HISTORY LESSON COLLECTION #1 -- Indigenous peoples & Colonization: Asian migration, territory, social structures

Time Period:  Origins to 1608
Social Phenomenon: The experience of Indigenous peoples and the colonization attempts

Program Content Learning Intentions covered by this collection:
Know the Asian migration theory Know the different Aboriginal groups in the territory of Quebec.
Explain the way of life and social structures of different Indigenous groups. 
Essential Question suggestions:  Why do people move? ow does geography affect settlement?
Collage of images for Indigenous peoples & Colonization: Asian migration, territory, social structures
A teacher-version of these texts, images and websites, including suggested lesson activities and tools, 
is available via the Communauté d'histoire here:  Go to site

Student versions of these online materials are listed here if logged in to LEARN:  Go to page

Browse many of the websites curated (not texts or activities in above) via the gallery below.

GALLERY OF IMAGES AND SITES - #1 Asian migration, territory, social structures

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LEARN teams have curated hundreds of readily available online materials and aligned them with the knowledge lists in the new Quebec & Canada History program.  Organized into collections, they are structured around Matt Russell's (WQSB) "Learning Intentions" for the entire cycle and include activity suggestions and tools, that can be used in many ways by both teachers and students. 

Teacher versions available for Secondary 3 & 4 are listed here  Go to page

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