These activities are based on the Battle of Hong Kong and explore its nature and role during World War Two. Based on Howard Gardner's theories on multiple intelligences, these activities give teachers a wider range of learning strategies. Multiple intelligences give students a choice of how they wish to present the information that they have researched and also give them a chance to showcase their talents or particular intelligence.
Approaches to a Study of the Battle of Hong Kong
A Guide to Prisoner of War Camps and accompanying Question Book is a summative assignment that students complete after a lesson about the Battle of Hong Kong. The guide is a compilation of personal testimonies and other primary source documents to provide an in-depth look at the experience of Canadian Prisoners of War during World War II. Students demonstrate their comprehension by completing the question book.
A Guide to Prisoner of War Camps