Evaluating Canadian Prime Ministers: John Diefenbaker vs. Lester B. Pearson
In this evaluating Canadian prime ministers worksheet, students exhibit their understanding of the personalities, political visions, and accomplishments of John Diefenbaker and Lester B. Pearson as they complete a graphic organizer.
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