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This is a critical thinking strategy used to help students “unpack” a controversial topic by identifying the issues and the key stakeholders who are involved with the topic.

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This educators’ guide to using the Canadian Innovations in Pharmaceuticals timeline in high school classrooms is intended to provide flexible supports to teachers who wish to use the timeline to address specific curriculum content.

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The Innovation Awards is a strategy that provides students with the opportunity to use critical thinking and communication skills to come to a consensus about the most important innovations presented on a timeline.

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This is an individual and whole class strategy which combines reading/viewing comprehension skills with critical thinking skills. Students will identify then rank the perceived key points in a timeline from least to most important& place those points.

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Using a CurioCity timeline point for inspiration, the Heritage Highlight strategy has students use creative thinking, collaboration, communication and audiovisual technology skills to develop and produce a short audiovisual presentation.

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This strategy provides students with the opportunity to explore a topic from the perspective of family or community members who lived during the time period when particular events occurred through creation of a video or podcast.

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The BYO (Building Your Own) Timeline is an individual or whole class strategy which combines reading/viewing comprehension skills with critical thinking skills.

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Print-Video Venn Diagram is an individual or small group learning strategy to help students obtain and summarize information presented from both a text and a related video.

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This strategy helps students to identify the similarities and differences between two subjects or concepts using 5Ws and an H.

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