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    GEOGRAPHY

    September 7-9

    1. Distribute text books
    2. Review Course Outline, Expectations, Course Organization
      • Assessment:  Core Competencies vs Curricular Competencies
      • Homework vs Assignments/Formal Assessments
      • Utilizing MOODLE, Teacher BLOG, TEAMS
    3. Set up GEO12 Digital Portfolio/Blog; post link on TEAMS
    4. *Ongoing until END of SEMESTER 1: (own initiative for blog entries)
      • Observations of the World
        • Create a section in your Digital Portfolio for this
        • Keep ongoing brief entries in Course Portfolio on phenomena/events related to Geography (Human and/or Physical)
          • Description of what it is/was
          • Your rationale/meaning/thoughts
          • ex.: Tonga, EVERGREEN BLOCKADE, Atmospheric Rivers, Trucker Convoy Protest, COVID news
    5. JODIMS 2022 Fall Field Studies – Victoria
      • Digital Documentary
        • must include components (definition + example) of 5 themes of GEO
          • minimum 1 per site
          • overall, all 5 themes must be covered
      • Group or Individual
    1. Intro to GEO and the FIVE THEMES of GEOGRAPHY
      • Go over FIVE THEMES of GEOGRAPHY ASSIGNMENT 1 (student choice of working in groups of TWO or individually) and ASSIGNMENT 2 (individual only)
      • Research/View/Discuss materials on FIVE THEMES of GEOGRAPHY (video on MOODLE/TEAMS plus own research for understanding)
      • Start working/gathering details for Assignment 1
    2. HOMEWORK –
      • Due next period:
        • Physical + Human Geography in Canada (view and understand on MOODLE)
          • Be ready to discuss
      • Due by Monday September 12
        • Read UNIT 1 in text book pp.1-14
        • Assessment/Discussion for Understanding from reading will take place Monday

    LEAD 10

    September 7-9

    Introduction to the course & adaptations/modifications

    • assessments, curricular competencies & time lines
    • Moodle
    • Digital Portfolios/blogs
    • 7 Habits Course Book
    • Volunteer Activities vs Extracurricular Activities – what’s the diff?
      • Parkinson’s Superwalk –  Sept.11, 8:30am to 12pm, Ceperly Park (Stanley Park)
        • Course Marshalls and crew
      • Terry Fox Run – Sept.18, 7:15am to 2:30pm
        • Registration Volunteers
        • Route Marshalls
        • Merchandise Handlers
        • Water Stations
    • F.I.T.
    • Class procedures/expectations/protocols
    • Fall Field Studies 2022 Victoria (SS9)
    • IDS Assignment 1
      • Identify/define focus
      • Action Plan
      • IDS PROPOSAL: due week of September 20
        • Focus/Topic
        • Rationale
        • Action Plan
        • Evaluation
      • Phase 1: progress report due week of October 20
      • Final IDS Project Due: December 1
    • Assignment 2  – Terry Fox and Annual Terry Fox Run
      • Step 1 – Research the person, research the event
      • Step 2 – Create poster: brief BIO plus event details
      • Step 3 – Post/Publish
      • Due Friday Sept 9 (First Draft); Sept 12 (Final)

    Leadership Tool Kit

    • Blog Entry: (finished post by Sept.16)
      • What are Essential Tools of Leadership – brainstorm list
      • Concepts:  Servant Leadership vs Directive Leadership
      • (Discussion/Blog Entry)
        • What are they?
        • What are the key elements of each?  Are there Pros & Cons of each?
        • Which do you think is more effective and why?

