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2C

  • ON00120 047-1-1-3
  • Item
  • [Between 1948 and 1949]
  • Part of C.R. Judd

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.")

2D - 2E

  • ON00120 047-1-1-4
  • Item
  • [Between 1948 and 1949]
  • Part of C.R. Judd

Item is part 2D and part 2E of a grade eight social studies lesson plan. Part 2D covers the smaller units within the British Commonwealth of Nations and is split into seven sections which include: "Part D" [an introduction], "Smaller British Possessions," "British Possessions in Africa and African Waters," "British Possessions in Asia and Asiatic Waters," "Oceania," "British Possessions in North America and North American Waters" and "British Possessions in South America and South American Waters." Part E consists of an overview of the British Empire and repeats much of the information covered in the grade eight social studies lesson plan parts 2C and 2D.

Botany

  • ON00120 047-1-3-1
  • Item
  • [Between 1930 and 1950]
  • Part of C.R. Judd

Item is one volume of a handwritten lesson plan on botany, including plant descriptions of the root, leaf and inflorescence, as well as the organ number, cohesion, adhesion and form (if the plant flowers). Notes on any fruit that may grow on the plant are also given, as well as the classification of that fruit. Hand drawn or traced diagrams are included throughout the item.

Canadian History Notes

  • ON00120 047-1-7-4
  • Item
  • [Between 1934 and 1936]
  • Part of C.R. Judd

Item is one volume of a handwritten and typewritten Canadian History lesson plan. The notes cover First Nations pre-European contact, the first European explorers, European settlement of North America, the Fur Trade, the expulsion of the Acadians, the Siege of Quebec, the American Revolution, the United Empire Loyalists settling in British North America (Canada pre-1867), the settlement of Upper and Lower Canada, the struggle for Responsible Government, Louis Riel and the North-West Rebellion, building the transcontinental railway, Confederation, the growth of the Dominion of Canada, Canada's relationship with Britain and Canada's part in the Boer War (South African War) from 1899-1902. Tucked within the pages of the lesson plan are handwritten notes on historical people and events, a copy of the 1936 Canadian History Easter Examination Outline, a handwritten note from M. Barlow to C.R. Judd regarding supplies that had been ordered, and newspaper clippings.

(Articles from identified newspapers include: “4 Hundred Years Ago Today Jacques Cartier Set Sail,” The London Advertiser, April 20, 1934 and “Centuries-Old Indian Skeletons Still Grasp Arrows in Hands,” Simcoe Reformer, September 6, 1934)

(Articles from unidentified newspapers include: “Unpublished Diary Tells Desperate Tale of Assault on Quebec,” “Ten Premiers Have Handled Ontario Government Helm,” “4 Hundred Years Ago Today Jacques Cartier Set Sail On First Voyage to Canada,” “Recall Mission of Fr. Brebeuf,” “The Fathers in Conference,” “Home-School Club Like Smoothing Iron” and “Sees Need of Humor in Teaching History.”)

Part A 2

  • ON00120 047-1-1-1
  • Item
  • [Between 1948 and 1949]
  • Part of C.R. Judd

Item is Part A 2 of a grade eight social studies lesson plan consisting of nine sections that cover world geography. The nine sections include: "General Notes," "The Earth as a Whole," "How the Sun Lights and Heats the Earth," "The Atmosphere, Winds and Rain," "Weather and Climate," "The Ocean," "The Moon," "Eclipses" and "Migration." Tucked within the notebook is a newspaper clipping ("Underwater Photos and Surface Weatherdromes," The Star Weekly (Toronto, Ontario), October 15, 1949, p. 10.)

World History

  • ON00120 047-1-6-1
  • Item
  • 1930
  • Part of C.R. Judd

Item is one volume of a handwritten lesson plan about World History between 1800 and 1920. Topics include the unification of Germany, the rise of Nationalism, the relationship between "the Great Powers" (i.e. Russia, Italy, France and England), British colonization and growth, progress made in medicine since 1800, 19th century English Literature, Responsible Government in British North America (Canada pre-1867) and the basics of Socialism. World War I is featured in depth, including the causes of war, details of famous battles and the circumstances surrounding the signing of the Treaty of Versailles in 1919.

Canadian History Outline 1934-5

  • ON00120 047-1-7-1
  • Item
  • 1934 - 1962, predominant 1934 - 1935
  • Part of C.R. Judd

Item is volume one of a handwritten Canadian History Outline lesson plan. Subjects included in the lesson plan are: First Nations pre-European contact and post-European contact, European explorers (including the Vikings), European settlement of North America, the Founding of New France, the Huron missions, The Hudson Bay Company, the Acadians, the Expulsion of the Acadians, The Quebec Act, The American Revolution and the United Empire Loyalists. Tucked within the notebook are three copies of a typed, sixty line Canadian History in verse, two typed copies of a Canadian History Review with forty-eight questions and answers, a typed poem in verse entitled "Wolfe" by Grade 8 student James Yeates in 1938, two hand drawn maps, various handwritten history notes and a newspaper clipping ("Historian Calls Cabot Follower, Not Finder," The Globe and Mail, March 4, 1961, p.9).

