Asian Migration in the 19th and Early 20th Centuries
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This resource introduces students to global demographic shifts during the 19th and early 20th centuries, specifically patterns of migration from Asia to Canada.
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This package includes:
- launch activities
- lesson challenges
- briefing sheets
- a case study on Chinese and Indian migration to Malaya
- all required activity and assessment sheets
These materials support the British Columbia (BC) Social Studies curriculum for Grade 9, which focuses on world events from 1750-1919. They were developed with support from the Critical Thinking Consortium.
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