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Titre / TitleSectionCross-Curricular Competencies (ADW)Subject-Specific Competencies (ADW)Performance Assessment
1. World MappingModule 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs - Unit 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs (P1.3)Allows for students to explore creative thinking and explain and present reasoning.Allows for students to situate the First and Third World, explore the complexly of territorial boundaries, and develop a global perspective.Drawing, Presenting
2. Brainstorm on the "First World" & "Third World & on the Concept of Poverty"Module 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs - Unit 1: Poverty & Basic Human NeedsAllows for students to relate their own experiences to a social issues and to communicate in a group setting.Allows for students to interpret how location (geography) can relate to a social issues.Brainstorming, Open-Ended Questions/Discussion
3. Poverty & Basic Human Needs Mix & Match GameModule 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs - Unit 1: Poverty & Basic Human NeedsAllows for students to explore analytical and reflective thinking. Allows for students to practice working and problem-solving in teams. Allows for students to explore creative thinking and explain reasoning.Allows for students to explore the relationship between geographic location, poverty and quality of life issues and gain awareness about the global unequal distribution of wealth.Complete Mix &Match, Handout in Teams, Open-Ended Discussion
4. Child & Youth Poverty in Canada Discussion/Math ActivitiesModule 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs - Unit 1: Poverty & Basic Human NeedsAllows for students to explore creative thinking and explain reasoning. Allows for students to apply mathematical skills to a simulated life situation. Allows for students to explore interactive computer skills.Allows for students to explore the relationship between geographic location, income group and quality of life and development issues. Allows for students to explore a social issues from a global and national perspective.Open-Ended Questions/Discussions, Develop Budget, ICT Research
5. Poverty QuizzesModule 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs - Unit 1: Poverty & Basic Human NeedsAllows for students to explore analytical and reflective thinking. Allows for students to explore interactive computer skills.Allows for students to interpret how location (geography) can relate to a social issues.Q&A, Internet Navigation
6. Begin Work on Learning Tree Storyboard ProjectModule 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs - Unit 1: Poverty & Basic Human NeedsAllows for students to explore working in teams, problem solving and decision- making.Allows for students to integrate What they have learned about territorial issues, apply it to their own work, and encourage global collective action.Brainstorming, Role Assignment, Project Planning
Teacher Handout: What is the Learning Tree Story Board Project?Module 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs - Unit 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs
Fact Sheet 1: Poverty Development & Basic Human NeedsModule 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs - Unit 1: Poverty & Basic Human NeedsBrainstorming, Open-Ended, Questions, Discussion
Fact Sheet 2: Child & Youth Poverty in CanadaModule 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs - Unit 1: Poverty & Basic Human NeedsInterviews, Report Writing
Student Handout: What is the Learning Tree Story Board Project?Module 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs - Unit 1: Poverty & Basic Human NeedsMedia Integration, Research Using ICT, Team Presentation
Student Handout: Poverty & Basic Human Needs Mix & Match Game Answer SheetModule 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs - Unit 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs
Teacher Handout: Poverty & Basic Human Needs Mix & Match Game Answer SheetModule 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs - Unit 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs
Unit Introduction & Goals
1. Reading Media Article: Introduction to Hunger ``Pre-empt silent killers like hunger``Module 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs - Unit 2: Poverty, Hunger & Food SecurityAllows for students to relate their own experiences to a social issues and to communicate in a group setting.Allows for students to interpret how location (geography) can relate to a social issues.Brainstorming, Open-Ended Questions/Discussion
2. Conducting a Live InterviewModule 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs - Unit 2: Poverty, Hunger & Food SecurityAllows for students to practice interpreting information, identifying key issues, empathizing with other peoples' points of view, and communicating in writing.Allows for students to explore the nature, complexity and implications of a social issues from a personal or national perspective. Note: This activity is intended for a culturally diverse class- room.Interviews, Report Writing
