Delta Museum and Archives

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Using archival evidence, students will explore how Delta has changed over time to meet the needs and wants of the community. This interdisciplinary kit incorporates math and literacy skills into an exploration of life now and in the past and the changes that have shaped our community and environment.

Education Kits provide your students the opportunity to explore primary source materials in the classroom. Our kits include a teacher’s manual, lesson plans, student activity sheets, archival documents and artifacts, and program materials.

What can the story of Delta’s Chinatown reveal about enduring issues in Canadian history? Using archaeological and archival evidence from Delta’s Chinatown, students will explore the legacy of Canada’s policies and treatment of Chinese immigrants.

Education Kits provide your students the opportunity to explore primary source materials in the classroom. Our kits include a teacher’s manual, lesson plans, student activity sheets, archival documents and artifacts, and program materials.

Students will build their critical thinking and information gathering skills as they become detectives and discover fascinating information about local families using primary and secondary sources such as photographs, letters and objects from the Delta Archives.

Designed using archival materials and artifacts from our collections, our curriculum-relevant education kits provide your students the opportunity to explore primary source materials in the classroom. Education kits include a teacher's manual, student worksheets, and program materials.

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