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9.1 – Overview (1 day). Introduction to Unit – Group Game Castle Building Activity Expectation: To demonstrate an understanding of the various reasons and different ways in which individuals form groups, and categorize various types of groups in Canadian society. Procedure:

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9.1 – Overview (1 day)

  • Introduction to Unit – Group Game

    • Castle Building Activity

  • Expectation:

    • To demonstrate an understanding of the various reasons and different ways in which individuals form groups, and categorize various types of groups in Canadian society.

  • Procedure:

    • PowerPoint presentation on terminology and the question: Why join large groups?

    • Case scenario:Mike

    • Activity-advanced organizer: Mike’s Case, Elaine’s Case


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Extension: Reflection Activity

Think of a group that you have joined in the past. Read the three explanations of why Mike and Elaine joined a school team. Which of the three explanations most closely resemble your reasons for joining a group? Why?


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9.2 – Formal Organizations and Bureaucracies (Day 1 of 2)

  • “Bathroom Bureaucracy” maze and discussion

  • Advance organizer for key concepts

  • Example of bureaucracy vs. non-bureaucracy

  • Categories of bureaucracies

  • Group Activity-present one of Weber’s characteristics


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9.2 – Bureaucracies (continued) 2) Day 2 of 2

  • Brainstorm exercise-procedures in obtaining a license, loan, and insurance

  • Advance organizer “Perspectives on Bureaucracies” –read from text as a class

  • Bureaucracies Interview Worksheet-interview school administration about school’s structure


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9.3 – Meeting Needs Through Groups (5 Days) 2)

Expectation: To describe the different types of groups that form to serve collective (e.g., study groups, self-help groups, political groups, cults, youth subcultures).

Sub-task 1a: Introduction to Meeting Needs Through Groups

-list of needs, terminology

Sub-task 1b: a) Improving Quality of Life

(e.g. feminist organizations)

-advanced organizer, feminism article


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Sub-task 2a: b) Empowerment

(e.g., Aboriginal groups)

-advanced organizer, Case study: Walpole Island First Nation

Sub-task 2b: c) Improving social status

(e.g. Advocacy Groups)

-advanced organizer, Point and counterpoint- Venn diagram


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Sub-task 3a: Relieving Others’ Suffering

(e.g. non-profit organizations)

-advanced organizer

Sub-task 3b: (e.g. NGOs)

-Case study: Free the Children, internet site, article review, poster in support of achieving “Sweatfree Status”


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Sub-task 4a: e) Achieving Social Goals

(e.g. social movements, militant groups)

-advanced organizer, chart (group work-pros and cons of T.O.’s Olympic bid), reflection paper

Sub-task 4b: Achieving Environmental Goals

(e.g., environmental groups)

-advanced organizer, group work: environment magazines


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9.4 Introduction-Group Membership and Conformity (2 days)

  • “Pledge form” for donations

  • Advance organizer (anthro.,psych., soc.views)

  • Stanley Milgram’s study

  • Social science research analysis/presentation

  • Historical examples

  • Role-play exercise

  • Stockholm Syndrome


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9.4 (continued) – Conformity (2 days) days)

  • Review of concepts

  • Viewing of the film, “Heathers” and question sheet

  • Discussion


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9.4 continued – Virtual Communities days) (1 day)

  • Brainstorm internet groups

  • Discussion of pros/cons of such groups

  • Research assignment-students will research on the internet one example of a virtual community

  • Assignments will be evaluated with a rubric


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