Grade 6 Ontario Social Studies Bundle Strand A and B

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  1. Grade 6/7 Social Studies Bundle Ontario Curriculum: For teachers who need to teach a Grade 6/7 split class this bundle contains Grade 6 Social Studies Strand A & B, Grade 7 History Strand A & B, Grade 7 Geography Strand A & B as well as a split grades teaching plan. Resource Includes:10
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Grade 6 Social Studies Strand A and B: Teachers are provided with 29 in-depth, engaging, and cross-curricular lessons to help their students explore and understand Communities in Canada, Past and Present and Canada’s Interactions With The Global Community.

  • This unit is aligned with the Ontario Social Studies Curriculum 2018 Grade 6 Strand A and B.

Resource Includes:

  • 29 Lessons
  • MP3 Audio Files of Student Readings
  • Google Slides™ of Student Pages
  • Daily Lesson Plans
  • Student Choice
  • Differentiated Tasks
  • Inquiry Learning
  • Graphic Organizers
  • Summative Assessments
  • Assessment Rubrics
  • Answer Keys
  • Individual PDFs of student pages to post to Google Classroom™

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  2. "Comprehensive resources like these are lifesavers, especially for teachers of split grades. This was my first year teaching Grade 6 and this resource was my foundation for social studies. The activities and inquiries are well planned, meaningful, and up to date. Thank you for the many, many hours of work that went into creating this."
  3. "It can be challenging to find interactive and student accessible resources for addressing the Ontario Social Studies curriculum. This seller has become my go-to for resources. I recently got switched from a 4/5 to a Grade 8 and immediately picked up their History and Geography units."
  4. "An excellent resource and very thorough! It is my first year teaching social studies and this is an amazing help! Thank you for taking the time to put together these wonderful and engaging activities."
  5. "This resource covers all of the expectations and has engaging activities for the students. What I love is that what I have noticed so far is that all of the resources are included or easily access (ie. links are provided for videos). That means I do not need to go scrounging around to fill in gaps or use a textbook. With a little work, these resources are very easy to adapt for online learning, which is pretty much a necessity now. Overall, I find this resource to be quite invaluable and it has definitely made life easier for me by as I do not need to spend hours planning, figuring out how to teach the lessons and looking all over for appropriate resources for my students. Thank you!"

Strand A Lesson Outline

1. Introduction: Building Vocabulary & Map Creation

2. What Shapes Our Canadian Identity?

3. Canadian Identity: Fundamentals

4. Canadian Identity: Indigenous Canadians

5. Canadian Identity: Settler Communities

6. Canadian Identity: Inclusiveness

7. Historical Perspectives: Communities Inquiry

8. Traditional Territories

9. Migration Reasons

10. Settler Life in Canada

11. Economic Development

12. Creation of Nunavut, Nunavik, and Nunatsiavut

13. Community Developments

14. Interactions Between Settler Communities

15. Differences Between Communities

16. How Did You Get Here?

Strand B Lesson Outline

1. Introduction: Key Vocabulary

2. Canadian Government and Global Interactions

3. International Accords and Organizations

4. Canada’s Role in International Programs

5. Canada’s Role in International Non-Government Organizations

6. Canada’s Crisis Response: H1N1 and Ebola

7. Canada’s Role in International Peace

8. Canada’s Global Relationships

9. Canada’s Trading Partners

10. Canada’s Economy

11. Environmental Issues: Overfishing

12. Environmental Issues: Canada’s Impact

13. Global Issues Inquiry

NOTES: Internet is required to access videos in this unit. Research is not included for inquiry stations. Students must gather the research themselves from a textbook, non-fiction books or online sources.

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Total Pages
540 pages
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
1 Year
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