While some resources still exist via the main Elementary Social Sciences page on LEARN (like organizers, icons, Cycle 1 resources and MEQ documents) this is where teachers can browse our teaching resources according to cycle.
Establish Facts Guides for Sections
Google versions of whole site sections, combined with instructions from the & RECITUS I.O. Badge guides are now available for certain sections of the site. The Google slides can be use online as a collaborative space, or printed out in large ledger sizes for written work. Students can then analyzing the documents found on each page of the site, establish facts and make connections.
Learning Activities (RECITUS, LEARN and partners)
Various “Learning Activities” that include document collections, media and tools are now available.
Click to view the post: RECITUS Learning Activities translation project
Virtual Reality task comparing Inca and Iroquois
Sample task using Google Streetview VR and 360 views, as part of RECITUS workshop on “La réalité virtuelle en univers social” “Elementary school students to discover and compare territories specific to Iroquoian and Incan societies.
Click here to open the task document and answer key
Various games are being developed and will be stored in the main page called, Games, Game-based learning and Gamification
Looking into how to make a game using our online resources?
Visit our new “How to make a game” page to get started on making your own game, or to help your own students create their own.
I-Spy gaming strategy for Societies in 1500.
This I-Spy strategy prototype includes questions and asks students to search for their answers in the form of image or documents that have been hidden in a larger image. Go to page
Explora Board Game
Explora is a board game using playing cards and a timeline/map board that allows students to locate events and people in time and space. Visit the Explora Game page here.
Cycle 2 card game: Review Societies and Connect the Facts!
Teams accumulate points by identifying the societies portrayed on playing cards, by classifying the information according to the aspects, and by connecting documents to various concepts. English and French versions are available.
Visit Connect the Fact game page here
Chronos Timeline Game and Cards
A board game inspired by Timeline, tracing events throughout the primary history program.
Visit the Chronos game page here
Cycle 2 Societies & Territories Toolkit & Student Field Journals!
Teacher guides, student field journals, process planners, evaluation tools, and resource collections. Go to page
SMARTBOARD Notebook files and Teacher guides
SMARTBoard tools for the Iroquois – Cycle 2 (Gr. 3)
Cycle 2 SMARTBoard by ETSB: Native Peoples around 1500
SMARTBoard tools Cycle 2 (Gr. 4) First European Settlers: New France
SMARTBoard tools Cycle 3 (Gr5)Times of Change series
Mapping scenarios for the elementary sector. Examples of how the materials on this site could be used. Go to page
Iroquois Beadwork – Cultural Portraits of the Past and Present
These learning activities and units, as well as the introduction to this section, are now available as a single PDF. Download
Also note, the new location on the S and T site for the Iroquois Beadwork Kids’ Zone !
RECITUS LES: Welcome to my seigneury
This LES is also now on the S and T site! Go to page
RECITUS LES and Student site: Once upon a time in the 1820s
Teacher’s guide, Extras, the Student Notebook and the Student Site pages are now on the S and T site!. Go to page
The Loyalists (A project with resources that could also apply to Cycle 2)
The original LES site pages, stories, and materials are now all available in one PDF file!!!
The Loyalists texts from the Kid’s Zone are also available in the 1820 section of the site. Go to page.
PDIG’s – WQSB LES #3:
How did society in New France change from 1645 to 1745?
by Renée Halmos, Wendy Hamilton and Kim Van Lier
Life in New France Webquest
ETSB project. Link broken. Working on it!
DEEN LES RESOURCE BANK projects:
The Seigneuries. The students will gain an understanding of the societal and territorial changes involved in the establishment and conquest of New France.
Who Were the Incas? The students will gain an understanding of Inca society and territory and will be able to compare this to what they have learned about Iroquois society.
Changes in Society. The students will gain an understanding of how a society initially functions and gradually becomes more and more sophisticated by tracing the development of the seigniorial system in New France.
Note: Until further notice, these LES are protected by separate password. (NOT your LEARN password)