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Rick Hansen Foundation School Program resources

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Marika van Dommelen - 5 days ago
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The Rick Hansen School Program resources are a co…
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Marika van Dommelen - 5 days ago
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The Rick Hansen School Program resources are a complete set of resources designed by educators, for educators to support them in teaching students about disability, accessibility and inclusion, thus empowering youth to become difference makers in their schools and communities. The Rick Hansen School Program is: - a comprehensive bilingual collection of lesson plans, videos, and books; - available for FREE to all educators across Canada; - flexible and aligns with lessons and curriculum that are already being taught in the classroom Participating teachers and administrators agree that the program makes classrooms and schools more inclusive, decreases bullying, empowers students to create positive change, and raises student awareness of the potential of people with disabilities.
Subject
Cross-Curricular
English Language Learning (ELL)
Leadership
Social Justice
Special Education
English Language Arts
Health and PE
Social Studies
Special needs
Keywords
Accessibility
inclusion
equity
URLs
https://www.rickhansen.com/schools-communities/school-program
Learning Standards
Lessons and activities align with curriculum, can be used cross curricularly and support BC Educational Priorities
Duration
30 - 90 minutes per lesson
Language
English
Date Created
Mar 18, 2019
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Mapping Historical Landmarks in Rome, Italy

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Lesson Plan
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7
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shannon.mccartney - 9 days ago
Description
This lesson is the introduction to a unit on Anci…
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Lesson Plan
Grade Level
7
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shannon.mccartney - 9 days ago
Description
This lesson is the introduction to a unit on Ancient Civilizations and introducing Ancient Rome. This lesson fits in with the Historical Thinking Project’s Big 6, specifically the concepts Establish Historical Significance as well as Historical Perspectives. Historical significance depends on any given student’s perspective on history. To have a historical perspective as a modern student can be challenging with this generation immersed in technology. Some historical landmarks included, but not limited to are the Colosseum, the Pantheon, the Baths of Caracalla, Saint Peters Basilica, the Temple of Saturn the Roman Forum, the Vatican, Circus Maximus, Piazza Navona, Castel Sant’Angelo and St John in the Lateran. As Grade 7 curricular content, this exercise is focused on Ancient civilizations up until 7th Century, so it would be ideal to choose landmarks within this time period, but up to the discretion of the teacher.
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English Language Arts
Social Studies
Geography
History
Keywords
Mapping
ESRI ArcMap Online
Ancient Civilizations
Historical Thinking
Integrating Technology
Social Studies
Research
Learning Standards
Big Ideas: (Social Studies 7) Geographic Conditions shaped the emergence of civilizations. (Social Studies 7) Religious and cultural practices that emerged during this period have endured and continue to influence people. (English Language Arts 7) Exploring and sharing multiple perspectives extends our thinking. Essential or Guiding Questions: I can understand how important historical landmarks have shaped the city of Rome, Italy in the past and in the present.
Duration
60 - 75 minutes
Language
English
Date Created
Mar 14, 2019
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Propaganda and Persuasive Cartography

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Rhiannon Jones - 26 days ago
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A lesson plan on propaganda maps geared towards 2…
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Rhiannon Jones - 26 days ago
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A lesson plan on propaganda maps geared towards 20th Century World History 12 (adaptable to Political Studies 12 or Social Studies 11). In the modern era, students are constantly surrounded by digital and non-digital forms of persuasion. This is not new: propaganda and persuasion have long been used to influence the perspectives of citizens. Maps are spatially malleable and subject to intentional distortion, for military, geopolitical, economic and/or other aims. These persuasion techniques emerge in modern media. Students are first exposed to a variety of persuasive maps, where they learn to identify and critically analyze the aims and audiences of these maps. Then students are divided into groups that act as public relations companies who have been contracted to make a map that persuades U.K. audiences to vote to either leave or remain in the E.U. This activity increases understanding of how persuasive tools are used and how citizens must be critical consumers of information.
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Social Studies
Geography
History
Keywords
maps
brexit
nationalism
geopolitics
critical thinking
public relations
communication
digital citizenship
Learning Standards
-Migrations, movements, and territorial boundaries (20th Century History 12) -Civil wars, independence movements, and revolutions (20th Century History 12) -Current issues in local, regional, national, or global politics as represented in mass media (Social Studies 11 adapted from Political Studies 12) -Fundamental nature of knowledge, existence, and reality (Social Studies 11 adapted from Philosophy 12)
Duration
70-100 mins
Language
English
Date Created
Feb 25, 2019
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Three Ss Lesson Plan: Social Responsibility, Social Service and Social Justice

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CASJ - 3 months ago
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These two lessons help students to reflect on the…
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CASJ - 3 months ago
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These two lessons help students to reflect on their understanding of social responsibility, social service and social justice and to delve deeper through a jigsaw activity into the differences between these three approaches. Through these lessons, students develop the necessary understanding to critically analyze actions they may take to assess whether they will have an immediate or systemic impact on the underlying issue.
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Cross-Curricular
Leadership
Social Justice
Keywords
charity
critical thinking
systemic change
Duration
One 60 - 90 minute lesson and one 20 minute review lesson
Language
English
Date Created
Dec 14, 2018
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Promoting integration of migrants and refugees in and through education

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Committee for Action on Social Justice - 3 months ago
Description
The past years have seen large numbers of refugee…
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Committee for Action on Social Justice - 3 months ago
Description
The past years have seen large numbers of refugees moving to Europe. This, and the rise of populist movements in Europe and North America, has led unions to develop activities engaging schools, local communities, authorities, etc. to promote the rights of migrants and build inclusive schools and communities. With the support of Education International (EI), exchange visits, information sharing and peer-learning activities allowed education unions to inspire each other and explore synergies across borders. This toolkit aims to build on these experiences and facilitate education unions to develop their work in this area. It also assists unions by exploring the issues around integrating migrants and refugees in education and sharing what others have been doing in this domain.
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Cross-Curricular
Social Justice
Research
Pedagogy
Keywords
education international
URLs
https://www.ei-ie.org/
Language
English
Date Created
Nov 27, 2018

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