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Grade 8

2018-19


Chapter 7






Chapter 5: Lifestyles in the 19th Century

Station #1: Housing
Station #3: Sports and Recreation
Station #4: Music
    Slideshow
        Worksheet
Station #5: Language
Station #6: Religion
Station #7: Medicine




Chapter 6: World War 1

Test Dates
8-2 Monday, March 4, Day 3, Period 4
8-4 Tuesday, Tuesday, March 5, Period 4 

Study the following for this test:

Your test will consist of Fill ins, Multiple choice and true and false. These question will be taken from all the worksheets you have completed on this chapter. So, you NEED to study ALL your worksheets. 

1. Know all terms. Here is a Quizlet to help you study
2. Be able to identify and explain each of the 5 causes of WW 1. The notes for this question can be found in your folder. 
3. Study the 2 booklet you received for chapter 6







Unit 2

8-4: Wednesday, Dec. 12, Day 5. Period 5
8-2: Thursday, Dec. 13, Day 6, Period 2

Chapter 3: Making a living in the 19th Century



Chapter 3 Quizlet  posted 6:42 Sunday, Dec 9, 18




QUIZ: Thursday, Now 23

Study the materials we have completed in the chapter 3 booklet.
Introduction
In-shore fishery
Salt Cod video worksheet





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Chapter 2: The People Who Lived Here

8-4
Test: Tuesday, Oct. 30 Period 4, Day 4
8-2
Test: Thursday, Nov 1, Period 2, Day 6

What to study for Chapter 2 test

Your test will consist of True and False, Fill ins, Multiple choice and short answers.

1. Read all notes and activity sheets. 
2. Reasons for the extinction of the Beothuks
3. Describe the relationship of the Beothuk and the European settlers and the Mi`kmaq and the Europeans.
4. Identify the two groups of Innu and be able to explain have they are different. 
5. How did the arrival of the Europeans affect the lives of the Innu?
6. Study notes on the four main European groups who settled in NL. (true and false and multiple choice questions)
7. Explain `natural increase` as it relates to Newfoundland and Labrador in the 19th century.





The Innu Notes
The Inuit Notes
The Metis Notes



European Settlers Notes

Michael Anthony Fleming and other Early Immigrants (reading worksheet)


Unit 1: History and the Historian



8-4: Due: Wednesday, Sept 19, Day 4, Period 4
8-2: Due: Monday, Sept. 24, Period 3, Day 7

Chapter 1 QUIZ

8-4: Tuesday, September 25, Day 1, Period 4
8-2: Wednesday, October 3, Day 7, Period 3









































2017-18

Voyage to Discovery
A History of Newfoundland and Labrador 1800-Present

Chapter 8: The Second World War 
1939-1945
Quiz: 8-1 and 8-2
Wednesday, May 23, Day 3


Chapter 7: The Inter-War Years


Students are now finished the booklet for this chapter. Any student with work not completed will need to finish this at home and pass it in by Friday, April 20. Please see your teacher for a test to take home.


Chapter 6: World War 1 
Test:
8-1: Thursday, March 15, Day 3, Period 2
8-2: Thursday, March 15, Day 3, Period 5

Study the following
1. All terms (see quizlet below)
2. Causes of WW 1 (See notes you took at the beginning of this chapter)
3. Workbook on chapter 6 completed in class.
4. Know the arguments for and against conscription.


Chapter 5: Lifestyles of the 19th Century


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Test on Chapter 3
Wednesday, December 6, Day 7
8-1
8-2


Chapter 3 Making a Living in the 19th Century


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Chapter 2: The People Who Lived Here





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8-1

Chapter 1: History and the Historian
8-1 Story Telling Time (Artifact Assignment) 
Due Monday, September 25, Day 7

QUIZ: CHAPTER 1 TERMS 
See last page of booklet for chapter 1 
Thursday, September 28, Day 3, Period 1

Study the follow for your quiz

1. Why can we say the history is never complete? Explain and give an example.
2. What is the historical method. What are the four steps in this method?
AND.....



