Students will explore historical aspects of globalization as well as the effects of globalization on lands, cultures, human rights and quality of life. Students will explore the relationships among globalization, citizenship, and identity. Considering multiple perspectives will allow students to examine the effects of globalization on peoples in Canada and other locations, including the impact on Aboriginal and Francophone communities. Students will develop skills to respond to issues emerging in an increasingly globalized world.

Description: 

Nationalism in Canada and Throughout the World is the second course in
the Knowledge and Employability stream. Students will examine various forms of nationalism and apply their perceptions to their own identity and sense of citizenship. 

Prerequisite:

  • None

Description:

Living in a Globalized World is the first course in the Knowledge and
Employability stream for students who are working toward a High School Certificate of Achievement. This course examines globalization, the process by which the world is becoming increasingly connected and interdependent. Students will explore historical aspects of globalization, as well as the effects of globalization on lands, cultures, human rights and quality of life.

Prerequisite:

  • None