Lesson and Unit Plans 2009 by ipr10496

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									Lesson
and Unit
Plans
2009
Available online or for borrowing from the
STEWART RESOURCES CENTRE
Please Note:

Many of the unit plans in this catalogue have been developed by Saskatchewan
educators who have participated in Writing Workshops sponsored and delivered by
the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation, the Ministry of Education, and the
Saskatchewan Professional Development Unit. In order to differentiate between
the various projects, these unit plans have been identified by the following phrases
that appear after the title of the unit plan: Global Education, Core French - Writing
Workshop, French Immersion - Writing Workshop, Aboriginal
Content/Perspectives, Technological Literacy, Multigrade Project, as well as
Writing Workshop to denote generic workshops.




Other unit plans and activities have been contributed by individual teachers and
school divisions or are reprinted from subject council journals and other sources.


Disclaimer:

These unit plans and activities are published in order to provide ideas and
supports for teachers in planning units of instruction. They are not intended
to replace the provincial curricula. In many cases, these materials were
written before curriculum revisions were made, so teachers are therefore
encouraged to follow the curricula in order to ensure that units are planned
with newer contexts and outcomes in mind.




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                                                Table of Contents
General Information ............................................................................................................ 4

Aboriginal Languages.......................................................................................................... 8

Arts Education ..................................................................................................................... 8

Career Guidance ................................................................................................................ 11

Christian Ethics.................................................................................................................. 12

English Language Arts ...................................................................................................... 12

French - Core French, French Immersion, and French as a First Language ..................... 17

Health................................................................................................................................. 30

Integrated Studies .............................................................................................................. 31

Library Activities............................................................................................................... 33

Life Transitions 30............................................................................................................. 34

Mathematics....................................................................................................................... 34

Native Studies.................................................................................................................... 38

Physical Education ............................................................................................................ 38

Practical and Applied Arts................................................................................................. 38

Science............................................................................................................................... 38

Social Studies .................................................................................................................... 43

New Unit Plans.................................................................................................................. 49

Alphabetical List of Titles ................................................................................................. 50

Numerical List of Titles..................................................................................................... 55




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                                General Information
              Educators in Saskatchewan may borrow these materials
                    by contacting the Stewart Resources Centre.
              Please note that most unit plans are also available online.

1. The materials have been categorized according to subject area and general grade level.
   The heading Integrated Studies has been used for items that teachers will find useful in
   several subject areas.

2. Materials are available for borrowing from the Stewart Resources Centre, STF, 2317
   Arlington Avenue, Saskatoon, SK S7J 2H8; Tel: 306-373-1660; Fax: 306-374-1122;
   Email: src@stf.sk.ca

3. Partial display sets are available upon request for teacher workshops, institutes, and other
   meetings.

4. Most of the instructional units are also available online at the following web address:
   www.stf.sk.ca. The notation (AVAILABLE ONLINE) indicates which units are online.
   Click on Stewart Resources Centre, then choose Online Catalogue & Unit Plans -
   this page provides pull-down menus from which you can choose the subject and
   grade level of the unit plans that you require.

5. Contributions of new materials are essential for the growth and success of the Centre.
   Teachers should send their contributions on CD-ROM or by email attachment to the
   STF’s Stewart Resources Centre, 2317 Arlington Avenue, Saskatoon, SK S7J 2H8.
      • All contributions should be accompanied by a letter claiming authorship and
          granting permission to print, to duplicate and to post to the internet.
      • In conjunction with teacher selection and screening committees, the STF will
          prepare and edit, if necessary, the materials for duplication and distribution.
      • No remuneration is paid for contributions, but authorship is acknowledged on the
          title page.
      • Copyright: Teachers may use these copyright materials in the preparation of their
          units, provided it is for a non-commercial purpose, their sources are
          acknowledged, and if necessary, the copyright holder's permission to use the
          materials is obtained.

Guidelines for Unit Submissions
Please include the following information in each unit submitted to the Centre:

Unit Writing Checklist
Title Page includes:
    • Title of unit
    • Grade level(s)
    • Subject area(s)
    • Author’s name(s)


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Concept Map or Concept Grid:
  • Provides an overview that highlights major activities pertaining to each curricular
      focus.
  • Users can see at a glance the major components of the unit.

Table of Contents provided.

Unit Goals and Student Outcomes:
   • are referenced by page number to the specific curricula;
   • describe in specific terms what students will know and be able to do as a result of
       completing the unit;
   • include all types: knowledge, skills, products, and attitudes; and
   • are limited in number in order that they reflect an achievable goal given the time frame
       of the unit.

Essential Questions:
   • Three or four essential questions frame or guide the unit.

Instructional Strategies and Learning Activities:
   • A variety of instructional strategies are used.
   • The strategies and activities used provide a variety of activities that promote students’
       active engagement in learning.
   • Activities include a variety of ways for students to represent their learning including
       written, oral, and visual assignments.
   • Suggestions are made for possible adaptations to environment, activities, resources, and
       assessment in order to respond to a variety of abilities and learning styles.
   • Provision is made for resource-based learning by including web-based, print, audio-
       visual, human, and community resources.

Equity and Diversity:
  • Environment, resources, and strategies attend to issues of equity and diversity
      including:
          o Aboriginal Content and Perspectives;
          o Multicultural Education;
          o Adaptive Dimension/Differentiated Instruction;
          o Gender Equity;
          o Other.

Assessment and Evaluation:
   • Assessment indicators are included that provide ongoing information on the
      achievement of lesson and unit goals and student outcomes.
   • Assessment tools are varied and may include: anecdotal records, performance tasks,
      portfolios, checklists, rubrics, self and peer assessments, as well as tests and quizzes.




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Alignment of Curricular Components:
   • Objectives, instructional strategies, learning activities and assessment build upon and
      support each other.
   • There is cohesion amongst all elements in the unit.

Bibliography:
   • A complete bibliography of all resources is provided in APA format.
   • Copyright principles are adhered to – the work of others is adapted and appropriately
       cited.

No remuneration is paid for contributions but authorship is acknowledged on the title page.
Materials will be made available free-of-charge on our web page. For further information,
send an email to Joan Elliott at elliottj@stf.sk.ca.

Mail submissions on CD-ROM (or send an email attachment to src@stf.sk.ca) with a
paper copy to:

                  Stewart Resources Centre
                  Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation
                  2317 Arlington Avenue
                  Saskatoon, SK S7J 2H8

6. Non-print materials and special programs: The Centre will also accept audio-visual
   materials and teacher-developed handbooks for lending to Saskatchewan teachers.

   An online version of this catalogue is available at: www.stf.sk.ca. Click on Stewart
   Resources Centre.




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Lesson
and
Unit
Plans



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ABORIGINAL LANGUAGES
Elementary Level
P112.13 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Beginning Reading and Writing in the Cree Language “Y” Dialect (Writing Workshop)
Carter, Irene. 2003.
Several introductory lessons on how to teach reading and writing in the Cree language “Y” dialect are presented in
this unit. Suggestions are given for saying the Cree alphabet and for creating reading booklets in Cree. 32 p.



ARTS EDUCATION
(Includes Visual Art, Drama, Dance, and Music)
Elementary Level
P107.5 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Music Bingo
Olson, Stephanie. 2005.
This music bingo game can be used in unit three of the elementary Arts Education
curriculum. It deals with creating notation and reading rhythm notation. 20 p.

P122.1
People
Saskatoon Board of Education. 1992.
This kindergarten/grade one unit incorporates objectives from the elementary Arts Education and Science curricula.
24 p.

P122.2
Animals
Saskatoon Board of Education. 1992.
Elementary Arts Education and Science objectives are the focus of this kindergarten/grade one unit. 16 p.

P122.3
Landscapes
Saskatoon Board of Education. 1992.
This kindergarten/grade one unit incorporates elementary Arts Education and Science objectives. 14 p.

P122.4
Plants
Saskatoon Board of Education. 1992.
Objectives from the elementary Arts Education and Science curricula are the focus of this kindergarten/grade one
unit. 24 p.

P122.5
Earth
Saskatoon Board of Education. 1992.
Objectives from the elementary Arts Education and Science curricula are the focus of this kindergarten/grade one
unit. 16 p.

P122.6
The Sky
Saskatoon Board of Education. 1992.
Science and Arts Education objectives form the basis of this kindergarten/grade one unit. 22 p.




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                                                    P122.7
                                                   Transportation (Motion)
                                      Saskatoon Board of Education. 1992.
                                    This kindergarten/grade one unit is organized around objectives from the
                         elementary Arts Education and Science curricula. 20 p.

P122.8
Machines
Saskatoon Board of Education. 1992.
This grade two/three unit is based on elementary Arts Education and Science objectives. 20 p.

P122.9
Food
Saskatoon Board of Education. 1992.
Science and Arts Education objectives form the basis of this grade two/three unit plan. 16 p.

P122.10
Dinosaurs
Saskatoon Board of Education. 1992.
This grade two/three unit plan is centred on Science and Arts Education objectives. 12 p.

P122.11
Constructed Environment
Saskatoon Board of Education. 1992.
Science and Arts Education objectives form the basis of this grade two/three
elementary unit plan. 20 p.

P122.12
Natural Environment
Saskatoon Board of Education. 1992.
This grade two/three unit centres on elementary Arts Education and Science
objectives. 16 p.

P122.13 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Teaching Visual Art : Grades Two to Four
Gabert, Ingrid. 2002.
This visual art unit suitable for students from grades two to four uses the theme of chairs to explore the cultural/
historical, critical/responsive, and creative/productive components of art objects. 11 p.

E122.1
Body
Saskatoon Board of Education. 1992.
Geared to students in grades four and five, this unit incorporates Arts Education and Science objectives. 24 p.

E122.2
Communities
Saskatoon Board of Education. 1992.
This grade four/five unit incorporates objectives from the elementary Arts Education and Science curricula. 28 p.




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                        E122.3
                          Fossils and Rocks
                                   Saskatoon Board of Education. 1992.
                                    Objectives from the elementary Arts Education and Science curricula form the
                                    basis of this grade 4/5 unit plan. 26 p.

                                  E122.4
                                  Insects/Bugs
                               Saskatoon Board of Education. 1992.
                                This grade four/five unit is centred on objectives from the elementary Arts
                                Education and Science curricula. 20 p.



Middle Level
E107.4 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Celebrations of the Pacific Rim : A Music Research Project
Earl, Marilynne. Krug, Deanna. 1991.
This is a comprehensive research project incorporating the Common Essential Learnings using the cooperative
planning model and the resource-based learning approach. 23 p.


E107.6 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Africa and Its Music : A Look at Southern African Countries and African Drumming
Huculiak, Andrea. 2005.
This grade six Music/ELA unit plan allows students to explore the culture and music of Africa. Aspects of English
Language Arts are addressed through research, oral presentations and creative writing, along with activities for
comparing countries in southern Africa with Canada based on geographic, historical, cultural and sociological
research of each country. 59 p.

E122.5
Mystery of Masks
Arnason, Karen. 1996.
This middle years cross-cultural Arts Education unit includes the strands of music, drama, dance, and visual art,
demonstrating the use of masks in ceremonies and celebrations. Activities in guided imagery, mask making,
puppetry, role play and improvisation are presented. 100 p.

E122.6 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Street People : Integrated Arts Education Unit (Grade Six)
Melle, Debra. 1999.
This grade six unit uses a contextual approach to drama. Students use magazines to conduct current event research
on street people and the homeless and then use such drama strategies as tableau, student in role, tapping-in and
flashforwards to explore the issues and create dramatic works. 6 p.


E122.7 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Art Attraction : Researching the Great Masters and Their Works
Martin, Shari. Libke, Shannon. 2002.
This grade six Visual Arts unit focuses on the cultural/ historical and critical/responsive
curriculum components. Students complete a resource-based unit on the life and work of a
great master by obtaining information from print resources and the internet. Using
PowerPoint, students present their research to teachers, classmates and parents at an Art
Gallery evening. 11 p.




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Secondary Level
S104.1 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Transformations : Object to Art : A Unit Plan for Visual Art 10
Burns, Sherron. DesRoches, Donna. 2002.
Using print materials and the World Wide Web, students research an artist of their choice and then create a poster
and "object d’art" based on the technique and style of the artist. Students then curate a display of their works for
teachers and students at the school to view. 9 p.

S107.1
Rock Band Simulation
Sylvester, Doug. 1990.
This is a thematic unit that encourages integration of skills in English Language Arts, Mathematics, and Arts
Education. 16 p.

S107.3
Cooperative Unit of Study for Grade Nine Music
Pilling, Leland. Tonita, Bill. 1990.
This is a cooperatively-planned resource-based unit designed to meet individual interests of students. 16 p.

                               S111.1 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
                               Designing a Character : A Drama Unit for Drama 20
                               Pattison, Susan. 2005.
                               Character development is the main theme, using objectives from the Drama 20
                               curriculum, easily adapted for Drama 9, 10, or 30. Activities include imaginary
                               character, character collage, developing back story, character history, characters in
                               conflict, and writing/presenting character monologues. Sample monologues from the
                                internet are provided. 35 p.