3. A Day in the Life: Role-Playing a ScriptModule 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs - Unit 2: Poverty, Hunger & Food SecurityAllows for students to practice interpreting information, role-playing, empathizing with other peoples` points of view, and communicating in a group setting.Allows for students to explore the nature, complexity and implications of a social issue from a global perspective.Media Integration
4. Web QuestModule 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs - Unit 2: Poverty, Hunger & Food SecurityAllows for students to practice collecting and interpreting information, identifying assumptions, judging actions, troubleshooting, and communicating in a group setting.Allows for students to explore the nature, complexity and implications of a social issue from a global perspective and Canada`s role in taking action for change.Research Using ICT, Team Presentation
5. Work on Learning Tree Storyboard Team ProjectModule 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs - Unit 2: Poverty, Hunger & Food SecurityAllows for students to move from experience to information gathering, to analysis, to action and communication. In particular, allows for students to practice framing problems, collecting and interpreting information, applying models, negotiating with others, resolving conflicts, building consensus, adjusting to take into account others` views.Allows for students to integrate What they have learned about territorial issues, apply it to their own work, and encourage global collective action.Researching Information, Developing Content, Communicating Information & Ideas, Presenting Information & Ideas, Developing Creativity,Working in Teams, Applying Terminology
Fact Sheet: Poverty, Hunger & Food SecurityModule 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs - Unit 2: Poverty, Hunger & Food Security
Student Handout: "Pre-empt silent killers like hunger...Module 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs - Unit 2: Poverty, Hunger & Food Security
Unit Introduction & Goals
1. HIV AIDS Before After True or False QuizModule 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs - Unit 3: Poverty, Health & HIV/AIDSAllows for students to explore analytical and reflective thinking.Allows for students to interpret how location (geography) can relate to a social issue.Q & A, Active Listening
2. On-line HIV AIDS QuizModule 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs - Unit 3: Poverty, Health & HIV/AIDSAllows for students to explore analytical and reflective thinking. Allows for students to explore interactive computer skills.Allows for students to interpret how location (geography) can relate to a social issue.Q & A, Internet Navigation
3. Web Case StudyModule 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs - Unit 3: Poverty, Health & HIV/AIDSAllows for students to practice interpreting information, identifying key issues, troubleshooting, empathizing with other peoples` points of view, defending a position and communicating in writing as well as in a group.Allows for students to explore the nature, complexity and implications of a social issue from a national and global perspective.Research Using ICT, Report Writing
4. Web QuestModule 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs - Unit 3: Poverty, Health & HIV/AIDSAllows for students to practice collecting and interpreting information, identifying assumptions, judging actions, troubleshooting, and communicating in a group setting.Allows for students to explore the nature, complexity and implications of a social issue from a global perspective and Canada`s role in taking action for change.Research Using ICT, Team Presentation
5. Work on Learning Tree Storyboard Team ProjectModule 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs - Unit 3: Poverty, Health & HIV/AIDSAllows for students to move from experience to information gathering, to analysis, to action and communication. In particular, allows for students to practice framing problems, collecting and interpreting information, applying models, negotiating with others, building consensus, adjusting to take into account others` views.Allows for students to integrate what they have learned about territorial issues, apply it to their own work, and encourage global collective action.Researching Information, Developing Content, Communicating Information & Ideas, Presenting Information & Ideas, Developing Creativity, Working in Teams, Applying Terminology
Fact Sheet 1: Poverty & HIV/AIDS in Africa, Canada & WorldModule 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs - Unit 3: Poverty, Health & HIV/AIDS
Fact Sheet 2: Infection & Prevention of HIV/AIDSModule 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs - Unit 3: Poverty, Health & HIV/AIDS
