Civics and Citizenship Student Bundle: Student Book + 1-Year Single-User Student Website License

Hardcover | May 30, 2014

byAngelo Bolotta, Chelsea Donaldson, Ian Duncan

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The Student Book features enduring concepts and timeless understandings, written around an essential question/inquiry-based framework. This comprehensive, yet concise framework ensures the book will remain accessible, relevant, and affordable. Discipline-based thinking concepts are alsointegrated throughout the text.The Investigations Online Student Website is a dynamic, interactive resource designed to make inquiry-based learning manageable, fun, and effective. This website provides students with anytime, anywhere access to classroom-ready investigations, interactive investigation guides, multi-media primaryand secondary sources, an interactive e-Book edition of the Student Book, and downloadable content. The platform is updated annually based on user feedback.The Investigations Online student website explores the Essential Questions and Big Ideas by means of Investigation Questions. To see the complete Instructional Framework, a href="http://www.oupcanada.com/school/email/upload/CI%20Civics%20Matrix.pdf"click here/a.This student bundle includes one copy of the Civics and Citizenship Student Book and a 1-Year, Single-User License to the Civics and Citizenship Investigations Online Student Website.

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The Student Book features enduring concepts and timeless understandings, written around an essential question/inquiry-based framework. This comprehensive, yet concise framework ensures the book will remain accessible, relevant, and affordable. Discipline-based thinking concepts are alsointegrated throughout the text.The Investigation...

Authors: Angelo Bolotta - Retired Teacher, Principal and Consultant, Formerly of Toronto Catholic District School Board Chelsea Donaldson - Professional writer and editor Ian Duncan - Garth Webb Secondary School, Halton Disctrict School Board Marc Keirstead - Retired Teacher and Consultant, Formerly of York Catholic District School...

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:160 pages, 10.88 × 8.5 × 1 inPublished:May 30, 2014Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

The Power of Political ThinkingYou are politicalPolitical perspectivePolitical significanceObjectives and resultsStability and changeEvidenceEthical considerationsEssential Question 1: Want change? What should you do about it?Big Idea: Power and privilege can lead to injusticeBig Idea: Inaction has consequencesBig Idea: Activism can make a differenceBig Idea: In some cases, legal action may not be enoughEssential Question 2: How should we balance individual rights and common good?Big Idea: Everyone has rightsBig Idea: Rights must be respected for the common goodBig Idea: Competing rights must be balancedBig Idea: Citizens need to speak out about rights abuseEssential Question 3: How should our government work?Big Idea: Government should address the needs of its citizensBig Idea: Government structures help us live togetherBig Idea: There are different perspectives on the role of governmentBig Idea: Citizens have the power to choose their governmentEssential Question 4: Is our justice system just?Big Idea: Every Canadian is entitled to fundamental justiceBig Idea: Providing justice requires laws, institutions, and proceduresBig Idea: Ideas about justice changeBig Idea: Justice systems sometimes failEssential Question 5: If you didn't live in Canada, would you want to?Big Idea: Citizenship is about more than where you were bornBig Idea: Citizens in Canada share key democratic beliefs and valuesBig Idea: Ideas about citizenship change over timeBig Idea: Canadians are global citizens