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Grades 5 & 10 Government and Democracy

Started Dec 6, 2012 0 Replies

In Ontario (Canada), government and democracy are required learning for students in Grades 5 and 10. Following the lesson delivery in Grade 5 (part of social studies), these concepts are revisited in…Continue

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Grades 5 & 10 Government and Democracy

In Ontario (Canada), government and democracy are required learning for students in Grades 5 and 10. Following the lesson delivery in Grade 5 (part of social studies), these concepts are revisited in Grade 10 (civics half-credit). Grade 5 Social Studies CurriculumGrade 10 Civics…See More
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