Canadian and World Issues – Grade 12

In this course, students will address the challenge of creating a more sustainable and equitable world. They will explore issues involving a wide range of topics, including economic disparities, threats to the environment, globalization, human rights, and quality of life, and will analyse government policies, international agreements, and individual responsibilities relating to them. Students will apply the concepts of geographic thinking and the geographic inquiry process, including the use of spatial technologies, to investigate these complex issues and their impacts on natural and human communities around the world.

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Overall Curriculum Expectations

Research Skills

  • Theories, Perspectives, and Methodologies: demonstrate an understanding of major theories,
    perspectives, and research methods in psychology;
  • Human Mental Processes and Behaviour: use a psychological perspective to describe how diverse factors influence and shape human mental processes and behaviour
  • Socialization: use a psychological perspective to explain patterns of socialization.

Anthropology

  • Theories, Perspectives, and Methodologies: demonstrate an understanding of major theories,
    perspectives, and research methods in sociology;
  • Explaining Social Behaviour: use a sociological perspective to explain how diverse factors
    influence and shape social behaviour,
  • Socialization: use a sociological perspective to explain patterns of socialization

Psychology

  • Exploring: explore topics related to anthropology, psychology, and sociology, and formulate
    questions appropriate for each discipline to guide their research; Investigating: create research plans, and locate and select information relevant to their chosen topics, using appropriate social science research and inquiry methods;
  • Processing Information: assess, record, analyse, and synthesize information gathered through
    research and inquiry;
  • Communicating and Reflecting: communicate the results of their research and inquiry clearly
    and effectively, and reflect on and evaluate their research, inquiry, and communication skills.

Sociology

  • Theories, Perspectives, and Methodologies: demonstrate an understanding of major theories,
    perspectives, and research methods in anthropology;
  • Explaining Human Behaviour and Culture: use an anthropological perspective to explain how
    diverse factors influence and shape human behaviour and culture;
  • Socialization: use a cultural anthropology perspective to explain patterns of human socialization.

Course Details

Course Code HSP3U
Course Type Academic
Format University Preparation
Prerequisite ENG2D OR CHC2D
Tuition Fee 650 – 1300
Department Science
Course Title Biology
Grade Grade 11
Credit Value 1.0

Outline of Course Content

Unit Title Time
1 Research Skills 30 hours
2 Anthropology 25 hours
3 Psychology 25 hours
4 Sociology 25 hours
5 Culminating Task 3 Hours
  Final Examination 2 hours
  Total 110 hours
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