Rebellions of 1837 Exploring Cause and Consequence



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Upper Canada

Examining Causes

Human agency

Who are the central people on both sides?

Upper Canada rebels: ______________________________________________________
Lower Canada rebels: ______________________________________________________
Government figures: ______________________________________________________
The actions people take may have intended outcomes. Intended outcomes are those that people wanted to bring about.

Give an example of an action and an intended outcome: ___________________________________________


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In addition, actions can have unintended outcomes. These are results of an action that people did not expect to come about.

Give an example of an action and an unintended outcome of the above action: ________________________


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Explain how the actions of the rebels and government figures resulted in certain intended outcomes.
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What are the ‘underlying causes’ or broad influences on the Rebellions of 1837? These underlying causes describe in general what Canada was like prior to the rebellions (use your list of antecedent events).




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