Let’s Talk History!
For Community Groups and English as a Second Language Students at Presentation House – Museum
Treat your ESL or children’s group to a program that highlights the achievers and achievements of North Vancouver. Enjoy stories, pictures, and artifacts that weave together a unique timeline of our past. Programs may be custom-made to suit your needs. To learn more, contact our Education Programmer at 604.990.3700 x8007.
Let’s Talk History! Flyer
Our Community: Newcomers & Natives
Grades 2 at Presentation House – Museum
What was it like to live and work in North Vancouver in its early days? During this lively program students will learn how newcomers and natives adapted to the environment to provide essentials for their families. Students will examine historic artifacts, and practice traditional activities while exercising their critical thinking skills!
Our Community: Natives & Newcomers Flyer
Our Community: Natives & Newcomers Teachers Package 2017=2018
Time Travel – Collecting a Community’s History
Grades 4 to 6 at the Community History Centre
The North Vancouver Archives has played a large role in preserving the histories of our celebrated citizens and historic places. During this program, students will learn what an Archives is and will have the opportunity to work hands-on with archival materials.
Time Travel Flyer
Time Travel Teachers Package 2017-2018
Archival Research 101
Secondary Level Classes at the Community History Centre
Introduce secondary level students to a new world of research, far beyond the reaches of Google and Wikipedia. Working with archival resources such as photographs, maps, and oral histories, students will gain practical experience in accessing primary source documents. This program is the perfect way for students to get started on a research project of their own.
Archival Research 101 Flyer
Archival Research 101 Teachers Package 2017-2018