3A

  • ON00120 047-1-1-5
  • Item
  • [Between 1948 and 1949]
  • Part of C.R. Judd

Item is part 3A of a grade eight social studies lesson plan. Part 3A includes an acknowledgment section, an introduction to social studies, a table of contents for the grade eight social studies lesson plan part 2(A - E) and a condensed version of the grade eight social studies lesson plan part 2A.

Zoology

  • ON00120 047-1-4-1
  • Item
  • [Between 1930 and 1950]
  • Part of C.R. Judd

Item is one volume of a handwritten lesson plan on zoology, including scientific descriptions about fish, birds, amphibians, insects and small mammals. Details about the genetic make-up of these creatures and how they see, feel, breathe and move are explained. Notes are also given regarding the natural habitats of fish, insects or animals being described, along with a look at their life history (i.e. how they are born, how they spend their time and a typical death attributed to each creature). Hand drawn or traced diagrams are included throughout the item.

The French Revolution

  • ON00120 047-1-5-1
  • Item
  • 1930
  • Part of C.R. Judd

Item is one volume of a handwritten lesson plan about the French Revolution. The notes include information on the political atmosphere in the years leading up to the revolution, key individuals involved, the role of the monarchy and the Old Regime in the revolution and the formation of the National Assembly. Also included is a summary of the Napoleonic Era and the effect the French Revolution had on the rest of the world, focusing specifically on the unification of Italy.

Book 2

  • ON00120 047-1-7-2
  • Item
  • 1925-1965, predominant 1934 - 1935
  • Part of C.R. Judd

Item is volume two of a handwritten Canadian History Outline lesson plan. Subjects included in the lesson plan are: the United Empire Loyalists, Feudalism, the Constitutional Act, the War of 1812, the Fur Trade, pioneers in Upper Canada, Responsible Government in British North America (Canada pre-1867), The Rebellion of 1837-1838, the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR), Confederation, Louis Riel and the North-West Rebellion, Canada in the Boer War (South African War), The League of Nations, the Klondike Gold Rush, aviation during The Great War and the role of the government in Canada, including electoral districts, sources of revenue and available social services. Tucked within the notebook are handwritten and typewritten notes on historical people and events, maps, a pamphlet titled "The Fathers of Confederation" that was issued by the Ontario Department of Education in September 1927, eighteen 'Canadianecdote' articles clipped out of Maclean's Magazine ("The Fiddler Went to War," "Frontenac's Unwanted Heart," "The Tycoon in Caulk Boots," "They Took a Train for Taxes," "John A. and the Jester," "The Tale of Old Wives," "The Vindication of Suzanne Pas-de-Nom," "Finnan Fought a Buffalo," "A Coin that's Worth a Fortune," "The Last Shots of War," "The West's Jesting Judge," "And He Owned B.C.!," "A Favor from Mavor," "He Traded Canada for a Dowry," "He Duped the Duke," "The Sacrifice of Malobiannah," "The Lifesaving Doves" and "The Raid on 'Fort Blunder'"), a memorandum dated June 1933 regarding higher average marks received by students at Capreol Public School in Capreol, Ontario on their high school entrance exams versus their final exams (which included a suggestion that the final exams should be made less difficult and be marked more carefully to ensure that the exams were of value to the students and school officials), a typed article entitled "The Legend of the Crooked Tree" which was based on (predominately verbatim) the published article “Crooked Tree of Ekfrid Casts Shadow Over Site of Canada’s Betrayal” (originally published in The London Free Press), a typed article entitled "Stoney Creek" which was based on (predominately verbatim) the published article “Victory of Stoney Creek,” a handwritten list of the Cabinet members in the 1934 Ontario Government and the 1935 Dominion Government, a handwritten list of six items titled, “The duties of a Citizen,” and newspaper clippings.

(Articles from identified newspapers include: “Commemorate 118 Years of Canada-U.S. Peace,” The Sudbury Star, May 4, 1935, p. 8, “Gold Coins, Silver Plate: Legend True, Inn Yields Treasure,” The Globe and Mail, August 19, 1964, “New Ministers in Premier Hepburn’s Cabinet of Thirteen,” The Free Press (London, Ontario), October 13, 1937, “Dorchester’s Donnybrook Fair Opens Tomorrow,” The London Free Press, October 8, 1965, p. 30 and “The Story of Tecumseh,” The Canadian Countryman, January 24, 1925, p. 11 & p. 33.)

