Ontario Curriculum Social Studies

    social studies
  • Social Studies is a 1999 album by Loudon Wainwright III. It represents a compilation of various topical and satirical songs. The tracks produced primarily for National Public Radio and based upon then-current issues and events, such as the Tonya Harding scandal, the O. J.
  • Social studies is the "integrated study of the social sciences and humanities to promote civic competence," as defined by the National Council for the Social Studies.
  • Social Studies is an album by American composer, bandleader and keyboardist Carla Bley recorded in 1980 and released on the Watt/ECM label in 1981. accessed August 3, 2010
  • Various aspects or branches of the study of human society, considered as an educational discipline
    curriculum
  • course of study: an integrated course of academic studies; "he was admitted to a new program at the university"
  • (curricular) of or relating to an academic course of study
  • The subjects comprising a course of study in a school or college
  • In formal education, a curriculum (plural: curricula, or curriculums) is the set of courses, and their content, offered at a school or university.
    ontario
  • A province in eastern Canada, between Hudson Bay and the Great Lakes; pop. 9,914,200; capital, Toronto. It was settled by the French and the English in the 1600s, ceded to Britain in 1763, and became one of the original four provinces in the Dominion of Canada in 1867
  • Lake Ontario: the smallest of the Great Lakes
  • a prosperous and industrialized province in central Canada
  • Ontario is a Province of Canada located in the east-central part of Canada, Ontario is located in the geographic eastern half of Canada, but it has historically and politically been considered to be part of Central Canada (along with Manitoba).
ontario curriculum social studies
ontario curriculum social studies - Differentiating Instruction
Differentiating Instruction With Menus: Social Studies (Grades 6-8)
Differentiating Instruction With Menus: Social Studies (Grades 6-8)
Differentiating Instruction With Menus: Social Studies for grades 6–8 offers teachers everything needed to create a student-centered learning environment based on choice. This book provides five different types of menus that students can use to select exciting products that they will develop so teachers can assess what has been learned—instead of using a traditional worksheet format. Topics addressed include geography, government, ancient history, and U.S. history.
Differentiating Instruction With Menus: Social Studies contains attractive reproducible menus, each based on the levels of Bloom's Revised taxonomy, for students to use to guide them in making decisions as to which products they will develop after studying a major concept or unit. Using creative and challenging choices found in Tic-Tac-Toe menus, List menus, 2-5-8 menus, Baseball menus, and Game Show menus, students will look forward to sharing their newfound knowledge throughout the year. Also included are specific guidelines for products, rubrics for assessing student products, and teacher introduction pages for each menu. This is a must-have for any teacher wanting to differentiate for gifted and advanced learners!


Grades 6–8

Social Studies Centre in Oxford
Social Studies Centre in Oxford
I'm not entirely sure that this is the Social Studies Centre on George Street but its on the right place on the map. Taken with a 35mm film in an Olympus OM30.
Social Studies fair winners
Social Studies fair winners
At the Veteran's Day assembly, Mrs. Earhart announced the winners of the Social Studies fair.
ontario curriculum social studies
ontario curriculum social studies
Much More Social Studies Through Children's Literature: A Collaborative Approach
Fredericks presents hundreds of hands-on, minds-on projects that actively engage students in positive learning experiences. Each of the units offers book summaries, social studies topic areas, critical thinking questions, classroom resources, and lots of easy-to-do activities for every grade level. The author also provides practical guidelines for collaborative ventures with school librarians, tips for integrating literature across the curriculum, lists of relevant web sites useful in social studies curriculum. Everything is linked to the social studies standards.