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Monday, October 15

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  2. page SS10 Geography Unit (unit 1) edited Geography Unit: Helpful Links and Resources Physiographic Regions of Canada (landforms) Check …

    Geography Unit: Helpful Links and Resources
    Physiographic Regions of Canada (landforms)
    Check out this online Canadian Atlas page. It has a brief summary of each physiographic region accompanied by a short video showing you what the region looks like. The link will take you to the Western Cordillera Region. To view other regions, click on the arrows on the right hand side of the webpage (they say 'next page') or click on Landforms at the top of the page to see a drop-down list of regions. Enjoy!
    Canadian Atlas Physiographic Regions

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Friday, October 12

  1. page SS11 WWI edited Here are some PowerPoint materials that will help you review or learn more about WWI: {Canada’s R…
    Here are some PowerPoint materials that will help you review or learn more about WWI:
    {Canada’s Response To WWI.ppt}
    Canada's Response to WWI - powerpoint
    {MAIN Causes of WWI.ppt}
    M.A.I.N. Causes of WWI - powerpoint
    {WWI Propaganda 2.ppt}
    Propoganda in WWI - powerpoint

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  2. page SS11 WWI edited ... are some PowerPoint materials that ... about WWI: {WWI soldier in battlefield.bmp} Pow…
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    are some PowerPoint materials that
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    about WWI:
    {WWI soldier in battlefield.bmp}
    Powerpoint that talks about Canada 1900-1914:
    


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  3. page SS11 WW1 Study Terms edited Shell Shock Ø Combat Stress Reaction (CSR). Ø Battle Fatigue. Ø Post-traumatic stress disord…
    Shell Shock
    Ø Combat Stress Reaction (CSR).
    Ø Battle Fatigue.
    Ø Post-traumatic stress disorder.
    Ø Psychiatric illness.
    Dogfights (airplanes)
    Ø Aerial combat between fighter aircraft.
    Ø Air combat maneuvering at short range.
    Ø Aerial warfare.
    Ace
    Ø A flying ace or a fighter ace.
    Ø Military aviator credited with shooting down several enemy aircraft during aerial combat.
    Billy Bishop
    Ø Canadian First World War flying ace.
    Ø He won 72 victories.
    Ø Top ace of the British Empire.
    Victoria Cross
    Ø Highest award in military decoration.
    Lusitania
    Ø A civilian ship torpedoed by the German U-Boat on May 7, 1915 in the Old Head of Kinsale, Ireland.
    U-Boats
    Ø Which means undersea-boats operated by the Germans.
    Convoy System
    Ø As a group of merchant vessels sailing together.
    Life behind the line (pg.22~23 of Canadians at War) -Jessica Lee
    -Rest Billets: place where people injured or have opportunity to stay behind can stay and rest.
    Caring for the wounded (Jason)
    -To care for the wounded the canadian army mobilized a large staff and had a use of a wide variety of facilities.
    -A hospital for the wounded was established in Toronto mainly through donations.
    The Battle of the Somme
    British and French forces launched a massive attack along a line of low ridges near the Somme River in France.
    Waves of troops were ordered to march across open fields and were mowed down by german machine guns.
    Almost 85% of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment which is over 700 men including all officers, were killed or wounded within half an hour.
    When the battle ended there were over 1 million casualties, 24 000 of them were canadian soldiers.
    The Britain\France side won.
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Thursday, September 6

  1. page Social Studies Links edited MAPS Natural Resources Canada: Atlas of Canada - government website Map types: political, clim…
    MAPS
    Natural Resources Canada: Atlas of Canada - government website
    Map types: political, climate, demographics, topography, and much more

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