To create three cards from topics explain throughout the Canadian History Course.
1. You will choose(in draft form) a person, place and thing(weapon, law, event) that we have discussed in the course.
2. You will then begin to think of creative and thought provoking ways to display them. EX. Stalingrad
3. We will spend 2 days in the computer lab so that you can:
- find information and create the “stats page” of your trading card.
Stats Page must include 5 of the following:
who,what, where, how, impact on country/war/world, historical significance, Canada’s reaction, 3 interesting facts, chain reaction(led to), or any other categories you think will provide an informative overview of your term.
-copy and paste images to create the front of your trading card. At least one of the three card must be hand drawn. The other two can be a combination of images or a collage as long as it is your own work. 4. You will then have 1 day in class to put your cards together. Card elements are to be pasted on construction paper, with colors depending on the unit the term is from.
1900-1918-Blue 1919-1938-Orange 1938-1945-Red 1946-1985-Green 5. Over the next two days you and your classmates will create a giant timeline in the classroom by presenting your cards to the class to help them review for the exam. You will then paste your cards in its appropriate place in the timeline.