for current BCLN member use
Textbook: none
Assessment: LG, Projects, Tests (Moodle Database)
Release Date: Sept/2017

2015 BCLearningNetwork
Includes: OCBC
Textbook: No Textbook Required
Exams: Moodle Database
Release Date: Sept/2015

Social Studies 10 is an online course that focuses on the growth of Canada, from colony to nationhood, with an emphasis on the years 1815 to 1914. Various themes are revisited throughout the course, including immigration, Canada's cultural mosaic, the use of art as a reflection of history, the changing nature of democracy, and the role of the First Nations in Canada's development. Themes from the past are linked to current events whenever possible.
There are four modules in this course. They are"
Module 1 - Canada> The Place, The People
Module 2 - A Nation Emerges
Module 3 - The Not so Wild West
Module 4 - Closer to Home - A Look at British Columbia

It is recommended that students complete:
? Social Studies 10
This course addresses the new Social Studies 11 IRP (published in September 2005) and prepares students for the new provincial exam.
Module 1 explores the structure of Canadian government, the political spectrum, and electoral systems. Modules 2 and 3 focus on Canada?s role in 20th century history, including the two World Wars, United Nations? peacekeeping efforts, and international affairs. Module 4 addresses population, standards of living, environmental challenges, and Canada?s response to global issues such as global warming and ozone layer depletion.
The course also includes an exam preparation package, with sample use of the interactive multimedia CD, Prospects. Occasionally, an atlas is required for this course, any atlas will do.