Alberta Programs of Study — Grade 10


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10-1.1.1.

Students will acknowledge and appreciate the existence of multiple perspectives in a globalizing world (GC, CC)

10-1.1.2.

Students will appreciate why peoples in Canada and other locations strive to promote their cultures, languages and identities in a globalizing world (I, CC, GC)

10-1.1.3.

Students will appreciate how identities and cultures shape, and are shaped by, globalization (I, CC, GC)

10-1.1.4.

Students will explore ways in which individuals and collectives express identities (traditions, language, religion, spirituality, the arts, attire, relationship to land, ideological beliefs, role modelling) (I, CC, LPP)

10-1.1.5.

Students will explore understandings and dimensions of globalization (political, economic, social, other contemporary examples) (PADM, ER, CC)

10-1.1.6.

Students will examine the impact of communications technology and media on diversity (universalization of pop culture, hybridization, diversification) (I, CC, GC)

10-1.1.7.

Students will analyze opportunities presented by globalization to identities and cultures (acculturation, accommodation, cultural revitalization, affirmation of identity, integration) (I, CC, GC)

10-1.1.8.

Students will analyze challenges presented by globalization to identities and cultures (assimilation, marginalization, accommodation, integration, homogenization) (I, CC, GC)

10-1.1.9.

Students will evaluate efforts to promote languages and cultures in a globalizing world (language laws, linguistic rights, cultural content legislation, cultural revitalization, linguistic revitalization) (I, CC)

10-1.2.1.

Students will recognize and appreciate historical and contemporary consequences of European contact, historical globalization and imperialism on Aboriginal societies (TCC, CC, I, GC)

10-1.2.10.

Students will examine imperialist policies and practices that affected Indigenous peoples (British rule in India, British and French rule in Canada, post-colonial governments in Canada) (TCC, PADM, GC)

10-1.2.11.

Students will analyze contemporary global issues that have origins in policies and practices of post-colonial governments in Canada and other locations (consequences of residential schools, social impact on Indigenous peoples, loss of Indigenous languages, civil strife) (GC, CC, TCC, I)

10-1.2.12.

Students will evaluate various attempts to address consequences of imperialist policies and practices on Indigenous peoples in Canada and other locations (GC, PADM, TCC)

10-1.2.13.

Students will examine legacies of historical globalization and imperialism that continue to influence globalization (TCC, GC)

10-1.2.2.

Students will exhibit a global consciousness with respect to the human condition (GC, C)

10-1.2.3.

Students will accept social responsibilities associated with global citizenship (C, GC)

10-1.2.4.

Students will recognize and appreciate the validity of oral histories (TCC, CC)

10-1.2.6.

Students will examine impacts of cultural contact between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples (exchange of goods and technologies, depopulation, influences on government and social institutions) (TCC, CC, GC)

10-1.2.7.

Students will explore the foundations of historical globalization (rise of capitalism, industrialization, imperialism, Eurocentrism) (TCC, ER, PADM)

10-1.2.8.

Students will explore the relationship between historical globalization and imperialism (TCC, ER, LPP, PADM)

10-1.2.9.

Students will examine multiple perspectives on the political, economic and social impacts of historical globalization and imperialism (I, LPP, PADM)

10-1.3.1.

Students will recognize and appreciate multiple perspectives that exist with respect to the relationships among politics, economics, the environment and globalization (GC, ER, PADM)

10-1.3.2.

Students will recognize and appreciate impacts of globalization on the interdependent relationships among people, the economy and the environment (GC, ER, PADM)

10-1.3.3.

Students will explore understandings of contemporary economic globalization (GC, ER)

10-1.3.4.

Students will examine the foundations of contemporary globalization (F. A. Hayek, Bretton Woods Conference, Milton Friedman) (TCC, PADM, ER)

10-1.3.5.

Students will analyze factors contributing to the expansion of globalization since the Second World War (international agreements, international organizations, transnational corporations, media and transportation technologies) (TCC, GC, ER, PADM)

10-1.3.6.

Students will analyze political and economic challenges and opportunities of globalization (trade liberalization, foreign investment, economic growth, privatization, outsourcing, knowledge economy) (ER, PADM, GC)

10-1.3.7.

Students will explore multiple perspectives regarding the relationship among people, the land and globalization (spirituality, stewardship, sustainability, resource development) (LPP, CC, ER, GC)

10-1.3.8.

