The Canadian Centre for the Great War provides hands-on workshops, using objects and archives from its extensive heritage collection, for students in grades 9 to 11.
During a 30-minute learning activity students will:
History of the 20th Century Program – Competency 1 and 2
of the Quebec Education Program.
“Life in the Trenches”
“Propaganda and Fake News”
and “Documenting the World War”.
We also facilitate custom workshops.
The museum of the future will not be based in a building with the expectation that the public will visit; it will go out into its community, engaging patrons in their own environments and bringing culture back into the public sphere. We see the Centre as a facilitator of spaces, bringing its collections to non-traditional venues and staging pop-ups across Canada. The Centre places the First World War firmly in the realm of public life.
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