S111.5
Story Circles
Murphy, Kelly. Smillie, Ruth. 1986.
Story Circles documents the storytelling and collective theatre techniques used by the authors with inner-city
students. The suggested activities can be readily adapted to other situations. Photographs by Becky James. 160 p.



CAREER GUIDANCE
Middle Level
E110.23 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Ready for Work : The Middle Years - Building Work-Readiness Skills
Pillay, Margaret. Saskatchewan Ministry of Advanced Education, Employment and
Labour. Saskatchewan Professional Development Unit. 2008.
This resource introduces the development of work-readiness skills to middle years
students. This work will provide an introduction to the Ready for Work framework used
by students in the senior years. The lessons in this resource reflect the competencies
outlined in the National Life/Work Centre’s Blueprint for Life/Work Designs document.
156 p.




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CHRISTIAN ETHICS
Middle Level
E123.1 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
We are People of the Cross
Baragar, Jodi. Bechard, Ellen. 1999.
This grade 7 unit integrates religious education with Arts Education, Social Studies and English Language Arts to
develop students’ understanding of the symbolism of the cross. Students conduct surveys and research to become
aware of the prevalence of crosses in their daily lives and to understand the historical origins of the cross. 7 p.



Secondary Level
S123.1 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Christian Ethics 10 : The Christian Story
Morissette, Pierre. 1999.
This unit presents several activities designed to assist students in better understanding their life stories and faith
journeys and to assist them in assessing their gifts, talents and limitations. 18 p.



ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS
Elementary Level
                                    P112.24 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
                                    Friendship : An Exploration Through Literature - Years K-3 (Global
                                   Education)
                                   Collins, Laurie. 1992.
                                   This unit integrates literature with English Language Arts, family life, Social
                                   Studies, and religious studies. A variety of activities are developed around picture
                                   books on the friendship theme. This unit has a global education approach for
                                   students to explore the concepts of peace, cooperation, social justice, and
                                   multicultural understanding. 14 p.


P112.25 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Celebrate Saskatchewan : An English Language Arts
Unit for Grade 4
Cloutier, Louise. Erlandson, Cheryl. 2007.
This unit is designed to respond to the objectives in the
Grade 4 English Language Arts Curriculum. The intent of
this unit is to utilize a variety of student-centered activities
to respond to the essential questions: What makes
Saskatchewan a unique and special place to live? and What
are the stories of Saskatchewan’s people and places?
Because the Saskatchewan theme is foundational in both
English Language Arts and in Social Studies at the Grade 4
level, this unit could readily be integrated with the Social
Studies curriculum. 33 p.

P112.27 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Writing Program for Primary Grades (Technological Literacy Writing Workshop)
Knezacek, Marlys. 1995.
The author has outlined a plan for introducing a writing program in grade two. A link to technology is made through
having students visit the local newspaper office. 22 p.



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P112.28 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Technical Kids (Technological Literacy Writing Workshop)
Pocha, Charlotte. 1995.
This unit is designed to extend students' knowledge of technology. Children will have the opportunity to explore
how technology has affected our methods of communication. Through literature, poetry, human resources, and class
use of technology, students should develop an understanding that technology both shapes and is shaped by society.
38 p.

P112.29
Forests : Environment Unit with Indian and Métis Content and Perspectives (Grade Three)
Jule, Charmaine. Goertzen, Roxene. Grainger, Edith. 1995.
This English Language Arts unit focuses on the context of the environment. Native Studies and Science are
integrated throughout. Students work in cooperative groups to research information on topics related to forests. 50 p.

P112.30 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Phoebe Gilman : Author Study
Thiel, Sandra. 1995.
The author of this resource provides an exciting list of activities for students in grade one or two relating to seven
books written by Phoebe Gilman. 16 p.

P112.33 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Circling with Robert Munsch (Multigrade Project)
Kasper, Joanne. 1998.
This multi-age, multi-level unit is designed for students from kindergarten to grade three. The main purpose of the
unit is to structure an introduction to literature circles through the works of Robert Munsch. Suggestions for
                               adapting the unit for special needs students are also given. 24 p.

                              P112.34 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
                              Birds : An Integrated Unit for Grades Five and Six (Writing Workshop)
                              Hrycak, Audrey. 2000.
                              This interdisciplinary unit on the topic of birds is geared to students in grades five and
                              six. Objectives from the English Language Arts, Physical Education, Arts Education,
                              Mathematics, and Science curricula are integrated to foster students' understanding and
                              appreciation of birds as well as to further their understanding of conservation issues.
                              Sample anecdotal record-keeping forms and rating checklists are included for
                              evaluation purposes. 16 p.

                               P112.41 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Generations : An Exploration of Our Families Through Literature - Grades 2-3 (Writing Workshop)
Florence, Rachel. Kasper, Joanne. 2001.
Four children's books provide the foundation for this English Language Arts unit for grades two or three. Children
are provided with numerous activities for connecting with grandparents such as letter writing and writing about
memories of grandparents. A suggested culminating activity is to invite grandparents or relatives to the classroom
for tea and dessert in order to view the children's writing and interact with them. 51 p.

P112.49 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Literature Links : An Integrated Curricula Project Twinning At-Risk Students
Kuzbik, Debra. 2003.
At-risk students at the elementary level and high school level are twinned in this award-winning project. The unit
incorporates components of elementary and secondary English Language Arts curricula to develop in students an
understanding of children’s literature and illustration through focusing on the work of one author/illustrator. 19 p.




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P112.51 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
100 Years, 100 Towns
Leaderhouse, Charlene. 2005.
Suitable for elementary and middle years’ students, this English
Language Arts unit was designed to take advantage of a series of
articles about small towns in Saskatchewan that was published during
the Centennial Year by the Star-Phoenix. Several newspaper research
activities are presented. 7 p.

E112.71 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Faces of War : Grade Four (Global Education)
Pocha, Charlotte. Cooper, Lynne. 1992.
Students explore the theme of war through a variety of children's books. A number of different instructional
strategies are suggested. The unit was chosen by the class following a brainstorming activity to identify topics of
interest. The focus is on the connections between war and people with an emphasis on working together for peace.
36 p.

E112.76 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Memoir : The Stuff of Our Lives
Peardon, Barbara. 1995.
In this English Language Arts unit for grade four, students explore the genre of memoir. They are encouraged to
reflect on the significance of remembered events and to keep a notebook of their thoughts and feelings. 26 p.

E112.77 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Dancing Feathers : Novel Study (Aboriginal Content/Perspectives)
Cameron, Phyl. Carriere, Annette. 1996.
Dancing Feathers tells the story of Tafia, an eleven-year-old Ojibway girl, who lives with her family on the reserve
near Thunder Bay. This short novel, recommended in the grade five English Language Arts curriculum, lends itself
to discussion about racial minorities, family values, dealing with rejection, and preserving cultural values. 20 p.



                                          Middle Level
                                          (Please note : Some of the unit plans and activities in this section are
                                          also relevant for the elementary grades.)
                                          E112.21 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
                                          ELA Pirate Unit
                                          Gibbs, Dana. 2005.
                                          Literature circles are used for an exploration of the novel The Stowaway: A
                                          Tale of California in this English Language Arts unit plan for grades five or
                                          six. Additional research and writing activities based on other books about
                                          pirates are also included in the unit. 12 p.



E112.63 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Pushed to the Limit : Surviving Life’s Challenges : An English Language Arts
Unit for Grades 6/7
Unger, Sandra. Vanhouwe, Michelle. Watkins, Sharon. Schell, Bev. 2005.
This cooperatively-planned and taught unit for grades 6 and 7 English Language Arts
uses picture books to introduce the roles associated with literature circles to the class.
Tag Team, Melanie Bluelake’s Dream and Clearcut Danger were the young adult
novels used in this unit on surviving life’s challenges. 4 p.




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E112.64 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Holocaust Theme : Middle Years English Language Arts
Melle, Debra. 2004.
In this middle years English Language Arts unit on the Holocaust, students will use a variety of fiction, non-fiction
and video resources to develop understandings around this horrific but significant event in our history. Literature
circles, movie reviews, and oral book reports are a few key student activities. Several suggestions are also provided
for integrating the unit with middle years Arts Education. 19 p.

E112.65
General Novel Study
Mitchell, Coral. 1990.
This resource contains general activities useful for the study of any novel of choice. The unit is not limited to a
particular grade level but represents a comprehensive collection of activities that could be adapted for students from
grade three to grade eight or nine. 15 p.

E112.66
Folklore
Massine, Donna. 1990.
This unit was designed to provide general activities for studying folklore from a variety of different perspectives.
This unit is not limited to one particular grade level but is a comprehensive collection of activities that could be
adapted for various levels ranging from grade three to approximately grade eight. 16 p.

E112.67
Novel Study of The Doll
Rolston, Donna. 1990.
This resource describes a variety of individual and group activities to enhance student understanding of the novel
The Doll.
6 p.

E112.73 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Science Fiction : Influencing the Future
Rosvold, Rhea. Carter, Michael. Furgiuele, Maria. 2005.
This cooperatively-planned and taught grade 8 English Language Arts science fiction unit provides students with
opportunities to write prediction paragraphs, compare and contrast essays, and write and dramatize a science fiction
short story. Rubrics and questions for a unit exam are also included. 34 p.

                              E112.81 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
                             Tunnels of Time : A Moose Jaw Adventure : A Novel Study Guide
                              Bishop, Mary Harelkin. Deneiko, Eileen. 2001.
                             This novel study of Tunnels of Time by Saskatchewan author Mary Harelkin Bishop is
                            designed for students in grades seven or eight. Objectives from the middle level English
                          Language Arts curriculum as well as Social Studies, Arts Education, Science and Math
                           curriculum objectives are incorporated in the novel study. Suggestions for using literature
                           circles, personal response journals and research and values clarification activities are
                              provided. 30 p.

E112.83                     (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
What a Novel Idea! : A Cooperative Learning Approach to Novel Studies for Middle Years Students (Writing
Workshop)
Richardson, Karen. 2002.
Reading response journals, literature circles, readers' theatre and cooperative group work are just a few of the
strategies used in this multigrade resource designed for students in grades 6 to 9. A variety of learning styles,
abilities and evaluation methods are used. 104 p.




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E112.84 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
"To Be a Slave"
Melle, Debra. 2002.
In this middle years English Language Arts unit, literature circles and writing process techniques are used to explore
historical fiction, legends, and biographies on the topic of slavery. Canada's connection to the Underground Railroad
is stressed. Visual art, music and drama activities are also included and students are given opportunities to conduct
research on the world wide web. 11 p.

E112.85 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Environmental Issues in Canada : A Literature Based Unit for Grade 8 (Writing Workshop)
Hamre, Mallory. 2002.
This grade eight ELA unit on environmental issues and conflicts integrates well with Social Studies and Science.
Literature circles are used to discuss novels related to the theme. Students are provided with opportunities to
research an environmental issue. 51 p.

E112.87 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Picture Book Unit
Thiessen, Carol. Boyd, Doug. Brunett, Jason. 2002.
This unit for grades 5-8 looks at the history, types, and parts of a book and types of media used in picture books.
Students evaluate two picture books and create their own books to be shared with their class and the school student
body. 17 p.

                              E112.88 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
                              Aboriginal Literature Unit for Grade 6 (Writing Workshop)
                              Clarke, Leanne. Thomas, Dawne. 2003.
                              This grade six English Language Arts unit plan explores different genres of Aboriginal
                              literature such as stories, legends, and poetry. Students complete a story frame, write
                              their own children’s story and legend, and listen to an Aboriginal storyteller and
                              Aboriginal recordings. Numerous assessment templates are provided. 43 p.

                              E112.89 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Radio : An English Language Arts 7 and Arts Education 7 Integrated Unit (Writing Workshop)
Bell, Jennifer. Meyer, Tracey L. 2003.
Contains modules on advertisements, news, interviews, comedy, plays, history of radio dramas, and sound effects.
Activity sheets and assessment rubrics are included along with opportunities for student research, writing, speaking,
and listening. Websites and additional information are given for each module. 43 p.


Secondary Level
S101.3 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Decisions : Action or Apathy : A Unit Plan for ELA B10
Gerrard, Sarah. 2005.
Issues of action versus apathy and the related sub-themes of life pressures, values, consequences and career
decisions are explored in this English Language Arts B10 unit. Numerous activities for short stories, poems, The
Merchant of Venice, and for an excerpt from The Diary of Anne Frank are included. 34 p.

S101.7 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Using the Library Keys : An Introduction to the Library
DesRoches, Donna. Neufeld, Stephen. Rolheiser, Denis. Fenwick, Gailene. 2002.
These four units prepare English Language Arts 10 students to use resources such as the library catalog, periodical
indexes, newspaper CD-ROMs, biographical dictionaries, the Web and Infotrac databases in order to locate
information on authors and human rights issues. Students learn how to evaluate website information, write an essay
on a specific author, write a newspaper article outlining conflict and human rights abuses in a specific region, and
create an annotated bibliography. 19 p.