Student Handout 1: HIV/AIDS Before & After QuizModule 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs - Unit 3: Poverty, Health & HIV/AIDS
Student Handout 2: Sibongile's TestimonialModule 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs - Unit 3: Poverty, Health & HIV/AIDS
Unit 4: Introduction & Goals
1. Photo Research: Introduction to Water ProblemsModule 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs - Unit 4: Poverty, the Environment & WaterAllows for students to practice interpreting and synthesizing information, problem solving, decision-making and communicating in writing.Allows for students to learn about the different issues related to water around the world and that action needs to be taken to preserve this limited resource.Internet Research, Report Writing
2. Tracking Water ConsumptionModule 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs - Unit 4: Poverty, the Environment & WaterAllows for students to relate their own personal experiences to a social issue, interpret the consequences of their actions, practice problem solving, and explore analytical thinking.Allows for students to explore the nature, complexity and implications of a social issue from a national and global perspective.Brainstorming, Charting
3. Talking About WaterModule 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs - Unit 4: Poverty, the Environment & WaterAllows for students to interpret information, explore their creativity and presentation skills.Allows for students to relate their own experiences to a social issue, explore creative thinking and explain and present reasoning.Allows for students to understand the meaning of human actions with regard to territory and examine these actions in terms of the future in relation to the global issue of water scarcity. Allows for students to understand the meaning of human actions with regard to territory and examine these action to the global issue of water scarcity.Research Using ICT, Report Writing
4. Web QuestModule 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs - Unit 4: Poverty, the Environment & WaterAllows for students to practice collecting and interpreting information, identifying assumptions, judging actions, troubleshooting, and communicating in a group setting.Allows for students to explore the nature, complexity and implications of a social issue from a global perspective and Canada`s role in taking action for change.Research Using ICT, Team Presentation
5. Work on Learning Tree Storyboard Team ProjectModule 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs - Unit 4: Poverty, the Environment & WaterAllows for students to move from experience to information gathering, to analysis, to action and communication. In particular, allows for students to practice framing problems, collecting and interpreting information, applying models, negotiating with others, resolving conflicts, building consensus, adjusting to take into account others` views.Allows for students to integrate What they have learned about territorial issues, apply it to their own work, and encourage global collective action.Researching Information, Developing Content,Communicating Information & Ideas, Presenting Information & Ideas, Developing Creativity, Working in Teams, Applying Terminology
Fact Sheet: Poverty, Environment & WaterModule 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs - Unit 4: Poverty, the Environment & Water
Student Handout: 1 Canadian Water Consumption ChartModule 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs - Unit 4: Poverty, the Environment & Water
Student Handout 2: Water Log WorksheetModule 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs - Unit 4: Poverty, the Environment & Water
Unit 5: Introduction & Goals
1. Jigsaw Panel DiscussionModule 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs - Unit 5: Poverty & Basic Human Needs Module Wrap-UpAllows for students to interpret information, share with others, and adjust to take into account others` views, and communicate in a group setting.Allows for students to explore the interconnection between global issue.Communicating & Presenting, Information & Ideas
2. Show TellModule 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs - Unit 5: Poverty & Basic Human Needs Module Wrap-UpAllows for students to present their interpretation of global issues to their peers.Allows for students to present their interpretation of global issues to their peers.Group Sharing, interaction
3. Presentation of Learning Tree Storyboard Team ProjectsModule 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs - Unit 5: Poverty & Basic Human Needs Module Wrap-UpAllows for students to move from experience to information gathering, to analysis, to action and communication. In particular, allows for students to practice framing problems, collecting and interpreting information, applying models, negotiating with others, resolving conflicts, building consensus, adjusting to take into account others` views.Allows for students to integrate What they have learned about territorial issues, apply it to their own work, and encourage global collective action.Group Presentation, Working in Teams, Communicating & Presenting Information & Ideas
