Secondary level

DSs

Discover a fun and interactive way to learn about the history of Québec City, the Citadelle, and those who have lived here!


A citadel in Québec City!

Explore this National Historic Site and step into the daily lives of the Citadelle's first inhabitants back in the days of its construction in 1830. The historic buildings and objects presented in this activity introduce participants to the way of life of people long ago. Learn about the trades and occupations of soldiers and officers and relive the history of this unique North American fortress!

  • Target audience: High school, Secondary 3 to 5 (Grade 9 to 11)  
  • Topics addressed: History, citizenship education, principles of Canadian geography, Canadian culture and identity

 


The First World War and the 22nd Battalion

Go back 100 years to the days of the First World War and the creation of the 22nd Battalion (French Canadian). Stories of soldiers' lives in the trenches, numerous objects and artifacts, and a multimedia projection show how much Canada and French-speaking people contributed to the Great War.

  • Target audience: High school, Secondary 3 to 5 (Grade 9 to 11)
  • Topics addressed: History, citizenship education, Canada since the First World War

 


The Second World War and the Royal 22e Régiment

Deepen your understanding of the Second World War by following in the footsteps of those who lived through it, particularly the Royal 22e Régiment and the general population. Multimedia and interactive content explains the global context of the time, the key players and the reasons that led to the conflict.

  • Target audience: High school, Secondary 3 to 5 (Grade 9 to 11)
  • Topics addressed: History, citizenship education, Canadian culture and identity, Canada in the Second World War

 


 

Each activity includes an educational workshop (20 min) and a Citadelle tour (40 min).

Exclusive to school groups.

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Duration

1 hour

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