Students will evaluate actions and policies associated with globalization that impact the environment (land and resource use, resource development agreements, environmental legislation) (LPP, ER, GC)

10-1.3.9.

Students will analyze multiple perspectives on sustainability and prosperity in a globalizing world (ER, LPP, GC)

10-1.4.1.

Students will recognize and appreciate the impact of globalization on the quality of life of individuals and communities (GC, C, CC)

10-1.4.10.

Students will evaluate means by which individuals, governments, organizations and businesses could address opportunities and challenges of globalization (pro-globalization activism, anti-globalization activism, legislation, agreements, consumer activism, corporate responsibility) (GC, C, PADM, ER)

10-1.4.11.

Students will develop strategies to demonstrate active, responsible global citizenship (C, GC, PADM, ER)

10-1.4.2.

Students will recognize and appreciate the importance of human rights in determining quality of life (GC, C)

10-1.4.3.

Students will accept political, social and environmental responsibilities associated with global citizenship (C, GC, ER)

10-1.4.4.

Students will explore various understandings of quality of life (GC)

10-1.4.5.

Students will analyze impacts of globalization on children and youth (awareness of global issues, employment issues, identity) (GC, C, PADM, ER, I)

10-1.4.6.

Students will analyze impacts of globalization on women (gender issues, labour issues, opportunities for entrepreneurship) (GC, C, PADM, ER, I)

10-1.4.7.

Students will evaluate relationships between globalization and democratization and human rights (GC, PADM)

10-1.4.8.

Students will analyze how globalization affects individuals and communities (migration, technology, agricultural issues, pandemics, resource issues, contemporary issues) (GC, LPP)

10-1.4.9.

Students will explore multiple perspectives regarding the civic responsibilities that individuals, governments, organizations and businesses may have in addressing opportunities and challenges presented by globalization (GC, C, PADM)

10-1.S.1.1.

Evaluate ideas and information from multiple sources

10-1.S.1.2.

Determine relationships among multiple and varied sources of information

10-1.S.1.3.

Assess the validity of information based on context, bias, sources, objectivity, evidence or reliability

10-1.S.1.5.

Evaluate personal assumptions and opinions to develop an expanded appreciation of a topic or an issue

10-1.S.1.6.

Synthesize information from contemporary and historical issues to develop an informed position

10-1.S.1.7.

Evaluate the logic of assumptions underlying a position

10-1.S.1.9.

Analyze current affairs from a variety of perspectives

10-1.S.2.1.

Analyze multiple historical and contemporary perspectives within and across cultures

10-1.S.2.2.

Analyze connections among patterns of historical change by identifying cause and effect relationships

10-1.S.2.3.

Analyze similarities and differences among historical narratives

10-1.S.2.4.

Evaluate the impact of significant historical periods and patterns of change on the contemporary world

10-1.S.2.5.

Discern historical facts from historical interpretations through an examination of multiple sources

10-1.S.2.6.

Identify reasons underlying similarities and differences among historical narratives

10-1.S.2.7.

Develop a reasoned position that is informed by historical and contemporary evidence

10-1.S.2.8.

Demonstrate an understanding of how changes in technology can benefit or harm society in the context of the present, the future and various historical time periods

10-1.S.2.9.

Use current, reliable information sources from around the world

10-1.S.3.1.

Analyze the impact of physical and human geography on history

10-1.S.3.2.

Make inferences and draw conclusions from maps and other geographical sources

10-1.S.3.3.

Locate, gather, interpret and organize information, using historical maps

10-1.S.3.4.

Develop and assess geographical representations to demonstrate the impact of factors of geography on world events

10-1.S.3.5.

Assess the impact of human activities on the land and the environment

10-1.S.3.6.

Assess how human interaction impacts geopolitical realities

10-1.S.3.7.

Use current, reliable information sources from around the world, including online atlases

10-1.S.4.1.

Demonstrate leadership in groups to achieve consensus, solve problems, formulate positions and take action, if appropriate, on important issues

10-1.S.4.2.

Develop inquiry strategies to make decisions and solve problems

10-1.S.4.3.

Generate and apply new ideas and strategies to contribute to decision making and problem solving

10-1.S.4.4.

Describe a plan of action to use technology to solve a problem

10-1.S.4.5.

Use appropriate tools and materials to accomplish a plan of action

10-1.S.5.1.

Demonstrate leadership by initiating and employing various strategies to resolve conflicts peacefully and equitably

10-1.S.5.2.

