Researching Soldiers in the WW1 No. 2 Construction Battalion (Carleton, HIST1302A, Summer 2022)

HIST 1302A Summer 2022 Engagement Activity WW1 Soldiers.pdf

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Title

Researching Soldiers in the WW1 No. 2 Construction Battalion (Carleton, HIST1302A, Summer 2022)

Description

Assignment designed for a first-year undergraduate university History course on the history of Canada since Confederation.

Subject

World War 1

Creator

Marshall, Dominique

Date

2022, Summer

Format

Lesson Plan, PDF, 5 pages

Type

Lesson Plan

Language

English

Coverage

Jurisdiction of Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Rights

CC BY-NC 4.0

Lesson Plan Item Type Metadata

Duration

5 Hours

Standards

Marked on:
- How carefully instructions are followed, especially the accuracy of information added to report
- The quality of reflection on these materials, including the level of engagement with the textbook, supplementary readings, and supplementary archives (precise reference, imaginative links)

Objectives

To become familiar with the history of the First World War, the history of black Canadian diasporas, and their link with the history of slavery in the British Empire;
To become familiar with the main tools for historical research, and the skills to use them well;
To become familiar with the skills to solve historical problems including the analysis and interpretation of historical documents, and the ability to make distinctions in the face of complex questions

Materials

  • Black Soldier Data Entry Portal: https://lest-we-forget/ca/Black
  • National Archives UK
  • National Archives USA
  • Individual Plantations Archives

Associated Course

Rethinking Modern Canadian History (Carleton HIST 1302)

Citation

Marshall, Dominique, “Researching Soldiers in the WW1 No. 2 Construction Battalion (Carleton, HIST1302A, Summer 2022),” Recipro: The history of international and humanitarian aid, accessed July 16, 2024, http://omeka.uottawa.ca/recipro/items/show/597.

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