Grade 11 Global Studies Courses Travel & Tourism: A Regional Geographic Perspective CGG 3O Understanding Canadian Law CLU 3M Understanding Fashion HNC 3C Working with Infants & Young Children HPW 3C Intro to Anthropology, Psychology & Sociology HSP 3U & HSP 3C World Religions & Belief Traditions: Perspectives, Issues & Challenges HRT 3M Travel & Tourism A Regional Geographic Perspective CGG3O This course focuses on travel and tourism as the vehicle for studying selected world regions. Using a variety of geotechnologies and inquiry and communication methods, students will conduct and present case studies that develop their understanding of the unique characteristics of selected world regions; the environmental, cultural, economic, and political factors that influence travel and tourism; and the impact of the travel industry on communities andenvironments around the world. Description Geographic Foundations: Space and Systems Human-Environment Interactions Global Connections Understanding and Managing Change Methods of Geographic Inquiry and Communication Topics Share a cultural travel experience with the class ◦ Food, music & activity Cultural Links A cultural experience through a trip to a local restaurant or building ◦ Enjoy the food decorations & experience Field Trip Create & plan your own ideal vacation Summative Evaluation UNDERSTANDING CANADIAN LAW CLU3M0 DESCRIPTION: This course explores Canadian law with a focus on legal issues that are relevant to people’s everyday lives. Students will investigate fundamental legal concepts and processes to gain a practical understanding of Canada’s legal system. UNIT: 1 LAW: ITS PURPOSE AND HISTORY What is law and why do we have it? The early history of law the development of Canadian law how laws are made THE RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS OF CANADIANS THE DEVELOPMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS THE CANADIAN CHARTER OF RIGHTS RESOLVING INFRINGEMENTS OF THE CHARTER HUMAN RIGHTS UNIT 2: Criminal Law The Nature of criminal law Types of criminal offences The elements of a crime Criminal court system FIELD TRIP TORONTO SUPERIOR COURT OF JUSTICE DIVISIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE APPEALS COURT OF JUSTICE CRIMINAL, SUMMARY CONVICTION APPEALS, AND JURY TRIALS INTERACTIVE ASSIGNMENTS: LEGAL CASE ANALYSIS MOCK TRIAL DEBATES SENTENCING SENERIOS Feel free to ask any Global Studies teacher to learn more about this course HNC 3C What will we learn about?? Why we wear clothing How we acquire clothing Elements & principles of design Designing clothing (fashion illustration) Fabrics Types of fabrics How to care for them How fabrics are made Fashion careers Fashion marketing Research a fashion designer (for part of summative) We will also learn to sew!! Sewing Samples : Seam Hem Inside & outside curves How to Sew Winter hats Mittens – in the winter Drawstring backpack - spring Hoodies Pillowcases for cancer kids Final Project Decide between pants, skirt or a bag Which have: at least one pocket A zipper or button hole If you choose the bag, you get to design part of it to make it your own unique creation including: Fabric Size of bag Size of pocket Embellishments 3 part Summative #1 create your own sketches for your collection of clothing and come up with a marketing plan 5% #2 Research and present on a fashion designer 10% #3 Design and Create your bag 15% Field Trips We will go on 1 or 2 walking field trips to Fabricland to choose fabric and go on a scavenger hunt Note there is no course fee This course focuses on the well-being of children in families and community setting. Students will study child behaviour and child development. Students will gain practical experience working with children in the playschool. This course familiarizes students with career opportunities related to working with children. Children in society Growth and development of children The socialization of children Social challenges Stages of play Playschool assignment Career research project Baby assignment Topics include: Why we behave the way we do? How do respond with frustration? Is it nature or nurture that shapes us? [genes vs. environment] What is the role of race, ethnicity and gender in how we behave? Students will work in groups to conduct research, create surveys, interpret data, compare research and present their findings to make our school a better learning environment. Students will complete: worksheets, textbook questions, multiple-choice tests, reflective written answers, a research essay using APA formatting, group presentations and a final exam for HSP3U The course is bi-level. The HSP3U will require more theory and research than HSP3C. This course is an introduction to several religions. We will investigate the primary sources by reading excerpts of the sacred documents and critically analyze their impact on modern society. Introduction The course begins by examining the 11 common factors to all major religions. This will provide the basis for examining world religions. This chapter investigates the various beliefs on the creation of the earth, rituals, and the purpose of life Students will work in pairs to present an aspect of native spirituality and its relevance today Students will investigate the writing of Moses and learn of the stories of Abraham, David and Solomon. The Torah will provide insights into the faith and students will learn the 10 commandments. Students will explore the good news of Jesus as written by his disciples. Students will explore his relationship with God, the Holy Spirit, prayer, judgement day and the history of the Christian church Students will explore the history of Islam and the principles of Islam. Students will explore the beliefs, the Koran, the festivals and pilgrimages. Students will complete a major research assignment on a famous person of faith. Students will develop critical thinking skills and research methodologies.