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Begin the lesson by asking students to brainstorm what they know about the early 1900s in Canadian history. Provide students with a visual organizer such as the Mind map to help them record the events and people they identify in Canadian history.

If students are having difficulty identifying information about this time period in Canada's history, have them do a quick search of different library or Internet sources on Canadian history in the early 1900s, including the Women's Roles and Responsibilities section of this website, and use these to identify interesting facts and ideas that they encounter in their searches.

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