Canadian History – Grade 10

This course explores social, economic, and political developments and events and their impact on the lives of different individuals, groups, and communities, including First Nations, Métis, and Inuit individuals and communities, in Canada since 1914. Students will examine the role of conflict and cooperation in Canadian society, Canada’s evolving role within the global community, and the impact of various individuals, organizations, and events on identities, citizenship, and heritage in Canada. Students will develop an understanding of some of the political developments and government policies that have had a lasting impact on First Nations, Métis, and Inuit individuals and communities. They will develop their ability to apply the concepts of historical thinking and the historical inquiry process, including the interpretation and analysis of evidence, when investigating key issues and events in Canadian history since 1914.

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Overall Curriculum Expectations

Historical Inquiry and Skill Development

  1. Historical Inquiry: use the historical inquiry process and the concepts of historical thinking when investigating aspects of Canadian history since 1914.
  2. Developing Transferable Skills: apply in everyday contexts skills developed through historical investigation and identify some careers in which these skills might be useful.

Canada, 1914-1929

1. Social, Economic, and Political Context: describe some key social, economic, and political events, trends, and developments between 1914 and 1929, and assess their significance for different groups in Canada.
2. Communities, Conflict, and Cooperation: analyse some key interactions within and between different communities in Canada, and between Canada and the international community, from 1914 to 1929, and how they affected Canadian society and politics.
3. Identity, Citizenship, and Heritage: explain how various individuals, organizations, and specific social changes between 1914 and 1929 contributed to the development of identity, citizenship, and heritage in Canada.

Canada, 1929-1945

1. Social, Economic, and Political Context: describe some key social, economic, and political events, trends, and developments between 1929 and 1945, and assess their impact on different groups in Canada.
2. Communities, Conflict, and Cooperation: analyse some key interactions within and between communities in Canada, and between Canada and the international community, from 1929 to 1945, with a focus on key issues that affected these interactions and changes that resulted from them.
3. Identity, Citizenship, and Heritage: explain how various individuals, groups, and events, including some major international events, contributed to the development of identity, citizenship, and heritage in Canada between 1929 and 1945.

Canada, 1945-1982

1. Social, Economic, and Political Context: describe some key social, economic, and political events, trends, and developments in Canada between 1945 and 1982, and assess their significance for different groups in Canada.
2. Communities, Conflict, and Cooperation: analyse some key experiences of and interactions between different communities in Canada, as well as interactions between Canada and the international community, from 1945 to 1982 and the changes that resulted from them.
3. Identity, Citizenship, and Heritage: analyse how significant events, individuals, and groups, including Aboriginal peoples, Québécois, and immigrants, contributed to the development of identity, citizenship, and heritage in Canada between 1945 and 1982

Canada, 1982 to the Present

1. Social, Economic, and Political Context: describe some key social, economic, and political events, trends, and developments in Canada from 1982 to the present, and assess their significance for different groups in Canada.
2. Communities, Conflict, and Cooperation: analyse some significant interactions within and between various communities in Canada, and between Canada and the international community, from 1982 to the present, and how key issues and developments have affected these interactions.
3. Identity, Citizenship, and Heritage: analyse how various significant individuals, groups, organizations, and events, both national and international, have contributed to the development of identity, citizenship, and heritage in Canada from 1982 to the present communicate the results of historical inquiries, using appropriate terms and concepts and a variety of forms of communication.

Course Details

Course Code CHC2D
Course Type Academic
Format Online School Course
Prerequisite None
Tuition Fee 650 – 1300
Department History
Course Title Canadian History
Grade Grade 10
Credit Value 1.0

Outline of Course Content

Unit Title Time
1 1900- 1928: Growth, Sacrifice and Dreams of Peace 25 hours
2 1929- 1945: Depression and the Horrors of War 25 hours
3 1946- 1967: Pursuit of Security, Prosperity and Unity 20 hours
4 1968- 1983: Conflicts and Economic Challenges 20 hours
5 1984 to Present: North American Reality 18 hours
  Final Examination 2 hours
  Total 110 hours

Course Details

Course Code CHC2D
Course Type Academic
Format Online School Course
Prerequisite None
Tuition Fee 650 – 1300
Department History
Course Title Canadian History
Grade Grade 10
Credit Value 1.0

Overall Curriculum Expectations

Historical Inquiry and Skill Development

  1. Historical Inquiry: use the historical inquiry process and the concepts of historical thinking when investigating aspects of Canadian history since 1914.
  2. Developing Transferable Skills: apply in everyday contexts skills developed through historical investigation and identify some careers in which these skills might be useful.

Canada, 1914-1929

1. Social, Economic, and Political Context: describe some key social, economic, and political events, trends, and developments between 1914 and 1929, and assess their significance for different groups in Canada.
2. Communities, Conflict, and Cooperation: analyse some key interactions within and between different communities in Canada, and between Canada and the international community, from 1914 to 1929, and how they affected Canadian society and politics.
3. Identity, Citizenship, and Heritage: explain how various individuals, organizations, and specific social changes between 1914 and 1929 contributed to the development of identity, citizenship, and heritage in Canada.

Canada, 1929-1945

1. Social, Economic, and Political Context: describe some key social, economic, and political events, trends, and developments between 1929 and 1945, and assess their impact on different groups in Canada.
2. Communities, Conflict, and Cooperation: analyse some key interactions within and between communities in Canada, and between Canada and the international community, from 1929 to 1945, with a focus on key issues that affected these interactions and changes that resulted from them.
3. Identity, Citizenship, and Heritage: explain how various individuals, groups, and events, including some major international events, contributed to the development of identity, citizenship, and heritage in Canada between 1929 and 1945.

Canada, 1945-1982

1. Social, Economic, and Political Context: describe some key social, economic, and political events, trends, and developments in Canada between 1945 and 1982, and assess their significance for different groups in Canada.
2. Communities, Conflict, and Cooperation: analyse some key experiences of and interactions between different communities in Canada, as well as interactions between Canada and the international community, from 1945 to 1982 and the changes that resulted from them.
3. Identity, Citizenship, and Heritage: analyse how significant events, individuals, and groups, including Aboriginal peoples, Québécois, and immigrants, contributed to the development of identity, citizenship, and heritage in Canada between 1945 and 1982

Canada, 1982 to the Present

1. Social, Economic, and Political Context: describe some key social, economic, and political events, trends, and developments in Canada from 1982 to the present, and assess their significance for different groups in Canada.
2. Communities, Conflict, and Cooperation: analyse some significant interactions within and between various communities in Canada, and between Canada and the international community, from 1982 to the present, and how key issues and developments have affected these interactions.
3. Identity, Citizenship, and Heritage: analyse how various significant individuals, groups, organizations, and events, both national and international, have contributed to the development of identity, citizenship, and heritage in Canada from 1982 to the present communicate the results of historical inquiries, using appropriate terms and concepts and a variety of forms of communication.

Outline of Course Content

Unit Title Time
1 1900- 1928: Growth, Sacrifice and Dreams of Peace 25 hours
2 1929- 1945: Depression and the Horrors of War 25 hours
3 1946- 1967: Pursuit of Security, Prosperity and Unity 20 hours
4 1968- 1983: Conflicts and Economic Challenges 20 hours
5 1984 to Present: North American Reality 18 hours
  Final Examination 2 hours
  Total 110 hours
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