- Our communities are diverse and made up of individuals who have a lot in common.
- Rights, roles, and responsibilities shape our identity and help us build healthy relationships with others.
- Use Social Studies inquiry processes and skills to ask questions; gather interpret, and analyze ideas; and communicate findings and decisions
- Explain the significance of personal or local events, objects, people, or places (significance)
- Ask questions, make inferences, and draw conclusions about the content and features of different types of sources (evidence)
- Recognize causes and consequences of events, decisions, or developments in their lives (cause and consequence)
- Acknowledge different perspectives on people, places, issues, or events in their lives (perspective)
- Identify fair and unfair aspects of events, decisions, or actions in their lives and consider appropriate courses of action (ethical judgment)
Students are expected to know the following:
- ways in which individuals and families differ and are the same
- needs and wants of individuals and families
- rights, roles, and responsibilities of individuals and groups
- people, places, and events in the local community, and in local First Peoples communities
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- Break the Fake: What’s in the Frame?
- Can You Spot the Ad?
- Co-Co’s Adversmarts
- Comparing Real Families to TV Families
- Finding Balance in Our Digital Lives
- Internet Time Capsule
- Introducing TV Families
- Representing Ourselves Online
- Rules of the Game
- So Many Choices!
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