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Four Weeks To A Gold Medal Blog | Week 1

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IDEA OF THE WEEK:  Sochi 2014 Olympics Continue reading

Good vs. Evil | The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe

White Witch and Edmund in sledge, Illustration by Pauline Baynes Ill, vintage watercolour sketch of Queen of Narnia in reindeer-drawn sledge with Edmund and dwarf

The White Witch and Edmund both do bad things during the course of the novel The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe – and we’ve agreed that the White Witch is an evil character.

In your opinion, is Edmund also evil?

The Money Makers | Les Faiseurs d’argent

During our study of the Charter of Childrens’ Rights, Quebec in the early 1900s, and finally our reading of the novel Iqbal, we’ve been looking at child labour at home and around the world. We’ve looked at it through the eyes of historians, social activists and novelists.

Another way to look at the issue of child labour is through the eyes of an artist. One type of artist is the political cartoonist. What you see below is a an example of a political cartoon which comes from a Quebec magazine from over 100 years ago!

What does this image tell you about child labour in Quebec in 1912? Continue reading