This term your Intermediate Senior History Teacher Librarian is Meagan McNaney.
Feel free to email Meagan with your questions.
Guide pages on the left will direct you to resources by grade or format. Each grade contains lesson plans, websites for finding primary sources, and a selection of other teacher resources.
Please contact your librarian if you have difficulty finding the right resource.
The Education Library hours are Monday to Thursday 8 am to 9 pm
Friday, 8 am to 4:30 pm, Saturday & Sunday, 10 am to 5 pm.
Do you need a chapter from a book in the library?
1. Find the title in Omni. 2. Sign in to Omni with your Queen's netID and password 3. Select Request for Scan. You will receive a downloadable pdf via email.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request that your reading lists be added to your courses in OnQ. Includes links to articles, ebooks, online video, and copyright-compliant scans of print.
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Why study history?
"The study of history fulfils a fundamental human desire to understand the past. It also appeals to our love of stories. Through the narrative of history, we learn about the people, events, emotions, struggles, and challenges that produced the present and that will shape the future. The study of history enables students to become critically thoughtful and informed citizens who are able to interpret and analyse historical, as well as current, issues, events, and developments, both in Canada and the world." The Ontario History Curriculum, pg. 293.