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S101.8 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Journalism Studies 20 : School e-zine (a project in process)
DesRoches, Donna. Mattila, Peggy. 2002.
This resource presents a process to use to teach students to create an e-zine focusing on
school sports and literary pieces. Students are also taught how to create a webpage. 8 p.

S101.9 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Ender’s Game
Drury, Kelly. Demencuik, Paula. 2002.
This novel study on Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card bridges the English Language Arts A10 themes of “the
unknown” and “challenges.” Presents discussion questions, writing activities, a student study guide and chapter
quizzes. 34 p.

S101.70 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Technological Change in Society : An English B10 Novel
Study of John Wyndham's Novel The Chrysalids (Technological Literacy Writing Workshop)
Kennedy, Jo-Ann. 1991.
This novel study invites readers to develop critical thinking skills and technological literacy awareness. The Science
10 teacher can become involved with this unit, especially with the final assignment. 16 p.

S101.73
Macbeth Murder Mystery : English Language Arts B10
Bangsund, Tricia. Fruson, Marla. 1993.
Based on the popular Evening of Murder games, this activity was designed to be used as a motivational activity to
introduce Shakespeare's Macbeth. Implementation of the game will depend upon personal objectives. 17 p.



FRENCH
(Includes Core French, Immersion Française, and French as a First Language)
Core French
Elementary Level
P102.1 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Me (Core French - Writing Workshop)
Ministère de l’Éducation de la Saskatchewan. 1999.
Field of Experience: Family. Suggested use: Gr. 1. This unit models communicative/experiential second language
teaching in a multidimensional curriculum and complements units in Core French: A Curriculum and Resource
Guide for the Elementary Level (1994). Students may discuss themselves and their families. In the learning
activities, students discuss size, hair and eye colour, favourite colours, age, birthdays, foods they like and dislike,
favourite activities/games and their families. For the experiential goal, students create and share an "All About Me”
booklet. 56 p.

                        P102.2 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
                          Clothing Related to Weather (Core French - Writing Workshop)
                          Ministère de l’Éducation de la Saskatchewan. 1999. Field of Experience: School.
                          Suggested use: Gr. 3. This unit models communicative/experiential second language
                       teaching in a multidimensional curriculum and complements units in Core French: A
                        Curriculum and Resource Guide for the Elementary Level (1994). Students have an
                         opportunity to discuss clothing in relation to the environment. During the learning activities,
                        students will become familiar with different weather conditions, record information related
                     to clothing and weather, determine criteria for wearing certain clothing, categorize clothing
                       according to weather conditions, and prepare and present a dialogue related to the topic. For
                       the experiential goal, students will present a mannequin, stuffed animal, doll, etc. dressed
                     according to certain weather conditions and complete a paragraph. 44 p.



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P102.3 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Me and My School (Core French - Writing Workshop)
Ministère de l’Éducation de la Saskatchewan. 1999.
Field of Experience: School. Suggested use: Gr. 3. This unit models communicative/experiential second language
teaching in a multidimensional curriculum and complements units in Core French: A Curriculum and Resource
Guide for the Elementary Level (1994). Students talk about themselves and their school. During the learning
activities, students will explore various topics related to them and their school while preparing a booklet. For the
experiential goal, students create booklets pertaining to “Me and My School” and present an accompanying role
play. 41 p.

P102.4 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Le festival du voyageur (Core French - Writing Workshop)
Ministère de l'Éducation de la Saskatchewan. 2001.
Field of Experience: Celebrations. Suggested use: Gr. 4, 5. This unit models
communicative/experiential second language teaching in a multidimensional
curriculum and complements units in the elementary Core French curriculum (1994).
Students learn about the Voyageurs, their leisure activities, food, clothing and travels.
Students will also visit the website for the Festival du Voyageur held annually in Saint-Boniface,
Manitoba. For the experiential goal, students will create and organize a “voyageur” afternoon including a brochure
or poster and an oral presentation. The teacher’s guide includes learning objectives, a resource list, and step-by-step
suggestions on teaching the unit. The guide also includes answer sheets, vocabulary and motivational games,
supplementary activities, written text of the listening activity, flashcards, model letter to parents, evaluation grids
and activities and websites. The student workbook includes student activity sheets, vocabulary lists, and teacher,
peer and self-evaluation grids. Includes teacher’s guide, student workbook, and CD with the vocabulary
pronunciation. 79 p.

P102.5 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Les activités physiques et les amis (Core French - Writing Workshop)
Ministère de l'Éducation de la Saskatchewan. 2001.
Field of Experience: Friends and Physical Activities. Audience: Gr. 1-5. This unit models communicative/
experiential second language teaching in a multidimensional curriculum and complements units in the elementary
Core French curriculum (1994). Students learn about friends and physical activities in French. They learn the parts
of the body, how to describe physical characteristics and traits of people, and discuss popular sports and physical
activities. Numerous motivating activities are included to communicate in French. For the experiential goal students
will create a booklet about a friend and present it to the class. The teacher’s guide includes learning objectives, a list
of resources, and step-by-step suggestions on how to teach the unit. The guide also includes answer sheets,
suggested vocabulary and motivational games, supplementary activities, written text of the listening activity,
                 flashcards, model letter to parents, evaluation grids and activities. The student workbook includes
                  student activity sheets, vocabulary lists, and teacher, peer and self-evaluation grids. Includes
                       teacher’s guide, student workbook, and a CD with the vocabulary pronunciation. 86 p.

                         P102.6 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
                         Ma famille (Core French - Writing Workshop)
                         Ministère de l'Éducation de la Saskatchewan. 2001.
                         Field of Experience: Family. Suggested use: Gr. 3, 4, and 5. This unit models
communicative/experiential second language teaching in a multidimensional curriculum and complements units in
the elementary Core French curriculum (1994). Students have an opportunity to learn about their families in French.
During the learning activities students will become reacquainted with the “Soleil” family. They will discuss the
different types of family units, explore family relationships, discuss special qualities and personality traits of family
members, favourite family activities, favourite family foods and the different types of family housing. For the
experiential goal, students will compile and present a family album to the class. The teacher’s guide includes
learning objectives, a list of resources, and step-by-step suggestions on how to teach the unit. In addition, the guide
includes answer sheets, suggested vocabulary and motivational games, supplementary activities, written text of the
listening activity, flashcards, model letter to parents, evaluation grids and activities. The student workbook includes
the necessary student activity sheets, vocabulary lists, and teacher, peer and self-evaluation grids. 108 p. The unit is
composed of a teacher’s guide, a student workbook, and a CD with vocabulary pronunciation.


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P102.7 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Noël (Core French - Writing Workshop)
Ministère de l'Éducation de la Saskatchewan. 2001.
Field of experience: Celebrations. Suggested use: Gr. 1-5. This unit models
communicative/experiential second language teaching in a multidimensional
curriculum and complements units in the elementary Core French curriculum
(1994). Students learn about Christmas in French. During the learning
activities, students will become familiar with Christmas vocabulary, explore
what Christmas means to them, discuss ways Santa knows their behaviour
during the year, and what they would like for Christmas. They even invent a
toy-making machine. For the experiential goal, students will write a letter to
Santa and present their letters to the class. The teacher’s guide includes learning
objectives, a list of resources and step-by-step suggestions on how to teach the unit.
The guide also includes answer sheets, vocabulary and motivational games, supplementary activities, flashcards,
model letter to parents, evaluation grids and activities, and website addresses. The student workbook includes
student activity sheets, vocabulary lists, and teacher, peer and self-evaluation grids. Includes teacher’s guide, student
workbook, and a CD with vocabulary pronunciation. 50 p.

P102.8 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
La Saint-Valentin (Core French - Writing Workshop)
Ministère de l'Éducation de la Saskatchewan. 2001.
Field of Experience: Celebrations. Suggested use: Gr. 3, 4. This unit models communicative/experiential second
language teaching in a multidimensional curriculum and complements units in the elementary Core French
curriculum (1994). Students have an opportunity to learn about Saint Valentine’s day in French. During the learning
activities, students will become familiar with Valentine’s Day vocabulary, discuss the meaning of Valentine’s Day,
share their likes and dislikes with their friends, and play numerous games to reinforce the vocabulary. For the
experiential goal, students will design a Valentine card and verse and present the card to a friend in front of the
class. The teacher’s guide includes learning objectives, a list of resources and step-by-step suggestions on how to
teach the unit. In addition, the guide includes answer sheets, suggested vocabulary and motivational games,
supplementary activities flashcards, model letter to parents, evaluation grids and activities. The student workbook
includes the necessary student activity sheets, vocabulary lists, and teacher, peer and self-evaluation grids. 43 p. The
unit is composed of a teacher’s guide, a student workbook, and a CD that includes the pronunciation of the
vocabulary.

                    P102.9 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
                    Pâques (Core French - Writing Workshop)
                    Ministère de l'Éducation de la Saskatchewan. 2001.
                    Field of Experience: Celebrations. Suggested use: Gr. 5. This unit models
                    communicative/experiential second language teaching in a multidimensional curriculum and
                    complements units in the elementary Core French curriculum (1994). Students learn about
                    Easter in French. During the learning activities, students will become familiar with Easter
                    vocabulary, discuss the origin and meaning of Easter, play numerous games to reinforce the
                    vocabulary, and even do an Easter-related Internet hunt. For the experiential goal, students will
                    plan and perform an Easter egg hunt. The teacher’s guide includes learning objectives, a list of
                    resources, and step-by-step suggestions on teaching the unit. The guide also includes answer
                    sheets, vocabulary and motivational games, supplementary activities, flashcards, model letter to
                    parents, evaluation grids and activities, and website addresses. The student workbook includes
                    student activity sheets, vocabulary lists, and teacher, peer and self-evaluation grids. Includes
                    teacher’s guide, student workbook, and a CD with vocabulary pronunciation. 49 p.




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P102.10 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
La salle de classe (Core French - Writing Workshop)
Ministère de l'Éducation de la Saskatchewan. 2001.
Field of Experience: The Second Language Classroom. Suggested use: Gr. 1, 4. This unit models
communicative/experiential second language teaching in a multidimensional curriculum and complements units in
the elementary Core French curriculum (1994). Students learn about the second language classroom in French.
During the learning activities students will become familiar with greetings, classroom objects, colours, and
classroom expressions. There are numerous activities to practice classroom routines in French. The students will do
an internet activity to locate someone in a school. For the experiential goal, students will create a booklet of
classroom expressions to be used throughout the year. The teacher’s guide includes learning objectives, a list of
resources and step-by-step suggestions on how to teach the unit. The guide also includes answer sheets, vocabulary
and motivational games, supplementary activities, written text of the listening activity, flashcards, model letter to
parents, evaluation grids and activities. The student workbook includes student activity sheets, vocabulary lists, and
teacher, peer and self-evaluation grids. Includes teacher’s guide, student workbook, and a CD with vocabulary
pronunciation. 131 p.

E102.2 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
La pizza (Core French - Writing Workshop)
Ministère de l’Éducation de la Saskatchewan. 1999.
Field of Experience: Alimentation (Food). Suggested use: Gr. 4. This
unit models communicative/experiential second language teaching in a
multidimensional curriculum and complements units in Core
French: A Curriculum and Resource Guide for the Elementary
Level (1994). Students learn about pizza, one of their favourite
foods. During the learning activities, students discuss favourite pizzas,
become familiar with different kinds of pizza, family preferences, pizza
menus, pizza toppings, pizza recipes and design an invitation. For the
experiential goal, students plan and prepare for a pizza party. 55 p.

E102.3 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Pets (Core French - Writing Workshop)
Ministère de l’Éducation de la Saskatchewan. 1999.
Field of Experience: Les animaux. Suggested use: Grades 4 & 5. This unit models communicative/experiential
second language teaching in a multidimensional curriculum and complements units in Core French: A Curriculum
and Resource Guide for the Elementary Level (1994). Students participate in a variety of learning experiences where
they become familiar with pets, create and participate in a class survey to determine favourite pets, identify and
describe pets, create a riddle, and interview classmates to become familiar with pet preferences. For the experiential
goal, students present their own or desired favourite pet. 52 p.

E102.4 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Planning a Trip (Core French - Writing Workshop)
Ministère de l’Éducation de la Saskatchewan. 1999.
Field of Experience: Voyages and Excursions. Suggested use: Grade 5. This unit models
communicative/experiential second language teaching in a multidimensional curriculum and complements units in
Core French: A Curriculum and Resource Guide for the Elementary Level (1994). Students participate in a variety
of learning experiences where they talk about places they’ve visited, discuss their favourite tourist attractions,
become aware of various types of transportation, discuss activities they would like to do on a trip, and articles of
clothing they would pack for a trip. For the experiential goal, students create and present a travel plan for a selected
place. 48 p.