    JOKERS CORNER

    JOKERS CLASSIC NOV 30-DEC2 

    SOCIAL STUDIES 8M

    Sept.7 & 8

    • Intro to course & JODIMS
      • Setting up MOODLE, TEAMS and Teacher Blog
      • Communications – Emails
      • Course Outline & Modifications
        • Assessment – 4 point scale: Emerging/Developing/Proficient/Exceptional
      • JO DI Mini School Experience and Expectations
        • Digital Skills & Immersion
          • Creating Student Digital Portfolio/Blog
        • Leadership
        • Field Studies – Fall 2022 Victoria
    • Intro to GEO Unit
      1. Five Themes of GEOGRAPHY
      2. Geography Basics – Powerpoint
    • HOMEWORK Due next period:
      1. Create Digital Portfolio/Blog
      2. View NAT GEO video on maps (see MOODLE)
      3. start GEO VOCAB

    SOCIAL STUDIES 10 COMPLETION

    Homework/Readings Due July 28:

    • Complete Population Pyramid Activity Sheet (print out, complete, upload to TEAMS)
    • Complete reading of Chapter 13
    • Review MOODLE Resources UNIT 3 – GEOGRAPHY – DEMOGRAPHY
    • Comprehension Quiz – Chapter 13 COUNTERPOINTS – Demography

    Homework/Readings Due July 29:

    • Read Chapter 14 COUNTERPOINTS – Living Standards
    • Review MOODLE Resources UNIT 3 – GEOGRAPHY – LIVING STANDARDS
    • Comprehension Quiz – Chapter 14 – Living Standards
    • Prepare/discuss/debate POSITION PAPER: Minimum Wage vs Livable Wage vs Universal Basic Income

    Homework/Readings Due August 2:

    • Read Chapter 16&17 COUNTERPOINTS
    • Review MOODLE Resources UNIT 3 – GEOGRAPHY – ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT & ENVIRONMENT
      • ***view video THE HUMAN FOOTPRINT
    • Comprehension Quiz – Chapter 16&17 – ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT & ENVIRONMENT
    • Alternate Energy Resources to Fossil Fuels?

    August 3:  Review

    AUGUST 4 – FINAL EXAM

    SOCIAL STUDIES 10 COMPLETION

    July 21 to 26

    Test – Canada & WWII (July 21 – 8:00AM to 9:30AM)

    Canada – A New International Role

    • The United Nations
    • The Cold War
    • NATO
    • Korean War
    • Suez Crisis
    • Cuban Missile Crisis
    • Vietnam War
    • Somalia
    • Rwanda

    Canada – Domestic Issues

    • Africville
      • Historica Overview
      • Remember Africville – NFB Documentary (Moodle)
    • The October (FLQ) Crisis 1970 & Quebec Separatism
      • NFB Video Notes
    • Meech Lake & Charlottetown Accord

    Homework/Readings:

    • Due July 22:
      • Read Chapter 6 COUNTERPOINTS
      • Explore MOODLE RESOURCES – UNIT 2 HISTORY – POST WWII AN INTERNATIONAL ROLE
    • Due July 25:
      • Create an INFOGRAPHIC or THREE PARAGRAPHS (your choice of format ie. timeline, word cloud, mind map, etc.)
        • “CANADA – A MIDDLE POWER”
          • Show at least 3 events/issues from this unit of study that show Canada’s as a “Middle Power” in international affairs; include a brief description of that role with each example
      • Hard deadline for Superhero Assignment
    • Due July 26:
      • Read Chapter 7, 8, COUNTERPOINTS

    SOCIAL STUDIES 10 COMPLETION

    July 21 to 26

    Test – Canada & WWII (July 21 – 8:00AM to 9:30AM)

    Canada – A New International Role

    • The United Nations
    • The Cold War
    • NATO
    • Korean War
    • Suez Crisis
    • Cuban Missile Crisis
    • Vietnam War
    • Somalia
    • Rwanda

    Canada – Domestic Issues

    • Africville
      • Historica Overview
      • Remember Africville – NFB Documentary (Moodle)
    • The October (FLQ) Crisis 1970 & Quebec Seperatism
      • NFB Video Notes
    • Meech Lake & Charlottetown Accord

    Homework/Readings:

    • Due July 22:
      • Read Chapter 6 COUNTERPOINTS
      • Explore MOODLE RESOURCES – UNIT 2 HISTORY – POST WWII AN INTERNATIONAL ROLE
    • Due July 25:
      • Create an INFOGRAPHIC or THREE PARAGRAPHS (your choice of format ie. timeline, word cloud, mind map, etc.)
        • “CANADA – A MIDDLE POWER”
          • Show at least 3 events/issues from this unit of study that show Canada’s as a “Middle Power” in international affairs; include a brief description of that role with each example
      • Hard deadline for Superhero Assignment
    • Due July 26:
      • Read Chapter 7, 8, COUNTERPOINTS

    SOCIAL STUDIES 10 COMPLETION

    July 18-21

    Canada & WWII

    Lead up to WWII

    • Video notes:  “Why Appeasement?”

