- application of ideas is highly effective in scope
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Activity 6: My Family Grows and Changes
Time: 240 minutes
In this group activity, students create a photo journal that reflects the social and technological changes of the period. Students then present their photo journal at a family reunion. This activity demonstrates to the students that we have to be stewards of each other rather than worshipers of mass consumerism and excessive individualism.
CG2.02 - summarize Canada’s changing relationship with the United States from 1900 to the present;
CC1.03 - explain how the lives of adolescents and women have changed as a result of post-World War I urbanization and the post-World War II population shift to the suburbs (e.g., in terms of schooling, consumerism, leisure);
CC2.02 - use visual displays effectively to show how technological developments have changed lifestyles through the twentieth century (e.g., cars, television, plastics, computers, biotechnology);
SP2.02 - explain why social support programs (e.g., old age pensions, unemployment insurance, family allowance, medicare) were established in Canada.