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Sharing the planet How we organize
ourselves
Who we are Where we are in
place and time
How we express
ourselves
How the world
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Central Idea:
Children worldwide face
a variety of challenges
and risks.


Lines of Inquiry:
Challenges and risks
that children face.
How children
respond to these
challenges and risks
Ways in which
individuals,
organizations and
nations work to
protect children from
risks.
Central Idea:
Communities depend on
global trade to produced
good and services.


Lines of Inquiry:
The global movement
of goods and services
Identify the
characteristics of
developed and
developing countries
Influence of fair trade
on global economies

Central Idea:
Our bodies are
complicated machines
that require
understanding and
maintenance.


Lines of Inquiry:
Different systems and
the way they work.
How to maintain the
work of each system
How systems are
related and functioned
Central Idea:
Evidence of past
civilizations can be used
to make connections to
present-day societies
Lines of inquiry
Characteristics of
civilizations and
societies
Connections between
past and present
Implications for the
future
Processes involved in
collecting, analyzing
and validating
evidence
Central Idea:
The way we communicate
perspectives, can
influence its impact on
others
Lines of inquiry:
How concepts are
expressed
The relationship between
message and delivery
The role of the arts in
culture and society


Central Idea:
The design of buildings
and structures is
dependent upon the
environment and available
materials.
Lines of inquiry
Considerations to take
into account when
building a structure
How building impacts
on the environment
Indigenous and local
architecture and its
connection to the
needs of the
community and
availability of
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Learner Profile
Communicator
Caring
Principled

Attitudes
Empathy
Appreciation
Cooperation


Learner Profile
Balanced
Thinker
Open-minded

Attitudes
Independence
Integrity
Appreciation


Learner Profile
Knowledgeable
Inquirer
Balanced

Attitudes
Enthusiasm
Curiosity
Cooperation


Learner Profile
Inquirer
Reflective
Thinker

Attitudes
Integrity
Creativity
Enthusiam

Learner Profile
Courageous/Risk Taker
Knowledgeable
Open-Minded

Attitudes
Confidence
Appreciation
Respect

Learner Profile
Risk Taker/Courageous
Reflective
Principled

Attitudes
Tolerance
Creativity
Curiosity
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Key Concepts
Reflection
Causation
Responsibility

Related Concepts:
Behavior and
responsibility
Impact
Rights

Key Concepts
Form
Connection
Responsibility

Related Concepts:
Pattern
Relationships and
networks
Initiatives

Key Concepts
Form
Function
Connection

Related Concepts:
Structure
Systems and roles
Networks

Key Concepts
Form
Change
Connection

Related Concepts:
Similarities/
Differences
Adaptation and
transformation
Systems

Key Concepts
Function
Connection
Perspective
Related Concepts:
Behavior
Relationships
Opinions and
subjectivity

Key Concepts
Reflection
Responsibility
Causation
Related concepts:
Evidence and review
Sustainability
Transformation and
impact
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Social Skills
Accepting
responsibility:
completing tasks and
sharing responsibility
Group Decision
Making: Working
towards and
obtaining consensus.
Adopting a Variety of
Group Roles: Acting
according to
situations; being a
leader and taking
chances.

Thinking Skills
Acquisition of
Knowledge: Gaining
facts and ideas.
Metacognition:
Analyzing ones own
and others thought
processes.

Self Management
Skills
Organization:
Planning and
carrying out activities
effectively.
Codes of Behavior:
Knowing and
applying appropriate
rules for groups
situations.
Informed Choices:
Selecting appropriate
courses of action.
Thinking Skills
Dialectical thought:
being able to construct
an argument for each
point of view, based on
knowledge of the
others
Evaluation

Researching Skills
Recording data:
describing and recording
observations by drawing
Collecting data:
gathering information
from a variety of primary
and secondary sources.

Communication Skills
Speaking: stating an
opinion
Social Skills
Cooperation: working
cooperatively in
groups; sharing
materials
Respecting others:
making decisions
based on fairness
and equality
Resolving Conflict:
Listening carefully to
others, reacting
reasonable to the
situation

Researching Skills
Planning: developing
a course of action
and devising ways to
find out necessary
information
Observing: using all
the senses to notice
details
Interpreting data:
drawing conclusions
from relationships
and patterns
Recording data: note
taking
Self Management Skills:
Safety: engaging in
personal behavior
that avoids putting
yourself and others at
risk
Healthy Lifestyle:
making informed
choices to have a
balanced life.

