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Red River 200: A Resource for Teachers

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Scots
in Manitoba

Lord Selkirk’s
Settlers

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Connections

Special
Events

Scottish
Country
Dancing

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Resources


Curricular Connections: Social Studies

Grade 4: Manitoba, Canada, and the North: Places and Stories

Cluster 2: Living in Canada

Learning Experience: 4.2.1: Symbols, Monuments, and Important Days

Cluster 3: Living in Manitoba

Learning Experience: 4.3.3: Cultural Communities in Manitoba
Learning Experience: 4.3.5: Artistic and Cultural Achievements

Cluster 4: History of Manitoba

Learning Experience: 4.4.1: Early Life and Settlement
Learning Experience: 4.4.2: People and Events That Shaped Manitoba
Learning Experience: 4.4.3: Historical Cultural Contributions
Learning Experience: 4.4.4: Changes in Ways of Life

Grade 5: People and Stories of Canada to 1867

Cluster 3: Fur Trade

Learning Experience: 5.3.1: European Expansion North and West
Learning Experience: 5.3.2: Importance of the Land in the Fur Trade
Learning Experience: 5.3.3: Life during the Fur-Trade Era (1650s-1850s)
Learning Experience: 5.3.4: Métis Nation and Culture in the Fur-Trade Era

Cluster 4: From British Colony to Confedration (1763-1867)

Learning Experience: 5.4.1: Early Immigration and the Impact of the Loyalists
Learning Experience: 5.4.2: Sharing the Land

Curricular Connections: Physical Education / Health

General Learning Outcome: 1 — Movement Skills, Strand D: Application of Movement Skills to Rhythmic/Gymnastic Activities Rhythmic/Gymnastic Activities

Scottish Country Dancing is such an activity.

Curricular Connections: Arts Education (Visual Arts, Dance, Music Drama)

Dance and Music sections are appropriate for Scottish Country Dancing.

Page revised: 12 October 2011

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