CURRICULUM CONNECTION: THE CANADIAN CONSTITUTION AND ENVIRONMENTAL LAW
SOCIAL 10-1 Perspectives on Globalization
KEY ISSUE: To what extent should we embrace globalization?
KEY OUTCOME: Students will understand, assess and respond to the complexities of globalization.
Related Issue 1: To what extent should globalization shape identity?
Related Outcome 1: Students will explore the impacts of globalization on their lives.
- British constitutional law was brought here as a consequence of colonialism (early globalization). How has this shaped Canadian identity?
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Related Issue 2: To what extent should contemporary society respond to the legacies of historical globalization?
Related Outcome 2: Students will assess the impacts of historical globalization on Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples.
- Are there histories of globalization evident in our constitution?
- Does globalization play a role in arguments for/against incorporation of the environment into our Constitution?
- Which argument is stronger?