Electrical Devices and Canada's Interactions with the Global Community

Electrical Devices and Canada's Interactions with the Global Community
Electrical Devices and Canada's Interactions with the Global Community
Electrical Devices and Canada's Interactions with the Global Community
Electrical Devices and Canada's Interactions with the Global Community
Electrical Devices and Canada's Interactions with the Global Community
Electrical Devices and Canada's Interactions with the Global Community
Electrical Devices and Canada's Interactions with the Global Community
Electrical Devices and Canada's Interactions with the Global Community
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This combined Grade 6 Science and Social Studies assignment, Electrical Devices and Canada’s Interactions with the Global Community has been designed with a focus on Empowering Modern Learners through cross-curricular integration and social justice. The rubric is custom made to evaluate both Science and Social Studies strands at the same time. Teachers can also assign marks on other subject areas such as Reading, Writing, Oral Language, and Media. I hope that this consolidated assignment will make teachers’ lives a little easier.

Ontario Curriculum Expectations Covered in this Assignment
Social Studies:
B1.2 analyze the responses of Canadian governments, non-government organizations (NGOs), and individual citizens to an economic, environmental, political, and/or social issue of international significance
B2.3 analyse and construct different types of maps, both print and digital, as part of their investigations into global issues, their impact, and responses to them
B2.2 gather and organize information on global issues of political, social, economic, and/or environmental importance, including their impact and responses to them, using a variety of resources and various technologies
B2.4 interpret and analyse information and data relevant to their investigations, using a variety of tools
B2.5 evaluate evidence and draw conclusions about global issues of political, social, economic,
and/or environmental importance, their impact on the global community, and responses to the issues
B2.6 communicate the results of their inquiries, using appropriate vocabulary
B3.2 describe Canada’s participation in different international accords, organizations, and/or programs
B3.3 describe several groups or organizations through which Canada and Canadians are involved in global issues
B3.4 describe the responses of the Canadian government and some NGOs to different disasters and emergencies around the world
 
Science and Technology:
2.1 follow established safety procedures for working with electricity
2.2 design and build series and parallel circuits, draw labeled diagrams identifying the components used in each and describe the role of each component in the circuit
2.4 design, build and test a device that produces electricity
2.5 use technological problem-solving skills (see page 16) to design, build, and test a device that transforms electrical energy into another form of energy in order to perform a function
2.6 use appropriate science and technology vocabulary
3.4 describe how various forms of energy can be transformed into electrical energy
3.5 identify ways in which electrical energy is transformed into other forms of energy
3.6 explain the functions of the components of a simple electrical circuit
3.7 describe series circuits and parallel circuits
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