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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 extend their understandings to the organizational structure of organizations nationally and internationally.

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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 nature of the treaty relationships between the First Nations and Canada’s federal government. Finally, students will examine the role of diversity and multiculturalism in the development of the Canadian persona/identity.

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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.

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Grade 3 students continue their study of actions and practices that contribute to peace and order. Students investigate the responsibilities of varying levels of government and the scope of influence of their decisions. Students extend their use of maps and globes to represent the Earth and consider why people choose to live and settle where they do. Students begin to learn about the relationship between beliefs, rights, and responsibilities. They explore how history can impact present events and further examine how different points of view can lead to different interpretations of the same event. Students consider the impact of culture and diversity on interpretation of current events.

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Grade 2 students will continue to understand the decision-making process and explore the rights and responsibilities associated with belonging to society.

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Grade 1 students are learning about decision-making processes and exploring the rights and responsibilities associated with belonging to society. Grade 1 students will examine actions and practices that contribute to peace and order.

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Kindergarten students will begin to learn about their rights and their responsibilities that accompany those rights. They will examine the impact of rules and order on their lives. Specifically, students will examine rules to determine their purpose and function. Students will come to appreciate that rules are meant to promote order so that people can live peacefully together.

At the primary level, students will begin to practice respect for themselves and learn to model respect for others and continue to advocate for the good of others.

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Courageous Conversations booklet

Courageous Conversations booklet

To extend the impact and reach of the citizenship education resources, a companion document entitled Courageous Conversations was prepared. This document was written by academics for educators and adults and it covers six issues in a way that speaks to these audiences. These issues are: the Holocaust as the catalyst for the rights revolution; mental health and addictions; racial discrimination; disability; Indigenous cultures and awareness; and gender. Read more

Student Reporters at Courageous Conversations

We were fortunate to have E-Journalism students from Aden Bowman Collegiate in Saskatoon join us at Courageous Conversations on Nov. 15, 2016. Here is their blog, where they share their experiences and learning from the day: http://saskatchewancourageousconversations.blogspot.ca/.

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These resources have been provided to enrich your learning from the Holocaust Knowledge Exchange Day, held in Moose Jaw on October 31, 2016.

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Auschwitz: Inside the Nazi State | PBS. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.pbs.org/auschwitz/ Read more