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Secondary Level
S102.16 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Vers une carrière (Core French - Writing Workshop)
Saskatchewan Education. 1998.
                           This unit models communicative/experiential second language teaching in a
                            multidimensional curriculum. Students explore various jobs and professions, their
                            aptitudes, the consequences of choosing a job or profession, and the importance of
                            bilingualism in the choice of a job or profession. The experiential goal requires students
                            to research a job or profession and to make a presentation to the class. Students will also
                            explore possible careers and examine steps to follow to obtain employment. Guide has
                            99 p. Student workbook has 49 p.
                            Cette unité montre comment enseigner une langue seconde à partir de l'approche
                            communicative/expérientielle dans un curriculum multidimensionnel. Les élèves
                            examinent leurs aptitudes, une variété d'emplois et de professions qui existent
aujourd'hui, les conséquences liées au choix d'une carrière et l'importance du bilinguisme dans la recherche d'un
emploi. Le but expérientiel consiste à faire une recherche sur un emploi donné et à faire une présentation à la classe.
De plus, les élèves explorent des carrières possibles et étudient les étapes à suivre pour obtenir un emploi. Guide
99 p. Cahier d'activités 49 p.

S102.17 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
La planification d'un voyage (Core French - Writing Workshop)
Saskatchewan Education. 1998.
This unit models communicative/experiential second language teaching in a
multidimensional curriculum. Students explore the necessary steps to follow in
planning a trip. The learning experiences include: obtaining a passport, reserving
a flight, becoming familiar with tourist sites, choosing and making a hotel
reservation, deciding what to take, and reading maps. The experiential
goal requires students to plan a trip to a French-speaking country or city
and present the itinerary to the class. The teacher's guide includes
learning objectives, a list of resources and step-by-step suggestions on
how to teach the unit. In addition, the guide includes answer sheets, suggested
vocabulary and motivational questions, supplementary activities, tapescripts,
evaluation grids and activities. The student workbook includes the necessary
student activity sheets, student reference sheets for linguistic structures and
vocabulary, and peer and self-evaluation grids. The audiocassette (included with the
Stewart Resources Centre's lending copy) provides oral comprehension activities. 135 p.
Cette unité montre comment enseigner une langue seconde à partir de l'approche communicative/expérientielle dans
un curriculum multidimensionnel. Les élèves franchissent les étapes nécessaires à la planification d'un voyage. Les
expériences d'apprentissage incluent obtenir un passeport, réserver un billet d'avion, visiter les sites touristiques,
choisir un hôtel et réserver une chambre, décider quoi emporter en voyage et lire une carte routière. Le but
expérientiel consiste à planifier un voyage dans un pays de la francophonie (ou dans une ville francophone) et à
présenter l'itinéraire à la classe. Le guide inclut les objectifs spécifiques, une liste de ressources et des étapes
détaillées pour enseigner l'unité. De plus, il inclut des feuilles-réponses, des suggestions de vocabulaire et des
questions pour motiver les élèves, des activités supplémentaires, des transcriptions de cassettes, des activités et des
grilles d'évaluation. Le cahier d'activités inclut des feuilles d'activités pour les élèves, des feuilles de référence
décrivant les structures linguistiques et destinées à l'élève et des grilles pour l'auto-évaluation et pour l'évaluation par
les pairs. La cassette audio (incluse seulement avec la copie du Stewart Resources Centre) contient des exercices de
compréhension orale. 135 p.




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S102.18 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Franco-jeu (Core French - Writing Workshop)
Ministère de l'Éducation de la Saskatchewan. 1999.
Suggested use: Gr. 10-12. This unit models communicative/experiential second language teaching in a
                                  multidimensional curriculum. Students create a game based on La Francophonie.
                                     The learning experiences include: exploring the format and process of playing a
                                           game, researching famous French-speaking individuals and countries
                                              where French is spoken. The experiential goal requires students to
                                                create a game using their knowledge of French-speaking people. The
                                                     teacher's guide includes learning objectives, a list of resources,
                                                      and step-by-step suggestions on how to teach the unit. The guide
                                                       also includes answer sheets, suggested vocabulary and
                                                       motivational questions, supplementary activities, tapescripts,
                                                       evaluation grids and activities. The student workbook includes
                                                       student activity sheets, student reference sheets for linguistic
                                                      structures and vocabulary, and peer and self-evaluation grids. The
                                                    audiocassette provides oral comprehension activities. Guide 62 p.
                                                 Cahier d'activités 57 p. Audiocassette available with lending copy
                                            from the Stewart Resources Centre.
Cette unité                          montre comment enseigner une langue seconde à partir de l'approche
communicative/expérientielle dans un curriculum multidimensionnel. Les élèves créent un jeu basé sur la
francophonie. Les activités d’apprentissage comprennent l’exploration du format et de la démarche du jeu, la
recherche de francophones célèbres et de pays où l’on parle français. Le but expérientiel consiste à créer un jeu basé
sur ce que savent les élèves des francophones. Le guide de l’enseignant comprend des objectifs spécifiques, une liste
de ressources et des suggestions faciles à suivre sur la façon d’enseigner cette unité. On y trouvera en plus des
feuilles de réponses, des suggestions de vocabulaire et des questions motivantes pour amorcer la leçon, des activités
supplémentaires, des transcriptions de cassettes, des formulaires et des activités d’évaluation. Le manuel de l’élève
comprend les feuilles d’activités nécessaires, les feuilles de référence pour l’élève (structures linguistiques et
vocabulaire) et des formulaires d’auto, et de co-évaluation. L’audiocassette présente des activités de compréhension
orale. Guide 62 p. Cahier d'activités 57 p. Audiocassette disponible auprès du Stewart Resources Centre avec la
copie à emprunter.

S102.19 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Le permis de conduire (Core French - Writing Workshop)
Ministère de l’Éducation de la Saskatchewan. 1999.
Field of Experience: Personal Independence. Suggested use: Gr. 10-12. This unit
models communicative/experiential second language teaching in a multidimensional
curriculum. Students prepare themselves for a written exam to obtain a driver’s
license. Learning activities include doing a vehicle inspection, studying road signs
and their meanings, studying the driving rules of the road, role playing a traffic
violation situation, and making the decision to have a designated driver. The
experiential goal requires students to create, in small groups, a written exam to
obtain a driver’s license, and to pass this exam demonstrating that they are aware
and responsible drivers. Guide 50 p. Workbook 88 p.
Cette unité montre comment enseigner une langue seconde à partir de l'approche
communicative/ expérientielle dans un curriculum multidimensionnel. Les élèves se préparent à un examen écrit en
vue d’obtenir leur permis de conduire. Les activités d’apprentissage comprennent l’inspection d’un véhicule, l’étude
des panneaux routiers et de leur signification, l’étude du code de la route, un jeu de rôle d’une situation d’infraction
aux règlements de la circulation et un jeu de rôle sur la décision d’avoir un conducteur désigné. Le but expérientiel
consiste à rédiger, en petits groupes, un examen écrit en vue d’obtenir le permis de conduire et à réussir cet examen,
montrant ainsi qu’ils sont des conducteurs et conductrices responsables. Guide 50 p. Cahier d'activités 88 p.




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S102.20 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Le crime et la violence (Core French - Writing Workshop)
Ministère de l’Éducation de la Saskatchewan. 1999.
Field of Experience: World Issues. Suggested use: Gr. 10-12. This unit models communicative/experiential second
language teaching in a multidimensional curriculum. In this unit, students become aware of their rights, examine
types and causes of juvenile crimes, practice being a witness, and become aware of effective ways to prevent crime.
The experiential goal requires students to create and present a short play demonstrating an issue such as a theft,
discrimination, vandalism, or violence at school. The students who act as spectators are witnesses to the crime and
offer a realistic solution to the problem. Guide 61 p. Workbook 81 p.
Cette unité montre comment enseigner une langue seconde à partir de l'approche communicative/ expérientielle dans
un curriculum multidimensionnel. Dans cette unité les élèves apprennent à connaître leurs droits, examinent les
types de délinquance juvénile et ses causes, s’exercent à déposer et apprennent des façons efficaces de prévenir la
criminalité. Le but expérientiel consiste à créer et à présenter une courte pièce sur un problème donné, par exemple
le vol, la discrimination, le vandalisme ou la violence à l’école. Les élèves qui regardent la pièce servent de témoins
et offrent une solution réaliste au problème identifié. Guide 61 p. Cahier d’activités 81 p.

S102.21 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Les médias (Core French - Writing Workshop)
Ministère de l’Éducation de la Saskatchewan. 1999.
                                Field of Experience: Media, World Issues, Consumerism. Suggested use: Gr. 10-12.
                                This unit models communicative/experiential second language teaching in a
                                multidimensional curriculum. Students explore various types of media and the impact
                                on their lives and society as a whole. Students experience learning activities in
                                exploring the following: television, radio, newspaper, computers and publicity. The
                               experiential goal requires students to create a media production (radio program,
                               television program or class newspaper), or to develop a media campaign on a subject
                               that interests them, or to make a presentation on one type of media using this media in
                               the presentation. Guide 50 p. Workbook 63 p.
                              Cette unité montre comment enseigner une langue seconde à partir de l'approche
                              communicative/ expérientielle dans un curriculum multidimensionnel. Les élèves
explorent divers types de médias et leur impact sur leur vie et sur la société dans son ensemble. Au cours des
activités, les élèves explorent les médias suivants : télévision, radio, journaux, ordinateurs (Internet) et publicité. Le
but expérientiel consiste à mettre en scène une production au moyen d’une forme de médias (émission de radio ou
de télévision, production d'un journal de classe), de développer une campagne de médias sur une cause qui les
intéresse ou de faire une présentation sur un des médias en s’en servant. Guide 50 p. Cahier d'activités 63 p.


Immersion Française
Français
Niveau Élémentaire
P100.15 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Les premiers fermiers en Saskatchewan
Préfontaine, Hélène. 2002.
Cette unité a été conçue dans le but d’initier les élèves à la recherche dans le contexte du thème des premiers
fermiers en Saskatchewan (1910). Les ‘premiers fermiers’ comprennent les immigrants qui sont venus s’établir en
Saskatchewan ainsi que les groupes Amérindiens qui ont du changer leur mode de vie puisque les bisons
disparaîssaient. L’unité comprend un livre didactique (texte informatif) que le professeur pourra photocopier pour
tous les élèves dans sa classe ainsi que plusieurs fiches d’activités. L’unité pourrait être utilisée avec la 4e année.
110 p.
This unit was created to initiate the research process within the context of the theme ‘The First Farmers of
Saskatchewan’ (1910). The ‘First Farmers’ include both the immigrants who came to establish themselves in
Saskatchewan as well as some of the First Nations peoples whose way of life changed because of the disappearance
of the buffalo. The unit includes a reference book that the teacher may photocopy for each of the students as well as
activity sheets. Evaluation rubrics are included. This unit could also be used with grade 4. 110 p.



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P100.21 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Leçon pour la 2e année : je compare mon école avec les écoles d’autrefois
Préfontaine, Hélène. 2005.
Je compare mon école avec les écoles d’autrefois est une leçon de l’unité l’Éducation et l’école d’autrefois qui se
trouve sur le Web Sciences humaines 1 à 5: Modules pour le patrimoine. L’unité comprend des leçons pour le
professeur et des activités interactives pour l’élève. Ce site se trouve à
http://wblrd.sk.ca/~prefontainehsoc/index.html
Je compare mon école avec les écoles d’autrefois is a lesson from the unit l’Éducation et l’école d’autrefois that
can be found on the website entitled Sciences humaines 1 à 5: Modules pour le patrimoine. This unit features
lessons for the teacher and interactive activities for the student. This site is located at
http://wblrd.sk.ca/~prefontainehsoc/index.html 15 p.

P106.23 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Les propriétés de la matière (Elementary Science French Immersion Writing Workshop)
Lubenko, Luba. 1995.
                         This unit supports the curriculum in teaching the grade three core unit on the properties of
                         matter. The author uses interesting and imaginative activities to teach difficult concepts to
                         young science students. The students will enjoy doing the activities while learning about
                         the properties of matter. 48 p.
                         Ce document contient des activités pour la troisième année. Des méthodes d'enseignement
                         variées, le niveau des activités et l'évaluation permettront à l'enseignant ou l'enseignante
                         d'adapter l'unité aux besoins des élèves. Cette unité a été conçue non seulement pour aider
                         les élèves à accroître leurs connaissances sur les propriétés de la matière, mais aussi pour
                         les aider à développer leurs habiletés scientifiques. On trouve beaucoup d'expériences et
                         un grand choix d'activités. Une bibliographie et des fiches d'évaluation se trouvent en fin
                         d'ouvrage. 48 p.

