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Shaping Nationalism. Paris Riots 2:00. Read and Review Figure 2-1 and its Caption on Page 40. What are the main differences between the rebellions of 1789 and 2005? Is rebelling an acceptable course of action if people are unhappy with their government? Is rioting?

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Shaping Nationalism

Paris Riots

2:00

Read and Review Figure 2-1 and its Caption on Page 40

What are the main differences between the rebellions of 1789 and 2005?

Is rebelling an acceptable course of action if people are unhappy with their government? Is rioting?

What good may come out of rebelling? What harm can it do?

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Shaping Nationalism

Read the top of page 41

With a partner, respond to the questions in writing

Read Looking Ahead

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What Are Some Factors That Shape Nationalism?

Record the ideas of both Revolution and Republic into your notes

Has there ever been a revolution in Canada?

Canada came into being as a democracy, so a revolution was not required to establish people’s rights, freedoms and power. How has that shaped the country’s development as a nation?

What are some of the advantages of living in a republic as opposed to a monarchy? What are some disadvantages?

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What Are Some Factors That Shape Nationalism?

Read the first three paragraphs on page 42

Respond to the Activity in writing

Read the rest of page 42

What changes have taken place between these pictures?

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Historical Factors That Shaped French Nationalism: Storming the Bastille

Read page 43 and complete the handout – Complete the Activity

and finally
And Finally…

Begin a list of terms from this chapter, which include…

Any term/phrase/concept that would be considered important in helping you with your …

E-Zine

Any suggestions as to what you should include?

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Social Factors That Shaped French Nationalism

What factors play a role in what you can become in life?

In pre-revolutionary France, most people’s roles were determined before they were born. The son or daughter of a commoner – a peasant, labourer or businessperson – was likely to remain a commoner all his or her life

How would this make you feel?

Having your life predetermined, is a social factor that contributed to the French Revolution

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Social Factors That Shaped French Nationalism

With a partner, read pages 44-45

When done, complete a response for the question below

If you had been a French commoner, how might this cartoon have influenced your ideas?

Review the caption of this 1789 political cartoon on page 44

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Social Factors That Shaped French Nationalism

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Economic Factors

Complete the Activity on page 45 (Be sure to use a new sheet of paper)

Add to your web by including the following four other factors (Leave plenty of room to write!)

Social Factors

Geographic Factors

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People’s New Sense of French Nationalism

Political Factors

Outside Threats/ Reign of Terror

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Factors That Shaped French Nationalism

Get into groups of four…

  • Momentarily, you will be numbered off onethroughfour. Each of you will go to one of the four assigned EXPERT groups and complete your assigned factor. You will be working toward adding to the web you just started. Make notes on how the factor affected French Nationalism. You will have approximately 15-20 minutes to do this.
    • #1 – Economic Factors (Page 46)
    • #2 – Geographic Factors (Page 48)
    • #3 – Political Factors (Page 49)
    • #4 – Outside Threats/Reign of Terror (Page 50)
  • When finished, return to your original group of four and share your EXPERTISE with your other three group members. They will do the same for you. When you are done, your web WILL be filled in and complete.
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Picturing the Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen

Read both of the declarations on page 50

After reviewing page 49, what Canadian photographs could you use instead of these ones from France?

Were you surprised that the author of the second declaration was executed because of her views?

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What Are Some Factors That Shape Nationalism?

In a short paragraph, explain the factors that resulted in the changes between these two paintings

and finally1
And Finally…

Continue with your list of terms from this chapter, which include…

Any term/phrase/concept that would be considered important in helping you with your …

E-Zine

Any suggestions as to what you should include?

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Factors That Shape Nationalism

After being put into one of four groups, respond to the following:

Group 1: Jot down names of Canadians that are looked up to and why they are looked up to

Group 2: Make a list of important events that create a shared memory in Canada (for example a recent Olympic performance)

Group 3: Record any sayings, slogans or music (lyrics) that may have played a role in shaping Canadian identity (Eh…?)

Group 4: Record examples of clothing or symbols that are uniquely Canadian

So what are some factors that have shaped Canadian nationalism?

Famous People

Important Events

National Songs/Anthems

Canadian Clothing

Canadian Flag / The Color Red / Other Logos…

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How Have People Responded to Some Factors That Shape Nationalism?

Read page 51, including Voices and both picture captions

Take point-form notes as you read Nationalism and Remembering

Record stories, events, slogans and other factors that have contributed to French nationalism

Some of the factors…

Capturing the Bastille

The Slogan “Liberte, Egalite, Fraternite!”

The Marching Song “La Marseillaise”

Red, White and Blue Cockades

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Changes in National Identities

Read page 54

Read the caption of Figure 2-20

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How has French national identity changed?

How is Canada’s national identity changed or how is it presently changing?

Does any of this change affect your lives?

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Does the ban on headscarves violate France’s national ideals of liberty, equality and brotherhood?

Review/Reread page 54

The left-hand side of the class will take the Yes side

The right-hand side of the class will take the No side.

Each side will prepare up to five arguments

Discuss

and finally2
And Finally…

Continue with your list of terms from this chapter, which include…

Any term/phrase/concept that would be considered important in helping you with your …

E-Zine

Any suggestions as to what you should include?

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Canadian Railway Trilogy

Listen to Gordon Lightfoot and follow along with the Lyrics

How does Lightfoot describe Canada before the railroad was constructed?

How would life change when the railroad was finished?

Who built the railway? What was the work like?

How might the lyrics change if they were written from the perspective of First Nations or Métis people? From the point of view of a Chinese worker?

Read page 55, including the Activity

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Challenging Canadian Myths

“History is written by the victors “

What is meant by this quote?

Read the top of page 56

What traditions/holidays do we or have we shared with Great Britain?

Our Flag (until 1965)

Boxing Day

Thanksgiving

Victoria Day

some perspectives on nationalism within canada
Some Perspectives on NationalismWithin Canada

Use this handout to complete the following:

Individually, read page 57 and using the first column of the chart, record important points about First Nations and Métis views on nation and nationalism

Continue by reading pages 58 and 59

Use the second and third columns to record important points on Inuit and Quebecois views on nation and nationalism

Whose stories have been excluded in Canada?

Whose stories have been dominated?

Has the balance shifted? How? Why?

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Now…

Complete your list of terms from this chapter, which include…

Any term/phrase/concept that would be considered important in helping you with your …

E-Zine

Any suggestions as to what you should include?

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Skill Builder to Your Challenge

At the end of Chapter One, you were to create a name for your magazine and a headline – If this is not complete, you are to do this first!

The class will be going to the library to work on part two of your Challenge

There are not enough computers for everyone, so pair up and take turns!

With one or two others, work through the Steps on page 61

Visuals and Quotations

The steps on page 39 are to be completed prior to the steps on page 61!