Social Studies - Gr.9.1 - Governance and Rights

Issues for Canadians: Governance and Rights Gen Outcome: Students will demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of how Canada’s political processes impact citizenship and identity in an attempt to meet the needs of all Canadians. (from Alberta Education)
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WEBSITEL For Teachers- Online Resources   -  The materials offered here can be used by classroom teachers to support and extend their Social Studies, Health, C.A.L.M., and Legal Studies instruction.

WEBSITEL For Teachers- Online Resources - The materials offered here can be used by classroom teachers to support and extend their Social Studies, Health, C., and Legal Studies instruction.

Chronicles the country’s major waves of immigration, from welcoming early European arrivals to becoming a modern-day safe haven for refugees. The book also acknowledges times when Canada has not been especially welcoming. It explores how each period of immigration has shaped the laws, values, and face of Canada on the way to today’s multicultural society.

971 HUG People from every single country in the world call Canada home. From the very first arrivals as long as years ago—the ancestors of Canada’s Aboriginal peoples—right up until today, people have settled in this country to build a better life.

WEBSITE: Canadian Constitutional Documents

WEBSITE: Canadian Constitutional Documents

Looks at the many diverse cultures, from the first European immigrants to the modern arrivals, that have shaped Canada.

Looks at the many diverse cultures, from the first European immigrants to the modern arrivals, that have shaped Canada.

WEBSITE:Aboriginal Youth Justice: teacher's resource - This middle years teacher’s resource is designed to provide information about Canada’s youth justice system to youth from Aboriginal communities.

WEBSITE:Aboriginal Youth Justice: teacher's resource - This middle years teacher’s resource is designed to provide information about Canada’s youth justice system to youth from Aboriginal communities.

WEBSITE: Canadian Primary Sources in the Classroom

WEBSITE: Canadian Primary Sources in the Classroom

WEBSITE:Try Judging is the first Canadian student program to be conceived, designed and produced by judges. It is a multimedia educational program designed for integration into high school social studies, civics and law courses. Try Judging introduces students to the role of judges within our judicial system, and encourages exploration of important concepts such as the rule of law, judicial independence and judicial impartiality.

WEBSITE:Try Judging is the first Canadian student program to be conceived, designed and produced by judges. It is a multimedia educational program designed for integration into high school social studies, civics and law courses. Try Judging introduces students to the role of judges within our judicial system, and encourages exploration of important concepts such as the rule of law, judicial independence and judicial impartiality.

WEBSITE: Image result for Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms

Values. I believe in freedom for all honest good people and I am happy that Canada provides freedom for its people. I respect people that do not take freedom for granted and I would always fight for it and respect those who fought for it.

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