Classroom Materials

Chapter 5 – Elections, Activity 4 – Voter Information Card - Listening: Citizenship Resource [Audio – 1:04] (2010)

This audio file accompanies an activity designed to explain the importance of a voter information card. It is part of a resource developed for instructors teaching concepts of Canadian citizenship in an English as a Second Language (ESL) class for adults.

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2014-04-22

Chapter 5 – Elections, Activity 1 – Voter Information Card, Part B: Citizenship Resource [Audio – 0:56] (2010)

This audio file is part of a resource designed for instructors who are teaching English as a Second Language (ESL) to adults, with special emphasis on topics related to citizenship. It is part of an activity that helps learners become familiar with a voter information card.

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2014-04-14

Chapter 4 – Canada's Government, Activity 6 – How a Bill Becomes Law - Listening, Parts A & B: Citizenship Resource [Audio – 3:37] (2010)

This audio file is part of a resource designed for instructors who are teaching English as a Second Language (ESL) to adults. It is part of an activity in the section on Canada’s government, and explains the steps involved in bringing forward a proposed law and debating it in Parliament.

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2014-04-07

Chapter 4 – Canada's Government, Activity 4 – Vocabulary and Pronunciation, Parts B & C: Citizenship Resource [Audio – 0:52] (2010)

This audio file is part of a resource developed for instructors who teach concepts of Canadian citizenship in an English as a Second Language (ESL) class for adults. It accompanies a chapter on government, and provides some of the vocabulary related to that topic.

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2014-04-02

Chapter 4 – Canada's Government, Activity 1 – Levels of Government in Canada, Part A: Citizenship Resource [Audio – 1:12] (2010)

This audio file accompanies a resource designed for instructors who are teaching English as a Second Language (ESL) to adults. It is part of the section dealing with government, and explains how government operates at the municipal, provincial/territorial, and federal levels in Canada.

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2014-03-25

Chapter 3 – Canada's History, Activity 7 – The Canadian Pacific Railway, Parts C & D: Citizenship Resource [Audio – 5:27] (2010)

This audio file is part of a resource developed for instructors who are teaching concepts of Canadian citizenship in an English as a Second Language (ESL) class for adults. It accompanies a chapter on history, and focuses on the building of the Canadian Pacific Railway and its importance to Canada.

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2014-03-19

Chapter 3 – Canada's History, Activity 6 – Fathers of Confederation, Parts B & C: Citizenship Resource [Audio – 3:16] (2010)

This audio file accompanies a resource designed for instructors who are teaching English as a Second Language (ESL) to adults. Part of a section on history, it offers information about some of Canada’s Fathers of Confederation. They include, among others, George-Étienne Cartier from Quebec; Samuel Leonard Tilley of New Brunswick; George Brown from Ontario; and Joseph Howe and Charles Tupper of Nova Scotia.

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2014-03-11

Chapter 3 – Canada's History, Activity 6 – Fathers of Confederation, Part A: Citizenship Resource [Audio – 0:51] (2010)

This audio file is part of a resource designed for instructors who are teaching concepts of Canadian citizenship in an adult English as a Second Language (ESL) classroom. It accompanies a chapter on history, and lists some of Canada’s Fathers of Confederation.

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2014-03-03

Chapter 3 – Canada's History, Activity 5 – Canada's First Prime Minister, Part B: Citizenship Resource [Audio – 0:47] (2010)

This audio file is part of a resource designed for instructors who teach English as a Second Language (ESL) to adults. It accompanies the chapter on Canadian history, and offers some information about Canada’s first prime minister, Sir John A. Macdonald.

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2014-02-25

Chapter 3 – Canada's History, Activity 3 – Timeline Map, Part B: Citizenship Resource [Audio – 1:56] (2010)

This audio file accompanies a resource designed for instructors who are teaching English as a Second Language (ESL) to adults. It is part of a chapter on Canadian history, and offers a timeline for the growth of the Canadian federation, from the original four provinces that joined forces in 1867, through to the creation of the territory of Nunavut in 1999.

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2014-02-18

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