This unit is an inquiry based unit! Inquiry-based learning refers to a transformation of the traditional classroom. This form of learning enhances comprehension, allows children to take ownership of their learning, and increases their engagement with the content.
This inquiry-based unit covers Grade 4: Social Studies: Unit 5: Canada's North.
In this unit, children will explore the Northwest Territories, one of Canada’s three northern territories, and learn about its physical geography and the people who live there. They will also learn about the important contributions of northern Indigenous people to Canada and how the North is a vital part of Canada. Learning about the North will help children to develop a sense of belonging and understand their place in Manitoba, Canada, and the place of others.
Children will learn by;
- watching videos
- asking and answering questions
- reading maps
- using cardinal directions
- sketching pictures
- developing new vocabulary
- reading and listening to stories
- making predictions
- creating art
- building and designing
- observing and analyzing visual art
- using their imagination
- writing and reflecting
- practice writing and speaking in a new language
- problem solving
- listening to music
- playing games
- making connections with schools in the Northwest Territories
- gather and sort information
- creating a video presentation
*Includes everything needed!!! (Except for the school supplies of course)
You do not have to purchase any textbooks, workbooks, or other resources. Everything you need comes in this unit and it meets many Math, Science, Art, and Social Studies Manitoba Curriculum outcomes for Grade 4.
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