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Curriculum Resources

Social Studies

Websites for understanding the social studies curricular competencies - the social studies curricular competencies are based on thinking around the 6 historical aspects of thinking (finding significance, using evidence, identifying continuity & change, identifying cause & consequence, making ethical judgements, taking and understanding perspectives), these websites help to understand the competencies more competely.

Online Resources for Social Studies teachers - a variety of very helpful websites to supporting teachers with resources/websites to teach about the government, Canadian history, Canadian geography, ancient history, etc.

BC First Nations Land, Title, and Governance Teacher Resource Guide (2019) - intended to provide support for teachers and students in all BC schools, including First Nations, public, and independent schools, to gain an understanding of traditional and contemporary forms of First Nations governance. It provides background information relevant to all teachers and students, and provides suggested activities and resources for Grades 2 to 12.

List of online sites to find primary & secondary sources  -  The History Education Network's collection of online archives, websites and databases of primary sources on significant topics in Canadian history is designed to help student-teachers, teachers, social studies educators and historians locate significant online collections of primary sources for a wide range of topics in Canadian history.