Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Wednesday, April 13. 2016

Today's schedule is Today's schedule is B-A-D-C-PLC

B Block Social Studies 10 - Today with Mr. Elliott...

A Block Introduction to Law 9/10 - Today you'll have time to complete your Chapter 4 Crossword from the All About Law textbook. After we begin our look at courts and trial procedures. We'll look at the three court levels in BC (Provincial, Supreme, and Appellate) then we'll focus on courtroom organization and then we'll discuss the roles and responsibilities of the judge, the crown prosecutor, defense counsel, the court clerk, court recorder, and sheriff. This should help you with your Fairy Tale Law project which you'll start tomorrow

D Block Social Studies 10 -  Confederation timeline completion day. You'll have the block to finish as much work as you can on your timeline which will be handed in tomorrow in Socials class. Now as for you test next Monday....here's what I'd want to remember:

  • What were the ruling, or elite, groups in Upper and Lower Canada called and what impact did they have on the two colonies? 
  • Why was there dissatisfaction in Upper and Lower Canada in the 1830s? 
  • Where did most immigrants to British North America come from in the early 1800’s? 
  • Describe the system of government in Canada in the 1830s. 
  • Who were the leading reformers in Upper and Lower Canada in the 1830s and what did they want? 
  • What specific concerns did the French Lower Canadians have? 
  • What were the results of the rebellions and what were Lord Durham’s findings? 
  • What was Elgin’s role in bringing about Responsible government? 
  • What were some advantages of Confederation? What were some internal and external factors (six of them, right?!) leading to Confederation? 
  • What happened at the conferences held to debate Confederation? 
  • Define Manifest Destiny, representation by population, and Fenian Raids? 
  • How did the 1867 constitution define federal and provincial responsibilities?
  • Who were the proponents and antagonists of Confederation in Canada (people and colonies)?
  • Explain the Canadian government’s approach to Aboriginal issues, and Residential Schools.
  • What were the attitudes and values of the Victorian Era?
  • What were some innovations in science and technology in the Victorian Era?

C Block Law 12 - Today with Mr. Elliott...

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