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0 recommendations   3305 downloads

Catboy - A novel study

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BCSPCA - 6 years ago
Description
Catboy novel study: Using the novels Catboy and H…
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Grade Level
4
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Submitted By
BCSPCA - 6 years ago
Description
Catboy novel study: Using the novels Catboy and Hunter by Canadian author Eric Walters, students will make connections to real situations in their community and think critically about ideas and information to deepen and transform their understanding.
Subject
English Language Arts
Keywords
literature circles
Canadian author
animals
empathy
diversity
Learning Standards
English Language Arts - grades 4,5,6,7
Language
English
Date Created
Jan 16, 2015
4 recommendations   912 downloads

Cats, Dogs, and Us - K-2

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Corrie - 5 years ago
Description
Cultures around the world may vary, but one thing…
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Submitted By
Corrie - 5 years ago
Description
Cultures around the world may vary, but one thing is common: wherever we find people, we also find cats and dogs. These education resources, lessons and worksheets aim to educate students about the characteristics of cats and dogs and their needs as domesticated animals. The lessons, student reading, video and activities provide more than just facts about cats and dogs. They help students understand the unique relationships these animals have shared with people for thousands of years. The lesson plans and activities also encourage your students to examine and discuss the important responsibilities people have in caring for cats and dogs and the many different ways that people live with these animals around the world, from country to country and culture to culture.
Subject
English Language Arts
Science
Social Studies
Keywords
animals
animal welfare
empathy
responsibility
compassion
Learning Standards
Meets a variety of curriculum objectives in Language Arts, Science, Math and more.
Language
English
Date Created
Nov 13, 2015
1 recommendation   826 downloads

Companions for Life

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Grade Level
K
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Submitted By
BCSPCA - 6 years ago
Description
Companions for Life, includes lessons that use p…
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Lesson plan/Unit plan
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K
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Submitted By
BCSPCA - 6 years ago
Description
Companions for Life, includes lessons that use pet care to develop responsibility and empathy skills.. Once pet care is used as a base to introduce responsibility to young people, the concept can then be extended to their responsibilities as citizens within the community.
Subject
Cross-Curricular
English Language Arts
Science
Social Studies
Keywords
animals
Learning Standards
English Language Arts - grades 3,4,5 Health and Career Education - grade 4 Visual Arts - grades 4, 5 Social Studies - grade 3 Science - grade 4
Language
English
Date Created
Jan 16, 2015
0 recommendations   1032 downloads

Keep Wild Animals Wild - 3-5

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Corrie - 4 years ago
Description
Keep Wild Animals Wild lesson plans, videos and w…
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Corrie - 4 years ago
Description
Keep Wild Animals Wild lesson plans, videos and worksheets provide everything educators need to introduce students to what makes wild animals wild, why wildlife trade is a big threat not just to animals and ecosystems, but to people too, and how to help keep wild animals wild.
Subject
Arts Education
Cross-Curricular
English Language Arts
Science
Social Studies
Economics
Keywords
animals
animal welfare
elephants
wildlife
wildlife trade
empathy
compassion
Learning Standards
The lesson plans are tailored to three instructional levels and meet curriculum objectives in geography, economics and life science. Students 8-10 (Grade 3-5) and 11-14 (Grade 6-8) will learn about wildlife trade, why it is relevant to them and why we need to protect wild animals from wildlife trade.
Duration
20-60 minutes
Language
English
Date Created
Sep 21, 2016
0 recommendations   567 downloads

Keep Wild Animals Wild - K-2

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K
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Submitted By
Corrie - 4 years ago
Description
Keep Wild Animals Wild lesson plans, videos and w…
Resource Type
Activity
Classroom printable
Lesson plan/Unit plan
Worksheet
Grade Level
K
1
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3
Submitted By
Corrie - 4 years ago
Description
Keep Wild Animals Wild lesson plans, videos and worksheets provide everything educators need to introduce students to what makes wild animals wild, why wildlife trade is a big threat not just to animals and ecosystems, but to people too, and how to help keep wild animals wild.
Subject
Arts Education
Cross-Curricular
English Language Arts
Science
Social Studies
Keywords
animals
animal welfare
wildlife
urban wildlife
empathy
compassion
responsibility
Learning Standards
The lesson plans are tailored to three instructional levels and meet curriculum objectives in geography, economics and life science: Students aged 5-7 (Grade K-2) will learn the differences between wild and domestic animals and how they can watch and appreciate wildlife responsibly,
Duration
20-60 minutes
Language
English
Date Created
Sep 21, 2016
0 recommendations   371 downloads

Program Overview: Living in a Good Way with Dogs: Our Stories

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Corrie - 2 years ago
Description
Living in a Good Way with Dogs: Our Stories, is a…
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Corrie - 2 years ago
Description
Living in a Good Way with Dogs: Our Stories, is an educational resource created by First Nations specifically for First Nations' learners. Stories about dogs shared by First Nations Elders and community role models form the foundation of the materials, bringing to life their experiences and wisdom. This Overview outlines the resources. There are six units in the program, each with a special focus that is relevant for students from kindergarten to grade eight. Entire units or single activities can be used to accommodate your audience. Through Elder teachings, tales from role models, histories of First Nations’ relationships with dogs, and fun activities, students learn to build healthy and safe relationships with their four leggeds. Each unit comes with an instructor guide, student activity book and audio recordings from Elders and role models. A set of posters provides students with a visual reference for important concepts in each unit.
Subject
Cross-Curricular
Aboriginal Education
English Language Arts
First Nations
Keywords
indigenous
aboriginal
animals
URLs
https://secure.ifaw.org/canada/secure/teaching-resources-indigenous-education
Learning Standards
Features & Benefits for K-7 Teachers in First Nations schools: •Flexible, expandable and easy to use – can use one lesson, one unit or multiple units •All six units are included and available for free download •Meets required curriculum goals •Supports positive social and emotional development •Relevant to the real lives of students •Helps keep students safe and healthy around dogs
Language
English
Date Created
Nov 14, 2018
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Renting it Right - Preparing Students to Rent After Graduation

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Worksheet
Grade Level
10
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Adult
Submitted By
TRAC Tenant Resource and Advisory Centre - 5 years ago
Description
A free online course created by TRAC Tenant Resou…
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Activity
Worksheet
Grade Level
10
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Adult
Submitted By
TRAC Tenant Resource and Advisory Centre - 5 years ago
Description
A free online course created by TRAC Tenant Resource and Advisory Centre and the Justice Education Society. Designed for first-time renters, the course covers both practical and legal topics to consider before deciding to rent. Students can complete activities such as creating a budget, thinking about their housing needs, preparing a list of references, writing a cover letter and pet resume, and ordering a credit report. The course is video-based, and sections can be viewed in any order. Students who complete the course and pass the final exam earn a certificate that can be presented to landlords when they apply for tenancy. By completing the course, students will be better equipped to find rental housing and succeed in their tenancies. Core skills, such as financial literacy, smart decision making, effective communication, and problem solving are a key focus of the material.
Subject
Applied Skills
Home Economics
Social Studies
Economics
Law
Keywords
Financial Literacy
Life Skills
Residential Tenancy Law
Communication
Budgeting
Housing
Contracts
URLs
http://www.rentingitright.ca/
Learning Standards
Online videos, activities, worksheets, and a final exam.
Duration
30 minutes- 5 hours
Language
English
Date Created
Feb 23, 2016

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