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Grade 10 – Global Studies. Grade 10 Global Studies. Food & Nutrition – Open HFN 2O Canadian History – Academic CHC 2D Canadian History – Applied CHC 2P. FOOD & NUTRITION HFN 2O. 5 Main Areas:. Food Safety & Food labs Food Choices Nutrition & Health Local & Global Foods.

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Grade 10 global studies1
Grade 10 Global Studies

  • Food & Nutrition – Open

    • HFN 2O

  • Canadian History – Academic

    • CHC 2D

  • Canadian History – Applied

    • CHC 2P

5 Main Areas:

  • Food Safety & Food labs

  • Food Choices

  • Nutrition & Health

  • Local & Global Foods

Food safety


Keeping you and the food safe!

Food safety1
Food Safety

  • Common Kitchen Accidents

  • Bacteria & Food Born Illness

  • Fire Safety

  • Anaphylactic Shock

  • Hazard Analysis Critical Control (HACCP)

Food labs
Food Labs

  • We will cook and/or taste test a variety of food throughout the semester, approximately once a week

Food choices

Food Choices

Why do we eat what we eat?

Nutrition health

Nutrition & Health

What are calories, proteins and carbohydrates anyway?

Nutrition health wellness
Nutrition, Health & Wellness

  • Canada’s Food Guide

  • 6 main nutrients

  • Details about some key vitamins & minerals

    • What happens if you don’t get enough


  • Body Image

  • Changing Perceptions in Beauty

  • EatingDisorders

  • Maintaining a Healthy Body weight


  • Availability of Food

  • Food & Environmental Responsibility

  • Food Security

    • (why some people don’t have enough food)

Food security is a big issue
Food Security is a big issue!

  • Some thing we do in addition to learning about it is a simulation

  • The “$12 meal challenge”

    • Students prepare a healthy meal for 5-6 people that includes and appetizer, main dish, dessert and beverage (no prepackaged food)

    • The hard part? You can only spend $12 total!!

    • This would be similar to the budget of a low income family or single-parent family

Trips will include
Trips will include

  • Trip to Freshco

    • in January or June for the $12 meal challenge

  • In the fall The Royal Winter Fair

  • In the spring The good food festival & a tour of Humber College’s culinary program

Final evaluation


How do we earn that 30%

15 healthy meal at home
15% Healthy Meal AT home

  • You will get to create a meal for your family to show off all the cook things you’ve been learning

15 in class written final exam
15% In class Written Final Exam

  • This will be based on all the units studied throughout the course

Chc 2d 2p


Canadian History since World War 1

General Course Description

This compulsory Grade 10 Course explores the local national and global forces that have shaped the Canadian identity from World War 1 to the present.

Students will learn and use some of the historical thinking concepts listed below to:

understand issues and events:

historical significance

using primary sources as evidence

determining cause and effectshort and long-term consequences

drawing conclusions and making predictions

Possible Global Studies Pathways after studying concepts listed below to:

Grade 10 History

Grade 11:

Understanding Canadian Law

Introduction to Anthropology, Psychology and Sociology

World Religions: Beliefs, Issues and Traditions

Grade 12:

World History: The West and the World

Canadian and World Issues

Analyzing Current Economic Issues

Canadian and World Politics

Challenge and Change in Society

Curriculum Strands concepts listed below to:

Communities: Local, National and Global

Change and Continuity

Citizenship and Heritage

Social Economic and Political Structures

Methods of Historical Inquiry and Communication

Fun Classroom Activities remembered by students: concepts listed below to:

Trench Warfare Simulation

Convoy System

Propaganda Poster


“I am Canadian” Rant

Interesting Movies and Video Clips

What do you learn in this course area? concepts listed below to:

World War I

The Roaring 20's and the Dirty 30's

World War II

The Cold War

French and English Relations

Aboriginal Self-Determination

Quebec's Quiet Revolution and Separation issues

Canada's Changing Identity

Peace-keeping and International Relations

Quotes by students on what they have learned in courses concepts listed below to:

“I really enjoyed the debates and trench warfare simulation in Grade 10 History

It made me understand what it was like to be a soldier in World War 1”

Bhavya Singh, Grade 10 History student

Transferrable skills to other programs and Literacy Benefits:

Critical Thinking

Essay Writing

Writing a News Report

Writing a Supported Opinion Piece

Broader Understanding of Canada's Role in the World

Possible Careers Related to the study of History: Benefits:



Government Policy Planning

Archivists, Statisticians and Library Science

Museum Curators




Extra-Curricular Opportunities related to the study of History:


Model UN

Mock Trial

School Reach for the Top

Curricular benefits field trips etc casa loma guest speakers historians veterans

Curricular Benefits-Field Trips etc: History:

Casa Loma

Guest Speakers: Historians, Veterans