Lesson Plans

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GRADES: Secondary
This unit is intended for teachers of Grade 9/10 History and/or Civics/Citizenship learners. The activities described here have been developed based on curriculum expectations for Intermediate students from various provincial education ministry/departments across Canada. The common element of most provincial curriculum expectations is: the...
GRADES: Secondary
Homelessness, as an important social issue, can be easily addressed throughout the Social Sciences and Humanities Curriculum. The lessons which have been included here are just a sample of the multitude of ways that homelessness can be woven into our classes. Each of the lessons incorporates language and literacy development opportunities as well...
GRADES: Secondary
“Homelessness” as a topic for study offers us, the teachers of English and Media, a thought-provoking lens for considering anew many standard literary classics and, thus, for deepening our perspectives on contemporary literature. Traditional universal themes– revenge, forbidden love, the journey, for example–have stood the test of time as avenues...
GRADES: Secondary
People whose lives have been shaped by struggles with mental well-being tell us that safe, affordable housing is fundemental to building a better situation. But finding and keeping a home is often difficult in Canada today, and many of the homeless that we see on our streets are also dealing with mental health issues. Here, we draw on both social...
GRADES: Secondary
A Teaching Resource for Secondary Schools provided by CRISIS By the end of the lesson students should be able to:Understand hidden homelessnessDefine some of its issuesAsses the cost of accommodation
GRADES: Secondary
A Guide for Senior High-School Teachers Integrating homelessness issues into senior social sciences and humanities courses, including: Civics 11, Social Studies 11, Economics 12, First Nations 12, Law 12, and Social Justice 12

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