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(Knowledge Hunt PDF without answers:)
A "Knowledge Hunt" is a short quiz that includes 10 knowledge-based
questions. These activities are meant to assist students in exploring
and quickly becoming familiar with one of the theme areas. They
may be used as a short, five-minute introduction to the content
and navigation of the site or even as an online, small-group scavenger
hunt. The Knowledge Hunts are available for teachers with or without
answers. The version without answers is also contained within Student
Resources or it may be printed off for student use.
As an introductory activity to the Mavericks: An Incorrigible
History of Alberta web site, students may take five to ten minutes
to become familiar with the site and answer the specific questions
they have been provided.
- What does UFA stand for?
A. United Farmers of Alberta
- Name the five women who are called the "Famous Five."
A. Emily Murphy, Henrietta Muir Edwards, Nellie McClung,
Louise McKinney, and Irene Parlby
- Henrietta Muir Edwards wrote a booklet called in 1908 that gave
women information on the law, and their position in society. What
is this booklet called?
A. The Legal Status of Canadian Women
- When were women in Canada legally recognized as "persons"?
A. October 18, 1929
- What newspaper did Bob Edwards establish in 1902?
A. Eye Opener
- When did Henrietta Muir Edwards move to Alberta?
- What did Sir Frederick Haultain want the western provinces to
- What organization was Henry Wise Wood elected president of?
A. UFA – The United Farmers of Alberta
- What job did William Aberhart hold at Crescent Heights High
School in Calgary?
- What political party was formed with Preston Manning as the
A. Reform Party