P106.24 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Le mouvement (Elementary Science French Immersion Writing Workshop)
Jacobson, Micheline. 1995.
This unit is full of ideas for developing the concept of movement with grade one
students. Excellent ideas for integrating Science with English Language Arts,
Physical Education, and Arts Education are included. 84 p.
Cette unité contient de nombreuses activités se rapportant aux objectifs de l'unité
obligatoire pour la première année du programme d'études de sciences de la
Saskatchewan "Le mouvement." L'unité permet aux enseignants et enseignantes de
choisir les approches, les activités et les méthodes d'évaluation qui leur
conviennent parmi celles qui sont suggérées. Les élèves, dans cette unité,
détecteront et effectueront des mouvements. Ils et elles auront l'occasion
d'identifier les endroits ou le mouvement existe autour d'eux, et de décrire les divers
types de mouvements qu'ils et elles rencontrent. Ils et elles examineront la relation entre forme et mouvement.
L'unité dure environ un mois et contient de nombreuses activités ainsi que des suggestions d'intégration avec la
langue, les sciences humaines, les mathématiques, l'éducation artistique et l'éducation physique. 84 p.

P106.25 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
La terre (Elementary Science French Immersion Writing Workshop)
Solie, Shelley. 1995.
This unit was written to supplement the grade one core Science unit titled The Earth. It is very teacher-friendly and
offers integration with other subject areas. The activities are interesting and easy to use. 27 p.
Cette unité a été conçue dans le but d'être utilisée comme introduction au programme d'études de sciences de la
Saskatchewan pour les élèves de la première année. Les enseignants et enseignantes peuvent s'arrêter après avoir
atteint les objectifs obligatoires, ou bien poursuivre avec les autres objectifs selon l'intérêt des élèves. Cette unité est
très intéressante pour les jeunes élèves et se prête facilement à l'intégration des matières. Cette unité inclut six
leçons. Chaque leçon contient une description des objectifs, du matériel requis, des méthodes d'enseignement et des
méthodes d'évaluation. On trouve aussi des feuilles d'évaluation basées sur l'observation de l'élève, ce qui
correspond bien au niveau de l'élève et l'amène à tirer des conclusions de façon inductive. 27 p.


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P106.26 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Les aimants (Elementary Science French Immersion Writing Workshop)
Gareau, Yvette. 1995.
This is a superb unit written for the non-expert Science teacher to support the grade two core unit on magnets. The
seven activities described in this document are interesting, imaginative, and extremely easy to use. The equipment
required to teach is minimal. An excellent unit emphasizing the hands-on approach to teaching Science. 44 p.
Cette unité a été conçue pour compléter le programme commercial de Sciences en marche d'environ 30 à 40 minutes
chacune. En plus des leçons, on trouve des suggestions pour les enseignants et enseignantes, des suggestions
                         d'intégration des matières, des feuilles d'activités pour les élèves et une bibliographie.
                              Les objectifs généraux et spécifiques de l'unité incluent:
                               • prédire si un objet sera attiré par un aimant;
                               • identifier les objets qui peuvent être attirés par les aimants;
                               • observer l'attraction et la répulsion des pôles magnétiques;
                               • découvrir les parties d'un aimant;
                              • utiliser une boussole pour déterminer la direction du pôle Nord magnétique.
                              Plusieurs activités de cette unité conviendraient bien au travail en groupe, soit à la
                                bibliothèque avec l'aide de l'enseignant ou de l'enseignante-bibliothécaire, soit dans la
                                  salle de classe dans un centre d'apprentissage. 44 p.


P106.27 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
La météo (Elementary Science French Immersion Writing Workshop)
Beauregard, Jeanne. 1995.
Ten great ready-to-use lessons to complement the grade two unit on
weather. This introductory unit on weather is meant to be used as a year
long study of local weather changes. A distinct bonus of this unit is the
strong integration that it has with the other subject areas. 63 p.
Cette unité a été conçue pour la deuxième année dans le but d'amener les
élèves à avoir une meilleure compréhension de la météo. Cette unité est
simplement une introduction à la météo. À la fin de cette unité, les
élèves devraient avoir assez de connaissances pour tenir un journal
météorologique et pour faire des prévisions météorologiques. Les élèves
devraient étudier la température, et les différents effets du temps pendant
toute l'année. On pourrait commencer l'année avec cette unité
d'introduction à la météo, mais plusieurs activités et leçons sur la météo devraient suivre les changements
saisonniers. Il faut noter que cette unité comprend non seulement des expériences scientifiques, mais aussi une
intégration avec les autres sujets qui incorporent les apprentissages essentiels communs et les diverses méthodes
d'enseignement. N.B. Il y a des suggestions pour l'évaluation, mais l'enseignant ou l'enseignante est libre de choisir
d'autres méthodes et d'autres grilles. Des fiches d'évaluation se trouvent en annexe. 63 p.

P106.28 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Le système solaire (Elementary Science French Immersion Writing Workshop)
Josuttes, Raymonde. 1995.
This excellent unit complements the grade three core unit entitled The Solar System. This unit contains activities that
will help students understand difficult concepts such as revolution and rotation of the earth, as well as eclipses of the
sun and moon. Students will also appreciate discovering interesting facts about the planets. 39 p.
Cette unité a été conçue pour la troisième année et comporte cinq leçons. Chacune de ces leçons fournit assez de
travail pour plusieurs périodes, selon l'enseignant ou l'enseignante, les élèves et la longueur des périodes. Le
matériel requis pour l'évaluation et une bibliographie ont aussi été inclus. Les principaux concepts présentés dans ce
document sont : la lune, le soleil et les planètes. Le matériel a été conçu pour répondre aux débits de travail variés
des élèves, et on peut changer le contenu pour tenir compte de l'intérêts, de la culture ou du milieu des élèves. 39 p.




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P106.33 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Les animaux : unité intégrée sciences naturelles et arts langagiers : 1ère année (Writing Workshop)
Perrey, Raelyn. Holm, Myrna. 2002.
Combining activity-based learning with basic vocabulary development, this integrated Science/English Language
Arts unit is intended for grade one French Immersion. 29 p.
Cette unité intégrée (sciences/arts langagiers) s'adresse aux élèves de première année en immersion française. Elle
propose une série d'activités qui ont pour but l'acquisition de concepts scientifiques tout en développant le
vocabulaire clé. 29 p.

                                                        P106.43 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
                                                        Les plantes : unité obligatoire Sciences naturelles : 1e
                                                        année (Writing Workshop)
                                                        Préfontaine, Hélène. 2001.
                                                        This core unit for grade one students develops concepts from
                                                        the curriculum and emphasizes vocabulary development in
                                                        addition to critical and creative thinking. Practical ideas and
                                                        scripts have been included for the non-expert or beginning
                                                        teacher. Students will be involved in many hands-on
                                                        activities. This unit has been taught and refined over a period
                                                        of eleven years and is a favourite of the author. 47 p.
                                                        Cette unité contient de nombreuses activités se rapportant aux
                                                        objectifs de l’unité obligatoire pour la première année du
                                                        programme d’études de sciences de la Saskatchewan "Les
                                                        plantes". L’emphase est sur le développement de vocabulaire
                                                        et le raisonnement critique. Des idées pratiques pour
                                                        l’enseignement et l’évaluation de cette unité sont visées vers
                                                        le professeur débutant ou non-expert. L’unité comprend
                                                        plusieurs fiches d’activités qui peuvent être découpées pour
faire un livret en forme de feuille. 47 p.

E102.1
Dragons : An Integrated Unit for Grades One to Five
Gauthier, Lilianne. Mracek. Jeanette, 1991.
This is a literature-based unit for French immersion students. 93 p.

E106.31 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
La cellule et les appareils ou systèmes d'organes (French Immersion - Writing Workshop)
Lebastard, Albert. 1995.
This is a model unit designed to accompany the curriculum when teaching the grade four core
unit on cells and systems. It helps students to understand cell biology using a step-by-step
approach and it contains a very strong set of activities on use of the microscope. This unit
provides excellent support for the science teacher without a biology background. 57 p.
Cette unité a été conçue pour la quatrième année et comporte neuf leçons. Chacune de ces
leçons fournit assez de travail pour plusieurs périodes, selon l'enseignant ou l'enseignante,
les élèves et la longueur des périodes. Chaque leçon est accompagnée d'une grille
d'observation.
Les objectifs généraux et spécifiques de l'unité incluent:
• expliquer certains aspects de la théorie cellulaire;
• décrire la structure de base des cellules;
• identifier les cellules comme les composantes les plus petites des organismes;
• reconnaître les relations entre les cellules, les tissus et les organes;
• expliquer la fonction de la peau comme organe.
Les feuilles de travail comprises dans l'unité ont été conçues spécifiquement pour aider les élèves à tenir un journal.
Parmi plusieurs méthodes d'évaluation qui conviennent à l'unité, l'auteur a choisi d'exploiter deux méthodes
d'évaluation, soit la grille d'observation et le journal de l'élève. 57 p.



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                                                                 E106.32 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
                                                                 Les roches, les minéraux et les fossiles (French
                                                                 Immersion Writing Workshop)
                                                                 Beaudry, Line. 1995.
                                                                 An excellent unit, designed to be used to teach the grade
                                                                 four core unit on fossils and rocks. This unit contains
                                                                 many student worksheets and excellent activities that
                                                                 will be very helpful in teaching this elementary geology
                                                                 unit. 69 p.
                                                                 Cette unité a été conçue pour la quatrième année. On y
                                                                 trouve suffisamment de travail pour plusieurs périodes,
                                                                 selon l'enseignant ou l'enseignante, les élèves et la
                                                                 longueur des périodes. L'unité se devise en quatre
                                                                 thèmes: les roches ignées, les roches sédimentaires, les
                                                                 caractéristiques des roches et des minéraux et les
                                                                 fossiles. Chaque thème présente deux à quatre leçons
ainsi que les feuilles d'activités et des feuilles d'évaluation. Une bibliographie se trouve en annexe. 69 p.

E106.33 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Les plantes (French Immersion - Writing Workshop)
Lizee, Guy. 1995.
This unit for students at the grade five level contains 17 teacher-friendly activities that complement the curriculum
very well. This Science unit has a very strong evaluation component. 36 p.
Cette unité a été conçue pour compléter le programme commercial de Sciences en marche au niveau de la cinquième
année. L'unité présente 17 activités et peut durer un mois. Une liste de ressources, des grilles d'évaluation et une
bibliographie ont aussi été incluses. Les activités proposées visent à aider les élèves à développer des habiletés, des
connaissances et des attitudes positives à l'égard de la nature grâce à de nombreux objectifs tels que: prendre soin
d'une plante; prendre conscience des conséquences de ses actes au cours de l'exploration de l'environnement,
apprécier la beauté de la nature et communiquer ses observations de façon précis, entre autres. On préconise des
activités coopératives plutôt que des activités compétitives. 36 p.

E106.34 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
La matière et ses transformations (French Immersion - Writing Workshop)
Miller, Stacy. 1995.
This model unit is designed as a helping hand to teach the grade five core
Science unit on matter and its changes. Written by a classroom teacher for
non-science experts, the activities are very well-explained and require
minimal equipment. The unit contains ten activities that will greatly
simplify teaching the concept of matter and its changes. 44 p.
Cette unité a été conçue pour compléter l'unité obligatoire "La matière et
ses transformations" du programme d'études de sciences de la
Saskatchewan pour la cinquième année. L'unité propose dix plans de leçon
ainsi que des suggestions d'activités.
Les thèmes suggérés sont la matière, les changements physiques et
chimiques, la transformation physique et chimique et les atomes et les
molécules. Les objectifs généraux et spécifiques de l'unité incluent:
• identifier certaines propriétés physiques et chimiques de la matière;
• observer et décrire certaines transformations physiques;
• faire la distinction entre propriétés physiques et propriétés chimiques;
• comparer des solutions à d'autres mélanges;
• faire la différence entre atome et molécule.
On préconise le travail en groupes d'apprentissage coopératifs. 44 p.




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Niveau Intermédiaire
E115.1 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Croissance et développement : hygiène 8e année (French Immersion - Writing Workshop)
Fischer, Gregory. 1995.
This unit is designed to teach attitudes, feelings, and decision-making to young people without teaching sexual
development. It is based on the assumption that students have already been exposed to a unit on human sexuality
and concentrates on the feelings and responsibilities that the students encounter in their constantly changing roles in
society. The activities that are presented follow the philosophy of the health action model. This unit offers teachers
an opportunity to obtain material to teach concepts that could be considered difficult. In that the subject can be
considered controversial, teachers are advised to read the unit over carefully and to consult administration before
teaching it. 41 p.
L'unité, qui n'aborde pas le développement sexuel (la prémisse étant que les élèves ont déjà eu une unité sur la
sexualité humaine), se propose d'enseigner des attitudes, des sentiments et une démarche de prise de décision
appropriée. Elle aborde les sentiments et les responsabilités auxquels sont confrontés les élèves dans une société où
les rôles changent constamment. Les activités proposées suivent le modèle Actions pour la santé. Cette unité fournit
aux enseignants et enseignantes du matériel qui aide à enseigner des concepts complexes. Du fait que le sujet porte à
controverse, il est vivement conseillé aux enseignants et enseignantes de lire l'unité très soigneusement et de
consulter la direction de l'école avant de l'enseigner. 41 p.

