Curriculum Content & Competencies
Kindergarten Language Arts: How can I share my ideas through pictures and words?
Kindergarten Cross Curricular: How can I make and create to tell my story?
Kindergarten Science: What is matter? How to I observe and describe matter in my world?
Grade 1 Language Arts: Oral Storytelling – What is my story?
Grade 2/3 Cross Curricular: Who are our monsters? How many different ways can we catch them?
Grade 3 Cross Curricular: How do we use language in creative and playful ways to describe and help others understand our imaginary worlds?
Grade 3 Language Arts: What is creative and playful language? How can I use creative and playful language in a story?
Grade 3/4 Language Arts: What makes a good friend? How can I be a better friend?
Grade 3/4 Science: How do living things interact with and respond to their local environments?
Grade 3/4 Science: How have Earth’s elements changed the Arctic land?
Grade 4/5 Language Arts: How can I use language in poetry creatively to tell the story of an image?
Grade 4/5 Language Arts: What are stories? How can we use language to be creative through story?
Grade 6 Science: What is the relationship between force and motion? How do Newton’s three laws relate to force and motion?
Grade 6/7 Social Studies: How can we learn from our history in Canada so we can better respond to and value our diversity?
Grade 6/7 Language Arts: What is language? How do we use language purposefully to communicate important information about flooding in the Grand Forks and surrounding areas?
Grade 6/7 Language Arts: How do stories (and other text) help me understand the world? How do these stories (and other text) help me better understand myself?
Grade 6/7 Fine Arts: Why do we take photographs and what stories can they tell us?
Grade 6/7 Science: What is the relationship between force and motion? How do Newton’s three laws relate to force and motion?
Grade 7 Social Studies: What conditions shaped the emergence of civilizations?
Math 8: What is Pythagorean Theory and how does Pythagorean Theory connect, relate, describe and measure lines and shapes in our world?
Math 8: What a discreet linear relationship? Why is it useful in the world?
French 8: How is Canadian culture similar/ different to Francophone cultures around the world?
Science 8: What are cells? Why do we need them?
Science 9: Why do we need the sun?
Science 9: What are cells? Where do they come from? (asexual & human sexual reproduction)
Science 9: Where do cells come from? (sexual reproduction)
English 9: How can stories and text help connect ourselves to our community and to others? How can connection help us understand ourselves and our community?
Math 9: What is a continuous linear relationship? How can we use patterns in linear relationships to make predictions? What are the different ways to represent linear relations?
Grade 10-12 Ceramics & Sculpture: How can we understand and share stories of the Pre Columbian era through the creation of traditional ceramic vessels?
Grade 10 English: How can I gather and use information to influence and educate others?
English – New Media 11: How does where we come from influence how we understand our place in this world?
Grade 12 Law: How does the Canadian Charter of Rights & Freedoms affect the daily life of different groups in Canada?
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