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Ontario Teachers' Manuals: History is a comprehensive and invaluable resource for educators and history enthusiasts alike. Published by the Ontario Ministry of Education, this manual provides a detailed and engaging overview of the history of Ontario.

The book is organized into clear and concise sections that cover various time periods and themes in Ontario's history. From the early Indigenous peoples, the French and British colonial eras, to the establishment of Ontario as a province, this manual offers a well-rounded perspective on the province's historical roots.

One of the standout features of this manual is its focus on incorporating both the perspectives of European settlers and Indigenous peoples. By acknowledging and including the voices and experiences of Indigenous communities, the book helps to provide a more comprehensive understanding of Ontario's history. This inclusive approach is crucial for fostering greater awareness and respect for the diverse cultures and contributions that have shaped the province.

The manual is also filled with a wealth of primary sources, photographs, and maps that enhance the reading experience and offer readers a deeper connection to the historical events discussed. These visual aids serve as effective tools for educators, enabling them to bring Ontario's history to life in the classroom.

The writing style is accessible and allows readers of all backgrounds to easily engage with the material. The authors have clearly taken great care to present the information in a manner that is both informative and engaging, making this manual an ideal resource for educators planning history lessons or self-study.

One minor drawback of the manual is its length and level of detail. While this extensive coverage is certainly commendable, it may feel overwhelming for readers seeking a more concise overview of Ontario's history. However, for educators looking for a comprehensive and thorough resource, this manual provides all the necessary information and more.

In conclusion, Ontario Teachers' Manuals: History is an essential guide for anyone interested in learning about the rich history of Ontario. Its thoughtful approach, inclusivity, and comprehensive coverage make it an invaluable resource for educators and a fascinating read for history enthusiasts. Whether used in the classroom or for personal study, this manual is a must-have for those looking to deepen their understanding of Ontario's past.

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ONTARIO TEACHERS' MANUALS

HISTORY

AUTHORIZED BY THE MINISTER OF EDUCATION

TORONTO THE COPP, CLARK COMPANY, LIMITED

COPYRIGHT, CANADA, 1915, BY THE MINISTER OF EDUCATION FOR ONTARIO

CONTENTS

PAGE

PUBLIC AND SEPARATE SCHOOL COURSE OF STUDY 1

CHAPTER I THE AIMS AND STAGES OF STUDY 13

CHAPTER II GENERAL METHODS IN THE TEACHING OF HISTORY 21

CHAPTER III CORRELATION OF SUBJECTS 40

CHAPTER IV SPECIAL TOPICS 49 Current Events 49 Local Material 51 Civics 52 The Teacher of History 57

CHAPTER V ILLUSTRATIVE LESSONS 60 Forms I and II 60 Form II 62 Form III 66 Forms III and IV 75 Form IV 78 For Teachers' Reference 119

DEVICES 127

BIBLIOGRAPHY 130

APPENDIX 136

MANUAL OF SUGGESTIONS FOR TEACHERS OF HISTORY

PUBLIC AND SEPARATE SCHOOL COURSE OF STUDY

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The course in literature and composition includes the telling by the teacher of suitable stories from the Bible, stories of primitive peoples, of child life in other lands, of famous persons and peoples; and the oral reproduction of these stories by the pupils... Continue reading book >>




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