Social Studies Year Plan

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Kurt Phillips
2008 – 2009
Social Studies 10
UNIT ONE: To what extent should globalization shape identity?
KEY OUTCOME: Students will explore the impacts of globalization on their lives.
Time Frame
Key Concepts
1 Week
(Prologue &
Chapter 1)
Context
Role Model
Collective
1 Week
(Chapter 2)
Transnational Corporation
Media Concentration
Economies of Scale
Media Convergence
Stereotyping
Overgeneralization
Homogenization
Acculturation
Accommodation
Assimilation
Cultural Revitalization
Digital Divide
Propaganda
Pop Culture
Universalization
Hybridization
Cultural Content Laws
Cultural Diversity
1 Week
(Chapter 3)
1 Week
(Chapter 4)
Total: 4 – 5
Weeks
Specific Outcomes
Values and Attitudes
1.1 Acknowledge and appreciate the existence of alternative viewpoints
in a globalized world.
1.2 Appreciate why peoples in Canada and other locations strive to
promote their cultures, languages and identities in a globalized
world.
1.3 Appreciate how the forces of globalization shape, and are shaped by,
identities and cultures
Knowledge and Understanding
1.4 Explore ways in which individuals and collectives express identities.
1.5 Explore understandings and dimensions of globalization.
1.6 Examine the impact of media and communications technology on
diversity.
1.7 Analyze opportunities presented by globalization to identities and
culture.
1.8 Examine challenges presented by globalization to identities and
cultures.
1.9 Evaluate efforts to promote languages and cultures in a globalized
world.
Strategies / Assessment
Resources
Journal Assigned
Assignments:

Assigned questions

Art

Work Packages
Exploring Globalization
“Fast Forward”
Notes
Quiz (Chapter 1 – 2)
Essay 1 (2 pages) assigned
Film study
Assignments:

Assigned questions

Art

Work Packages
Exploring Globalization
Video: “Wal-Mart: The High Cost
of Low Prices”
Notes
Film Study
Assignments:

Assigned questions

Art

Work Packages
Journal Due (Check)
Quiz (Chapter 3 – 4)
Assignments:

Assigned questions

Art

Work Packages
Test
Exploring Globalization
Notes
Video: “Asia Rising” (Maybe)
Exploring Globalization
Notes
UNIT TWO: To what extent should contemporary society respond to the legacies of historic globalization?
KEY OUTCOME: Students will assess impacts of historical globalization on indigenous peoples.
Time Frame
1 Week
(Chapter 5)
1 Week
(Chapter 6)
1 Week
(Chapter 7)
1 Week
(Chapter 8)
Total: 4 – 5
Weeks
Key Concepts
Imperialism
Historical Globalization
Mercantilism
Capitalism
Grand Exchange
Industrial Revolution
Legacy
Ethnocentrism
Eurocentrism
Depopulation
Deindustrialization
Gross Domestic Product
Indian Act
Status Indian
Residential Schools
Cultural Mosaic
Multiculturalism
Cultural Pluralism
Quiet Revolution
Genocide
Gacaca Courts
Apartheid
Enemy Aliens
NGOs
Gross National Income
Specific Outcomes
Values and Attitudes
2.1 Recognize and appreciate historical and contemporary consequences of
European contact, historical globalization and imperialism on Aboriginal
societies.
2.2 Exhibit a global consciousness with respect to the human condition.
2.3 Accept social responsibilities associated with global citizenship.
2.4 Recognize and appreciate the validity of oral histories.
2.5 Recognize and appreciate various perspectives regarding the
prevalence and impacts of Eurocentrism.
Knowledge and Understanding
2.6 Examine impacts of cultural contact between indigenous and
nonindigenous peoples.
2.7 Explore the foundations of historic globalization.
2.8 Explore the relationship between historic globalization and
imperialism.
2.9 Examine multiple perspectives on the political, economic and social
impacts of historical globalization and imperialism.
2.10 Examine imperialist policies and practices that affected indigenous
peoples.
2.11Analyze contemporary global issues that have origins in policies and
practices of post-colonial governments in Canada and other locations
2.12 Evaluate various attempts to address consequences of imperialist
policies and practices on indigenous peoples in Canada and other
locations.
2.13 Examine legacies of historical globalization and imperialism that
continue to influence globalization.
Strategies / Assessment
Resources
Journal Assigned
Essay 1 (2 pages) due
Assignments:

Assigned questions

Art

Work Packages
Quiz (Chapter 5 – 6)
Essay 2 (2 pages) assigned
Film study
Assignments:

Assigned questions

Art

Work Packages
Film Study(ies)
Assignments:

