This course is set up for teacher use only. If you would like to enroll students please contact jennifer.southcombe@blackgold.ca

*Course shared by Argyll School (EPSB)

This course is set up for teacher use only. If you would like to enroll students please contact jennifer.southcombe@blackgold.ca

*Course shared by Peace Wapiti School Division

Description: 

Students will analyze the relationship between Canada’s political and legislative processes and their impact on issues pertaining to governance, rights, citizenship and identity.

This course is set up for teacher use only. If you would like to enroll students please contact jennifer.southcombe@blackgold.ca

*Course developed and shared by Nicolle Gillies (Peace Wapiti School Division)

This course is set up for teacher use only. If you would like to enroll students please contact jennifer.southcombe@blackgold.ca

*Course developed by Alberta Education

Description: (5 credits)

students explore the changing meaning of identity and citizenship in a globalizing world, while also understanding the impacts of globalization, both positive and negative, on people worldwide.

Prerequisite:

  • None

*Course developed by Michelle Haveroen from Alberta Education materials.

Description: (5 credits) Living in a Globalizing World

Students will explore historical aspects of globalization as well as the effects of globalization on lands, cultures, human rights and quality of life. Students will explore the relationships among globalization, citizenship and identity.

Prerequisite:

  • None

*Course developed by Michelle Haveroen from Alberta Education materials.

Description:

Living in a Globalized World is the first course in the Knowledge and
Employability stream for students who are working toward a High School Certificate of Achievement. This course examines globalization, the process by which the world is becoming increasingly connected and interdependent. Students will explore historical aspects of globalization, as well as the effects of globalization on lands, cultures, human rights and quality of life.

Prerequisite:

  • None

These resources are not meant as a stand alone course.  Teacher direction and additional content resources may need to be provided to support the students learning.  

All of the resources here are found on the Knowledge and Employability Studio Website http://www.learnalberta.ca/content/kes/ 

Description: (5 credits)

Students will explore the complexities of nationalism in Canadian and international contexts. They will study the origins of nationalism and the influence of nationalism on regional, international and global relations. 

Prerequisite:

  • Social Studies 10-1

*Course Developed by Alberta Education

Description: (5 credits) 

Students will understand historical and contemporary understandings of nationalism in Canada and the world. They will explore the origins of nationalism as well as the impacts of nationalism on individuals and communities in Canada in other locations.

Prerequisite: 

  • Social Studies 10-2 or 40% (or greater) in Social 10-2

*Course Developed by Alberta Education

Description: 

Nationalism in Canada and Throughout the World is the second course in
the Knowledge and Employability stream. Students will examine various forms of nationalism and apply their perceptions to their own identity and sense of citizenship. 

Prerequisite:

  • None

These resources are not meant as a stand alone course.  Teacher direction and additional content resources may need to be provided to support the students learning.  

All of the resources here are found on the Knowledge and Employability Studio Website http://www.learnalberta.ca/content/kes/ 

Description: (5 credits) 

Students will study the underlying structures, values and assumptions that make up major political and economic systems of the contemporary world. There are major emphases placed on the theories and practical applications ofthe different models. This is a diploma course where students will write a  government exam for 50% of their mark.

Prerequisite:

  • Social Studies 20-1

*Course Developed by Alberta Education

Description: (5 credits) 

Students will acquire an understanding of major political and economic systems, global interaction of nations, how nations are self-interested and how international organizations have been evolving to promote cooperation, peace and humanitarianism. This is a diploma course where students will write a government exam for 50% of their mark.

Prerequisite:

  • Social Studies 20-2 or 40% (or greater) in Social 20-1

*Course Developed by Alberta Education

*Alternate printable course in hidden section developed by Shirley Jorgenson from Black Gold School Division.