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This resource complements themes and strands explored within Grade 10, 11 and 12 Social Science/Social Studies and History curricula across Canada. The chart provides a sample of Provincial courses where the resource would assist teachers in meeting course objectives/expectations.


Province Course Themes/Strands/Units
British Columbia Grade 11 Social Studies
  • The Canadian Identity
  • Canada in the World Community
  • Canadian and Global Citizenship
Saskatchewan Social Studies 10
  • Political Decision Making
  • Ideology and the Decision Making Process
  • International Political Organizations
Social Studies 20
  • Human Rights
  • World Governance
Social Studies 30
  • Culture
  • Governance
  • Globalization
Manitoba Senior 1: Canada Today - Canadian Studies
  • Canadian Identity and Multiculturalism
  • Canada and the World
  • Canada in the Future
Senior 3: Social and Political History
  • Canada's External Relations
Senior 4: World Issues
  • Global Organization: East-West and North-South Quality of Life Perceptions
  • World Issues
  • The World of the Future
Ontario Canadian History in the Twentieth Century
Grade 10 CHC2D/CHC2P
  • Communities: Local, National, and Global
  • Change and Continuity
  • Citizenship and Heritage
Civics
Grade 10 CHV2O
  • Purposeful Citizenship
  • Active Citizenship
Canadian History and Politics Since 1945
Grade 11 CHH3C/CHH3E
  • Communities: Local, National, and Global
  • Citizenship and Heritage
  • Social, Economic, and Political Structures
Twentieth Century History: Global and Regional Perspectives
Grade 11 CHT3O
  • Communities: Local, National, and Global
  • Change and Continuity
  • Citizenship and Heritage
  • Social, Economic, and Political Structures
Canadian History Identity and Culture
Grade 12 CHI4U
  • Communities: Local, National, and Global
  • Citizenship and Heritage
  • Social, Economic, and Political Structures
The Americas: Geographic Patterns and Issues
Grade 11 CGD3M
  • Communities: Local, National, and Global
  • Human-Environment Interactions
  • Global Connections
Canada and World Issues: A Geographic Analysis
Grade 12 CGW4U
  • Geographic Foundations
  • Space and Systems
  • Global Connections
  • Understanding and Managing Change
Introduction to Anthropology, Psychology and Sociology
Grade 11 HSP3M
  • Social Organization
  • Research and Inquiry Skills
Challenge and Change in Society
Grade 12 HSB4M
  • Social Change
  • Social Challenges
Philosophy: The Big Question
Grade 11 HZB3O
  • Philosophical Questions
  • Applications of Philosophy to Other Subjects
Philosophy: Questions and Theories
Grade 12 HZT4U
  • Ethics
  • Social and Political Philosophy
World Religions: Beliefs and Daily Life
Grade 11 HRF3O
  • Religion and Daily Life
Newfoundland Canadian Issues
(1209)
  • Knowledge Objectives
  • Values Objectives
  • Skills Objectives
Religious Education Levels I - III
(Ethical Issues 1104)
  • A Discovery of Worldview and the Raising of Social Questions
  • Family and Peer Relationships
  • Peace and Security
  • Tolerance and Caring
Global Issues
(3205)
  • Human Rights
  • Peace and Security
  • National and International Development
  • The Environment
Social Studies - World History
(3201)
  • History in the Making

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