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Welcome to CHC2D 

Canadian History in the Twentieth Century



Course Questions

Is Canada a country that you can be proud of?

How is Canada’s story, my story?

Is Canada a better place now than before?


What are the skills of history and how did I learn them?

My Skills Inventory - track your skills all year




Unit 1 - Course Overview 


Unit 2 - Canada: 1914-1929


Unit 3 - Canada: 1929-1945


Unit 4 - Canada: 1945-1982


Unit 5 - Canada: 1982-present





Introductory/Administrative Materials


Main Textbook: Canadian Sources Investigated 

Student links for the book


 Glebe's Assessment and Evaluation  Policy  


Glebe Library History

 Course resources: These sites should be your first stop on the web for Canadian History


 Summative Projects:


 #1 History Day Fair - Essay, exhibit, documentary or performance


#2   Interview on the Course Questions -  During the exam period


My Skills Inventory - Scaffolding for Question #2





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