canada, in the Twentieth Century high school course for more than one student in the same family may purchase a license for each sibling and copy of the course book at a 30% discount with the purchase of a full course. This does not come with an access code for assignments and online resources as the access code is available with the first copy of the course.
Siblings using course in a different time frame as the first student: Additional sibling licenses and course books can be purchased with special permission from the publisher.
You will not receive a new code. The original login date will be manually extended. Please contact email@example.com when you are ready to start and want the expiry date manually changed.
The course is a chronological 20th century Canadian history course which is all completed. There are two extra units, one on government and one on globalization. These units have questions (with answer keys) for textbook reading but no tests or extra content. This is because most provinces require a 20th century Canadian history course primarily. The extra units are required in B.C. Socials 11, but for other provinces this bonus material but not essential.
In Alberta the three socials courses, Socials 10-30, are theme based 20th century Canadian & global content. Our course covers all the themes but not as much global content as is required in the AB courses. It may be possible to use Canada in the 20th Century for both Socials 20-30. There is enough extra material to stretch our course into two credits but you may be required to work through the AB textbook as well. You will need to check with your facilitator. If the course is not allowed as a comparable course for the requirements, you can ask that it be credited as an optional course.
Canada, A People’s History DVDs are out of print as DVDs but can be accessed through libraries, or through online streaming at Curio Subscribers if your school or library are subscribers. Limited copies of Series 4 are still available, and French versions of Series 3 & 4.
If you do not have access to Canada, A People’s History, please email Donna at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Please sign up for a free account on Tiki Tokim which gives you the ability to create one timeline. The feedback from students has been that online timelines are too time consuming to complete more than one in a course. For this reason I have not renewed the class subscription to Tiki Toki Timelines.
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- Follow the prompts to register
- Next time, simply sign in to access the textbook
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