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  1. 1967 Nation Shaper Chief Dan George

  2. Today’s Presenter ?

  3. Nation Shaper • “job” of nation shaper • This nation shaper reminds me of __________ because …..

  4. Reading is called ‘summer of love’ because…… • A theme developed in the reading is _____________________ • Best line in the reading…….

  5. Two things this reading teaches us are that…. and that…. Three significant words are….. • ______________________ • ______________________ • ______________________

  6. 1967 Questions • How did Canadians celebrate 1967? • What was going on in San Francisco in ‘67? • What message did Dan George deliver on Canada’s centennial?

  7. The CentennialCanada turns 100 1867-1967

  8. Centennial Year Logo

  9. Centennial Hall (London)

  10. Centennial Series Coins

  11. Centennial Song

  12. Expo ’67: Montreal

  13. Expo ‘67

  14. Expo ‘67

  15. Expo ‘67

  16. De Gaulle’s Speech Vive le Quebec libre! What a party pooper!

  17. Some young rebellious French Canadians liked what they heard; they wanted Quebec to separate from Canada.

  18. 1967 Song of the Year Scott McKenzie If You’re Going to San Francisco

  19. 1967 Notes • As part of its centennial year celebrations, Canada hosts Expo ’67, a world’s fair, in Montreal. • The House of Commons votes to make ‘O Canada’ the official national anthem. • While on a state visit to Canada, Charles de Gaulle, the French president, outrages English Canadians by exclaiming “vive le Québec libre!” (long live free Quebec).

  20. Spot the four errors. It’s 1967 and I’m looking at a picture of a park in which hundreds have gathered to here what appears to be free style drumming, performed by a couple of amateur, possibly stoned musician.

  21. 1967 Photograph

  22. Why this picture? It shows… that many young people were fascinated by the hippie scene. how gatherings like this could spread hippie values to a wider base of supporters.

  23. stereotype defined a fixed or conventional notion or conception Its importance For decades stereotypes fostered narrow-minded thinking. Counter-culture opened people’s minds and people began to question what they had been taught to believe. For Discussion How would the stereotypical “Indian” have acted in 1960s Hollywood movies? Why do you think hippies were so willing to challenge stereotypes? What stereotypes persist? TODAY’s Featured Concept

  24. Our hero is white!

  25. Our hero makes the decisions. His sidekick can’t even speak so ‘good’!

  26. Where would ‘Indians’ be without the white man to save him?

  27. 1968 Questions • How did Canadian women contribute to the peace movement during the 20th century? • Why did Ursula Franklin become a pacifist? • What role did Canada play in the Vietnam conflict?