Participate in persuading, compromising and negotiating to resolve conflicts and differences

10-1.S.5.3.

Interpret patterns of behaviour and attitudes that contribute or pose obstacles to cross-cultural understanding

10-1.S.5.4.

Demonstrate leadership during discussions and group work

10-1.S.5.5.

Respect the points of view and perspectives of others

10-1.S.5.6.

Collaborate in groups to solve problems

10-1.S.6.1.

Demonstrate leadership by engaging in actions that enhance personal and community well-being

10-1.S.6.2.

Acknowledge the importance of multiple perspectives in a variety of situations

10-1.S.7.1.

Develop, express and defend an informed position on an issue

10-1.S.7.10.

Use calendars, time management or project management software to assist in organizing the research process

10-1.S.7.11.

Generate new understandings of issues by using some form of technology to facilitate the process

10-1.S.7.12.

Record relevant data for acknowledging sources of information, and cite sources correctly

10-1.S.7.13.

Respect ownership and integrity of information

10-1.S.7.2.

Reflect on changes of points of view or opinion based on information gathered and research conducted

10-1.S.7.3.

Draw pertinent conclusions based on evidence derived from research

10-1.S.7.4.

Demonstrate proficiency in the use of research tools and strategies to investigate issues

10-1.S.7.5.

Consult a wide variety of sources, including oral histories, that reflect varied perspectives on particular issues

10-1.S.7.6.

Integrate and synthesize argumentation and evidence to provide an informed opinion on a research question or an issue of inquiry

10-1.S.7.7.

Develop, refine and apply questions to address an issue

10-1.S.7.8.

Select and analyze relevant information when conducting research

10-1.S.7.9.

Plan and perform complex searches, using digital sources

10-1.S.8.1.

Communicate effectively to express a point of view in a variety of situations

10-1.S.8.10.

Understand that different types of information may be used to manipulate and control a message (e.g., graphics, photographs, graphs, charts and statistics)

10-1.S.8.11.

Apply principles of graphic design to enhance meaning and engage audiences

10-1.S.8.2.

Use skills of formal and informal discussion and/or debate to persuasively express informed viewpoints on an issue

10-1.S.8.3.

Ask respectful and relevant questions of others to clarify viewpoints

10-1.S.8.4.

Listen respectfully to others

10-1.S.8.5.

Use a variety of oral, written and visual sources to present informed positions on issues

10-1.S.8.6.

Apply information technologies for context (situation, audience and purpose) to extend and communicate understanding of complex issues

10-1.S.8.7.

Use appropriate presentation software to demonstrate personal understandings

10-1.S.8.8.

Compose, revise and edit text

10-1.S.8.9.

Apply general principles of graphic layout and design to a document in process

10-1.S.9.1.

Assess the authority, reliability and validity of electronically accessed information

10-1.S.9.2.

Evaluate the validity of various points of view presented in the media

10-1.S.9.3.

Appraise information from multiple sources, evaluating each source in terms of the author's perspective or bias and use of evidence

10-1.S.9.4.

Analyze the impact of various forms of media, identifying complexities and discrepancies in the information and making distinctions between sound generalizations and misleading oversimplification

10-1.S.9.5.

Demonstrate discriminatory selection of electronically accessed information that is relevant to a particular topic

10-2.1.1.

Students will acknowledge and appreciate the existence of multiple perspectives in a globalizing world (GC, CC)

10-2.1.2.

Students will appreciate why peoples in Canada and other locations strive to promote their cultures, languages and identities in a globalizing world (I, CC, GC)

10-2.1.3.

Students will appreciate how identities and cultures shape, and are shaped by, globalization (I, CC, GC)

10-2.1.4.

Students will identify the various ways that people in Canada express their identities (traditions, language, religion, spirituality, the arts, attire, relationship to land, role modelling) (I, CC, LPP)

10-2.1.5.

Students will explore understandings and dimensions of globalization (political, economic, social, other contemporary examples) (PADM, ER, CC)

10-2.1.6.

Students will explore the impact of communications technology and media on diversity (universalization of pop culture, hybridization, diversification) (I, CC, GC)

10-2.1.7.

Students will examine opportunities presented by globalization to identities and cultures of peoples in Canada (acculturation, accommodation, cultural revitalization, affirmation of identity, integration) (I, CC, GC)

10-2.1.8.

Students will examine challenges presented by globalization to identities and cultures of peoples in Canada (assimilation, marginalization, accommodation, integration, homogenization) (I, CC, GC)

10-2.1.9.