Researching Skills:
Formulating
Questions
Gathering Data
Presenting Findings

Self Management Skills:
Planning and using
time wisely

Communication
Skills:
Writing: keeping a
journal or record
Presenting:
Constructing visuals to
present an idea
Non-verbal
communication:
interpreting and utilizing
symbols
Reading: Comprehending
what has been read

Thinking Skills
Comprehension:
Grasping meaning from
material learned
Dialectic thought: Points
of view and thinking about
the same idea from
different perspectives.

Communication
Skills:

Non verbal:
recognizing the
meaning of visual and
kinesthetic
communication
Visual: interpreting
images and language
to convey ideas,
values and beliefs


Thinking Skills:
Application: making
use of previously
applied knowledge in
practical or new ways
Synthesis: creating,
designing, developing
Analysis: taking
knowledge or ideas
apart, and seeing
relationships



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Know, Wonder,
Learned chart
Homework Tasks
Cyrits Prompts
Assembly
Preparation
Classroom posters
brainstorms
Visible thinking
strategies for market
planning process
and adaptations
Circle of Action
rainbow of
responsibilities
Body part dissections
Science experiments
to show systems in
the body
Guiding questions
and class questions
Mind maps
Perspective specs
view and issue
through another
point of view
Text message what
is this images trying
to say?
Question Webs
Head, hand, heart
reflections
Council Circle and
Mindfulness activities
Peace Ladder
Student Council
Initiatives
Use videos and
Youtube to prompt
inquiry
Team work problem
solving of tasks
Case studies to prompt
discussion
Cyrit Prompts
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Teacher Rubric
Homework
Portfolio
Group Discussions
Bulletin board
Reflections
Cyrits
Journals
Summative
Assessment Market
Think-Pair-Share
Homework
Portfolio
Collaborative Rubric
Rubric
Group Presentations
Visual thinking
strategies ongoing
Summative
Diamond justifications
Group discussions
and reflections
Collaborative Rubric
Summative
Assessment Task
Homework Tasks
Partner sharing time
Group Discussions
whole class
Portfolio
Student Initiative Rubric
Image, Colour, Symbol
Reflections
Group Discussions
Council Circle Times
Interviews
Summative
Assessment Task
Student Initiative Rubric
Summative
Assessment Task
Portfolio
Experiments
Homework
Peer, Self and Teacher
Assessments
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Shape and Space
Coordinates and
positioning: SS 24
SS31
Pattern and Function
Analyzing patterns to
solve real life
problems: PF6- PF8

Measurement
Scales, length, area,
mass, volume,
capacity: M1 M26
Data Handling
Graphs, mode,
medium and means:
DH1 DH10
Number
Fractions and decimals
Word Problems: N30
Number
Percentages: N41,
N48, N65, N62, N63,
N65
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Shape and Space
2D and 3D shapes:
SS 1 23

Number
Multiplication facts,
multiples of number:
N17, N18
Word Problems: Add,
Subtract, Multiply,
Divide
Number
Multiplication and
Division: N19, N24,
N26, N27
Number
Prime numbers: N23
Square numbers: N25
Word problems
focusing on factors
(algebra): N30
Data Handling
Chance: DH11
DH17
Number
Place value/Multi digit
subtraction and
addition: N1-N16
Factors of numbers:
N22
Parts of a whole: N31
Measurement
Temperature and time:
M27 M34

Pattern and Function
Relationships and
pattern between
operations: PF1 PF 5

Number
Division: N20 -
N28, N29
Pattern and Function
Fractions and
decimals: PF9, PF10

Number
Division: N21
Fractions and
decimals: N32 N40,
N42 - N47, N49 N61
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Listening and Speaking
Argue persuasively:
LS12
Understand how
language can points
of view: LS15

Writing
Select vocab
according to
audience: WR7
Content specific
vocab: WR8
Persuasive writing:
WR25

Listening and Speaking
Write words in short
phrases: LS14

Viewing and Presenting
Role of advertising:
VP2
Begin to select
appropriate
presentation for work:
VP10

Writing
Expository writing:
WR25
Proper punctuation:
WR1
Proper grammar: WR2
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Listening and Speaking
Find and respond to
more complex
directions, instructions
and messages: LS6
Understand ideas and
opinions: LS8

Viewing and Presenting
Basic elements of a
poster: VP3
Critical and
analytical skills: VP6
Categorize visual
document: VP12

