Fathers of Confederation Research Project

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Fathers of Confederation Research Project
The Fathers of Confederation were important people that worked together to promote and encourage people in their colonies to support Confederation or who represented those against confederation at the confederation conferences.

In order to learn more about these men, research the life of one of the key figures involved in the Confederation debate. Then present your information to the class in a 3-5 minute presentation.

It is recommended that you use:

  1. Powerpoint/Prezzi other slideshow

  2. Glogster (more than one if necessary)

  1. You will randomly draw one Father of Confederation.

  2. Begin researching your Father of Confederation. Use the attached sheets to help organize your information. Use at least three sources, try to use one book. Gather information on:

  1. Create your presentation (oral presentation and visuals) and practice, practice, practice!

  2. Review the rubric to make sure you have completed all items.

  3. Present to the class. Keep your presentation between three and five minutes.

You may find the following websites helpful:






Note: You may work on your own or in partners. Both people must speak during the presentation. Also remember that when working in partners the work should reflect the input of two people.
To help you create a bibliography you can use

www.easybib.com DUE: April8th

Research and Report Rubric
Name: Date:
Father of Confederation Research Project:
(0) Not done (1) Beginning (2) Working on it (3) Got it









  • full name and any titles

  • date and place of birth

  • date and place of death

  • family background

  • interesting facts about childhood or early years

  • interesting facts about personal life

  • contributions to the Confederation debate

  • portrait or image related to the biography

of one Father of Confederation from the list provided.


Recording Information for bibliography

Name: Date:

For Print Source
Place of publication:
Publishing company:
Year published:

For Internet Source
Author(s) (if given):
Title of page:
Name of Web site:
Host of site:
Date of last update:
Date I last looked at it:
Web site address:

Reliability Checklist

 Information is up-to-date.

 Ideas and opinions are based on facts.

 I trust the source.

 Information seems to be fair about different perspectives.

Record the information from this source in the space below. Write down the page number for each fact.

Add another page if you need more space!

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