Comprehensive teaching strategy

All comprehensive teaching strategies on the Library and Archives Canada site contain detailed guidelines for educators, including learning outcomes/expectations/objectives, suggested criteria for assessment, instructions for classroom use and worksheets.

The History of Hockey

In this unit of four lessons, including a culminating activity, students from grades 10 to 12 will learn, assess, and appreciate the significance of hockey as an important part of Canadian culture and history.

Title PDF
The History of Hockey [PDF 43 KB]
Unit Organizer [PDF 42 KB]
Lesson 1 - The History of Hockey through Images [PDF 44 KB]
Handout 1.1: Organizer - Photo Analysis - International Hockey [PDF 46 KB]
Handout 1.2: Organizer - Photo Analysis - Aboriginal Hockey [PDF 46 KB]
Handout 1.3: Organizer - Photo Analysis - Women's Hockey [PDF 46 KB]
Handout 1.4: Organizer - Photo Analysis - Hockey in General [PDF 46 KB]
Handout 1.5: Rubric for the Organizer - Images [PDF 40 KB]
Lesson 2 - Selected Hockey Themes [PDF 49 KB]
Handout 2.1: Group Questions for Reading Focus [PDF 56 KB]
Handout 2.2: Group Organizational Form [PDF 36 KB]
Handout 2.3: Document Research Organizer [PDF 41 KB]
Handout 2.4: Oral/Aural Report Organizer [PDF 39 KB]
Handout 2.5: Rubric for Oral/Aural Organizers [PDF 40 KB]
Handout 2.6: Peer Evaluation [PDF 35 KB]
Handout 2.7: Jigsaw Learning Strategy (Overhead) [PDF 37 KB]
Handout 2.8: Jigsaw Instructions [PDF 37 KB]
Lesson 3 - The Evolution of Women's Hockey in Canada [PDF 51 KB]
Handout 3.1: Students Assignment of Newspaper Articles [PDF 37 KB]
Handout 3.2: Questions [PDF 36 KB]
Handout 3.3: Rubric for Newspaper Stories [PDF 39 KB]
Lesson 4 - A Culminating Activity: Hockey Trivia Game [PDF 53 KB]
Game Board [PDF 58 KB]
Handout 4.1: Hockey Trivia Tournament - Instructions and Rules [PDF 38 KB]
Handout 4.2: Rubric: Culminating Activity and Participation [PDF 37 KB]
Handout 4.3: Summary Essay [PDF 40 KB]
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