The Canadian Challenge: Student Book by Doug BaldwinThe Canadian Challenge: Student Book by Doug Baldwin

The Canadian Challenge: Student Book

byDoug Baldwin, Rick Mahoney, Don Quinlan

Hardcover | September 23, 2008

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Colourful and user-friendly, The Canadian Challenge investigates the key issues presented by economic, social, and technological changes after 1914, as well as the contributions of individuals and groups to Canadian culture and society during this period. This student resource incorporatesthe five strands outlined in the CHC2D curriculum including local, national, and global communities, change and continuity, citizenship and heritage, social, economic, and political structures, and methods of historical inquiry and communication.
Don Quinlan, CBC consultant/editor/author. Past Oxford author. Retired TDSB teacher and department head. Kevin Reed, Teacher, KCVI. Experienced Oxford author of history and English texts. Rick Mahoney, Teacher, York Mills C.I. Canadian and World Issues department head and co-author of Oxford's Gr.12 economics text. Doug Baldwin, Reti...
Title:The Canadian Challenge: Student BookFormat:HardcoverDimensions:480 pages, 11 × 8.5 × 1 inPublished:September 23, 2008Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0195431561

ISBN - 13:9780195431568

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Table of Contents

Looking Back: Canada in the Early Twentieth CenturyThinking like a HistorianUnit 1: Forging a Canadian Identity: 1914-19451. The War to End All Wars2. The Boom Years3. The Dirty Thirties4. The Second World WarUnit 2: Developing the Canadian Identity: 1945-19675. Challenges of the Post-war World6. Coming of Age7. Competing Visions of CanadaUnit 3: Challenging the Canadian Identity: 1968-19928. Building a Just Society9. National Unity and International Security10. New DirectionsUnit 4: Challenge, Change, and Continuity: 1992-200811. Canada and the New World Order12. Challenges of the New MillenniumGlossary