Word Searches and More
This Web site will help you understand a tragic event in Canadian history, the Deportation of the Acadians by the British colonial authorities between 1755 and 1763. It is a complex event that has left its mark on Canadian history.
These days, Francophones and Acadians who live in Atlantic Canada still use the term Acadie when talking about the territory where many deportees resettled after 1763. They are a dynamic minority who actively participate in our country's society.
This activity aims to make you aware of the resources available in this Web site. Happy discovery!
- Follow your teacher's guidelines and complete the proposed activities:
- Ten word scrambles;
- Two word searches of different difficulty levels.
Essential and optional resources