Accessible online, Vimy 100 in the Classroom is the Foundation’s free bilingual educational resource designed for high school students across Canada. It includes lesson plans and activities that help interpret Canada’s role in the First World War.

The 12 modules encourage students to actively consider the war, and to discuss difficult questions, like the relationship between nationalism and conflict, in the form of debates, data collection, art, and mini research projects.

This bilingual series is a remarkable educational tool. Together with researchers and people involved in the promotion of the memory of the First World War, it aims to explore a variety of topics related to this important historical event.

To access the modules visit www.vimyfoundation.ca/programs/vimy-100-in-the-classroom