(Articles from unidentified newspapers include: “Will Not Arm Against Canada,” 1935, “I Wish I Were a Millionaire,” “All-Embracing,” “Description of a Storm,” “Victory of Stoney Creek,” “Road Error, Hunch Bring Lou to Place of Tecumseh’s Birth,” p. 1, “Road Error, Hunch Bring Lou to Story,” p. 3, “Memorial to Dan Boone,” “Crooked Tree of Ekfrid Casts Shadow Over Site of Canada’s Betrayal,” “Wishing Well District Scene of Many Dramas In Ontario’s Early Days,” “In the Days of the Indians,” “Brule’s First Indian Fight,” “Unique Lesson: Try New Way of Teaching History,” January 6, 1951 and “Hepburn Cabinet Enlarged to 14 Members; Dewan Heads Agriculture, Conant, Attorney-General,” p. 1 & p. 10).

Review Canadian History Outline

  • ON00120 047-1-7-3
  • Item
  • 1936
  • Part of C.R. Judd

Item is one volume of a handwritten Canadian History lesson plan divided into eleven sections and written in a table format. The eleven sections include: "The Indians," "Explorers," "The French Governors," "The British Governors," "Premiers of Canada," "Wars," "Steps Leading to the Quebec Act," "Acts," "Immigration and Colonization," "The Growth of Canada" and "Treaties and Acts."

Back L→R - Jean McKinnon, Gertrude Flavelle, Agnes Irvine, Forence Hampel. Front: Madge Wallace, Irene Murphy, Lena Helferty.

  • ON00120 047-2-1-1
  • Item
  • Between 1929 and 1930
  • Part of C.R. Judd

One image of seven Capreol Public School teachers standing on the front step of the teachers' residence in Capreol, Ontario. In the back row, from left to right, are: Jean McKinnon, Gertrude Flavelle, Agnes Irvine and Forence Hampel. In the front row, from left to right, are: Madge Wallace, Irene Murphy and Lena Helferty.

Form of Agreement for Engagement of a Public School Teacher

  • ON00120 047-3-1
  • File
  • Photocopied after 1969 (originally August 11, 1926)
  • Part of C.R. Judd

File contains a photocopied, typed and handwritten 'Form of Agreement for Engagement of a Public School Teacher' between Chester Roy Judd (the teacher) and the Public School Board of the Town of Capreol, Ontario, contracting Judd as a teacher for Capreol Public School from September 7, 1926 to June 31, 1927.

2B

  • ON00120 047-1-1-2
  • Item
  • [Between 1948 and 1949]
  • Part of C.R. Judd

Item is part 2B of a grade eight social studies lesson plan consisting of sixteen sections that cover British history and the development of democracy in the western world. The sixteen sections include: "Part B" [an introduction], "The British Isles," "The Normans in England," "The Crusades," "Scotland in the Middle Ages," "Elizabethan England," "Additional Explorers," "Freedom in Government," "Types of Government," "National Freedom," "Individual Freedom," "The Establishment, Growth, and Influence of the Christian Church in Britain," "Slavery," "The Establishment of Colonies in North America," "Britain To-day" and "Winston Churchill."

Geography Maps

  • ON00120 047-1-2-1
  • Item
  • [1932]
  • Part of C.R. Judd

Item is one volume of a handwritten geography lesson plan. Included are hand drawn maps of the continents, as well as maps of individual countries and geographic areas. Accompanying each map are notes describing the surface geography, the climate and the main industries of each area and how their location on the Earth affects those things. The final map is of "The World" with notes describing how the Earth spins on it's axis and affects the seasons, the time zones, the tides and the wind patterns. Tucked within the pages is a list of the occurrence of maps on the geography maps entrance exam, a point form outline of the geographic, political and economic make-up of Canada, a map of Canada and two copies of notes with information about Australia.

C.R. Judd teacher - 1927-1964

  • ON00120 047-2-2-1
  • Item
  • Between 1934 and 1937
  • Part of C.R. Judd

One image of C.R. Judd and his students in their classroom at Capreol Public School in Capreol, Ontario.

A Brief Survey of The History of The Capreol Public School

  • ON00120 047-4-1
  • File
  • 1937 - 1946
  • Part of C.R. Judd

File contains "A Brief Survey of The History of The Capreol Public School" written by C.R. Judd, principal of Capreol Public School from 1926 to 1964. The 'brief survey' includes a handwritten timeline of events, a chronological list of the school teachers, a chronological list of school board members and trustees and a copy of a typed, annotated letter from Judd to Inspector of Public Schools L.L. Skuce regarding the history of Capreol Public School.

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