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  • 1. Social Studies 11Social Studies 11Course Review:Course Review:1.1. Politics & GovernmentPolitics & Government2.2. Autonomy & International InvolvementAutonomy & International Involvement3.3. Human GeographyHuman Geography4.4. Society & IdentitySociety & Identity
  • 2. POLITICS ANDPOLITICS ANDGOVERNMENTGOVERNMENT►demonstrate understanding of the politicaldemonstrate understanding of the politicalspectrumspectrum►explain how Canadians can effect change atexplain how Canadians can effect change atthe federal and provincial levelsthe federal and provincial levels►explain how federal and provincial governmentsexplain how federal and provincial governmentsare formed in Canadaare formed in Canada►describe major provisions of the Canadiandescribe major provisions of the Canadianconstitution, including theconstitution, including the Canadian Charter ofCanadian Charter ofRights and FreedomsRights and Freedoms, and assess its impact on, and assess its impact onCanadian societyCanadian society
  • 3. AUTONOMY ANDAUTONOMY ANDINTERNATIONALINTERNATIONALINVOLVEMENTINVOLVEMENT► describe Canada’s evolution as a politicallydescribe Canada’s evolution as a politicallyautonomous nationautonomous nation► assess Canada’s role in World War I and the war’sassess Canada’s role in World War I and the war’simpact on Canadaimpact on Canada► assess Canada’s role in World War II and the war’sassess Canada’s role in World War II and the war’simpact on Canadaimpact on Canada► assess Canada’s participation in world affairs withassess Canada’s participation in world affairs withreference toreference to−− human rightshuman rights−− United NationsUnited Nations−− Cold WarCold War−− modern conflictsmodern conflicts
  • 4. HUMAN GEOGRAPHYHUMAN GEOGRAPHY► explain the significance of changes in world population withexplain the significance of changes in world population withreference toreference to−− population pyramidspopulation pyramids−− distributiondistribution−− densitydensity−− demographic transition modelsdemographic transition models► compare Canada’s standard of living with those of developingcompare Canada’s standard of living with those of developingcountries, with reference to poverty and key indicators ofcountries, with reference to poverty and key indicators ofhuman developmenthuman development► assess environmental challenges facing Canadians, includingassess environmental challenges facing Canadians, including−− global warmingglobal warming−− ozone layer depletionozone layer depletion−− fresh water quality and supplyfresh water quality and supply
  • 5. SOCIETY AND IDENTITYSOCIETY AND IDENTITY► assess the development and impact of Canadian social policies andassess the development and impact of Canadian social policies andprograms related to immigration, the welfare state, and minority rightsprograms related to immigration, the welfare state, and minority rights► explain economic cycles with reference to the Great Depression and theexplain economic cycles with reference to the Great Depression and thelabour movement in Canadalabour movement in Canada► describe the role of women in terms of social, political, and economicdescribe the role of women in terms of social, political, and economicchange in Canadachange in Canada► assess the impact of the conscription crises, Quebec nationalism,assess the impact of the conscription crises, Quebec nationalism,bilingualism, and regionalism on Canadian unitybilingualism, and regionalism on Canadian unity► demonstrate knowledge of the challenges faced by Aboriginal people indemonstrate knowledge of the challenges faced by Aboriginal people inCanada during the 20th century and their responses, with reference toCanada during the 20th century and their responses, with reference to−− residential schoolsresidential schools−− reservesreserves−− self-governmentself-government−− treaty negotiationstreaty negotiations► represent what it means to be Canadian with reference torepresent what it means to be Canadian with reference to−− distinctive Canadian programs and policiesdistinctive Canadian programs and policies−− important Canadian cultural and scientific achievementsimportant Canadian cultural and scientific achievements
  • 6. SOCIETY AND IDENTITYSOCIETY AND IDENTITY► assess the development and impact of Canadian social policies andassess the development and impact of Canadian social policies andprograms related to immigration, the welfare state, and minority rightsprograms related to immigration, the welfare state, and minority rights► explain economic cycles with reference to the Great Depression and theexplain economic cycles with reference to the Great Depression and thelabour movement in Canadalabour movement in Canada► describe the role of women in terms of social, political, and economicdescribe the role of women in terms of social, political, and economicchange in Canadachange in Canada► assess the impact of the conscription crises, Quebec nationalism,assess the impact of the conscription crises, Quebec nationalism,bilingualism, and regionalism on Canadian unitybilingualism, and regionalism on Canadian unity► demonstrate knowledge of the challenges faced by Aboriginal people indemonstrate knowledge of the challenges faced by Aboriginal people inCanada during the 20th century and their responses, with reference toCanada during the 20th century and their responses, with reference to−− residential schoolsresidential schools−− reservesreserves−− self-governmentself-government−− treaty negotiationstreaty negotiations► represent what it means to be Canadian with reference torepresent what it means to be Canadian with reference to−− distinctive Canadian programs and policiesdistinctive Canadian programs and policies−− important Canadian cultural and scientific achievementsimportant Canadian cultural and scientific achievements

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