ss10_2b_canada_at_wwii - Name\/Date Social Studies 10 Unit 2 WWII 2B Canada and WWII Lesson Focus Question \u2022 What led to World War II \u2022 What was

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Name/Date: Social Studies 10 Unit 2 WWII 2B: Canada and WWII Vocab Provide a brief definition and/or example for the following terms & ideas: isolationism refugee deportation anti-Semitism total war Questions 1. Why did Canada pursue a policy of isolation in the 1930s? (p. 127) 2. Describe Canada’s attitudes and actions towards Jewish citizens and refugees. Include a few notes on the St. Louis incident. (p. 127-129). 3. Could something like the St. Louis incident happen again? What might be some modern examples? Pacific Slope Consortium 2017 Lesson Focus Question • What led to World War II? • What was Canada’s involvement in WWII Main Reference Cranny, M., Moles, G. (2010). Counterpoints: Exploring Canadian Issues . Toronto: Pearson. Reading: Ch. 4 p. 127-132 (try a quick read beforehand) Teacher Presentation: Slideshow - Canada and WWII Image: William Lyon Mackenzie King addresses League of Nations in 1936. At the time, he was still pro-appeasement Source: - histoire-eng.asp
Canada’s Steps to War (p. 130-132)

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