Key Social Studies Curriculum Connections to the Sir Sam Steele Collection “At a Glance”: Grades 4 7



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Key Social Studies Curriculum Connections to the Sir Sam Steele Collection “At a Glance”: Grades 4 - 7


Grades

Focus of Curriculum Connections

Skills & Processes

Historical Thinking Concepts

Steele Themes & Sources

Grade 4


- role of stories, history & culture

- British Institutions, structure of

settlement & role of NWMP


- use photos & interviews to make historical meaning -use historical & community resources to understand & organize the sequence of local historical events -organize & present info with clear purpose & audience

- evidence

- historical significance

- cause & consequence


- Sam Steele Collection

- focus on Red River;

NWMP: the March West, Indian Treaties and the 1885 rebellion; Harwood, Flora & Sam Steele in World War I


Grade 5


- recognize how Canadian history contributes to their sense of identity

- What do stories of the North West Mounted Police tell us about the development of western Canada & its identity? - recognize the effects of Confederation on citizenship and identity from multiple perspectives

- How did building a national railway affect the development of Canada?


use photos & interviews to make historical meaning -use historical & community resources to understand & organize the sequence of local events

- draw & support conclusions on information gathered to answer a research question  -organize & present info with clear purpose for particular audience



- evidence

- historical significance

- cause & consequence

- historical perspective




- focus on Red River,

NWMP: the March West, First Nations, the building of the C.P.R. and the 1885 rebellion; Yukon & the Klondike



Grade 6


- recognize the influence of historical events and legislation on democratic decision making in Canada

- value citizens' participation in a democratic society

- What is democracy (i.e., justice, equity, freedoms, representation)?

- How does Canada's justice system help protect your democratic and constitutional rights?



- critically evaluate ideas, information & positions 

- seek responses to inquiries through electronic media - use primary sources to interpret historical events & issues 

- use historical & community resources in the sequence of historical events - use examples of events to describe cause and effect and change over time 

- consider multiple perspectives



- evidence

- historical significance

- cause & consequence

- continuity & change

- historical perspective


- focus on the rebellions, the role of police and their relationship with the justice system and the overlap in the early years on the prairies and in the Yukon

- perspective and rights of Aboriginal peoples and a comparison with rights in the Constitution Acts and the Charter of Rights and Freedoms -use current events to explore South African War & Afghanistan - volunteering to fight for country and Harwood & Flora Steele in WWI






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