2 Grade 12 Global Studies Nutrition & Health HFA 4CHuman Development throughout the LifespanHHG 4MChallenge & Change in SocietyHSB 4UWest & the World HistoryCHY4U / CHY4CAnalysing Current Economics IssuesCIA 4UCanadian & International LawCLN4UCanadian & International PoliticsCPW4U
11 Nutrition & Health Nutrients Food Guides Energy Balance Nutritional Status
12 Project – Food for the Breakfast Club Plan & prepare a food item or items to address a specific nutritional deficiency common to Canadians(e.g. a high fibre snack to address a lack of dietary fibre)MARKET RESEARCHDo taste tests &determine what students like
13 Food for the Breakfast Club Create educational advertisements to encourage students to eat breakfast & gain the nutritional deficiencyWEEKLY prepare and portion food the breakfast club
18 Topics to investigate Food Security Food Production & supply Food Production & Environment
19 Tour some Farms - Field Trip Apple FarmOrganic FarmLearn about the agriculture business in OntarioHarvest fresh produce and cook with it at school!
20 throughout the Lifespan HHG 4MO HUMAN DEVELOPMENTthroughout the Lifespan HHG 4MO
21 COURSE DESCRIPTIONThis course offers a multidisciplinary approach to the study of human development throughout the life cycle.Students will study how early brain development are linked to lifelong learning, health and well-being.Students will gain practical experience working with children in the playschool.Students will use research skills to learn about human growth and development.
22 UNITS Human Development: An Overview Human Development: Brain Development In The Early YearsHuman Development: The Early YearsParenthood: The Roles And Responsibilites Throughout The Family Life CycleSocialization Factors That Influences Human Development
23 Different Types of Development Social DevelopmentPhysical DevelopmentIntellectual DevelopmentEmotional Development
27 DescriptionThis course focuses on the use of social science theories, perspectives, and methodologies to investigate and explain shifts in knowledge, attitudes, beliefs, and behaviour and their impact on society.Students will critically analyse how and why cultural, social, and behavioural patterns change over time.
28 DescriptionThey will explore the ideas of social theorists and use those ideas to analyse causes of and responses to challenges such as technological change, deviance, and global inequalities.Students will explore ways in which social science research methods can be used to study social change.
29 Topics Social Change Social Patterns & Trends Foundations Cause & EffectTechnological ChangeSocial Patterns & TrendsDemographicsForces that shape social trendsSocial deviance
30 Global Social Challenges Global InequalitiesGlobalizationExploitation
43 Unit Topics:World War IInterwar PeriodWorld War II
44 Activities:Poster Board Exposition – Using visuals and text, describe a person/event from the unitPrimary Source Document Seminars – Analyze primary source document of a historical figure and teach his/her ideologies to the class
46 15% Essay (4U) / Mini Essay (4C) You will research and write about a historical topic that is engaging to you:Christopher Columbus – Good or Evil?Are humans inherently selfish?George Washington – Success or Failure?
47 This will be based on all the units studied throughout the course 15% Written Final ExamThis will be based on all the units studied throughout the course
49 DescriptionThis course investigates the nature of the competitive global economy and explores how individuals and societies can gain the information they need to make appropriate economic decisions.Students will learn about the principles of microeconomics and macroeconomics, apply economic models and concepts to interpret economic information, assess the validity of statistics, and investigate marketplace dynamics.Students will use economic inquiry and communication skills to analyse current economic issues, make informed judgments, and present their findings.
50 Topics Economic Decision Making Economic Stakeholders Self-Interest and InterdependenceEconomic InstitutionsMethods of Economic Inquiry &Communication
51 Canadian & International Law CLU4UCanadian & International Law
52 DescriptionThis course examines elements of Canadian and international law in social, political , and global contexts .Students will study the historical and philosophical sources of law and the principlesand practices of international law and will learn to relate them to issues in Canadian society andthe wider world .Students will use critical-thinking and communication skills to analyze legal issues , conduct independent research , and present the results of their inquiries in a variety of ways.
53 Topics Heritage Rights & Freedoms Criminal Law and Procedures Regulation & Dispute ResolutionMethods of Legal Inquiry and Communication
54 Field TripVisit the Toronto University Court House, as well as the appeals court and divisional court at old city hallSit in on a variety of court cases, including a few high profile murder cases.This is always a highlight
55 CPW4U: Canadian & International Politics CPW4U is an exciting introduction to the study of politics.Students follow international events, but now this course will help you understand the power structure involved and the complicated world of rights and responsibilities.CPW4U: Canadian & International Politics
56 Course Description for gr.12 Politics This course examines Canadian and world politics from a variety of perspectives. Students will investigate the ways in which individuals, groups, and states work to influence domestic and world events, the role of political ideologies in national and international politics, and the dynamics of international cooperation and conflict resolution.
57 Course Description for gr.12 Politics This course examines Canadian and world politics from a variety of perspectives. Students will investigate the ways in which individuals, groups, and states work to influence domestic and world events, the role of political ideologies in national and international politics, and the dynamics of international cooperation and conflict resolution.
58 Students will apply critical thinking and communication skills to develop and support informed opinions about current political conflicts, events, and issues.
59 Unit 1: Introduction to Politics This course and unit begins with the topic, A Study of Politics, followed by an introduction to the basic concepts of political science. Students will spend some time on the concept of ideology and search out their own political ideology.
60 Unit 2: Government and the Political Process This unit begins with an examination of the forms of government and models of political processes. Students will then have a look at how roles in the political process function.
63 Unit 2: Government and the Political Process Students will be involved in a mock election, mock parliament. You will learn which ideology fit with your global point of view and examine your own bias.
64 Unit 3 Canada and the International Political System The international system will be introduced and examined in depth.Students will become familiar with the United Nations and the six international actors.
65 Teaching & Learning Strategies: Students learn best when they are engaged in a variety of ways of learning. Canadian and world studies courses lend themselves to a wide range of approaches in that they require students to research & think critically.
66 Final Evaluation for grade 12 politics Your final grade will be determined based on your comprehension of political terms and concepts.You will be required to apply theory to real political events of the day and write a major research essay based on a political autobiography.