4. Group Work EvaluationModule 1: Poverty & Basic Human Needs - Unit 5: Poverty & Basic Human Needs Module Wrap-UpAllows for students to exercise critical judgement and practice reflective thinking.Allows for students to evaluate their personal and group development in building consciousness as global citizens.Peer Evaluation, Individual Evaluation
Unit Introduction & Goals
Magazine Radio Program
1. Globalization BingoModule 2: Globalization & Trade - Unit 1: Introduction to GlobalizationAllows for students to use information, relate their own experiences to a social issue, and explore their creativity while solving problems.Allows for students to reflect on how globalization can increase the connections between people and the rest of the world and the role they can play in influencing these connections.Interacting with Classmates
2. History of Globalization MappingModule 2: Globalization & Trade - Unit 1: Introduction to GlobalizationAllows for students to use information for problem solving, to adopt their work methods to a specific task using new technologies, and to explore communicating appropriately in teams and in a large group setting.Allows for the introduction of important benchmarks in the history of globalization, helping students to explore social phenomena in order to later interpret these phenomena into a present-day perspective.Researching Information, Using ICTs, Using Cartographic Language, Working in Teams
3. Begin Work on Magazine Radio Program Team ProjectModule 2: Globalization & Trade - Unit 1: Introduction to GlobalizationAllows for students to explore teamwork, problem solving and decision-making.Allows for students to integrate What they have learned about social phenomena, apply it to their own work, and encourage global collective action.Brainstorming, Role Assignment, Project Planning
Fact Sheet: Introduction to GlobalizationModule 2: Globalization & Trade - Unit 1: Introduction to Globalization
Teacher Handout: What is the Magazine Radio Program Project?Module 2: Globalization & Trade - Unit 1: Introduction to Globalization
Teacher Handout: Writing for RadioModule 2: Globalization & Trade - Unit 1: Introduction to Globalization
Student Handout: What is the Magazine Radio Program Project?Module 2: Globalization & Trade - Unit 1: Introduction to Globalization
Student Handout: Sample Technician Cue SheetModule 2: Globalization & Trade - Unit 1: Introduction to Globalization
Student Handout: Sample News BulletinModule 2: Globalization & Trade - Unit 1: Introduction to Globalization
Student Handout: Sample Audio FeatureModule 2: Globalization & Trade - Unit 1: Introduction to Globalization
Student Handout: Globalization Bingo CardModule 2: Globalization & Trade - Unit 1: Introduction to Globalization
1. MNC Profiling: What Does a Multinational Corporation Look Like?Module 2: Globalization & Trade - Unit 2: Globalization & Multinational CorporationsAllows for students to apply investigate research, interpret information using new technologies and to communicate in writing and in groups.Allows for students to explore the nature, complexity and implications of a social phenomenon from a historical perspective and its present-day context.Report Writing, Team Work
2. Film Discussion: The CorporationModule 2: Globalization & Trade - Unit 2: Globalization & Multinational CorporationsAllows for students to practice interpreting media portrayals, identifying key issues, empathizing with other peoples` points of view, and communicating in a group setting.Allows for students to explore the nature, complexity and implications of a social phenomenon from a historical perspective and its present-day context.Class Discussion
3. NGO Profiling : What Does a Non-Governmental Organization Look Like?Module 2: Globalization & Trade - Unit 2: Globalization & Multinational CorporationsAllows for students to apply investigative research, interpret information using new technologies and to communicate in writing and in a groups.Allows for students to explore the nature, complexity and implications of a social phenomenon from a historical perspective and its present-day context.Report Writing
4. Work on Magazine Radio Program Team ProjectModule 2: Globalization & Trade - Unit 2: Globalization & Multinational CorporationsAllows for students to move from experience to information gathering, to analysis, to action and communication. In particular, allows for students to practice framing problems, collecting and interpreting information, applying communication technologies and various methods of communication, negotiating with others, resolving conflicts, building consensus, adjusting to take into account others` views.Allows for students to integrate What they have learned about social phenomena, apply it to a hands-on multimedia project, and encourage global collective action.Researching Information, Developing Content, Communicating Information & Ideas, Presenting Information & Ideas, Developing Creativity, Working in Teams, Applying Terminology, Using ICTs
