Ça fait mal!

Ça fait mal!

French, Field of Experience: Sports and Exercise.

Students describe to a classmate an injury they have sustained.

Bienvenue à CBC RADIO-CANADA sport!

Bienvenue à CBC RADIO-CANADA sport!

French, Field of Experience: Sports and Exercise.

Students conduct brief interviews, with some spontaneity.

Design Challenge

Design Challenge

Students create a blueprint for a multi-purpose recreation facility that promotes and encourages a healthy active lifestyle, encourages healthy nutritional choices and addresses obstacles that may limit physical activity, and make an oral presentation to the recreation planning board.

Developed by Alberta teachers through a partnership between AAC and the Edmonton Regional Learning Consortium (ERLC).

Meeting the Needs of Canadians

Meeting the Needs of Canadians

Students respond, in writing, to the question “To what extent do you believe our federal political and legislative processes meet the needs of all Canadians?”

Could It Happen to Us?

Could It Happen to Us?

Students take on the role of author for a Canadian financial magazine and write an opinion article exploring whether or not Canada could experience a global economic crisis to the same extent as the United States.

Developed by Alberta teachers through a partnership between AAC and the Central Alberta Regional Consortium (CARC).

Want to be a Page?

Want to be a Page?

Students take on the role of an individual applying for the position of Parliamentary Page. In preparation for their interview, students create a visual representation of the Canadian political system and examine the relationship among the three branches of the federal government.

Papaschase Land Claim

Papaschase Land Claim

Students take on the role of research assistant to provide background information about the Papaschase First Nation land claim. Students describe the historical context of the signing of the treaties, analyze why the Papaschase believed they had a valid claim, and provide specific evidence to support the claim.

Lobbyist: Molding Public Perception

Lobbyist: Molding Public Perception

Students take the role of a professional lobbyist, who has been contacted by organizations that represent both sides of an issue in regard to the Youth Criminal Justice Act – one advocating for harsher penalties and one advocating for greater opportunities for rehabilitation. Students decide which organization they would like to represent and create a presentation for the board of directors.

Exploring the Impact of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms

Exploring the Impact of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms

Students respond, in writing, to the question “To what extent has the quality of life improved for Canadians as a result of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms becoming part of the Constitution?”

Canadian: To Be or Not To Be

Canadian: To Be or Not To Be

As the Chief Immigration Officer of Canada, students develop recommendations about a potential mass immigration. Students examine past immigration policy, as well as current immigration policy to inform their decision.

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