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Unit Plan: Immigration in Canada

By: Doriane Ossene

Doriane Ossene

Education Collaborator

Doriane’s background includes education in France and learning a lot about Canada through her studies at York University in International Studies and Canadian studies, which she will be graduating from in 2023. She is passionate about stories people don’t know about and loves making them known. Her dream is to work in a field that supports underrepresented communities, in Canada and around the world.

This series of lessons and activities aims to support students in understanding the impact of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on immigration policies in Canada. Each lesson will engage with the nuances different groups face when migrating to and living in Canada.      

Suggested Grades: 9-12

Suggested Subjects: This activity can be used in a variety of subject-specific courses such as History, Civics, Law, Politics, etc.