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History and Citizenship 304-05

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History and Citizenship 304-05


The Secondary Three History and Citizenship Education course focuses on examining and interpreting social phenomena in Quebec history. Students will also study how the role of individuals has changed and evolved throughout history in Quebec's society.


The main chapters of the course are: the arrival of the First Occupants, the emergence of a society in New France, the change of Empire (with the arrival of the British), the demands and struggles in the British colony, the formation of the Canadian federation and the beginning of the twentieth century in Quebec.


The following links are available to parents and students:



Class notes



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