Taking Control: Ontario History Curriculum Courses: May be required or optional. Optional courses are designed for different student needs. Strands: All courses are sub-divided into 3 or more strands. These are groupings of expectations with slightly different foci.
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Ontario History Curriculum
May be required or optional. Optional courses are designed for different student needs.
All courses are sub-divided into 3 or more strands. These are groupings of expectations with slightly different foci.
Specific Expectations: Each strand includes many specific expectations. These are specifically written understandings that form the body or content of the overall expectations.
Each strand includes 3 or more overall expectations. These are broadly written enduring or essential understandings students are expected to learn.
Expectations are organized into two strands:
Expectations are organized into the following three strands for each grade
Grade 7:New France; British North America; Conflict and Change
Grade 8: Confederation; The Development of Western Canada; Canada: A Changing Society
HISTORY: Grade 10 Canadian History since WWI
(Academic and Applied)
Expectations are organized into five strands:
CIVICS: Grade 10
Expectations are organized into three strands:
American History (University)
World History to the 16th Century (University/College)
Canadian History and Politics since 1945 (College)
Canadian History and Politics since 1945 (Workplace)
World History since 1900: Global and Regional Perspectives (Open)
Canada: History, Identity and Culture (University)
World History: The West and the World (University)
(16th century to the Present)
World History: The West and the World (College)
(16th century to the Present) Adventures in World History (Workplace)
(Earliest Times to the Present)
Canadian Politics and Citizenship (Open)
Canadian and World Politics (University)
4. Examine all the specific expectations in thiscourse. Have your ideas covered any of the specific expectations listed, either in whole or in part?
5. Jot down which ones.
6. Prepare to share your responses.