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Item is part 2C of a grade eight social studies lesson plan consisting of two sections, "Part C" which is an introduction and "The Great Dominions and Ireland" which covers the history and geography of the British Commonwealth of Nations. The second section is further subdivided into six topics which include: "The Dominion of Canada," "The Union of South Africa," "India," "Australia," "New Zealand" and "Ireland." Three newspaper clippings have been placed in between pages in the lesson plan.
(Articles from identified newspapers include: "No Union in Ireland: Partition There to Stay, N.Y. Times Writer Finds," The Globe and Mail, March 10, 1948, p. 17)
(Articles from unidentified newspapers include: "India, Pakistan Involved in New Areas of Conflict" and "Chile Sets up 2nd Base Over British Protests.")
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For copyright reasons, newspaper clippings have been removed from the digital copy of the item.
The lesson plan was created by Judd following the required Ontario education curriculum of the time. The language used and ideas expressed in the lesson plan are also indicative of the time.