Outcome Chart - Nunavut - Grade 12

This outcome chart contains media-related learning outcomes from the Nunavut curriculum, with links to supporting resources on the MediaSmarts site.

In Grade 12, Nunavut draws on the Alberta English Language Arts and Arts curricula:


Overall Expectations

  • Communication
  • Language
  • Creative & Artistic Expression
  • Reflective & Critical Thinking

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Overall Expectations

  • Heritage & Culture
  • History
  • Geography
  • Environmental Science
  • Civics & Economics

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The Essentials of Working With Others

Students will increase self-awareness by:

  • exploring social media for examples of personal presentation
  • identifying and reporting on the factors contributing to image

Students will use media and technology and a variety of communication strategies to give and request information by:

  • developing clear questions and answers
  • examining three main types of questions

Students will explore the role of communication in conflict situations by:

  • outlining the use of effective communication to deal with conflict
  • using tactful language for clarity in communication

8. Students will identify cultural and social factors related to working with others by:

  • reflecting on outcomes related to cultural and social misunderstandings
  • synthesizing information and creating an alternative point of view

10. Students will apply skills of working with others by:

  • participating in a summative, collaborative presentation for younger students using media technology

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Module 2: Essential Writing

Students will examine modern forms of media communication by:

  • researching the impact of technology
  • writing brief reports on their findings

7. Students will use media to write to share information by:

  • recognizing and composing appropriate types of formal and informal emails
  • writing a persuasive email

Students will review and use the writing skills presented in this module by:

  • planning, completing and evaluating a final writing project on a teacher-approved topic which presents information in written/printed form and is intended to persuade
  • using various technologies such as PowerPoint, music software, video/sound records, cartoon/comic software and word processing to complete their project

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Essential Reading

9. Students will improve critical reading skills by

  • exploring and practising persuasive techniques in advertising

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