Ontario Grade 6 Social Studies FRENCH Full Year Bundle

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FULL YEAR BUNDLE! With over 275 pages included, this product covers all the expectations in the Grade 6 Social Studies curriculum.


Most importantly, we have made cross-curriculum connections to the grade 6 language program. Students will practice reading comprehension strategies (making connections, visualizing, inferencing, summarizing and questioning) as they work through this unit.


Check out the preview of each unit to learn more about how it can benefit your students in social studies and language!


Strand A: Communities in Canada, Past and Present

Some of the concepts that are covered:

  • The Numbered Treaties – Effect on Indigenous Communities
  • Treaties in Ontario – Which Treaty Agreement Covers My Community?
  • Early life in my community – settlers and indigenous communities
  • Indian Act – Effect on Indigenous Communities
  • Residential Schools – Readings and research assignment
  • National Aboriginal Veterans Monument - National Indigenous Peoples Day
  • Indigenous Group of Seven – Fighting for indigenous art and culture
  • Haudenosaunee Confederacy – Impact on the Canadian government structure
  • Expulsion of the Acadians – conflict between British and French communities
  • Immigration to Canada – Push and Pull Factors
  • Immigration Act – Discrimination towards certain ethnicities
  • Chinese Head Tax
  • Japanese Interments
  • Anti-Asian Riots in British Columbia
  • Life as a French and British Settler
  • Land use in New France and British North American
  • The Catholic Church – Schools and religion in Early Canada
  • Irish Settlers – Culture and building the canals
  • Metis and Irish – Bannock and Red River Jig (Fiddling)
  • Home Children
  • African Canadians – Slavery and the Underground Railroad
  • Doukhobours in Canada – discrimination against a religious group
  • The Famous Five – Women’s suffrage (right to vote)
  • Urbanization – communities in the city versus in rural areas
  • Labour unions – communities improving working conditions
  • Inuit community – creation of Nunavut
  • Inclusion in Canada – our rights and freedoms
  • Canada’s national symbols – the beaver and the maple leaf
  • Research assignment – early life in your community
  • Unit test
  • Answer pages for all activities


Strand B: Canada's Interactions with the Global Community

Some of the concepts that are covered:

  • What is the global community
  • Canada’s trading partners
  • Imports and exports
  • Canada’s top imports and exports
  • Free trade and tariffs
  • NAFTA – free trade relationship with Mexico and the USA
  • Mapping Canada’s trading partners
  • Latitude and longitude
  • The latitude and longitude of Canada’s trading partners
  • Proximity of Canada’s trading partners – Great Lakes region
  • Drawbacks of international trade – loss of manufacturing jobs, invasive species (zebra mussels)
  • Intergovernmental organizations (IGOs)
  • G20, United Nations, International Criminal Court (ICC), International Labour Organization (ILO), WHO
  • The WHOs response to the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Other epidemics – Zika and Ebola
  • Military alliances – pros and cons
  • NATO and NORAD alliances
  • Peacekeeping operations in Afghanistan
  • NGOs – how they operate and who they help
  • Ryan’s Well, Doctors Without Borders, World Vision and more
  • Earthquake in Haiti Relief – Canadian government response and Canada Red Cross
  • Assignments – Researching NGOs and IGOs
  • Answer pages for all activities


This is a comprehensive bundle that will save you hours of planning! It has been tested and found effective in helping students achieve the learning goals in the social studies curriculum.