Outcome Chart - Ontario - Geography CGG3O: Travel and Tourism: A Geographic Perspective

This chart contains media-related learning outcomes from Ontario, Curriculum for Geography CGG3O: Travel and Tourism: A Geographic Perspective, with links to supporting resources on the MediaSmarts site.

Geographic Inquiry and Skill Development

Overall Expectations

A1. Geographic Inquiry: use the geographic inquiry process and the concepts of geographic thinking when investigating geographic issues relating to travel and tourism;

Specific Expectations

A1.1 formulate different types of questions to guide investigations into geographic issues relating to travel and tourism

A1.2 select and organize relevant data and information on geographic issues from a variety of primary and secondary sources (e.g., primary: raw data from fieldwork, both quantitative and qualitative; statistics; photographs; satellite images; secondary: newspapers, books, atlases, geographic magazines, websites, graphs, charts, digital and print maps), ensuring that their sources represent a diverse range of perspectives

A1.3 assess the credibility of sources and information relevant to their investigations

A1.4 interpret and analyse data and information relevant to their investigations, using various tools, strategies, and approaches appropriate for geographic inquiry

A1.5 use the concepts of geographic thinking (i.e., spatial significance, patterns and trends, interrelationships, geographic perspective) when analysing and evaluating data and information and formulating conclusions and/or judgements about issues relating to travel and tourism

A1.6 evaluate and synthesize their findings to formulate conclusions and/or make informed judgements or predictions about the issues they are investigating

A1.7 communicate their ideas, arguments, and conclusions using various formats and styles, as appropriate for the audience and purpose

A1.8 use accepted forms of documentation (e.g., footnotes, author/date citations, reference lists, bibliographies, annotated bibliographies, credits) to reference different types of sources (e.g., websites, blogs, books, articles, films, data)

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