Entries by concentusadmin

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30-Level Resources

The 30-Level (Grade 12) is focused on addressing and resolving issues. Students examine Canadian history to understand the influences on our contemporary rights, responsibilities, and views of citizenship. Students examine issues facing Canadians and the global community regarding citizenship, specifically the foundational beliefs of Canadians. Students also consider the role of cooperation in a competitive […]

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20-Level Resources

20-Level (Grade 11) students recognize the role that ideology plays in our perspectives and the application of Human Rights. Students extend their investigations to consider historically how worldview has impacted and continues to impact perspectives of citizenship and the balance between meeting the needs of citizens and promoting the nation’s best interests. Through the investigation […]

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10-Level Resources

10-Level (Grade 10) students recognize the role that ideology plays in the political, social, and economic decision-making process and in the social organizations around which society structures itself. They investigate various worldviews and the impact of worldview on an individuals’ and society’s’ beliefs. Students extend their investigations to consider historically how worldview has impacted and […]

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Grade 9 Resources

Grade 9 students research and study what constitutes a society. This year of study has students looking to the past to determine the impact of history on present day societal structuring. Students explore the historical societies of Macedonia, Rome, England, Spain, France, and Mongolia. Through the study of earlier societies, students analyze the impacts of […]

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Grade 8 Resources

Grade 8 students explore the concept of democracy as demonstrated in Canada. Throughout the study of democracy, students reflect on alternative decision making processes such as consensus and majority rule. Students trace the evolution of legislation from an idea to implementation. They learn how the democratic process is strengthened by citizen participation.     Other […]

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Grade 7 Resources

Grade 7 students are beginning to investigate and understand the various types of power and governance within their own country at the local, regional, provincial, national and global levels. As the understanding of the levels of power that govern Canada develop, students compare and contrast those structures and processes with countries operating within Pacific Rim […]

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Grade 6 Resources

Grade 6 students begin to investigate and understand the meaning of and relationship between authority and power, influence and force. They examine this concept from a personal perspective and then extend their understanding to Canada and countries bordering the Atlantic Ocean. Students examine the characteristics and traits of leadership beginning with the individual and then […]

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Grade 5 Resources

Students will extend their exploration of rules and societal order to the workings of the various governing systems in Canada including First Nations and Métis governance and those patterned on the Westminster parliamentary systems. Students will extend their understanding of the impact of the differing levels of government and develop a greater understanding of the […]

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Grade 4 Resources

Grade 4 students will extend their exploration of rules and societal order to the workings of the various governing systems in Saskatchewan including First Nations and Métis governance and provincial governance structures. Students are beginning to understand the impact of the differing levels of government and understand the connections between varying levels of responsibility.   […]