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Appreciating the Legacies

Identify especially notable contributions made by one of the groups living in Alberta during the 19th and early 20th centuries and express your appreciation, in a letter, to an appropriate cultural organization connected to the group.

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Specific Outcomes

This critical challenge may address these outcomes:

Specific Outcome - Students will recognize how stories of people and events provide multiple perspectives on past and present events
Specific Outcome - Students will recognize oral traditions, narratives and stories as valid sources of knowledge about the land, culture and history
Specific Outcome - Students will recognize how the diversity of immigrants from Europe and other continents has enriched Alberta's rural and urban communities
Specific Outcome - What movement or migration within Canada contributed to the populating of Alberta?
Specific Outcome - In what ways did Francophones establish their roots in urban and rural Alberta
(i.e., voyageurs, missionary work, founding institutions, media, politics, commerce)?
Specific Outcome - How did the Métis Nation and Métis settlements contribute to Alberta's identity
(i.e., languages, accomplishments)?
Specific Outcome - How did European immigration contribute to the establishment of communities in Alberta in the late 19th century and early 20th century?
Specific Outcome - How did the arrival of diverse groups of people determine the establishment and continued growth of rural and urban communities?
Specific Outcome - How are agriculture and the establishment of communities interconnected?
Specific Outcome 4.S.1.2 - Students will evaluate, critically, ideas, information and positions from multiple perspectives
C Citizenship
ER Economics and Resources
CC Culture and Community
I Identity
LPP The Land: Places and People
GC Global Connections
TCC Time, Continuity and Change
PADM Power, Authority, and Decision Making
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