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Atlantic Provinces Education Foundation Curriculum Key Stage Outcomes

Outcomes (Grade 9)

Outcomes (Grade 12)

Individuals, Societies, and Economic Decisions

Individuals, Societies, and Economic Decisions

explain how societies have developed economic systems that guide production, distribution, and consumption

evaluate the differences among traditional, command, and market economic systems and explain the development of "mixed" economies


Outcomes (Grade 9)

Outcomes (Grade 12)

People, Place, and Environment

People, Place, and Environment

ask complex geographic questions; acquire, organize, and analyse geographic information; and answer geographic questions

evaluate complex issues by asking and answering geographic questions and by acquiring, organizing, and analysing geographic information

use geographic tools, technologies, and representations to interpret, pose and answer questions about natural and human systems

select and use appropriate geographic representations, tools, and technologies to evaluate problems and issues

use location, distance, scale, direction, density, shape, and size to describe and explain the location and distribution patters of physical and human phenomena

use special concepts and models to interpret and make decisions about the organization, distribution, and interaction of physical and human phenomena

analyse ways in which social, political, economic, and cultural systems develop in response to the physical environment

analyse the causes and consequences of human modification of the environment on systems within the environment


Outcomes (Grade 9)

Outcomes (Grade 12)

Time, Continuity and Change

Time, Continuity and Change

identify, evaluate, and use primary and secondary sources to investigate historical questions

identify and use primary and secondary sources to evaluate questions

demonstrate and understanding that the interpretation of history reflects perspectives, frames of reference, and biases

demonstrate an understanding that historians are selective in the questions they seek to answer and the evidence they use and that this influences their interpretation of history

apply historical methodology to interpret and understand time, continuity, and change at an age-appropriate level

apply historical methodology to interpret and understand time, continuity, and change at an age-appropriate level

analyse and evaluate historical and contemporary developments in order to make informed, creative decisions about issues

analyse and compare events of the past to the present in order to make informed, creative decisions about issues

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