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Civics

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Welcome to Civics (CHV2O1)!

 

This course explores what it means to be an informed, participating citizen in a democratic society. Students will learn about the elements of democracy and the meaning of democratic citizenship in local, national and global contexts. In addition, students will learn about social change, examine decision-making processes in Canada, explore their own and others’ beliefs and perspectives on civics questions, and learn how to think and act critically and creatively about public issues.

 

 There are five mini-units, with the final unit being the culminating activity.

    

Introduction  

The Three Levels of Government

Is Canada a Democracy?

Citizen Action

Take Action Project

 

CC's page

 

 

Assignments

 

 The final grade will be assessed using the following formula:

 

 

 Unit Work:                 20% 

 Unit Assignments:      50%

 Final Project:             30%     

 

 

 

Evaluated assignments include:  a quiz; a research assignment; a media production project; writing assignments; and a multimedia presentation. 

   

Achievement Chart

    

Thinking/Inquiry                             25%

Communication                             25%

Application                                    25%

Knowledge/Understanding              25%

 

 

link to curriculum document

 

 

 

 

 

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