The organizing concept for Social Studies 9 is Canadian Identity. The organizing concept for social studies nine is “Canadian Identity.” Students explore this concept within the context of post-First World War Canada.
The program builds on the skills and concepts of previous years and continues the chronology of social studies seven, wherein students examined Canada’s history from the early 1800s to the First World War.
It is firmly grounded in the Social Studies disciplines of geography, history, economics, sociology, and political science. In addition, it contains many cross-curricular opportunities, particularly in language arts, fine arts, music, and science, and contains myriad opportunities for the integration of technology.
Text – Canadian Identity
- Teacher: Kevin Andrews