teacher planning

Curriculum - ICT

Students will access and retrieve appropriate information from electronic sources for a specific inquiry.

Formulate new questions as research progresses.

Create original text, using word processing software to communicate and demonstrate understanding of forms and techniques.

Access hyperlinked sites in an intranet or the internet to support inquiry.

Specific Outcomes:
C.1 - Students will access, use and communicate information from a variety of technologies.
Specific Outcomes

Curriculum - Language Arts

General Outcome 1
Students will listen, speak, read, write, view and represent to explore thoughts,
ideas, feelings and experiences.
1.1 Discover and explore
1.2 Clarify and extend

General Outcome 2
Students will listen, speak, read, write, view and represent to comprehend and
respond personally and critically to oral, print and other media texts.
2.1 Use strategies and cues
2.2 Respond to texts
2.3 Understand forms, elements and techniques
2.4 Create original text

Curriculum - Social Studies

Social studies 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 fosters students? understanding of and involvement in practical and ethical issues that face their communities and humankind. Social studies is integral to the process of enabling students to develop an understanding of who they are, what they want to become and the society in which they want to live.

Resources

The resources gathered here support the work teachers have deigned to support their students with the specific tasks created. Please add, change or delete resources to support the work you are designing.

 

Resource

Canada; A People's History
Canada: A People's History From Sea to Sea (an interactive website)
 

Stories Of Our Artifacts

Listen to our stories.  Coming to know the story behind some of the everyday pictures and artifacts from our families have made us realize how important it is to know this history.  If we do not come to know these stories, they will be forgotten and how will we be able to preserve our heritage? 

Teacher Planning

In partnership with Athabasca University Library, Galileo Educational Network has created teacher planning resources that provide an overview of how to conduct an inquiry study into this topic, tasks and activities for students, ties to local curricula, and assessment resources so that educators across Canada can maximize use of the new online resource.

Bringing Forward The Past

“Properly worried over, properly cared for and remembered, these things keep coming up,” erupting and interrupting of their own accord, asking for attention, needing something from me, it seems.” (Jardine – On the While of Things)

What Is An Artifact?

“Children are profoundly concrete, imaginal, playful, bodily, and substantive in their ways of knowing. Artifacts are concrete and fleshy and substantial. They allow the children to connect with something that has Earthly, bodily texture and tactility.
They are memorial, somehow. Memory is somehow already housed in such things, "incarnated," if you will." (see Gadamer 1989)

Looking At Each Other

Using the self portraits we have completed what story do they have to tell? Where have you come from and how are we now connected as a community at St. Edmund? Using your self portrait, complete the phrase, I am ____________ and I am from ______________. As a class we will write the beginning and ending of this story. Our self-portraits and statements will be compiled together to tell the story of our community.

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