20-1 Related Issue FOUR
Learning Information & Links
The following is important information and documents to help you get focused on your LEARNING and ASSESSMENTS for this Related Issue: To what extent should individuals and groups in Canada embrace a national identity? You will assess strategies for negotiating the complexities of nationalism within the Canadian context. Please open the documents, review them and save them to your own computer (hopefully your Social Studies folder). When you believe you have completed your LEARNING PROCESS for this Related Issue, please proceed to your Argyll LearnNet course and complete Assessments (ONE, TWO and THREE).
APPROXIMATE TIME NEEDED TO COMPLETE THIS UNIT OF STUDY?
KEY LEARNING DOCUMENTS
Click on the titles below to open up and save the documents into your social studies computer folder.
These documents are meant to help you focus on the important and SPECIFIC Learning Outcomes for this unit. Remember, HOW you learn is up to you, but WHAT you learn is decided and guided by the curriculum!
Click on the document link below for a detailed guide to get your learning started.
RESOURCES TO HELP YOU LEARN:
LEARN EVERYWARE MODULE: SIX
QUICK STEPS TO BEGIN YOUR LEARNING:
IDENTIFY what is to be learned
ISOLATE the KEY TERMS/VOCABULARY (also called KEY LANGUAGE)
IDENTIFY your level of understanding. Take an INVENTORY of what you know and understand
ACCESS your initial resources for learning and assessment
BEGIN YOUR LEARNING PROCESS
When you think you are finished your learning for this Related Issue...
COMPLETE the ASSESSMENTS
Not satisified with your marks? Go back to the learning process and fill in your gaps of skill and understanding
WOW! So if you have just finished your final Assessment in this FINAL UNIT...then...hear the drumroll...YOU SHOULD BE FINISHED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Yeah = )
Some FINAL QUESTIONS before you am-scray ...did you work you hardest? Did you get the marks you wanted? Is there anything you want to possibly go back and re-try so you can maybe up your course mark????
Do you have time to go back and improve upon anything?