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



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Curriculum Connections

Skills & Processes including

Historical Thinking

5.2: Histories & Stories of Ways of Life in Canada

Students will demonstrate an understanding of the people and the stories of Canada and their ways of life over time, and appreciate the diversity of Canada's heritage. 

Stories: Stories provide a vital opportunity to bring history to life. …They can include or be supported by biographies, autobiographies, archives, news items, novels or short stories….

Students will:

5.2.1 - appreciate the complexity of identity in the Canadian context:  

- recognize how an understanding of Canadian history and the stories of its peoples contributes to their sense of identity (I, TCC)

- acknowledge oral traditions, narratives and stories as valid sources of knowledge about the land and diverse Aboriginal cultures and history (CC, I, TCC)


- acknowledge British influence and presence in Canada (CC, I, TCC)


- recognize how changes in society can affect identity (CC, I )


5.2.2 - examine, critically, the ways of life of Aboriginal peoples in Canada by exploring and reflecting upon the following questions and issues:  

- What do the stories of First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples tell us about their beliefs regarding the relationship between people and the land? (I,CC, TCC,LPP)


5.2.7 - examine, critically, how the North West Mounted Police shaped ways of life in Canada by exploring and reflecting upon the following questions and issues:  

- What do stories of the North West Mounted Police tell us about the settlement and development of western and northern Canada?(LPP, PADM)

- How have stories of the North West Mounted Police shaped identity in western and northern Canada? (L, TCC, PADM)




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