Social Studies 10-1 Course Outline

Social Studies 10-1 Long Range Plans



Unit 1  Globalization and Identity  20%

Unit 2  Legacies of Historical Globalization 20%

Unit 3  Globalization and Sustainable Prosperity 20% 

Unit 4  Citizenship and Globalization 20%

Final Exam 20%




Unit 1 Globalization and Identity



1.1 acknowledge and appreciate the existence of multiple perspectives in a globalizing world


1.2 appreciate why peoples in Canada and other locations strive to promote their cultures, languages and identities in a globalizing world


1.3 appreciate how identities and cultures shape, and are shaped by, globalization 


1.4 explore ways in which individuals and collectives express identities (traditions, language, religion, spirituality, the arts, attire, relationship to land, ideological beliefs, role modelling)


1.5 explore understandings and dimensions of globalization (political, economic, social, other

contemporary examples)


1.6 examine the impact of communications technology and media on diversity (universalization of pop culture, hybridization, diversification) 


1.7 analyze opportunities presented by globalization to identities and cultures (acculturation,

accommodation, cultural revitalization, affirmation of identity, integration) 


1.8 analyze challenges presented by globalization to identities and cultures (assimilation,

marginalization, accommodation, integration, homogenization) 


1.9 evaluate efforts to promote languages and cultures in a globalizing world (language laws, linguistic rights, cultural content legislation, cultural revitalization, linguistic revitalization) 





Unit 1 Summative Assessment


Practice Source Analysis Written Response

Key Terms

Part A Exam  (Source Analysis)

Part B Exam  (Source Based Multiple Choice)





Unit 2   Legacies of Historical Globalization


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 


2.6 examine impacts of cultural contact between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples (exchange of goods and technologies, depopulation, influences on government and social institutions)


2.7 explore the foundations of historical globalization (rise of capitalism, industrialization, imperialism, Eurocentrism) 


2.8 explore the relationship between historical 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 (British rule in India, British and French rule in Canada, post-colonial governments in Canada) 


2.11 analyze contemporary global issues that have origins in policies and practices of post-colonial governments in Canada and other locations (consequences of residential schools, social impact on Indigenous peoples, loss of Indigenous languages, civil strife) 



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 



Unit 2 Summative Assessment


Practice Position Paper Written Response

Key Terms

Part A Exam  (Position Paper)

Part B Exam  (Source Based Multiple Choice)






Unit 3  Globalization and Sustainable Prosperity


3.1 recognize and appreciate multiple perspectives that exist with respect to the relationships among politics, economics, the environment and globalization


3.2 recognize and appreciate impacts of globalization on the interdependent relationships among people, the economy and the environment 


3.3 explore understandings of contemporary economic globalization 


3.4 examine the foundations of contemporary globalization (F. A. Hayek, Bretton Woods Conference,Milton Friedman) 


3.5 analyze factors contributing to the expansion of globalization since the Second World War

(international agreements, international organizations, transnational corporations, media and

transportation technologies) 


3.6 analyze political and economic challenges and opportunities of globalization (trade liberalization, foreign investment, economic growth, privatization, outsourcing, knowledge economy)


3.7 explore multiple perspectives regarding the relationship among people, the land and globalization (spirituality, stewardship, sustainability, resource development) 


3.8 evaluate actions and policies associated with globalization that impact the environment (land and resource use, resource development agreements, environmental legislation) 


3.9 analyze multiple perspectives on sustainability and prosperity in a globalizing world



Unit 3 Summative Assessment


Practice Source Analysis Written Response

Key Terms

Part A Exam  (Source Analysis)

Part B Exam  (Source Based Multiple Choice)






Unit 4  Citizenship and Globalization


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



4.4 explore various understandings of quality of life 


4.5 analyze impacts of globalization on children and youth (awareness of global issues, employment issues, identity) 


4.6 analyze impacts of globalization on women (gender issues, labour issues, opportunities for

entrepreneurship) 


4.7 evaluate relationships between globalization and democratization and human rights 


4.8 analyze how globalization affects individuals and communities (migration, technology, agricultural issues, pandemics, resource issues, contemporary issues) 


4.9 explore multiple perspectives regarding the civic responsibilities that individuals, governments, organizations and businesses may have in addressing opportunities and challenges presented by globalization


4.10 evaluate means by which individuals, governments, organizations and businesses could address opportunities and challenges of globalization (pro-globalization activism, anti-globalization activism, legislation, agreements, consumer activism, corporate responsibility)


4.11 develop strategies to demonstrate active, responsible global citizenship 



Unit 4 Summative Assessment


Practice Position Paper Written Response

Key Terms

Part A Exam  (Position Paper)

Part B Exam  (Source Based Multiple Choice)




Final Exam 


50 Source Based Multiple Choice Questions

10 General Knowledge Questions