A Novel Approach to Connecting Young Canadians with the Past: Leaders and Legacies Series

April 6, 2011 at 12:39 pm Leave a comment

Is historical fiction a useful approach for connecting young Canadians with the past?

Repost from Active History: A Novel Approach to Connecting Young Canadians with the Past: Leaders and Legacies Series.

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Entry filed under: Active history, Elementary School, Secondary School, Teaching.

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