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Claire et son grand-père (bilingue)

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Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada / Affaires autochtones et du Nord Canada - 2 years ago
Description
Ressource bilingue pour les enseignants. Pour les…
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Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada / Affaires autochtones et du Nord Canada - 2 years ago
Description
Ressource bilingue pour les enseignants. Pour les jeunes de 7 à 12 ans, mais adaptable.
Subject
Cross-Curricular
Aboriginal Education
Français arts langagiers
Social Studies
Keywords
AANC
Affaires autochtones et du Nord
Bilingue
Claire et son grand-père
Gouvernement du Canada
Learning Standards
Les élèves pourraient être appelés à : - décrire la façon dont les Autochtones ont participé à l'évolution du Canada (par exemple, aux chapitres de l'alimentation, du transport, de l'exploration, des arts et de la technologie); - reconnaître les contributions que les Autochtones ont apportées aux établissements de colonisation; - décrire diverses plantes utilisées dans la préparation de mets (par exemple, les légumes, les fruits, les épices et les fines herbes); - connaître des noms de lieux autochtones. En plus de lire le récit, les enfants peuvent s'amuser à colorier les illustrations qui égaient la publication. En outre, Claire et son grand-père sert de point de départ à d'autres activités connexes que les enseignants peuvent intégrer au programme pédagogique actuel. Il y a certes plusieurs façons de présenter ce sujet aux élèves afin de le rendre intéressant. Voici quelques activités que l'on suggère.
Language
French
Date Created
Dec 30, 2016
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Master of Disaster

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Unit Plan
Activity
Classroom printables
Lesson Plan
Grade Level
6
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BrittanyS - 2 years ago
Description
PreparedBC’s Master of Disaster learning resource…
Resource Type
Unit Plan
Activity
Classroom printables
Lesson Plan
Grade Level
6
Submitted By
BrittanyS - 2 years ago
Description
PreparedBC’s Master of Disaster learning resources teach students the importance of knowing the risks, having a kit and having a plan as well as personal, household and neighbourhood preparedness. It is taught through three core modules, each with suggested learning outcomes, suggested activities and supporting interactive resources. Modules can be used in sequence or individually. Once all three modules are complete, students are officially a "Master of Disaster" and can receive their very own certificate of completion! All modules are customizable to suit the needs of each individual classroom. **If your classroom uses these resources, please provide feedback as outlined on the Master of Disaster website. Your students will be entered to win a draw for Master of Disaster prizes, including a starter emergency kit!**
Subject
Cross-Curricular
Leadership
Health and PE
Science
Earth Science
Geography
Keywords
Disasters
Emergencies
Emergency
Planning
Hazards
URLs
http://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/safety/emergency-preparedness-response-recovery/preparedbc/master-of-disaster
Learning Standards
Master of Disaster are PreparedBC's learning resources to support educators in teaching students about how to prepare for disasters in their region. Resources align with all competencies as outlined in BC's new curriculum including: Communication, Thinking, Personal Awareness and Responsibility, Social Responsibility and Creative Thinking.
Duration
30-50 minutes per lesson/practice
Language
English
Date Created
May 2, 2016
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Renting it Right - Preparing Students to Rent After Graduation

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Other
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Adult
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TRAC Tenant Resource and Advisory Centre - 2 years ago
Description
A free online course created by TRAC Tenant Resou…
Resource Type
Activity
Worksheet
Other
Grade Level
10
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Adult
Submitted By
TRAC Tenant Resource and Advisory Centre - 2 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