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Question Sheets for Valour Canada library articles (Bloom’s Taxonomy)

The following question sheets are appropriate for all ages (Gr. 4 and up). Each links to its respective article in our Military History Library.

Adelaide Sinclair         Operation Medusa         Battle of Vimy Ridge         Fenian Raids

Kapyong (Korean War)         HMCS Haida         WO H. Peterson         Red River Flood ’97

Corps Reunion ’34         Molly Bobak         Anderson on D-Day         Gen. Harry Crerar

Isabel McDonald         Joseph Keeper         Louie Brothers         Dunkirk Evacuation

Matron Fraser         Operation Husky         Peggy Lee         Gen. Arthur Currie

Tommy Prince         Star Trek’s Scotty         VE-Day         Canada in Rwanda

Women of Bombes         Leo Major         FLQ Crisis         Cuban Missile Crisis


Field of Crosses, Calgary AB. Each links to its respective article and vignette in our Military History Library.

Albert Mountain Horse       Charles E. Dawson       Ian Bazalgette       Russell Boyle

Nichola Goddard       John Pattison

Bloom’s taxonomy: questions for development of thinking skills (Credit:

Write to the Troops
In this activity students will write a letter or short message and send it to a currently serving Canadian soldier. Students will practice and further develop their writing skills while boosting the morale of a soldier who is currently away from their family and loved ones. (This activity can take as little as 10 minutes, the length being dependent upon the writing ability of the writer).
Click to visit the Government of Canada’s (GoC) “Write to the Troops” page and follow the directions.

Note that there are two writing options to choose from:
(1) a short message (1,500 character max.) posted onto the GoC webpage, or
(2) a longer letter using the postal system (see GoC’s directions).

Canadian soldiers returning from Vimy in May 1917 (Credit: LAC M#3194757).

The design of Valour Canada’s educational content is guided primarily by two learning theories:

Six Historical Thinking Concepts (Seixas and Colyer) and Bloom’s Taxonomy (Revised in 2001: Anderson and Krathwol)

Credit: University of Waterloo (Bloom’s Taxonomy), the Historical Thinking Project.

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