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Nelson HISTORY7 and 8 explore history with a fresh, new approach. Each series focuses on why we study history, what makes it important, and how it impacts us today.


Nelson HISTORY7 and 8

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This series is offered in a blended print and digital format. It provides 100% curriculum alignment to the 2013 Ontario History Curriculum. The blended print and digital Teacher’s Resource includes bonus content to extend learning. It includes links to ESRI, videos, projectable Student Book images, and the Tech Tools resource.


Key Features

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Curriculum Coverage

Aligned to the 2013 Ontario History Curriculum, each resource focuses on inquiry, citizenship, spatial skills, and the geographical/historical thinking concepts

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Blended Print & Digital

Each resource is available in both print and digital formats to suit a range of classroom environments

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Saves You Time

The Online Teaching Centres feature a wealth of additional content to extend learning and simplify planning


HISTORY RESOURCES

Nelson HISTORY7

Students learn about New France and British North America, 1713–1800 and Canada, 1800–1850: Conflict and Challenges with Nelson HISTORY7.
Authors: Stanley Hallman-Chong, Charlene Hendricks, Theodore Christou, Rachel Collishaw, Charlene Hendricks Senior Series Advisor: Dr. Stephane Levesque
Advisors: Larry McKeigan, James Steeves, Jan Haskings-Winner

The Student Book is available in a blended print and digital format and offers:

  • 100% curriculum alignment, including: Inquiry, Historical Thinking Concepts, Citizenship, and Spatial Skills
  • Engaging features such as:
  • Thinking Like a Historian which introduces the Historical Thinking Concepts: Historical Significance, Change and Continuity, Cause and Consequence, and Historical Perspective
  • Connecting to Our Past profiles students taking action to engage with and discover Canada’s past
  • History at Work profiles how people use skills related to history in a variety of careers

Printed Teacher’s Resource includes:

  • Unit and Lesson Planning
  • Blackline Masters
  • Access to the Online Teaching Centre

Online Teaching Centre includes:

  • Teacher’s Resource eBook
  • Projectable Student Book images
  • Videos to launch each unit
  • Additional Primary Source Documents
  • Modifiable Blackline Masters
  • Tech Tools Resource

The Blended Catholic Teacher’s Resource includes all of the content from the Blended Teacher’s Resource plus additional online Catholic teaching supports. Includes:

  • 17 pages of additional teaching notes, Catholic lesson plans and planning charts, links to the Ontario Catholic School Graduate Expectations, Catholic Themes, and Anchor Concepts
  • 21 additional modifiable Blackline Masters
  • A wide variety of weblink options for each chapter to support the Catholic lessons, including websites, articles, and video/audio links

Nelson HISTORY8

Students learn about Creating Canada, 1850–1890 and Canada, 1890–1914: A Changing Society with Nelson HISTORY8.
Authors: Stanley Hallman-Chong, Charlene Hendricks, Theodore Christou, Rachel Collishaw, Charlene Hendricks Senior Series Advisor: Dr. Stephane Levesque
Advisors: Larry McKeigan, James Steeves, Jan Haskings-Winner

The Student Book is available in a blended print and digital format and offers:

  • 100% curriculum alignment, including: Inquiry, Historical Thinking Concepts, Citizenship, and Spatial Skills
  • Engaging features such as:
  • Thinking Like a Historian which introduces the Historical Thinking Concepts: Historical Significance, Change and Continuity, Cause and Consequence, and Historical Perspective
  • Connecting to Our Past which profiles students taking action to engage with and discover Canada’s past
  • History at Work which profiles how people use skills related to history in a variety of careers

Printed Teacher’s Resource includes:

  • Unit and Lesson Planning
  • Blackline Masters
  • Access to the Online Teaching Centre

Online Teaching Centre includes:

  • Teacher’s Resource eBook
  • Projectable Student Book images
  • Videos to launch each unit
  • ESRI Canada GIS Links
  • Tech Tools Resource

The Blended Catholic Teacher’s Resource includes all of the content from the Blended Teacher’s Resource plus additional online Catholic teaching supports. Includes:

  • 17 pages of additional teaching notes, Catholic lesson plans and planning charts, links to the Ontario Catholic School Graduate Expectations, Catholic Themes, and Anchor Concepts
  • 21 additional modifiable Blackline Masters
  • A wide variety of weblink options for each chapter to support the Catholic lessons, including websites, articles, and video/audio links

View the series resources below