    Canada’s Role in WWII

    • Video Notes:  “Savage Christmas – Canadian POWs in Hong Kong”
    • Video Notes:  “Canada’s Role in WWII”

    Homework/Readings:

    1. Read Chapter 5 COUNTERPOINTS – Canada & WWII (take notes) – DUE July 19

    2. Read/Review Moodle Resources on WWII – Due July 19-20

    3. Work on WWII Vocab (see Moodle for list) – Due July 20

    4. Superhero Assignment (Hard Deadline July 25)

    5. Exam – Canada & WWII – July 21

    SOCIAL STUDIES 10 COMPLETION

    July 14

    Test – Canada & WWI

    Canada Interwar Years

    • Vocabulary
    • Slang Terms
    • Video notes: “Canada in Between Two Wars”
      • Changes to Canada …
        • Politically
          • Domestic
          • International Role
        • Economically
        • Socially
      • Catalysts/Causes of change
      • Effects of change
    • Optional:  Review additional videos on TEAMS
      • “Canada in the 1920s”
      • “Boom and Bust”

    HOMEWORK

    • Read Chapter 3 & 4 COUNTERPOINTS
    • Review MOODLE resources on the INTERWAR YEARS
    • Complete TIMELINE focused Infographic Poster (see TEAMS for description) – Due July 18

    SOCIAL STUDIES 10 COMPLETION

    JULY 12 & 13

    1. Follow Up:  First Peoples Self Governance Questions

    2. Canada & WWI

    • International Background
      • Video notes: “Causes of WWI”
    • Canada’s Role
      • Video notes: “Canada’s Role in WWI”

    Homework/Readings Due next period:

    1. Read Chapter 2 COUNTERPOINTS
    2. Review MOODLE Resources (“History to WWI”)
    3. Complete Vocab WWI

    *Test Thursday July 14

    SOCIAL STUDIES 10 COMPLETION

    JULY 11

    1. Follow up on:

    Canada’s Constitution & Charter of Rights & Freedoms

    • Using the links from Moodle “Canada’s Constitution” and “Guide to Canada’s Charter of Rights & Freedoms“,  answer the following:
      • What is the purpose of Canada’s Constitution?
      • What are the key parts of Canada’s Constitution?
      • In 1982, an important addition was made to Canada’s Constitution that details how changes can be made; what was the name of this important addition and what was the process it laid out in which changes could be made to the constitution?
      • In 1982, another important addition was the Charter of Rights & Freedoms: an important part of the Charter is the Notwithstanding Clause – what does this allow Provincial governments to do?
      • Summarize the following parts of the Charter in one or two sentences:
        • Guarantee of rights and freedoms – section 1
        • Fundamental freedoms – section 2
        • Democratic rights – sections 3 to 5
        • Mobility rights – section 6
        • Legal rights – sections 7 to 14
        • Equality rights – section 15
        • Official languages of Canada – sections 16 to 22
        • Minority language educational rights – section 23

    2. First Peoples Self Governance

    Intro – videos from MOODLE:

    • Chanie Wenjack
    • Residential Schools

    Using the resource links from MOODLE, answer the following questions; upload your work to TEAMS

    • What are some examples of areas that Canada’s First Peoples may exercise self governance over?
    • In regards to control over activities of First Peoples communities, what does the Court require that the community/group must prove in order to be granted self governance over that activity?
    • What is the importance of Section 35 of the Constitution Act, 1982?
    • What is the importance of UNDRIP?
    • What are some issues/criticisms with how Canada is addressing First Peoples Governance?  Describe two.

    Homework due Tuesday July 12:

    • Complete First Peoples Self Governance Questions & Upload to Teams
    • Complete Reading of Chapters 9,10,11,12
    • Read Chapter 1 & view MOODLE Powerpoint “Canada into the 20th Century”