Assigned questions

Art

Work Packages
Exploring Globalization
Movie: “Gandhi”
Notes
Journal Due (Check)
Quiz (Chapter 7 – 8)
Assignments:

Assigned questions

Art

Work Packages
Test
Exploring Globalization
Video: “The Ghosts of Rwanda”
Notes
Exploring Globalization
Notes
Exploring Globalization
Video: “Canada: A Peoples’
History, Vol. 1 and 2)
Notes
UNIT THREE: To what extent does globalization contribute to sustainable prosperity for all people?
KEY OUTCOME: Students will assess economic, environmental and other contemporary impacts of globalization.
Time Frame
Key Concepts
1 Week
(Chapter 9)
Economic Globalization
Reparations
Communism
Economic Depression
Market Economy
1 Week
(Chapter 10)
Outsourcing
Containerization
Trade Liberalization
Free Trade
Consensus
Sanctions
Ecological Footprint
Sustain
Sustainability
Stewardship
Flag of Convenience
Sustainable Prosperity
Sustainable Development
Knowledge Economy
Privatization
Global Climate Change
1 Week
(Chapter 11)
1 Week
(Chapter 12)
Total: 4 – 5
Weeks
Specific Outcomes
Values and Attitudes
3.1 Recognize and appreciate alternative viewpoints that exist with respect
to the relationships among politics, economics, the environment and
globalization.
3.2 Recognize and appreciate impacts of globalization on the independent
relationships among people, the economy and the environment.
Knowledge and Understanding
3.3 Explore understandings of contemporary economic globalization.
3.4 Examine the foundations of contemporary globalization.
3.5 Analyze factors contributing to the expansion of globalization since
WWII.
3.6 Analyze political and economic challenges and opportunities of
globalization.
3.7 Explore multiple perspectives regarding the relationship among people,
the land and globalization.
3.8 Evaluate actions and policies associated with globalization that impact
the environment.
3.9 Analyze multiple perspectives on sustainability and prosperity in a
globalizing world.
Strategies / Assessment
Resources
Journal Assigned
Essay 2 (2 pages) due
Film Study
Assignments:

Assigned questions

Art

Work Packages
Quiz (Chapter 9 – 10)
Essay 3 (2 pages) assigned
Assignments:

Assigned questions

Art

Work Packages
Film Study
Assignments:

Assigned questions

Art

Work Packages
Journal Due (Check)
Quiz (Chapter 11 – 12)
Film Study
Assignments:

Assigned questions

Art

Work Packages
Test
Exploring Globalization
Video: “Life and Debt”
Notes
Exploring Globalization
Notes
Exploring Globalization
Video: “Endangered Planet”
Notes
Exploring Globalization
Video: “An Inconvenient Truth”
Notes
UNIT FOUR: To what extent should I, as a citizen, respond to globalization?
KEY OUTCOME: Students will assess their role and responsibilities in a globalizing world.
Time Frame
Key Concepts
1 Week
(Chapter 13)
Basic Needs
Inalienable
Human Trafficking
1 Week
(Chapter 14)
Ingenuity Gap
Gender Gap
Labour Standards
1 Week
(Chapter 15)
Virtual Communities
Boreal Forest
Sovereignty
Pandemic
Civil Society
Corporate Citizen
Cross-cultural
Communication
Global Village
Specific Outcomes
Values and Attitudes
4.1 Recognize and appreciate the impact of globalization on the quality of
life of individuals and communities.
4.2 Recognize and appreciate the importance of human rights in
determining quality of life.
4.3 Accept political, social and environmental responsibilities associated
with global citizenship.
Knowledge and Understanding
1 Week
(Chapter 16)
4.4 Explore various understandings of quality of life.
4.5 Analyze impacts of globalization on children and youth.
4.6 Analyze impacts of globalization on women.
4.7 Evaluate relationships between globalization and democratic human
rights.
4.8 Analyze how globalization affects individuals and communities.
Strategies / Assessment
Resources
Journal Assigned
Essay 3 (2 pages) due
Human Rights Project
Film Study
Assignments:

Assigned questions

Art

Work Packages
Quiz (Chapter 13 – 14)
Assignments:

Assigned questions

Art

Work Packages
Film Study
Assignments:

Assigned questions

Art

Work Packages
Exploring Globalization
Movie: “The Killing Fields” or
Video: “No Human Rights”
Notes
Journal Due (Final Mark)
Quiz (Chapter 15 – 16)
Assignments:

Assigned questions

Art

Work Packages
Test
Exploring Globalization
Notes
Exploring Globalization
Notes
Exploring Globalization
Notes
Total: 4 – 5
Weeks
* Time frames are estimates. There are some units, particularly the unit containing the section on human rights, that may take two
weeks.
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