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Thank you to Rebecca Leclair for her research and contributions to this guide.
Ontario Curriculum - Grade 9 & 10 English
Grade 9, ENG1D, see P. 41
Grade 9, ENG1P, see P. 55
Grade 10, ENG2D, see P. 69
Grade 10, ENG2P, see P. 83
Ontario Curriculum - Grade 11 & 12 English
Grade 11, ENG3U, see P.41
Grade 11, ENG3C, see P.59
Grade 11, ENG3E, see P.75
Grade 12, ENG4U, see P.91
Grade 12, ENG4C, see P.109
Grade 12, ENG4E, see P.127
Studying Tips for History
What does it mean to think historically?
An article from Perspectives on History, the News Magazine of the American Historical Association.
Learn the "5 C's" of how to study history.
A Sense of History
Gerald W. Schalabch, Professor in the Department of Theology at the University of St. Thomas outlines key components of what to think about when studying history.
Gr. 9-12: Teacher Resources
Gr. 9-12: Send us your work
Shakespeare in the Real World
Gr. 9-12: Games & Databases
Gr. 9-12: How do I start my research?
Gr. 9-12: How do I cite my sources?