1998 Learning Strategies
Learning Strategy 15
Current Issues/Lesson Plan 1 : What Matters To You
Lois Gluck (AB)
- To understand
the roles and responsibilities of various
individuals and government bodies, as
well as to recognise the features of the
dynamic interplay between them.
To appreciate and to respect the benefits of our Canadian parliamentary system.
To develop the critical analysis skill necessary to deal with fundamental issues relating to Canadian parliamentary democracy.
- After a general overview of government, students will narrow their focus to an understanding of the genesis of a bill from a conceptual idea to signing the bill into law.
- To identify and prioritize current issues that affect the student and his / her family and that may require action and could become part of a party platform.
- Current newspapers, magazines, television, interviews with family members.
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