Students will analyze the efforts to promote languages and cultures in Canada in response to globalization (language and cultural legislation, revitalization of language and culture) (I, CC)

10-2.2.1.

Students will recognize and appreciate historical and contemporary consequences of European contact, historical globalization and imperialism on Aboriginal societies (TCC, CC, I, GC)

10-2.2.10.

Students will examine the consequences of imperialism in Canada for Aboriginal Peoples (Indian Act, consequences of residential schools, social impact on Indigenous peoples) (CC, TCC, I, GC)

10-2.2.11.

Students will analyze various attempts to address the consequences of imperialism in Canada (Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples, contemporary examples) (TCC, GC, PADM)

10-2.2.12.

Students will identify legacies of historical globalization and imperialism that continue to influence globalization (TCC, GC)

10-2.2.2.

Students will exhibit a global consciousness with respect to the human condition (GC, C)

10-2.2.3.

Students will accept social responsibilities associated with global citizenship (C, GC)

10-2.2.4.

Students will recognize and appreciate the validity of oral histories (TCC, CC)

10-2.2.5.

Students will recognize and appreciate various perspectives regarding the prevalence and impacts of Eurocentrism (TCC, CC, I)

10-2.2.6.

Students will identify the effects of cultural contact between Europeans and Indigenous peoples in Canada and one other location (exchange of goods and technologies, depopulation, influences on government) (TCC, CC, GC)

10-2.2.7.

Students will explore the foundations of historical globalization (rise of capitalism, industrialization, imperialism, Eurocentrism) (TCC, ER, PADM)

10-2.2.8.

Students will explore the relationship between historical globalization and imperialism (TCC, ER, LPP, PADM)

10-2.2.9.

Students will examine multiple perspectives on the political, economic and social impacts of imperialism in Canada (I, LPP, PADM)

10-2.3.1.

Students will recognize and appreciate multiple perspectives that exist with respect to the relationships among economics, politics, the environment and globalization (GC, ER, PADM)

10-2.3.2.

Students will recognize and appreciate impacts of globalization on the interdependent relationships among the economy, people and the environment (GC, ER, PADM)

10-2.3.3.

Students will explore various understandings of contemporary economic globalization (GC, ER)

10-2.3.4.

Students will identify foundations of contemporary globalization (Bretton Woods Conference) (TCC, PADM, ER)

10-2.3.5.

Students will identify factors contributing to the expansion of globalization since the Second World War (international agreements, international organizations, media and transportation technologies, transnational corporations) (TCC, GC, ER, PADM)

10-2.3.6.

Students will examine the political and economic challenges and opportunities of globalization (trade liberalization, foreign investment, economic growth, outsourcing, knowledge economy) (ER, PADM, GC)

10-2.3.7.

Students will explore multiple perspectives on relationships among people, the land and globalization (spirituality, stewardship, sustainability, resource development) (LPP, CC, GC, ER)

10-2.3.8.

Students will analyze the impact of actions and policies associated with globalization on the environment (land and resource use, resource development agreements, environmental legislation) (LPP, ER, GC)

10-2.3.9.

Students will examine multiple perspectives on sustainability and prosperity in a globalizing world (ER, LPP, CC)

10-2.4.1.

Students will recognize and appreciate the impact of globalization on the quality of life of individuals and communities (GC, C)

10-2.4.11.

Students will develop strategies to demonstrate active, responsible global citizenship (C, GC, PADM, ER)

10-2.4.2.

Students will recognize and appreciate the importance of human rights in determining quality of life (GC, C)

10-2.4.3.

Students will accept political, social and environmental responsibilities associated with global citizenship (C, GC, ER)

10-2.4.4.

Students will explore various understandings of quality of life (GC)

10-2.4.5.

Students will examine impacts of globalization on children and youth (awareness of global issues, employment issues, identity) (GC, C, PADM, ER)

10-2.4.6.

Students will examine impacts of globalization on women (gender issues, labour issues, opportunities for entrepreneurship) (GC, C, PADM, ER)

10-2.4.7.

Students will analyze relationships between globalization and democratization and human rights (GC, PADM)

10-2.4.8.

Students will examine how globalization affects individuals and communities (migration, technology, agricultural issues, pandemics, resource issues, contemporary issues) (GC, LPP)

10-2.S.1.1.

Analyze ideas and information from multiple sources

10-2.S.1.2.

Determine relationships among multiple sources of information

10-2.S.1.3.