                                        E115.2 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
                                        L'image de soi : hygiène 7e, 8e et 9e année (French Immersion - Writing
                                         Workshop)
                                         Prefontaine, Lisette. 1995.
                                         This model unit can be used at the grade seven, eight, or nine level and
                                         has been planned to accommodate mixed grade or single grade classes.
                                         Self-esteem is a very important topic for students in the middle years.
                                         This unit provides a model to follow in teaching the concept of
                                         self-esteem while also attempting to increase the student's level of
                                        self-esteem. The teacher is guided in the use of the teaching learning
                                        model as outlined in the health action model. 50 p.
                                        Cette unité modèle, qui peut s'utiliser en 7e, 8e ou 9e année, a été conçue
                                        pour une classe à années multiples ou une classe à année unique. L'estime
                                        de soi joue un grand rôle chez les élèves de l'intermédiaire. L'unité montre
comment on peut enseigner le concept d'estime de soi tout en aidant l'élève à rehausser son estime de soi. On montre
comment utiliser la démarche d'enseignement et d'apprentissage telle qu'elle figure dans le modèle Actions pour la
santé. 50 p.

E115.3 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Pas besoin des drogues! : hygiène 7e, 8e et 9e année (French Immersion - Writing Workshop)
Holliday, Sharlene. 1995.
This model unit deals with drug education for students. It contains addresses and model
letters that the teacher and the students can use to obtain current information on drug
education. This unit contains activities that will lead students to learn about the
harmful effects of taking drugs as well as strategies that students can use to say "no"
affirmatively. Part of the health action that students are encouraged to take includes
helping others to stay away from drugs. This unit can be used at all the suggested
grade levels with minimal adaptation. The health action model is followed
throughout. 67 p.
Cette unité modèle informe les élèves sur la drogue. On trouve des adresses et des lettres modèles
dont les élèves ou les enseignants peuvent se servir pour demander des renseignements. L'unité contient des activités
grâce auxquelles l'élève apprend les effets nocifs de la drogue, ainsi que des stratégies pour dire fermement "non" à
la drogue. Dans le cadre du modèle Actions pour la santé, les élèves sont invités à aider les autres à ne pas toucher à
la drogue. L'unité s'adresse aux élèves de 7e, 8e et 9e année et demande une adaptation minimale. Le modèle
Actions pour la santé est présent du début jusqu'à la fin. 67 p.




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E115.4 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Pour une vie active et saine! : hygiène 7e année (French Immersion - Writing Workshop)
Pon, Terry. 1995.
This model unit is aimed at middle years Physical Education. The unit is designed to encourage students to begin
and continue to take an active part in a variety of physical activities to increase their physical fitness level. A
sequence of activities follows the philosophy of the health action model. The first part of the unit provides
information about the meaning of physical fitness and how to increase his/her level of physical fitness. The student
is then encouraged to decide about personal fitness and to act upon that decision by taking action to improve their
fitness level. 45 p.
Cette unité modèle s'adresse à l'enseignant ou enseignante généraliste qui enseigne l'éducation physique à
l'intermédiaire. Le but de l'unité est d'encourager les élèves à prendre régulièrement part à une gamme d'activités
physiques visant à augmenter le niveau de bonne forme physique. L'unité donne une séquence d'activités qui
obéissent au modèle "Actions pour la santé". La première partie de l'unité donne à l'élève une définition de la bonne
forme physique et indique des moyens pour améliorer son niveau de forme physique. L'élève se trouve ensuite
encouragé à prendre une décision concernant la bonne forme physique et à passer à l'action pour améliorer sa forme
physique. 45 p.

E118.4 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Le débat style discussion dans la salle de classe (6é à 9é année) (Middle Years’ Debate)
Lemieux, Yasmina. 2006.
L’unité vise à la production orale, mais incorpore chacun des quatre savoirs (compréhension orale, production orale,
compréhension écrite, production écrite) du programme d’études d’arts langagiers. Les objectifs et les stratégies
d’évaluation dont la référence est faite au « programme d’études » proviennent du programme d’études pour le
français en immersion : niveau intermédiaire : 6é à 9é année. This unit is focused on speaking, but incorporates other
strands (comprehension in both speaking and writing as well as the writing strand) in the English Language Arts
curriculum. The objectives and evaluation strategies referred to in this unit come from the Curriculum Guide for
French Immersion: Intermediate Level: Grades 6-9.
26 p.

                      S115.3 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
                          Unité modèle : la sexualité humaine : hygiène 9e année (French Immersion - Writing
                          Workshop)
                          Sparrow, Paulette. 1995.
                          This unit provides practical ideas to teach human sexuality. Activities deal with responsible
                         adolescent behaviour and can be adapted for a variety of teaching situations. Examples of
                       continuous evaluation strategies are provided. A word of caution is required because of the
                  controversial nature of the subject dealt with in this unit. Teachers should carefully read the unit
and consult administration before teaching it. 70 p.
Cette unité donne des idées pratiques pour enseigner la sexualité humaine. Les activités, qui peuvent s'adapter à
différentes situations d'enseignement, portent sur le comportement responsable qu'il faut avoir à l'adolescence. On
trouve des exemples de stratégies d'évaluation continue. Attention: le sujet abordé dans l'unité porte à controverse. Il
est vivement conseillé aux enseignants et enseignantes de lire l'unité attentivement et de consulter la direction de
l'école avant de l'enseigner. 70 p.

S115.4 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
La famille : hygiène 9e année (French Immersion - Writing Workshop)
Brown, Tonia. 1995.
This unit deals with a topic that is often only dealt with at the primary level. It is generally
accepted that the North American family has been changing. This unit attempts to give students a
better understanding of family structures, their own family structure and their place within their
family. A variety of evaluation methods are suggested and teacher sheets are provided. 71 p.
Cette unité traite d'un sujet que l'on n'aborde souvent qu'à l'élémentaire. Il est généralement reconnu que la famille
en Amérique du Nord a subi des changements considérables. Grâce à cette unité, l'élève comprend mieux les
structures familiales en général, la structure de sa famille et voit mieux où se situer au sein de sa famille. De
nombreuses méthodes d'évaluation sont suggérées et des feuilles destinées à l'enseignant ou l'enseignante sont
fournies. 71 p.


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French as a First Language
Français
Niveau Intermédiaire
E118.1 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Le roman policier (6e année)
(The Mystery Novel) (French Writing Workshop)
Ministère de l'Éducation de la Saskatchewan. 2001.
Le but de cette unité n’est pas d’enseigner tout au sujet du roman policier. C’est surtout de donner aux élèves le goût
de ce genre de littéraire, de présenter un vocabulaire de base du genre et de cultiver les habiletés écrites et orales à
partir de l’étude du roman. Les activités, qui sont nombreuses et variées, proposées dans cette unité modèle se
rapportent au roman Des photos qui parlent, mais elles peuvent s’adapter facilement à n’importe quel autre roman
policier. 105 p.
The goal of this unit is not to teach everything there is to know about this literary genre. It is rather to encourage
students to read this genre, to present a basic vocabulary of this genre and to develop reading and writing skills
through a novel study. The activities, which are numerous and varied, proposed in this model unit are related to the
novel Des photos qui parlent, but they could easily be adapted to any mystery novel. 105 p.

E118.2 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
La biographie et l’autobiographie (7e année)
(Biography and Autobiography) (French Writing Workshop)
Ministère de l'Éducation de la Saskatchewan. 2001.
Cette unité permet à l’enseignant de présenter les caractéristiques et des conventions de langue de la biographie et de
l’autobiographie. Les élèves étudient des biographies des personnages connus, écrivent une courte biographie et
rédigent leur propre autobiographie. 69 p.
This unit gives the teacher the opportunity to introduce the characteristics and language used in the writing of a
biography or an autobiography. In this unit, students study biographies of some well-known personalities and write
both a short biography and their own autobiography. 69 p.

E118.3 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
La poésie et la chanson contemporaine (8e année)
(Poetry and Contemporary Music) (French Writing Workshop)
Ministère de l'Éducation de la Saskatchewan. 2001.
Cette unité se concentre sur l’exploration et l’appréciation de la chanson française contemporaine surtout en
Saskatchewan et au Canada. Les élèves sont portés à examiner et à évaluer la poésie sous forme de chanson pour ses
messages, ainsi que pour sa structure et son style. Les activités sont destinées à être interactives. Les travaux des
élèves seront gardées dans un cahier de poésie. L’un des buts principaux de cette unité est d’accrocher les élèves à la
chanson française et de les présenter aux artistes que les jeunes francophones de leur âge écoutent. 47 p.
This unit focuses on the exploration and appreciation of popular French songs, especially from Saskatchewan and
Canada. The emphasis is on having students examine and evaluate poetry for its messages as well as for its structure
and style through songs. The activities are designed to be interactive. Work that students complete for assessment
and evaluation is organized in the form of a Poetry Journal. One of the main goals of this unit is to interest
immersion students in popular French music and to introduce them to French language artists that francophones of
their age listen to on a daily basis. 47 p.



HEALTH
Elementary Level
P115.4
Dental Health Unit
Knezacek, Laurette. 1990.
The purpose of this unit is to introduce students to good dental health practices through formal lessons and a
learning centre. 41 p.



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P115.5
A Fire Safety Game for Primary Grades
Bartley, Iome. 1995.
This game was developed to provide practice in determining whether a situation poses a potential fire hazard, and in
thinking of something a child could do to change the situation to a safer one. 17 p.



Middle Level
E115.5 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Middle Level Health Education : Peer Pressure Unit : A Required Unit for Grade Seven (Writing Workshop)
Laliberte, Jean. 2000.
This grade 7 Health required unit on peer pressure uses concept mapping, role playing, panels, oral reading and
talking circles to assist students in understanding peer pressure and how to develop strategies for dealing with it.
Adolescent novels such as Crash, My Name is Brian and Crazy Lady are used for discussion and role play. 19 p.

E115.6 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Middle Level Health Education : Self-Concept Unit : A Required Unit for Grade Six (Writing Workshop)
Haugen, Connie. 2000.
This grade six Health unit uses discussion, interviews, concept formation, journal writing, role plays, sharing circles,
and peer practice instructional strategies to assist students in understanding self-concept and the factors that
influence its formation. 24 p.

S115.2
AIDS Unit : Grade Nine Health
O'Connor, Donna. Robertson, Leslie. 1990.
This cooperatively planned resource-based unit uses a wide range of communication skills and language experiences
to develop students' knowledge of AIDS. Personal and social values are stressed in this unit. 28 p.



Secondary Level
S115.5
Wellness 10 (Aboriginal Content/Perspectives)
Nickel, Danny. 1996.
Aboriginal perspectives on wellness are developed in this Wellness 10 unit. 46 p.



INTEGRATED STUDIES
                          Elementary Level
                            P114.31
                              Circle of Life : A Circle Theme Unit for Early Childhood Education...With a
                              First Nations Focus (Aboriginal Content/Perspectives)
                              Henderson, Cydney. 1996.
                             Using the theme of the circle, this integrated unit includes activities for all subject areas
                             and is suitable for kindergarten to grade two. Information is given on building
                            community within the classroom and school, and guidelines for using a talking circle are
                          presented. The Circle of Life is used as a framework for student goal-setting. 101 p.




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P114.32 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
A Multiage Unit on the United Kingdom (Multigrade Project)
Engel, Kim E. 1998.
This multi-level kindergarten to grade six unit uses a thematic
approach to teach students about the United Kingdom. Objectives
from Core French, Arts Education, English Language Arts,
Mathematics, Physical Education, Science and Social Studies
curricula are incorporated in the unit. Cooperative, heterogeneous
groups are used as an organizing structure. Assignments and
activities are planned with ability levels and learning styles in mind. 75 p.

P114.33 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Chocolate (Multigrade Project)
Engel, Kim E. 1998.
Developed to meet the needs of kindergarten to grade six students in a multi-level setting, this unit uses the theme of
chocolate to teach key concepts covered in Core French, Visual Arts, English Language Arts, Mathematics, Physical
Education, Science and Social Studies. Cooperative, heterogeneous groups are used as an organizing structure. A list
of key resources used in the unit is provided as well as useful internet addresses. 47 p.

P114.34 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Back To School
Novotny, Bonnie. 2000.
This resource geared to students in kindergarten to grade three focuses on building social skills that help create a
caring classroom community. Several games and activities that encourage such skills as respecting others, taking
turns, leading and following, and following directions help build students' sense of self worth and positive social
interactions. 21 p.

P114.35 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Bridging Two Worlds : Canada and China (Writing Workshop)
Epp, Margaret. Campbell, Karen. 2000.
This grade 4/5 interdisciplinary unit incorporates English Language Arts, Social Studies, Mathematics and Arts
Education to assist students in understanding Chinese culture. The two essential questions that frame the unit are:
How have we benefited from China's contributions? and What are the connections between China and Canada?
Activities for celebrating Chinese New Year are provided as well as a broad range of assessment instruments. 60 p.

