|History 30 |
New France Britney Savage
|Stage 1: Identify Desired Results|
– Know that the organization of a society and its behavior is influenced by a number of assumptions that surround certain relationships.
– Know that every society will evolve assumptions and practices that surround the key societal relationship between the people and the “land”.
|Key Understandings: (‘I Can’ statements) |
– I can describe the social organization of New France I can describe the political organization of New France
– I can articulate why New France fell to the British
– I can explain The Treaty of Utrecht and the Treaty of Paris
– I can elaborate on the impact the Seven Years’ War had on New France I can understand why New France fell to Britain
|Essential or Key Questions: |
– How was New France’s political and social organizations set up in New France?
– Why was the Treaty of Paris and the Treaty of Utrecht a problem for New France?
– What impact did the Seven Years’ War have on New France?
– Why did New France fall to Britain?
|Prerequisite Learning: |
– Cartier, Champlain, push-pull factors
|Instructional Strategies: |
Interactive lecture Open-ended questions Readings and discussion Videos Exit slip
|Stage 2: Determine Evidence for Assessing Learning|
|Formative: Articulation, observation, exit slip|
|Stage 3: Build Learning Plan|
|Current Events: Length of Time: 5 mins. Anyone know of any events happening in the news? |
Development: Proper names for Indigenous people
Length of Time: 10 mins.
Handout of proper names for Indigenous people
Development: Political New France
Length of Time: 10 mins.
Political organization (government)
Company of 100 Associates
Military Growth of New France
Development: Social New France
Length of Time: 10 mins
Role of the church
Other religious orders
Daily life of New France
Development: Reading of the Les Filles du Roi
Length of Time: 15mins.
Hand out the article to read and answer questions
Learning Closure: Exit Slip
Length of Time:10 mins.
What events lead to the fall of New France to the British empire?
PowerPoint, exit slip question, videos, reading, names for Indigenous people hand-out
Possible Adaptations/ Differentiation:
Videos could be used to represent and solidify the material
While in group work students are to stay on task Teachers could put students in groups if they know particular students do not work well together
Respect other people’s opinions Cultural sensitivities
|Stage 4: Reflection|