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Ontario Grade 6/7 Social Studies and Geography

Canadian Diary
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    Here it is! A grade 6 Social Studies and Grade 7 Geography bundle! Grade 6 Strand A is formatted differently from Strand B and Grade 7 Strand A and B to assist students in their transition from grade 5 to 6 (reading level and content material).

    Please take the time to review the content below to ensure it is just right for you! Click on the green links to check out the preview to each resource!

    ** Playlist of videos (Grade 7 Online) now available on my YouTube Channel! Don't forget to subscribe! Grade 6 to come!

    This bundle includes the following:

    Grade 6: Communities in Canada, Past, and Present (Strand A)


    It includes: Chinese Canadians

    1) Timeline: Moments in Chinese History

    2) Timeline: History of Immigration Assignment (with rubric)

    3) Who Were the Chinese Canadians?

    4) Hold On Wait A Minute - Journal Entries (5)

    5) Building the Canadian Pacific Railway

    6) Chinese Way of Life

    7) Chinese Culture (Language, food, festivals)

    8) Chinese Festivals Assignment (with rubric)

    9) Pacific Mall (Toronto)

    10) Pacific Mall Advertisement (Rubric)

    11) Vancouver and Asians (news article excerpt for discussion)

    12) Chinese Canadian Profile Assignment (with Rubric)

    It includes: Irish Canadians

    1. Ireland’s Location in the World (fill in the blanks)

    2. The Arrival Of the Irish

    3. Why Newfoundland?

    4. Avalon Peninsula

    5. The Potato Famine

    6. Religion

    7. Occupations of the Irish

    8. Notable Irish Canadians

    9. Irish Memorials in Canada

    10. St. Patrick’s Day

    11. The Story of the Leprechaun

    12. St. Patrick’s Day Poetry Slam

    13. In the News – Canada and Equity

    14. Hold Up, Wait A Minute Journals (4)

    It includes: Japanese Canadians

    1) Flag of Japan

    2) The Beginning

    3) The Arrival of The Japanese

    4) Attack on Pearl Harbour

    5) Japanese Internment Camps

    6) The Canadian Government Then

    7) The Canadian Apology

    8) Canadian Apology : Editorial Assignment (Graphic Organizer and Rubric)

    9) Japanese Culture in Canada

    10) Research Assignment: Japanese Art

    11) Research Assignment: David Suzuki

    12) Hold On, Wait A Minute Journal Entries (8)

    Grade 6: People and Environments: Canada’s Interaction with the Global Community (Strand B) (Google Drive)

    It includes: Non-Governmental Agencies

    NGOs pride themselves on the work they do all around the world. This unit has been divided to recognize the environmental, medical, and human right challenges that non- governmental organizations promise to aid. Asides from handouts, this unit also the following assessments with rubrics.

    • 12 Hold on, Wait a Minute Journal Entries
    • Mapping Activity
    • Google Earth Tour Activity
    • 5 inquiry based projects produced through infographics, public service announcements, news article writing, speech writing, and photo essays.
    • 2 Extension Activities - Instagram – What is Where, Why There, Why Care? And Global Current Events

    It includes: Canada and International Corporations


    Canada is tied to the rest of the world through several agreements. This unit explores:

    1. Atlas inquiry - Latitude and Longitude
    2. Importing and exporting exercises
    3. Canada's Trade Partners
    4. Trading Agreements including - NAFTA, APEC, WTO, and NATO
    5. Councils including the EU, Group of 7, UN, UNICEF
    6. Highlight on Malala
    7. Exploitation in sweatshops
    8. Tourism in Canada - Toronto Pan Am and Panda's at the zoo
    9. Northwest Passage

      Assessments with rubrics include -

    • 16 Hold on, Wait a Minute Journal Entries
    • 2 inquiry based projects produced through speech writing and public service announcement.
    • Assignment: newspaper article, infographic, Instagram – What is Where, Why There, Why Care? And Global Current Events

    Grade 7: Physical Patterns in a Changing World (Strand A) (Google Drive)

    ** Playlist of videos also available on my YouTube Channel! Don't forget to subscribe!

    This comprehensive 95 page unit encompasses the following:

    1) Landform Regions

    2) Climate Change

    3) Natural Vegetation

    4) Water Systems

    Specifically:

    1. The five themes of geography
    2. The difference between Human and Physical Geography
    3. Introduction to landforms
    4. Landform Types
    5. What is weathering? (Mechanical weathering, chemical weathering, erosion)
    6. Layers of the Earth
    7. Landform Creation and Changes (Water, Ice and Wind)
    8. Plate Tectonics and Alfred Wegener
    9. Earthquakes and Volcanoes
    10. Ring of Fire
    11. Climate Regions
    12. Climate Factors
    13. Climate Graphs
    14. Three Natural Vegetation Regions
    15. Types of Forests
    16. Types of Grasslands
    17. Types of Deserts
    18. Humans and Vegetation
    19. Water Systems
    20. Characteristics of Rivers
    21. River Drainage Patterns
    22. Characteristics of Oceans

    Students have the opportunity to complete several formative and summative tasks. Inquiry based projects include:

    1. Human Actions, Climate Change, and Global Warming Infographic
    2. Invasive Species Newspaper Assignment
    3. Human Impact on Rivers and Oceans Speech
    4. Protecting Our Water Public Service Announcement

    Grade 7: Natural Resources Around the World (Strand B) (Google Drive)

    ** Playlist of videos also available on my YouTube Channel! Don't forget to subscribe!

    This comprehensive 122 page unit encompasses the following topics:

    1) Natural Resources

    2) Renewable Resources

    3) Fossil Fuels

    4) Flow Energy

    5) Going Green

    6) Indigenous People and Natural Resources

    Specifically:

    1. The five themes of geography
    2. The difference between Human and Physical Geography
    3. Introduction to natural resources
    4. Types of natural resources
    5. Natural Resource Map
    6. Natural Resources and Tourism
    7. Renewable Resource: Fish Introduction
    8. Types of Fishing: Offshore
    9. Types of Fishing: Inshore
    10. Exploring Trawlers
    11. Renewable Resource: Forestry Introduction
    12. Methods of Harvesting Trees
    13. Impacts of Deforestation
    14. Flow Resource: Water
    15. Water footprint
    16. Fossil Fuels
    17. Extracting Oil
    18. Discovering Oil Sands
    19. OPEC and Oil in the Middle East
    20. Extracting Minerals
    21. Hydroelectric Power
    22. Tidal Energy
    23. Wind Energy
    24. Solar Power
    25. Geothermal Energy
    26. Biomass Energy
    27. Environmental Challenges
    28. Indigenous People and Natural Resources


    Students have the opportunity to complete several formative and summative tasks. Inquiry based projects include:

    1. Mapping Activities (4) - Thematic and Annotated
    2. Case Studies (3) - Jigsaw or Distance Learning Alternative
    3. National Parks - Brochure task
    4. Deforestation - Newspaper Article task
    5. Fishing and Forests - Public Service Announcement
    6. Water Footprint
    7. Impact of Extracting Oil and Gas - Infographic
    8. Impact of Extracting Minerals - Infographic
    9. Flow Energy - Brochure
    10. Going Green Organizations - FlipGrid
    11. Indigenous People and Natural Resources - #InstaIssue

    And much more!

    Total Pages
    462 pages
    Answer Key
    Rubric only
    Teaching Duration
    1 Year
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