Reading
Scanning for
information: R10
Respond to text: R12

Writing
Write stories: WR20
Similes, alliterations
and onomatopoeia:
WR22
Maintain tense
throughout text:
WR5

Listening and Speaking
Identifying main
ideas: LS7
Share findings with
peers: LS13
Begin to prepare and
present individual
presentation: LS16
Begin to listen
appropriately for
sustained period of
time: LS17

Viewing and Presenting
Strategies to find
appropriate
resources: VP5
Search, record and
present info: VP7
Explore and use
visual
communication:
VP8
Form and quality of
presentation: VP11

Reading
Use reference
books, dictionary
and IT: R14
Locate, access,
organize and
systemize info: R15

Writing
Report writing:
WR25
Appropriate writing
process: WR15
Editing work: WR17
Wide range of
spelling strategies:
WR19
Listening and Speaking
Listen for purpose: LS3
Explain and discuss
own stories: LS11

Viewing and Presenting
Study and interpret still
presentation (picture,
painting etc): VP4
View, analyze and
discuss variety of
media: VP9

Reading
Recognize authors
purpose: R7
Identify elements of a
story: R9
Categorize literature:
R16
Awareness of poetry:
R17
Words evoking
imagery: R18

Writing
Narrative writing and
Recount: WR25
Accurately spelling
and resource use:
WR6
Composing poetry:
WR23

Listening and Speaking
Power of Language
and its affect on
others: LS1
Listen appreciatively
and responsibly: LS2
Be sensitive to others
use of language: LS4

Reading
Understand, respond
to ideas, feelings and
attitudes: R6


Writing:
Procedure writing:
WR25
Descriptive narratives
information
paragraphs: WR9
Informational reports:
WR21



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Listening and Speaking
Follow more complex stories: LS5, Use language confidently, appropriately and purposefully: LS9, Use a range of vocabulary: LS10, Begin to show interest for other
languages: LS18, Begin to identify differences and similarities of other languages: LS19

Viewing and Presenting
Awareness of presence of media: VP1, Use a range of technologies: VP13

Reading
Read independently, fluently, accurately, with understanding: R1, Daily individual silent reading: R2, Reading for pleasure and information: R3, Reading reflections: R4,
Understand and respond to ideas: R5, Make inferences: R8, Generate questions from reading: R11, Read text aloud: R13

Writing
Write for range of purpose: WR10, Show awareness of structure: WR11, Write in cursive style: WR12, Use word processing: WR13, Write independently: WR14, Consider
and act on responses of others to their writing: WR16, Formulate and respond to different types of writing: WR18

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Living Things
Study of systems in
humans and
relationships among
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Earth and Space
Renewable and non-
renewable energy
sources
Sustainability
Living Things
Biology
Genetics
Growth
Relationship with their
environment
Materials and Matter
Properties of
materials
Technological
advances
N/A Materials and Matter
Properties and uses of
materials
Structures

Forces and Energy
Inventions and
Machines
Mechanics
Pollution
Power Production

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Social Organization and
Culture
Study of people,
communities, cultures
Authority
Rights
Conflict

Resources and the
Environment
Poverty
Wealth
Human Systems and
Economic Activities
How and why people
construct systems
Distribution of power
and authority
Production
Employment
Cooperation

Social Organization and
Culture
Interaction between
groups
Networks

Resources and the
Environment
Human management
of resources
Sustainability

N/A Continuity and Change
Through Time
Past, its influence
on the present
Civilizations
Exploration
Progress

Social Organization and
Culture
Artifacts
Traditions



Social Organization and
Culture
Interaction of Group
Identity
Communication
Traditions
Diversity

Human Systems and
Economic Activities
Ways in which people
connect
Cooperation
Resources and the
Environment
Allocation and
management of
resources

Human and Natural
Environment
Settlements
Landscape
Population

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Interactions
Control
Discrimination
Fair play
Justice
Peace
Interactions
Conflict
Team Work
Community
Interdependence

Identity
Initiative
Perseverance
Self-regulation

Identity
Ethnicity
Gender
Sexuality

Active Living
Healthy lifestyle
Body forms
Active Living
Aesthetics

Identity
Autonomy
Diversity
Enthnicity

Interactions
Belonging
Culture
Team Work
Conflict

Identity
Trust
Self regulation
Initiative
Active Living
Goal Setting
Competition
Challenge
Endurance
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