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Title: Baby Boom Children: The World They Were Born Into


1
Baby Boom Children The World They Were Born Into
  • HSB4U Chapter 5
  • Day 2

2
Chapter Inquiry Question
  • How has the largest generation in our history,
    the baby boom, affected our society in each stage
    of their lives (as children, teenagers, adults
    and now as seniors)?

IMPACT
3
Returning
War brides
Soldiers, 1945
Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21.
(2011). Are you in this picture? Retrieved April
22, 2012 from http//www.pier21.ca/research/collec
tions/image-collection/are-you-in-this-picture/
4
Many Children, Ottawa Nursery, c.1950
Schwartz, D. (2010, Dec. 31). Will a retirement
boom start in 2011? Retrieved April 22, 2012 from
http//www.cbc.ca/news/canada/story/2010/12/30/f-b
oomers-retire.html
5
My Mom
Jill Kaplun, on the right. Baby boomer born in
1946. Here is her family in 1954.
6
My Husbands Mom
Anitra Dodge, 1950 or 51, Brantford.
7
Books for Kids
Farley Mowatts Lost in the Barrens, 1956.
Pierre Bertons The Secret World of Og, 1961.
Ing, T. and Canadian Heritage Department. (N.d.).
Publishing for children McLelland and Stewarts
long legacy. Retrieved April 22, 2012 from
http//hpcanpub.mcmaster.ca/case-study/publishing-
children-mcclelland-amp-stewart039s-long-legacy
8
Girl Guides, 1955
Manitoba Historical Society. (2011, April 23).
The life of Yosh Tashiro. Retrieved April 22,
2012 from http//www.mhs.mb.ca/docs/mb_history/50/
tashiro_y.shtml
9
Toronto in the 1950s
Urban Toronto. (2008). Forum 1950s Toronto.
Urban Toronto. Retrieved April 22, 2012 from
http//urbantoronto.ca/forum/showthread.php/7333-1
950s-Toronto
10
Class Photo
In 1951, 59,402 children were enroled in the
public elementary system in Toronto. By 1966,
there were 77,212 attending elementary schools in
the city.
Toronto Culture. (N.d.). Toronto school children
c. 1953. The history of Toronto an 11 000 year
journey. Retrieved April 22, 2012 from
http//www.toronto.ca/culture/history/gallery/ch6/
classroom.htm
11
University Students
Bradburn, J. (2012, Feb. 4). Historicist
Post-ing about Toronto. Torontoist. Retrieved
April 22, 2012 from http//torontoist.com/2012/02/
historicist-post-ing-about-toronto/
12
Subway Construction, 1950
BlogTO. (2010, Nov. 21). Toronto of the 1950s.
BlogTO. Retrieved April 22, 2012 from
http//www.blogto.com/city/2010/11/toronto_of_the_
1950s/
13
Car Life
Chuckman, J. (2012, Feb. 1). Chuckmans Photos on
Wordpress Toronto Nostalgia. Postcard Toronto
Lawrence Plaza, early 1950s. Retrieved April 22,
2012 from http//chuckmantorontonostalgia.wordpres
s.com/2012/02/21/postcard-toronto-lawrence-plaza-c
ars-parked-zellers-woolworth-belgium-early-1950s/
14
1953 Pontiac Pathfinder Deluxe
Made in Oshawa, ON. In 1953, the average
Canadian family lived on an annual income of
2,714. A Pontiac Pathfinder would have cost that
family 2,738.
Canada Science Technology Museum. (N.d.). In
search of the Canadian car. Pontiac Pathfinder
Deluxe. Retrieved April 22, 2012 from
http//www.canadiancar.technomuses.ca/eng/espace_d
exposition-showroom/pontiac_pathfinder/ads
15
Yonge and York Mills, 1957
Flack, D. (2011, Sept. 8). BlogTO. What the
suburbs used to look like around Toronto.
Retrieved April 22, 2012 from http//www.blogto.co
m/city/2011/09/what_the_suburbs_used_to_look_like_
around_toronto/
16
Don Mills
Aladone. (2010, May 10). Toronto Before Then and
Now. Retrieved April 22, 2012 from
http//torontobefore.blogspot.ca/2010/05/then-and-
now-lawrence-ave-looking-east.html
17
Don Mills
Javed, N. (2009, March 21). Torontos mother of
all suburbs Don Mills. Retrieved April 22, 2012
from http//www.thestar.com/news/article/606039--t
oronto-s-mother-of-all-suburbs-don-mills
18
YMCI
  • http//valdodge.com/2007/04/23/from-farm-to-suburb
    /

Bayview and York Mills, 1950.
Dodge, V. (2007, April 23). From farm to suburb.
Dodgeville. Retrieved April 22, 2012 from
http//valdodge.com/2007/04/23/from-farm-to-suburb
/
19
Fashion
Fashion an option under the Home Economics
Course at Ryerson. First graduating class was
1950.
Ryerson University Library and Archives. (N.d.).
Instructor and student school of fashion,
1957-1958. Archives and Special Collections.
Retrieved April 22, 2012 from http//www.ryerson.c
a/archives/historical_images/fashion.html
20
Eatons
Eatons ad in the Montreal Gazette, May 1959.
Todays Inspiration. (2012, March 21). Jack
Parker, Eugenie Groh Georgine Strathy The
Montreal Eaton's Store Powerhouse Fashion Art
Team. Retrieved April 22, 2012 from
http//todaysinspiration.blogspot.ca/2012/03/jack-
parker-eugenie-groh-georgine.html
21
Queen Elizabeth, 1957
Davison, J. (2012, Feb. 13). Queen Elizabeth the
public and private monarch. CBC News World
photo galleries. Retrieved April 22, 2012 from
http//www.cbc.ca/news/world/story/2012/02/13/f-el
izabeth-the-queen-bedell-smith.html
22
Hockey Night in Canada First Airs on TV, 1952
CBC TV 75th Anniversary. (2011, Oct. 5). Part of
the fabric of Canada. Retrieved April 22, 2012
from http//www.cbc.ca/75/2011/10/part-of-the-fabr
ic-of-canada.html
23
Five Causes of the Baby Boom
  • For each cause, using pages 147-149, define your
    key concept and give a statistic to show how this
    factor helped cause the baby boom. Share with
    class after.
  • Increased birth rate
  • Increased marriage rate and marriage as the norm
  • Age of marriage for men and women
  • Increased immigration rate and characteristics of
    immigrants
  • War brides

24
Application
  • Look at the graphs at each station and identify
    their main conclusions. Use the key concepts we
    have been learning since yesterday
  • Demography
  • Social trend
  • Population growth
  • Natural increase
  • Natural decrease
  • Net migration
  • Baby boom generation
  • Cohort
  • Population pyramid

Dont forget to read the graph carefully
title, labels of axes.
25
Back to Five Causes Groups
  • Which of the 7 graphs you just looked at would
    best illustrate/match/accompany your cause of the
    baby boom?
  • Why?

26
Handout 2 and 3
  • Use the data in handout 2 to fill in the blanks
    on handout 3 (in your course handout package).
  • We will need handout 3 later in the chapter so
    please complete it.

You will need a calculator or your phone.
27
HW
  • Read page 150 and do questions 2 and 4 on page
    151.
  • Work on CCA as needed.
  • Complete handout 3.

28
Practice Graphs
  • http//www12.statcan.gc.ca/census-recensement/2011
    /as-sa/98-310-x/98-310-x2011003_1-eng.pdf
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