Social Studies

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Teacher Guide to Build Peace Literacy in Social Studies!
Please see that attached K-4 and Gr 5-8 Peace Walk Teacher Guides. These guides provide practical learning strategies as well as links to videos and art activities to promote peace in your school communities.

Charting New Relationships Black History and Anti-racism in Canada

Grade 12 World of Religions: A Canadian Perspective
This document is an optional multidisciplinary humanities course which provides students with the opportunity to explore diversity of religions and religious perspectives within a Canadian and global context. The intent is to help students develop religious literacy and build interfaith and intercultural understanding.

Canadian High School Ethics Bowl: A Guide for Educators
This document is a guide for Educators on how to organize and run an Ethics Bowl. An Ethics Bowl is both a collaborative and competitive event, where teams of students analyze and discuss ethical dilemmas. They imagine, criticize, and compare bold strategies, and may even amend their original positions when faced with convincing arguments. Students have opportunities to pose and respond to probing questions, which results in a deepening awareness of the stakes and principles that animate the discussion.

Proclamation for Peace Days (Adobe PDF 112 KB)

Grade 12 Global Issues: Citizenship and Sustainability (40S)
The Grade 12 Global Issues: Citizenship and Sustainability course provides a lens of ecological literacy through which students can study and understand the complex and often critical global issues that societies face today.