Grade 2: Regional and Global Communities Course (Mitchell Made)
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This Grade 2 Socials and English course focuses on Canada plus Regional and Global Communities. Students will explore Canadian mapping, government, history, and a variety of community lifestyles and industries.
A “sweet” study related to maple syrup introduces students to Aboriginal community values. English skills are embedded throughout and core competencies are practiced as the student engages in rich discussions and invitations to communicate their understanding.
This online product with access for one year from time of purchase will be found in your account in Courses after purchase.
- ISBN: 9781927474365
- Author: Holly Mitchell
- Ages: 6-9
The Mitchell Made Courses have a quality literature base and are designed from a Biblical perspective to meet the modernized BC curriculum standards. All courses in this series can be used multi-grade as activities can be adjusted for various ages. Students will experience all 3 core competencies throughout each prepared course: communication, thinking, and personal/social skills. This course is particularly suited to British Columbia requirements to help parents meet the required content easily.
The course is dependent on the resources in the Grade 2 Bundle 1 or Grade 2 Bundle 2 (which does not include Canada, My Country if you already have it from the Grade 1 course). You must acquire the resources by purchase or the library in order to properly use this course.
This is an online product. It is not downloadable. You will be enrolled in the course upon purchase. Please see the Enrolled tab. Access is available for one year from time of purchase.
Course includes: read-aloud suggested titles, oral discussion, grade appropriate writing activities, art fun, online links.
- Month 1 (September) Communities Built Around Natural Resources
- Month 2 (October) Crafting (Applied Design Skills and Technology)
- Month 3 & 4 (November & December) Canada Focus
- Month 5 (January) Community Aboriginal Focus & Traditions
- Month 6 (February) Community Story Focus
- Course Learning Samples Summary
- Tracking the Learning Outcomes