8-2 

Chapter 1: History and the Historian
8-2 Story Telling Time (Artifact Assignment) 
Due Tuesday, September 19, Day 3

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QUIZ: Chapter 1 Terms
See last page of booklet for chapter 1 
Thursday, September 28, Day 3, Period 5

1. Why can we say the history is never complete? Explain and give an example.
2. What is the historical method. What are the four steps in this method?
AND.....





















































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2016-17
Chapter 7: The Inter-War Years

Quiz On Chapter 7: 8-1, 8-2, 8-4 
Thursday, June 1, Day 7

You will need to study the following: ( You will find the answers to all these questions in the power Point notes and  the workbook you have completed)


1. Be able to define and give examples of Land-Based Industries and Economic Diversification.

    2. Be able to explain why economic diversification was so important to the nation of Newfoundland.

    3. What was the Labrador boundary dispute and how was it resolved.

    4. What happened on The Burin Peninsula in November 1929? What effect did it have on the people who lived there?  How did they rebuild their economy?

    5. Know who Matthew Mitchell is and what he did.

    6.  What is an Industrial town? What were the advantage and disadvantages of living in an
         industrial town?

    7. What were the three crisis / disasters that faced Newfoundland in the 1920-30's?

    8. What was the Great Depression and how did it effect the economy of Newfoundland?

    9. What was Commission of Government? Who appointed it, how was it set up, what did it try to do, what were the advantages and disadvantages of the Commission?


Chapter 6: Newfoundland and WW 1


Quiz #3

8-1: Monday, March 27, Period 2, Day 1
8-2: Wednesday, March 29, Period 4, Day 3
8-4: Monday, March 27, Period 1, Day 1

Quiz #2
8-2: Thursday, Feb 23, Day 7, Period 2
8-1: Thursday, Feb 23, Day 7, Period 3
8-4: Thursday, Feb 23, Day 7, Period 5



Chapter 3 Terms and Video Quiz - Study your terms sheet and the Video viewing sheet we completed in class. 

8-2 Tuesday, December 6 Day 7 Period 2
8-1 Tuesday, December 6 Day 7 Period 3
8-4 Tuesday, December 6 Day 7 Period 5






The Seal Hunt

November 21 / 2016

NEW DUE DATES FOR HERITAGE FAIR

Rough Copy of Essay

8-1 and 8-2 Thursday, December 1, Day 4

8-4 Friday, December 2, Day 5

All work is due for 8-1, 8-2 and 8-4

Friday, December 16, Day 1
Hand in the Following
1. Rough Copy of Essay
2. Good Copy of Essay
3. Visual display 
4. Cue Cards

Evaluation Structure

1. Proposal 5%
2. Rough Copy and Good Copy 35%
3. Visual Display 45%
4. Cue Cards 5%
5. Presentation 10%








Major Research Project

Next we we will be introducing our Heritage Fair major research project for the year. 





Monday, November 14, 

Chapter 3: Making a living in the 19th Century







October 31, 2016

Chapter 2 Test


This test was assigned on Thursday, October 27. Students have 10 days to study.

 
8-1; 8-2 and 8-4 All test for these classes will be on Monday, November 7.


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October 24, 2016

Chapter 2: The People Who Lived Here

Students are working on the booklet below in class.


Monday, October 3




Chapter 1 Quiz:

8-4: Thursday, October 13, Day 5, Period 1

8-2: Wednesday, Oct 12, Day 4, Period 2

8-1: Wednesday, Oct 12, Day 4, Period 3



Monday, September 19


Due Dates: 

8-1: Wednesday, September 21, Day 4, Period 3

8-2: Monday, September 26, Day 7, Period 2

8-4: Thursday, September 22, Day 5, Period 1

This project must be completed on one page and answer the W5H questions. You must also include a picture if you are describing an artifact. We will have a round table discussion of our assignments. Students will not be expected to `Stand in front of the class`to present this particular project. Students should be able to answer a few questions on their project either from me or fellow students.



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