Determine the validity of information based on context, bias, sources, objectivity, evidence or reliability

10-2.S.1.5.

Evaluate personal assumptions and opinions

10-2.S.1.6.

Determine the strengths and weaknesses of arguments

10-2.S.1.8.

Analyze current affairs from a variety of perspectives

10-2.S.1.9.

Identify main ideas underlying a position or issue

10-2.S.2.1.

Understand diverse historical and contemporary perspectives within and across cultures

10-2.S.2.2.

Analyze connections among patterns of historical change by identifying cause and effect relationships

10-2.S.2.3.

Compare and contrast historical narratives

10-2.S.2.4.

Identify and describe the impact of significant historical periods and patterns of change on society today

10-2.S.2.5.

Understand the difference between historical facts and historical interpretations

10-2.S.2.6.

Compare alternative historical narratives

10-2.S.2.7.

Develop reasoned arguments supported by historical and contemporary evidence

10-2.S.2.8.

Describe how changes in technology can benefit or harm society

10-2.S.2.9.

Use current, reliable information sources from around the world

10-2.S.3.1.

Analyze the ways in which physical and human geographic features influence world events

10-2.S.3.2.

Draw conclusions from maps and other geographic sources

10-2.S.3.3.

Locate, gather, interpret and organize information, using historical maps

10-2.S.3.4.

Assess the impact of human activities on the land and the environment

10-2.S.3.5.

Use current, reliable information sources from around the world, including online atlases

10-2.S.4.1.

Demonstrate skills needed to reach consensus, solve problems and formulate positions

10-2.S.4.2.

Use inquiry processes to make decisions and solve problems

10-2.S.4.3.

Apply ideas and strategies to contribute to decision making and problem solving

10-2.S.4.4.

Describe a plan of action to use technology to solve a problem

10-2.S.4.5.

Use appropriate tools and materials to accomplish a plan of action

10-2.S.5.1.

Demonstrate leadership by persuading, compromising and negotiating to resolve conflicts and differences

10-2.S.5.2.

Make meaningful contributions to discussion and group work

10-2.S.5.3.

Identify behaviours and attitudes that contribute or pose obstacles to cross-cultural understanding

10-2.S.5.4.

Consider the needs and perspectives of others

10-2.S.5.5.

Identify and use a variety of strategies to resolve conflicts peacefully and equitably

10-2.S.5.6.

Demonstrate cooperativeness in groups to solve problems

10-2.S.6.1.

Demonstrate leadership by engaging in actions that will enhance the well-being of self and others in the community

10-2.S.6.2.

Promote and respect the contributions of team members when working as a team

10-2.S.6.3.

Cooperate with others for the well-being of the community

10-2.S.7.1.

Develop and express an informed position on an issue

10-2.S.7.10.

Generate understandings of issues by using some form of technology to facilitate the process

10-2.S.7.2.

Develop conclusions based on evidence gathered through research of a wide variety of sources

10-2.S.7.3.

Use research tools and methods to investigate issues

10-2.S.7.4.

Consult a wide variety of sources, including oral histories, that reflect varied viewpoints on particular issues

10-2.S.7.5.

Revise questions on an issue as new information becomes available

10-2.S.7.6.

Select relevant information when conducting research

10-2.S.7.7.

Cite sources correctly to respect the ownership and integrity of information

10-2.S.7.8.

Use calendars, time management or project management software to assist in organizing the research process

10-2.S.7.9.

Plan and perform searches, using digital sources

10-2.S.8.1.

Communicate effectively in a variety of situations

10-2.S.8.2.

Engage in respectful discussion

10-2.S.8.3.

Use a variety of oral, written and visual sources to present informed positions on issues

10-2.S.8.4.

Ask respectful and relevant questions of others to clarify viewpoints on an issue

10-2.S.8.5.

Make respectful and reasoned comments on the topic of discussion

10-2.S.8.6.

Use technology to compose, revise and edit text

10-2.S.8.7.

Employ technologies to adapt information for context (situation, audience and purpose)

10-2.S.9.1.

Assess the authority, reliability and validity of electronically accessed information

10-2.S.9.2.

Analyze the validity of various points of view in media messages

10-2.S.9.3.

Analyze information from multiple sources, evaluating each source in terms of the author's perspective or bias and use of evidence

10-2.S.9.4.

Analyze the impact of various forms of media

10-2.S.9.5.

Demonstrate discriminatory selection of electronically accessed information