Competency 1
 Read this section. After you finish reading,
briefly answer the following questions:
 In what ways is a national identi...
 With a partner, discuss responses to
the following questions:
 What does the photograph tell us
about Canada’s national...
NATIONAL INDIVIDUAL
 Keenan and his brother, Matt, wear their finest
Canadian apparel for the 2007 Canada Day parade in
Montreal. Many Canadi...
 Nation
 Latin meaning “people” or “race”
 People who feel a sense of belonging together
 They want to control their o...
 Country
 The world has over 190 official countries
 A country is a geographic area with specific
borders
 The borders...
 Is Canada mainly a country or mainly a
nation?
 Does it matter if Canada is defined as a nation
or country?
 How might...
 Historica Minute
 Before this battle, Canadian army divisions
had always fought __________.This was the
first time they...
 Nation-State
 Means “___________”
 International
 ____________ countries or nation-states
 Nationalism
 ___________...
 Johann Gottlieb Fichte
 Shared ___________; people who share the same
ancestors, culture & language
 BenedictAnderson
...
 Ernest Renan
 Nation begins with shared __________, but you
also need the peoples’ soul
 ClementChartier
 Métis natio...
 Explorations, Pg. 22
 Complete Questions 1 & 2 on loose leaf and hand
it in at the back (make sure to answer in complet...
 Using terms like “we”, “us” and “our” shows
that we are thinking ____________
 Although it is good to think in terms of...
 Patriotism
 _________ of country or nation
 May spark _________ nationalism or heroism
 Q:Would you die for your coun...
 Brainstorm a list of words and phrases that
describe nation.
 Brainstorm ideas individually, then share
them as a group.
 Rate ideas individually on a scale of 1 to 5
 1 = this ide...
 Language
 English is ______ language for 480 million people
 In Quebec, French is first for 80%
 November 2006 – the ...
 Ethnicity
 Racial, cultural, national or linguistic
___________________
 Culture
 The _________ of life that people s...
 _______________
 EXAMPLE
 Israel is the embodiment of Jewish continuity; the
only nation on Earth that inhabits the sa...
 Geography
 Mountains, oceans & deserts are physical barriers
that isolate people, causing them to
____________ their ow...
 Spirituality
 May feel a spiritual _______________ to land
because it may be:
▪ “home”
▪ where you ancestors are from
▪...
 Politics
 _________________
▪ The political authority to control their own affairs (as in a
country or group)
▪ Also ca...
 “In the psychological sense, there is no
Canadian nation…There is a legal and
geographical entity, but the nation does n...
 What does this statement mean?
 What is meant by psychological sense? Entity?
National feeling?
 Do you agree with thi...
 Civic means “related to citizens”
 Based on shared _________ and beliefs
 _______________ in language, ethnicity,
cult...
 A civic nation has:
 Free and ________ elections
 A _______________ that reflects the will of the
people
 Active Citi...
 Look at the images on Pages 30-31
 Examine the photos and we will read the
captions aloud as a class.
 Discuss the fol...
 Discuss the following questions:
 What photograph would you add to show another
aspect of a civic nation?Why?
 Can the...
 Constitution
 Legal document that lays out the basic ______ the
society is built upon
 Canada’s is the Charter of Righ...
 Can you think of an example for the following
freedoms?
 a) conscience and religion
 EX:
 b) thought, belief, opinion...
 Can you think of an example for the following
freedoms?
 c) peaceful assembly
 EX:
 d) association
 EX:
 Civic Nationalism
 Sense of nation emerges only after a _________ -
________ has been created
 Ethnic Nationalism
 Se...
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  1. 1. Competency 1
  2. 2.  Read this section. After you finish reading, briefly answer the following questions:  In what ways is a national identity similar to and individual identity?  What are some of the factors that influence national identity?  We will discuss as a class.
  3. 3.  With a partner, discuss responses to the following questions:  What does the photograph tell us about Canada’s national identity?  What does it tell us about the fans’ individual identity?
  4. 4. NATIONAL INDIVIDUAL
  5. 5.  Keenan and his brother, Matt, wear their finest Canadian apparel for the 2007 Canada Day parade in Montreal. Many Canadians feels a source of pride in their country. Some express their pride openly, while others simply enjoy a sense of belonging.  Have you participated in Canada Day celebrations? Did you dress up?  Are people who dress up more patriotic than those who don’t?
  6. 6.  Nation  Latin meaning “people” or “race”  People who feel a sense of belonging together  They want to control their own destiny  A nation may not have official borders or __________________  EX:
  7. 7.  Country  The world has over 190 official countries  A country is a geographic area with specific borders  The borders and government of a country are _______________ by other countries  EX:
  8. 8.  Is Canada mainly a country or mainly a nation?  Does it matter if Canada is defined as a nation or country?  How might a person’s idea of nation affect his or her identity?