P114.37 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Moon Journals (Writing Workshop)
Peardon, Barbara. 2001.
In this grade five unit plan, students use daily moon journals to record their observation of the moon. Objectives
from the English Language Arts, Visual Art and Science curricula are incorporated in the unit and extensive lists of
poetry, picture and information books are provided. Suggestions and activities are given for adapting the unit for a
range of grade levels and abilities. 56 p.

E114.15 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Saskatchewan Aboriginal Peoples : Legends, Lifestyles, and Culture (Aboriginal Content/Perspectives)
Reavie, Maryanne. 1995.
This is a Gr. 4 thematic unit of study combining Social Studies, English Language Arts, and Arts Education. 22 p.

E114.16 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Stars : Balancing Western and First Nations Concepts (Aboriginal Content /Perspectives)
Aitcheson, Lori. 1996.
This unit was designed to integrate First Nations content across the curriculum at the grade five level using the
theme of stars. 17 p.




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               Middle Level
               E114.12 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
                Global Education Through Dance (Global Education)
                   Reschny, Susan. 1992.
                   This unit has been designed so that classroom teachers may adapt it to a variety of grade levels.
Global education themes and dance elements are suggested but teachers may individualize the unit to suit personal
ideas, abilities, and needs. 8 p.

E114.14 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Planning Integrated Thematic Units of Study
Kroeger, Laura. 1995.
The purpose of the handbook is to consider the composition of
thematic units of study and how they can be an effective means of
organizing instruction in the classroom. The planning process is
described and readers are invited to use a planning sequence to
develop their own unit. Two brief sample units are included. 47 p.

E114.17 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Aboriginal Peoples : Past and Present (Multigrade Project)
Erlandson, Cheryl. 1998.
This unit of study is designed to familiarize middle years’ students in multigrade settings (grades six to eight) with
the diversity of Aboriginal peoples in historical as well as contemporary settings. Studies in English Language Arts,
Social Studies, Music, Art, and Science are integrated. Students are given opportunities to participate in literature
circles, or novel studies and research projects, as well as to experience the art and music of some of the Aboriginal
peoples of Canada. 31 p.



Secondary Level
S114.12 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Dev Con : Canadian Foreign Aid and Developing Countries (Writing Workshop)
Epp, Larry. 2001.
This group simulation on how Canada spends its foreign aid money challenges groups of students to work through
the problem of preventing starvation in a drought-stricken country. It can be used as an introduction to English
Language Arts B30, Economics or grade eight Social Studies. 24 p.



LIBRARY ACTIVITIES
Elementary Level
P117.1
Getting the "Bear" Facts
Martin, Shari. Willner, Laura. 1992.
This unit is a cooperatively planned unit on the theme of bears. Students will learn how to locate resources and they
will learn about the parts of a book and how to make one. 24 p.



Middle Level
E117.5
S.C.O.P.E. : A "Fresh Breath" Approach to Research
Martin, Shari. 1992.
SCOPE is an acronym for the stages a student must go through to complete a research project successfully. 18 p.




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LIFE TRANSITIONS 30
Secondary Level
                             S103.1
                             Life Transitions 30 : Unit on Scholarships
                             Kidd, Darlene. 2001.
                             This unit on scholarships could be taught as part of the Life Transitions 30 unit on
                             career planning. Specific strategies are presented to teach students how to apply for
                             scholarships based on their academic goals, student involvement and work experiences.
                             17 p.



MATHEMATICS
Elementary Level
P105.11 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Plane Geometry
Lockhart, Carol. 1994.
This unit provides ideas for integrating plane geometry into the elementary
classroom. There are lots of hands-on activities with manipulatives and real
experiences. Lesson plans include objectives, materials, directions, and extensions. A
bibliography of resources used for compiling this unit is also included. 23 p.

P105.12 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Time, Money, Temperature
Danylczuk, Eileen. 1994.
This unit discusses three sub-topics from the measurement strand at the elementary level.
For each strand, the author has developed several lessons that incorporate the use of children’s
literature and real-world examples to illustrate the concepts. 18 p.

P105.13 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Let's Operate : An Interactive Teaching Unit for Grades Three to Five
Fulton, Michael. 1994.
This interactive teaching unit for grades three to five uses manipulatives to develop an understanding of place value
in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. 40 p.

P105.14 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Patterns Here, There and Everywhere!
Hanlin, Alice. Amundrud, Brian. 1994.
This unit in grade one Mathematics emphasizes the use of manipulatives to develop understanding of such concepts
as classification, addition, and subtraction. 16 p.

P105.15
Parent and Parent-Child Mathematics Evenings
Forsythe, Lilian. 1995.
This is an activity based program designed for parents, or for parents and students, to help parents understand the
problem solving and thinking skills focus of Mathematics. The activities portion of the program will take about an
hour to an hour and one-half. 44 p.

P105.16
New Math Curriculum Flow Chart
Oryszczyn, Alvena. Olshewski, Gwen. 1995.
The authors developed this flow chart of Mathematics objectives to assist them in implementing the new curriculum.
It will be especially helpful for teachers of multigrades. 28 p.




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P105.17 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Money Talks : Canadian Money (Multigrade)
Ferré, Wilna. Gaillard, Cora. 1998.
Designed for grades three and four, this unit has newspapers, games, and journal writing activities to teach the
concept of money and the role it plays in our daily lives. The unit fits the measurement strand of the elementary
                  curriculum and stresses mental math and problem solving. 36 p.



                       Middle Level
                    E105.15 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
                    Measurement, Perimeter and Area (Math Writing Workshop)
                     Brososky, Greg. Neufeld, Michael. 1994.
                     This unit provides hands-on activities to help develop concepts of linear measure, perimeter,
                      and area. 22 p.

                        E105.16 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
                        Middle Ages
Gareau, Simone. 1994.
This math unit is part of an integrated study on the theme "Middle Ages." The end product of
this unit is a medieval fair where students set up a variety of booths to which visitors are
invited to experience many aspects of medieval life. The math included fits middle level
objectives and deals with practical problems met in setting up such a fair. 13 p.

E105.17 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Performance Stations in Mathematics : Grade Six
Gauthier, Liliane. 1995.
This booklet provides examples of questions that are suitable for performance stations at the
grade six level. The introduction outlines the advantages of using performance stations, the
criteria for performance tasks, and management suggestions. Types of rubrics are described. 116 p.

E105.18 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Performance Stations in Mathematics : Grade Seven
Gauthier, Liliane. 1995.
This booklet provides examples of questions that are suitable for performance stations at the grade seven level. The
introduction outlines the advantages of using performance stations, the criteria for performance tasks, and
management suggestions. Types of rubrics are described. 104 p.

E105.19 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Performance Stations in Mathematics : Grade Eight
Gauthier, Liliane. 1995.
Question samples suitable for performance stations at the grade eight level are provided. Types of rubrics,
advantages of using performance stations, the criteria for performance tasks, and management suggestions are
presented. 146 p.

S105.19 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Performance Stations in Mathematics : Grade Nine
Gauthier, Liliane. 1995.
This booklet provides examples of questions that are suitable for performance stations at the grade nine level. The
introduction outlines the advantages of using performance stations, the criteria for performance tasks, and
management suggestions. Types of rubrics are described. 141 p.




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Secondary Level
S105.4
Algebra 30 : Introduction to Sequences, Series, and Annuities
Markowski, Lyle. Owen, Laurence. 1988.
In this unit, students will be expected to define arithmetic sequence and finite sequence, identify arithmetic sequence
and find nth term of an arithmetic sequence. The Common Essential Learnings have been incorporated into this unit
where the authors felt it was appropriate. 17 p.

S105.5
Algebra 20 : Statistics : An Introduction
Dodge, Ken C. 1989.
This introductory unit on statistics is divided into eight lessons. The unit incorporates and identifies activities that
                          allow for the use of Common Essential Learnings. 23 p.

                          S105.6 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
                          Direct and Partial Variations : Math 10
                          Mah, Ray. 1993.
                          This Math 10 unit gives examples and practice on direct and partial variation using real life
                          examples. 14 p.

                         S105.7 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
                         Against All Odds
                         Hamm, Eric. Sanders, Murray. 1993.
For this Math 10 unit on probability, students work in groups to develop a game based on probability. 14 p.

S105.8 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Get into Line
Russell, Gale. 1993.
This unit on linear relations covers seven sub-units dealing with graphing, the
graphs of linear equations, line characteristics, the writing of linear equations,
and three areas of applications: direct and partial variation, arithmetic
sequences and series, and scatter plots. Students are encouraged to explore
topics without direct instruction, followed by practice questions and the
students' own creation of problems. 48 p.

S105.9 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Consumer Wise
Profeit, Michelle. 1993.
Designed for the Math 10 Core course unit on consumer mathematics. Students are encouraged to apply budgeting
to their own imagined situation after graduation. 15 p.

S105.10 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Angles and Polygons
Kachroo, Romesh. Seidler, Keith. 1993.
In this Math 10 unit, students will learn to define and illustrate terms related to the study of angles and to solve
diagrammatic and word problems involving these angles. 18 p.

S105.11
Saskatchewan Senior Math Contests : 1968-1994
Saskatchewan Mathematics Teachers Society. 1994.
This compilation of Saskatchewan Senior Math Contests from 1968 to 1994 is intended to be a source of
challenging problems for both students and teachers. Suggested solutions to these problems are available in the
S105.18 unit. 70 p.




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S105.12
Compendium of Middle/Secondary Math Games, Role Plays, Activities, and Projects
Holtvogt-Briens, Jolene. 1994.
Games, puzzles, and activities reinforce student understanding of such concepts as congruence, probability,
factoring, budgeting, and vectors. Games are also suggested as a review strategy. 36 p.

S105.13
Computer-Based Instruction for Binomial Expansion and Factoring
Hoffman, Jim. 1994.
The processes of expanding and factoring represent mathematical operations that are backward and forward kinds of
operations. The computer software Derive allows the student to approach a topic by looking for patterns, developing
rules that regulate the procedures and creating examples to test student generated hypotheses. 30 p.

S105.14 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Hands-On Geometry : Using Manipulatives in Math 10 Core, Lines and Line Segments, Angles and Polygons
Bracken, Kathleen. 1994.
Uses mira construction and Pythagorean puzzles to develop geometric concepts. 51 p.

S105.15 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
              Introduction to Slope for Middle Years Mathematics
              Bruce, Murray. 1994.
              This unit deals with the Cartesian grid and linear equations with some analysis of the graph of the
               line and its relationship to the equation of the line. 21 p.

                 S105.16
                   Quadratic Functions
                      Norris, Ken. 1994.
                        The purpose of this unit is to develop students' understanding of the quadratic function and
                        recognize real-life applications. 65 p.

                     S105.17
                  Mathematics 20 Supplementary Materials
Bowes, Clarence. Christ, Janet. Hoffman, Jim. Lambie, Judy. Thiessen, Burt, with support from the Saskatoon
Board of Education. 1994.
This booklet includes activities related to irrational numbers, consumer math, factoring,
polynomials and rational expressions, quadratic functions, quadratic equations, angles and
polygons, and circles. 246 p.

S105.18
Saskatchewan Senior Math Contests Solutions : 1968-1995
Saskatchewan Mathematics Teachers Society. 1995.
These solutions have been compiled as a companion document to S105.11 Saskatchewan Senior Math Contests.
However, as the preface explains, they should not be considered as the only solution to the problems or provided
readily to students.
111 p.

S105.20 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Optimization Problems : Calculus 30 (Writing Workshop)
Norris, Ken. 1999.
This unit provides learning activities on translating word problems into mathematical functions, determining the
absolute maximum and minimum values of a function over an interval, and using a graphic calculator to represent
and solve optimization problems. A variety of instructional strategies such as cooperative learning groups,
brainstorming, structured overview, and model building are presented and a sample four-point assessment rubric is
provided. 39 p.




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S105.21 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Consumer Mathematics 10 (Writing Workshop)
Huber, Gail. 2000.
This unit complements the consumer math unit in the provincial Mathematics 10 curriculum. Math skills required
for calculating pay and developing a budget are the main focus of the unit. Suggestions for evaluation and an
assessment rubric are provided. 46 p.



NATIVE STUDIES
Secondary Level
S100.31 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Development : A Unit Plan for Native Studies 20
Pillay, Margaret. 2008.
Students in Native Studies 20 will examine contemporary issues that affect Indigenous peoples, not only in Canada,
but all over the world. This unit is designed to be used in conjunction with Unit Two of the curriculum, in which
students learn about the factors that affect development and the unique perspectives Indigenous peoples have on this
topic. 53 p.



PHYSICAL EDUCATION
         Middle Level
                  E113.22 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
                      Aboriginal Physical Education 6-9 (Aboriginal Content/Perspectives)
                      Desnomie, Rachel. 1996.
                         This unit focuses on Physical Education grades six to nine using activities that originate
                         with First Nations people. There is an emphasis on balancing the four elements of an
                        individual: spiritual, emotional, mental, and physical. 43 p.




