Secondary Cycle Two

The History of Quebec and Canada

The High Priority Knowledge Inventory, and Answer Guide

The high priority knowledge inventory is a check-list of topics that reflect topics from the HQC SEC. 4 that can be seen as a relatively high priority for students to know, and understand, going into the final exam. There is a student booklet where students can fill in information as an exam review (or as the topics are covered throughout the year).

LINK 1 (The Inventory) - LINK 2 (The Answer Guide)

Document Based Questions Quick Links

An inventory of singular DBQ’s for the SEC. 4 Program Content (MEES Style Questions). Each DBQ is quick-linked by topic.


The Daily Document

SEC. 3 and SEC. 4


Created and shared by Tania Tabet (LBPSB Consultant)

LEARN Quebec's Online Student Resources

This site contains a very extensive range of student resources and activities for students, curated with essential questions and learning goals made explicit for each of the modules.


Annotated Precisions of Learning (SEC. 4)

This document contains the precisions of learning from the HQC SEC. 4 Program, annotated with sup-topics and specific details for the teacher. This can be use as a planning tool or as a content checklist by the teacher.



This Padlet Contains many resources and links from the Provincial HQC Community


MEQ Document Based LES's

These document based LES’s were created by MEES, and engage students with engaging with history through document analysis.



Jen’s amazing, extensive, and thorough resources are used throughout the English sector in Quebec; contains powerpoint presentations, summative assessments, review tools, and more.


SEC. 4 Practice Essays

This contains several practice essay questions (MEES style) for both the C1 and C2 essay styles that generally occur on MEES exams.


Course Overview Package from AQUES

This contains dossier for each time period, where the main topics are described concisely and paired with historical documents. There is also a review template for each of the topics where students can self-assess their knowledge.