  9. 9.  Historica Minute  Before this battle, Canadian army divisions had always fought __________.This was the first time they fought as a single unit.  They were successful and captured a vital military position that the armies of Britain and France couldn’t.  Created a sense of _________________.
  10. 10.  Nation-State  Means “___________”  International  ____________ countries or nation-states  Nationalism  ____________ for a country
  11. 11.  Johann Gottlieb Fichte  Shared ___________; people who share the same ancestors, culture & language  BenedictAnderson  A _________________ that is imagined
  12. 12.  Ernest Renan  Nation begins with shared __________, but you also need the peoples’ soul  ClementChartier  Métis nation has its own identity, language, culture, way of life and ______________________
  13. 13.  Explorations, Pg. 22  Complete Questions 1 & 2 on loose leaf and hand it in at the back (make sure to answer in complete sentences) 1. Which idea most closely matched with your thinking about nation? Explain. 2. Which idea most closely matches your understanding of Canada? Explain.
  14. 14.  Using terms like “we”, “us” and “our” shows that we are thinking ____________  Although it is good to think in terms of a collective identity, it may also cause “us” to think of other groups as “them”
  15. 15.  Patriotism  _________ of country or nation  May spark _________ nationalism or heroism  Q:Would you die for your country?
  16. 16.  Brainstorm a list of words and phrases that describe nation.
  17. 17.  Brainstorm ideas individually, then share them as a group.  Rate ideas individually on a scale of 1 to 5  1 = this idea matched my idea of Canada  5 = this idea does not match my idea
  18. 18.  Language  English is ______ language for 480 million people  In Quebec, French is first for 80%  November 2006 – the Canadian government recognized Quebecois as a nation (the __________ not the province)  Q:Why is this important?
  19. 19.  Ethnicity  Racial, cultural, national or linguistic ___________________  Culture  The _________ of life that people share  First Nations may have ___________ cultures, which help form their identity as a nation
  20. 20.  _______________  EXAMPLE  Israel is the embodiment of Jewish continuity; the only nation on Earth that inhabits the same land, bears the same name, speaks the same language and worships the same God as it did 3000 years ago
  21. 21.  Geography  Mountains, oceans & deserts are physical barriers that isolate people, causing them to ____________ their own ways  Relationship to Land  Different areas provide different ___________ which influence the way people live  Q:What examples can you think of from Canada’s provinces?
  22. 22.  Spirituality  May feel a spiritual _______________ to land because it may be: ▪ “home” ▪ where you ancestors are from ▪ where something important may have happened  Q: Can you think of a place that you feel this sort of connection to?
  23. 23.  Politics  _________________ ▪ The political authority to control their own affairs (as in a country or group) ▪ Also called self-determination ▪ The power to make your own decisions
  24. 24.  “In the psychological sense, there is no Canadian nation…There is a legal and geographical entity, but the nation does not exist. For there are no objects that all Canadians share as objects of national feelings.
  25. 25.  What does this statement mean?  What is meant by psychological sense? Entity? National feeling?  Do you agree with this statement?  Can you name some “objects of national feeling” in Canada?  Does it matter if there are objects of “national” feeling?Why or why not?  Could a lack of these objects be defined as Canadian?  Could this lack reflect Canada’s diversity?
  26. 26.  Civic means “related to citizens”  Based on shared _________ and beliefs  _______________ in language, ethnicity, culture and religion do not matter  Q: Do you believeCanada is a civic nation? Why or why not?
  27. 27.  A civic nation has:  Free and ________ elections  A _______________ that reflects the will of the people  Active Citizenship  Freedom and Peaceful Assembly  Freedom of the press  Equal opportunity for all; the same rights and responsibilities for all citizens
  28. 28.  Look at the images on Pages 30-31  Examine the photos and we will read the captions aloud as a class.  Discuss the following questions:  What values and beliefs do these photographs express?  Do any make you question the idea of Canada as a civic nation?
  29. 29.  Discuss the following questions:  What photograph would you add to show another aspect of a civic nation?Why?  Can the idea of a civic nation ever become a reality? How – or why not?
  30. 30.  Constitution  Legal document that lays out the basic ______ the society is built upon  Canada’s is the Charter of Rights & Freedoms  _______________ Freedoms  a) conscience and religion  b) thought, belief, opinion and expression, including freedom of the press and media  c) peaceful assembly  d) association
  31. 31.  Can you think of an example for the following freedoms?  a) conscience and religion  EX:  b) thought, belief, opinion and expression, including freedom of the press and media  EX:
  32. 32.  Can you think of an example for the following freedoms?  c) peaceful assembly  EX:  d) association  EX:
  33. 33.  Civic Nationalism  Sense of nation emerges only after a _________ - ________ has been created  Ethnic Nationalism  Sense of nation based on ________ ethnicity, language and culture

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