Social Studies 4

Course Outline

Social Studies 4 curriculum challenges students to think critically. The course is structured so that students can begin to inquire into why events or people or ideas in our history are significant, what has changed over time, and why that change occurred. In the geography sections, students look at the significance of place and the interaction of humans and the environment.


Outcomes

  • Learners will investigate the concept of exploration.
  • Learners will investigate the stories of various explorers, inclusive of Acadians, African Nova Scotians, Gaels, Mi’kmaq, and additional cultures.
  • Learners will evaluate the impacts of exploration.
  • Learners will investigate the relationships between humans and the physical environment.
  • Learners will investigate the physical landscape of Canada.
  • Learners will investigate the political landscape of Canada.

Updated June 17, 2021