The RÉCIT univers social has produced several Learning Activities that use the texts in the Societies and Territories site.   (For more information, see the video NOUVEAU SITE SOCIÉTÉS ET TERRITOIRES. and visit https://primaire.recitus.qc.ca/activites)

With permission,  and distributed under the Creative Commons BY-NC-SA license, LEARN and its partners have begun the process of adapting these activities into English, and occasionally creating variations based on their activities. 

LEARNING ACTIVITIES available in English so far! 

RECITUS: The concept of territory for the Iroquoian Territory circa 1500

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RECITUS:  Occupy Territory- The type(s) of territory on which the Iroquoians and Algonquians lived

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LEARN:  Way of Life in 1500- How did cultures differ between the Iroquoians and Algonquians?
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RECITUS:  How did the lumber trade in Lower Canada work around 1820?

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RECITUS:  How does industrialization transform territory and work?

Through the analysis of historical documents, this activity leads students to explore the impacts of industrialization on the organization of territory and work.  A Google Document for students is available.  A teacher version is also available here.

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RECITUS:  How do people, places, objects and songs become part of our culture?

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See also the RECITUS Task:
Virtual Reality task comparing Inca and Iroquois

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Pour less ACTIVITÉS D’APPRENTISSAGE en français sur RÉCITUS ! 

Again, for all these and other activities by RECITUS available in French,
visit https://primaire.recitus.qc.ca/activites

 

 

 

French if available (si disponible)