Curriculum Chart for Black History Portal

This chart shows how the portal on Black history fits within the curriculum guidelines of the Canadian provinces and territories. The material was prepared by 7th Floor Media of Simon Fraser University.

Grade

7

8

9

10

11

12

Alberta

Canada: Origins, Histories and Movement of People (E)

Canadian History from the 1760s to 1890s (E)

Canada: Oppor-
tunities and Challenges (G)

Canada in the Modern World (P)

The Growth of the Global Pers-
pective (P)

The Contem-
porary World (P)

British Columbia

 

Society and Culture (E)

 

*Social Studies 10(P)

Civic Studies 11 (G)

History 12 (P)

Manitoba

 

 

Contem-
porary Canadian Issues (G)

 

Canadian History (G)

World Issues (P)

New Brunswick

Empower-
ment (E)

Atlantic Canada in the Global Community (E)

Canadian Identity (E)

 

 

World Issues (P)

Newfoundland and Labrador

Empower-
ment (E)

 

Atlantic Canada in the Global Community (E)

 

 

Canadian Issues (G)

Global Econ-
omics (P)

Northwest Territories

Canada: Origins, Histories and Movement of People (E)

Canadian History from the 1760s to 1890s (E)

Canada: Oppor-
tunities and Challenges (G)

Canada in the Modern World (P)

The Growth of the Global Pers-
pective (P)

The Contem-
porary World (P)

Nova Scotia

Empower-
ment (E)

 

Atlantic Canada in the Global Community (P)

 

 

Global History (P)

Nunavut

Canada: Origins, Histories and Movement of People (E)

Canadian History from the 1760s to 1890s (E)

Canada: Oppor-
tunities and Challenges (G)

Canada in the Modern World (P)

The Growth of the Global Pers-
pective (P)

The Contem-
porary World (P)

Ontario

Early Canadian Settlement (E)

Expansion of Canada (G)

Geography of Canada (E)

 

Canadian History Since WW II (G)

Canada: History, Identity and Culture (G)

Prince Edward Island

Empower-
ment (E)

 

*Atlantic Canada in the Global Community (E)

 

 

History of Canada (G)

Québec

*Can be included as special project for all grade levels

 

 

 

 

 

 

Saskatchewan

 

Social Studies Unit 3 (E)

 

 

 

Canadian Studies 30: Culture, External Forces and Domestic Realities and Challenges and Oppor-
tunities (E)

Yukon

 

Society and Culture (E)

 

Social Studies 11 (P)

Civic Studies 11 (G)

History 12 (P)

E = Excellent Fit; G = Good Fit, P = Possible Fit
Note: This chart reflects where the theme of Black history fits into Canadian social studies, history, geography, in Grades 7-12 in its broadest sense, that is, by only examining the course topic and not expectations.

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