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Social Studies Grade 10-1 and 10-2

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Social Studies Grade 10-1 and 10-2
Agenda
- Overview
- Key Questions
- Connections to Citizenship and Identity
- Connections to Aboriginal, Francophone, and Pluralist perspectives
- Opportunities in the classroom
- Connections to Front Matter

Grade 10-1 Overview
- gives a brief overview and rationale
- explore multiple perspectives on globalization and the impact of globalization on lands, cultures, economies, human rights and quality of life
- examine the relationships among globalization, citizenship and identity to enhance skills for citizenship in a globalizing world
- Key Issue and Key Outcome; Related Issues and General Outcomes
- Skills and Processes
- Related Issues
Grade 10-1 Key Ideas
Key Question:
- To what extent should we embrace globalization?

Related Issues:
- To what extent should globalization shape identity?
- To what extent should contemporary society respond to the legacies of historical globalization?
- To what extent does globalization contribute to sustainable prosperity for all people?
- To what extent should I, as a citizen, respond to globalization?
Citizenship and Identity
- explores the impact of globalization on cultures, lands, economies, human rights and quality of life
- examines how globalization impacts individual societies
- citizenship and identity shape the topic
- related issue 1 is directly aligned with identity and how globalization shapes identity
- focuses on appreciating and acknowledging other perspectives
- learning responsibilities of a global citizen

Specific Examples:
- SLO 1.2 appreciate why peoples in Canada and other locations strive to promote their cultures, languages and identities in a globalizing world
- SLO 1.4 explore ways in which individuals and collectives express identities
- SLO 2.3 accept social responsibilities associated with global citizenship
- SLO 4.11 develop strategies to demonstrate active, responsible global citizenship
Different Perspectives
Aboriginal:
- SLO 2.6 examine impacts of cultural contact between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples (exchange of goods and technologies, depopulation, influences on government and social institutions) (TCC, CC, GC)
- SLO 2.11 analyze contemporary global issues that have origins in policies and practices of post-colonial governments in Canada and other locations (consequences of residential schools, social impacts on Indigenous peoples, loss of Indigenous languages, civil strife) (GC, CC, TCC, I)

Francophone:
- SLO 1.8 analyze challenges presented by globalization to identities and cultures (assimilation, marginalization, accommodation, integration, homogenization) (I, CC, GC)
- SLO 3.7 explore multiple perspectives regarding the relationship among people, the land and globalization (spirituality, stewardship, sustainability, resource development) (LPP, CC, ER, GC)

Pluralist:
- SLO 2.9 examine multiple perspectives on the political, economic and social impacts of historical globalization and imperialism (I, LPP, PADM)
- SLO 3.7 explore multiple perspectives regarding the relationship among people, the land and globalization (spirituality, stewardship, sustainability, resource development) (LPP, CC, ER, GC)
Grade 10-2 Overview
Grade 10-2 Key Ideas
Citizenship and Identity
Different Perspectives
Opportunities in the Classroom
Connections to Front Matter
10-1
- SLO 1.4 explore ways in which individuals and collectives express identities (traditions, language, religion, spirituality, the arts, attire, relationship to land, ideological beliefs, role modeling) (I, CC, LPP)
- SLO 2.6 examine impacts of cultural contact between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples (exchange of goods and technologies, depopulation, influences on government and social institutions) (TCC, CC, GC)

10-2
- SLO 1.8 examine challenges presented by globalization to identities and cultures of peoples in Canada (assimilation, marginalization, accommodation, integration, homogenization) (I, CC, GC)
- SLO 2.7 explore the foundations of historical globalization (rise of capitalism, industrialization, imperialism, Eurocentrism) (TCC, ER, PADM)
- provides opportunities for students to develop the attitudes, skills and knowledge that will enable them to become engaged, active, informed and responsible citizens
- social studies is defined in the Program of Studies as the study of people in relation to each other and to their world.
- focus on identity and citizenship with an emphasis on global citizenship
- Values and Attitudes: emphasis on valuing diversity
- Knowledge: understand how opportunities and responsibilities change in an increasingly interdependent world
- incorporates an overview of Aboriginal, Francophone and Pluralist views and can see this through the multiple SLO's

Specific Example for both 10-1 & 10-2
-SLO 1.1 acknowledge and appreciate the existence of multiple perspectives in a globalizing world (GC, CC)

Key Question:
To what extent should we embrace globalization?

Related Issues:
- Should globalization shape identity?
- Should people in Canada respond to the legacies of historical globalization?
- Does globalization contribute to sustainable prosperity for all people?
- Should I, as a citizen, respond to globalization?
A brief overview and rationale
Historical aspects of globalization as well as the effects of globalization on lands, cultures, human rights and quality of life
Globalization, citizenship and identity
Multiple perspectives to examine the effect of globalization
The impact on Aboriginal and Francophone communities
Examine the opportunities and challenges associated with globalization
Key Issue and Key Outcome; Related Issues and General Outcomes
Skills and Processes
Related Issues
Aboriginal:
SLO 2.1 - recognize and appreciate historical and contemporary consequences of European contact, historical globalization and imperialism on Aboriginal societies (TCC, CC, I, GC)
SLO identify the effects of cultural contact between Europeans and Indigenous peoples in Canada and one other location (exchange of goods and technologies, depopulation, influences on government) (TCC, CC, GC)

Francophone:
SLO 1.8 - examine challenges presented by globalization to identities and cultures of peoples in Canada (assimilation, marginalization, accommodation, integration, homogenization) (I, CC, GC)
SLO 1.9 - analyze the efforts to promote languages and cultures in Canada in response to globalization (language and cultural legislation, revitalization of language and culture) (I, CC)

Pluralist:
SLO 1.1 - acknowledge and appreciate the existence of multiple perspectives in a globalizing world (GC, CC)
SLO 3.1 recognize and appreciate multiple perspectives that exist with respect to the relationships among economics, politics, the environment and globalization (GC, ER, PADM)
Students will explore the relationships among globalization, citizenship and identity.
Recognizing and appreciating the influence of globalization will lead students to examine their roles as responsible and active citizens in a globalizing world.
Explore how globalization impacts cultures, lands, economics, human rights and quality of life.
Examines how individual societies are impacted by globalization
The first key issue focuses on globalization shaping identity
Appreciate and acknowledge other perspectives
Learning roles and responsibilities of a citizen in a globalizing world

Specific Examples:
SLO 1.4 identify the various ways that people in Canada express their identities (traditions, language, religion, spirituality, the arts, attire, relationship to land, role modelling) (I, CC, LPP)
SLO 2.3 accept social responsibilities associated with global citizenship (C, GC)
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