Come meet students representing provinces across Canada in this Live, Interactive National K-8 Webcast as they share their thoughts on Canadian Identity and belonging, reflecting on the Next 150 Discussions on WorldVuze!
Register your class to watch and actively participate in live audience activities.
This webcast is a partnership between A Kids’ Guide to Canada (AKGTC) and WorldVuze as part of a series of regular AKGTC Kids Meet national webcasts.
Date & Time: December 6th at 12:00pm EDT
Platform: Google Hangouts on Air – a link will be sent to you once you have registered
Recording: The webcast will be broadcast live, and recorded for future viewing
Add YOUR Voice to the Conversation
During the live webcast, students representing provinces across the country will be sharing their thoughts on what belonging means to young people from their community compared to the rest of Canada. Your class can play an active role by sharing their perspectives on belonging from their own community by answering the following Next 150 discussion question on WorldVuze below, before November 21st.
Canadian Identities Question #4:
“How much change do you think is needed for the people in the city, town, or community where you live to feel they belong in Canada?”
Here’s how your students can find and answer this question, once they’re on WorldVuze:
1. Clicking on the arrow to expand and see all “Next 150 questions”
2. Clicking on the Canadian Identities tab. Students can then click on the image of “Question 4: How much change do you think is needed for the people in the city, town, or community where you live to feel they belong in Canada?”
3. Share their Perspectives and submit their answers! Once your students click on the question, it will take them directly to a pop-up where they can type and share their perspective on that question.
Follow Along with the Canadian Identities Webcast Activity (Optional)
Do you want your class to follow along and interact with the Canadian Identities activity showcased in the Kids Meet webcast? In this Canadian Identities Activity, which your class can do prior to the webcast, your students will add their own perspectives and analyze perspectives on “belonging in Canada” first from their community’s perspective, then compare their community to other perspectives across Canada.