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Manitoba Curriculum Objectives

Senior 1 Social Studies
Senior 2 Geographic Issues

Goals (Senior 1)
Canada Today - Canadian Studies


This site will help students reach the following understandings as part of the Senior 1 curriculum:

  • Canada is a large, diverse country with different regions, each having its own unique characteristics.

  • The evolution of Canada as a nation has been and continues to be influenced by a variety of internal factors, including size and cultural diversity, as well as external factors

Goals (Senior 2)
Geographic Issues in the 21st Century - Natural Resources
Knowledge


Students will...
S2-KC-002
Describe sustainability issues related to natural resource extraction and consumption.
S2-KI-004
Identify Aboriginal perspectives and rights regarding natural resources and their use.
Examples: land claims, fishing and hunting rights, mineral rights...
S2-KL-019
Identify major natural resources on a map of the world, a map of North America, and a map of Canada.
Include: water, forestry, fossil fuels, metallic and non-metallic minerals.
S2-KH-033
Identify factors that influence the changing use of natural resources over time.
Examples: technology, culture...
S2-KG-035
Identify implications of more-developed countries extracting resources from less-developed countries.
Examples: social, political, economic...
S2-KP-041
Identify ways in which competing interests and needs influence control and use of the land and natural resources in Canada.
Examples: mining, forestry, water...

Values

Students will...
S2-VI-003
Be willing to consider diverse views regarding the use of natural resources.
S2-VP-009
Be willing to consider the implications of personal choices regarding natural resources.

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