Acadia: A Look Into The New French Colony From Settlement To Deportation (9-13)
This one-time course will provide an overview of Acadian history in Canada from early settlement to deportation.
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In this lecture-style class, we will cover the history of Acadia in New France. Students will have the opportunity to ask and answer questions throughout the class, so a working microphone is suggested. In the early 17th century, French colonizers began to arrive to the eastern coasts of Canada. These early colonizers eventually stretched into land covering modern-day Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. In this lecture-style class, students will walk through the 17th and...
As a French-Canadian and the descendant of many Acadiens, I grew up knowing how important my cultural history was. Acadiens are often forgotten when discussing the history of pre-Confederation Canada, but they played an important role in the founding of this country. I love history and I can't wait to impart my love of Acadien history to my students.
Students should come to class with regular school supplies (pen, pencils and paper) to take notes during class.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Mme. Elayna, Enseignante de Français Canadienne (Canadian French Teacher)
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
1324 total reviews
954 completed classes
Hello! Bonjour! My name is Elayna Doucet, and I am so excited to be your student's teacher. I live in New Brunswick, Canada and I hold a Bachelor's degree from McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario in Sociology. In addition to sociology, I...