Fact Sheet: Globalization & Multinational Corporations (MNCs)Module 2: Globalization & Trade - Unit 2: Globalization & Multinational Corporations
1. Consumer Analysis: Where Does That Come FromModule 2: Globalization & Trade - Unit 3: Globalization, Free Trade or Fair Trade?Allows for students to relate their own experiences to a social issue, to explore analytically and reflective thinking and to communicate in a group setting.Students will become sensitized to the extent to Which products sold in Canada come from another country (especially developing countries). And, based on their experiences, will reflect on the considerations related to the production and distribution of these products.Information Gathering, Classification and Analysis of Information, Class Discussion
2. CocoLoco: Producing a Chocolate BarModule 2: Globalization & Trade - Unit 3: Globalization, Free Trade or Fair Trade?Allows for students to explore analytical, creative and reflective thinking While communicating in a smaller and larger group setting.Students will learn about the issues, related to the production and distribution of chocolate, and other traded goods.Production Simulation, Team Work
3. Fair Trade Role-PlayModule 2: Globalization & Trade - Unit 3: Globalization, Free Trade or Fair Trade?Allows for students to practice interpreting information, identifying key issues, role-playing, empathizing with other peoples` points of view, defending a position and communicating in a group.Based on What they have learned in previous activities, students will take on different points of view and practice developing arguments in support of or against a Fair Trade alternative.Role- Play, Team Work
4. Work on Magazine Radio Program Team ProjectModule 2: Globalization & Trade - Unit 3: Globalization, Free Trade or Fair Trade?Allows for students to move from experience to information gathering, to analysis, to action and communication. In particular, allows for students to practice framing problems, collecting and interpreting information, applying communication technologies and various methods of communication, negotiating with others, resolving conflicts, building consensus, adjusting to take into account others` views.Allows for students to integrate What they have learned about social phenomena, apply it to a hands-on multimedia project, and encourage global collective action.Researching Information, Developing Content, Communicating Information & Ideas,Presenting Information & Ideas, Developing Creativity, Working in Teams, Applying Terminology, Using ICTs
Fact Sheet: Globalization, Free Trade or Fair Trade?Module 2: Globalization & Trade - Unit 3: Globalization, Free Trade or Fair Trade?
Teacher Handout: People on the Path of a Chocolate BarModule 2: Globalization & Trade - Unit 3: Globalization, Free Trade or Fair Trade?
Teacher Handout: Fair Trade Organizations & Resources in CanadaModule 2: Globalization & Trade - Unit 3: Globalization, Free Trade or Fair Trade?
Unit Goals
1. Jigsaw News Story TradingModule 2: Globalization & Trade - Unit 4: Globalization & Trade Module Wrap-UpAllows for students to interpret information, Share with others, and adjust to take into account others` views, and communicate in groups.Allows for students to share with classmates their knowledge about the theme they have been researching throughout the module.Communicating & Presenting Information & Ideas
2. Presentation of Magazine Radio Program Role-PlayModule 2: Globalization & Trade - Unit 4: Globalization & Trade Module Wrap-UpAllows for students to move from experience to information gathering, to analysis, to action and communication. In particular, allows for students to practice framing problems, collecting and interpreting information, applying communication technologies and various methods of communication, negotiating with others, resolving conflicts, building consensus, adjusting to take into account others` views.Allows for students to integrate What they have learned about social phenomena, apply it to a hands-on multimedia project, and encourage global collective action.Group Presentation, Working in Teams, Communicating & Presenting Information & Ideas
3. Group Work EvaluationModule 2: Globalization & Trade - Unit 4: Globalization & Trade Module Wrap-UpAllows for students to exercise critical judgement and practice reflective thinking.Allows for students to evaluate their personal and group development in building consciousness as global citizens.Peer Evaluation, Individual Evaluation

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