PRACTICAL AND APPLIED ARTS
Home Economics
Secondary Level
S108.14 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Working with Venison (Aboriginal Content/Perspectives)
Margison, Susan. 1996.
In this Home Economics unit, students learn to cook wild meat. A variety of venison recipes are
provided. Suggestions include making sausage and an ice-fishing excursion. 29 p.



SCIENCE
Elementary Level
P106.22
Animal Babies : Kindergarten
McLean, Lorna. 1990.
This unit suggests a variety of activities through which students will become familiar with the names of baby
animals and with the concept of caring for animals. 22 p.




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P106.29 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
From a Seed to a Loaf : The Story of Growing Grain (Technological Literacy Project)
Gregoire, Norma. 1995.
This unit was developed for early primary children and focuses mainly on changes that have occurred in grain
farming due to the advancement of technology. The unit provides opportunity for integration with the grade one
Science unit on plants, the Social Studies unit on families, and English Language Arts. 17 p.

P106.31
Animals : Grade One Science (Aboriginal Content/Perspectives)
Haight, Gail. Cameron, Phil. 1996.
The authors have incorporated First Nations/Métis perspectives into the grade one Science unit on animals through
such activities as the Circle of Life. 45 p.

P106.32 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
The Sky : A Grade One Optional Science Unit (Writing Workshop)
Parohl, Florence. 2000.
This grade one optional Science unit on the sky provides several activities for students to examine objects that
appear in the sky. Suggestions are given for adapting the unit to meet a range of ability levels and instructions are
provided for teaching the days of the week and months of the year in sign language. Evaluation tools such as
checklists and rubrics are also included. 51 p.

P106.34 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
The Solar System : A Resource-Based Unit for Grade 3 Science
Mitchell, Colleen. Hardowa, Shirley. 2002.
This grade three unit on the solar system is based on a core unit in the elementary science curriculum. Students are
presented with opportunities to use print, internet, video and CD-ROM resources for their research needs. 13 p.

                                P106.35 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
                                The Western Red Lily : A Module for Elementary School Teachers
                                     Scyrup, Sharla. Yaremko, Michael. 2004.
                                      In celebration of the Saskatchewan Centennial year in 2005, SaskPower and
                                      Shand Greenhouse collaborated to propagate 100,000 Western Red Lily bulbs
                                     for distribution throughout the province. Teacher-researchers of the University
                                       of Saskatchewan put together educational materials that fit with
                                     Saskatchewan’s curricula so that teachers would have access to ready-made
materials to use along with the bulbs. These mini units for grades 3-5 science move from a basic study in grade 3 of
plants and animal habitats and their interaction in a changing environment. The grade 4 unit introduces students to
plant and animal cells and the special needs of plants, while the grade 5 module stresses the specific functions and
structures of native plants and focuses on actions that humans can take to ensure the survival of our native prairie.
50 p.

P106.37 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Oceans : Grade 5 Science Optional Unit
Smith, Tracy. Saunders, Kim. Krueckl, Shirley. Weiss, Shirley. 2005.
Students rotate through ocean learning stations in this cooperatively planned and taught grade
5 optional science unit. Low-level to high-level research activities based on Bloom’s
Taxonomy and Multiple Intelligences Theory are placed on tiered cubes that were developed
for each of the world’s oceans. 25 p.




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P106.44 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Endangered Animals : Caring for Our Earth
Furgiuele, M. Prokopowich, M. Smart, L. 2006.
This resource could be used as part of the grade 3 Science core unit on animals. Designed to be cooperatively taught
with a teacher-librarian, the unit includes several information retrieval and sharing activities, as well as extensions to
Arts Education. 22 p.

E106.25 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Rocks, Minerals and Fossils : A Resource-Based Unit of Study for Grade Four Science
Thiessen, Bertha. Carpenter, Dave. Munro, Grace. 1991.
Students study rocks, minerals and their formation, and then fossils. They rotate through four workstations and a
bonus station with many resources available at each station. 22 p.



Middle Level
E106.5 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Resource-Based Learning on Space Exploration : Science – Grade 6
Melnyk, Gina. Rey, Dolores. 2004.
The aims of this resource-based learning unit are to investigate the past, present and future of the space program; to
explore innovations in technology that have led to advances in the space program; and to demonstrate understanding
in these areas. The unit is designed for grade 6 science. 12 p.

E106.42 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
The Western Red Lily : A Teaching Module for the Middle Years Science Curriculum.
Keller, Laurette. Chevrier, Deborah. Dunkley, Linda. 2004.
In celebration of the Saskatchewan Centennial year in 2005, SaskPower and Shand Greenhouse collaborated to
propagate 100,000 Western Red Lily bulbs for distribution throughout the province. Teacher-researchers at the
University of Saskatchewan put together educational materials that fit with Saskatchewan’s curricula so that
teachers would have access to ready-made materials to use along with the bulbs. This teaching module is designed to
introduce middle years students to biological and ecological studies of the Western Red Lily, Saskatchewan’s
provincial flower and a protected species. Students will gain knowledge about the parts of the flower and their roles
in plant production. Students will examine the ecosystem of the lily, focusing on relationships between living and
non-living factors. Students will also learn about how human activity impacts living species in nature, come to
define their own social responsibility, and act as stewards for protecting the natural world. 50 p.



                                               Secondary Level
                                                S106.1 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
                                                Exploring Motion-Related Technology Through a First Nations’
                                               Game : A Lesson to Support Science 10
                                           Hlady, David. 2007.
                                        This lesson is from the unit in the Science 10 Curriculum Guide entitled
                                       Physical Science: Motion in Our World, and can be used as an introduction to
                                        the concept of motion. The lesson uses a First Nations’ game, snow snakes, to
                                          illustrate motion. Because snow is necessary for this game, the unit will
                                            need to be used during the winter. 16 p.




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S106.2 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
From Mission to Action : Lessons on Sustainability of Ecosystems to Support Science 10
View, Ted. 2008.
These lessons incorporate objectives from the unit entitled Life Science: Sustainability
of Ecosystems in the Science 10 Curriculum Guide. After an examination of
ecological footprints, a discussion on different cultural perspectives ensues.
Students are invited to explore the Aboriginal perspective through a guided
activity, and they end the study by creating their own personal mission
statement and action plan. 22 p.

S106.3 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Indigenous Knowledge and Cultural Weather Perspectives : Lessons to
Support Science 10
Wright, John. Johnson, Duane. 2007.
This series of lessons incorporates four of the foundational objectives from the unit entitled Earth and Space
Science: Weather Dynamics in the Science 10 Curriculum Guide. These lessons examine cultural perspectives on
weather and weather predictions, and are designed to be an introduction to the topic of weather. 30 p.

S106.4 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Chemical Reactions : Background Information for Science 10
Johnson, Duane. 2007.
This material provides background knowledge, from a First Nations and Métis perspective, for the unit entitled
Physical Science: Chemical Reactions in the Science 10 Curriculum Guide. No lesson is included. 10 p.

S106.5 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Mother Earth : A Lesson to Support Science 10
Lorensen, Lana. 2007.
This lesson incorporates objectives from the unit entitled Life Science: Sustainability of Ecosystems in the Science
10 Curriculum Guide. It can be taught as an introduction to the unit or as a review and closure. The lesson uses the
children’s book Dear Children of the Earth: A Letter from Home by Schim Schimmel as its central point, but
teachers could substitute books from their own libraries with similar themes. 18 p.

S106.6 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Human Impact on Ecosystems : A Lesson to Support Science 10
Lorensen, Lana. 2008.
This lesson incorporates objectives from the unit entitled Life Science: Sustainability of Ecosystems in the Science
10 Curriculum Guide. In the lesson, students will investigate key concepts surrounding the impact of humans on
ecosystems. A legend is used as its central point. Although the lesson is based on one specific story, teachers may
also use books from their own libraries with similar themes. 16 p.

S106.7 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Western Red Lily Project : A Teaching Module for Use in Biology 20, Ecological Organization Unit,
Saskatchewan Evergreen Curriculum.
Dauk, Jennifer. Avis, Kendall. Brown-Szydlowski, Sharon. 2004.
In celebration of the Saskatchewan Centennial year in 2005, SaskPower and Shand Greenhouse collaborated to
propagate 100,000 Western Red Lily bulbs for distribution throughout the province. Teacher-researchers at the
University of Saskatchewan put together educational materials that fit with Saskatchewan’s curricula so that
teachers would have access to ready-made materials to use along with the bulbs. The three lesson plans included in
this Biology 20 unit are on growing and caring for the Western Red Lily, population sampling, and conservation.
Each lesson includes information for overheads, evaluation tools and student handouts. 27 p.




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                                        S106.10
                                        Science Units : Biology 20 and 30
                                        Dybvig, Richard. 1990.
                                        This unit is based on a cooperative learning model that is outlined in the
                                        introduction. The dimensions of scientific literacy and thinking skills are
                                        developed. 24 p.

                                       S106.12 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
                                       Engineering and Chemistry : Theory into Practice (Global Education)
                                       Germann, Karl. 1992.
The purpose of this unit is to supplement the stoichiometric section of Chemistry 20 and place it in a global
perspective. 29 p.

S106.14
An STSE Approach in the Science Classroom : A Waste Management Study
Science Summer Institute for Saskatchewan Teachers. 1990.
This unit deals with the controversial issue of waste management using a variety of
teaching strategies such as concept mapping, field trip, journal writing, simulation,
and case study. 47 p.

S106.16 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Introduction to Biology : Core Unit One (Technological Literacy Writing
Workshop)
Meachem, Carol. Stenerson, Heather. 1995.
Career education and research serve as enrichment components to the Biology curriculum. Most of the activities in
this unit are completed cooperatively to emphasize and continuously reinforce the importance of working together.
37 p.

S106.20 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Cultural Perspectives on Sustainability : Lessons to Support Science 10
Wright, John. 2008.
These activities provide background information on a western and First Nations and Métis perspective or worldview
as an introduction to a variety of viewpoints on sustainability. These lessons incorporate objectives from the unit
entitled Life Science: Sustainability of Ecosystems in the Science 10 Curriculum Guide. These activities could be
used as an introduction to the topic of sustainability, or as a closure. 20 p.

S106.21 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Natural Chemical Changes and Common Everyday Reactions : A Lesson to Support Science 10
View, Ted. 2008.
These activities and lab incorporate objectives from the unit entitled Physical Science: Chemical Reactions in the
Science 10 Curriculum Guide. The activities look at chemical change in a First Nations and Métis context. A lab is
included, but the lab is not intended as a substitute for a chemical change lab - it can act as a supplement to the usual
lab. 21 p.

S106.22 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
The Six Seasons of the Woodland Cree : A Lesson to Support Science 10
Johnson, Duane. 2008.
This lesson incorporates foundational objectives from the unit entitled Earth and Space Science: Weather Dynamics
in the Science 10 Curriculum Guide. Students will examine cultural perspectives regarding weather and,
specifically, the seasons of the year. The focus here is on a six-season model used by the Woodland Cree. This
lesson could be presented as an introduction to the topic of weather. 11 p.




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                                  S106.23 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
                                     Sustainability of Ecosystems : A Lesson to Support Science 10
                                       Lorensen, Lana. 2008.
                                        This lesson incorporates objectives from the unit entitled Life Science:
                                        Sustainability of Ecosystems in the Science 10 Curriculum Guide. It has story
                                        as its central point. The topic of sustainability of ecosystems is discussed
                                       using the picture book Wolf Island, the story of wolves that are removed from
                                    their own habitat, and the effect this has on biodiversity and population
                                 dynamics. Although the lesson is based on one specific story, teachers may
                              incorporate books from their own libraries with similar themes. 22 p.

S106.24 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Walking with the Earth - Pimohtiwin : Lessons to Support Science 10
Klein, Marcia. 2008.
These lessons incorporate objectives from the unit entitled Life Science: Sustainability
of Ecosystems in the Science 10 Curriculum Guide. Students experience a walk in
nature that could take place in any community, or could also be a field trip to an
environmental centre. Included are a pre-site lesson, an on-site lesson, and a post-site
lesson. The material here is based on experiences at Brightwater Science and
Environment Centre with Saskatoon Public Schools, an outdoor education centre
located near Saskatoon. In these visits, students are accompanied by an Elder or a
traditional knowledge keeper. A PowerPoint presentation has been created to
accompany these lessons and can be downloaded separately. A paper copy of the
PowerPoint slideshow is included with the teaching materials. 54 p.



SOCIAL STUDIES
Elementary Level
P100.4
Cities : "Our City Named Saskatoon"
Dyck, Daphne. 1990.
Activities designed to help students think about characteristics of a city are included in this unit. 25 p.

P100.5 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
A Kenyan Safari (Global Education)
Papageorgiu, Shelly. Shannon, Chantile. 1992.
This unit includes a four-part video and a teacher's guide. The video presents an overview of Kenya and an
encounter with a Kenyan family in its contemporary village setting. With a focus on children’s rights, the unit
promotes the concepts of multicultural understanding and social justice. Suggested activities also support the
concept of global inter-relatedness. Compatible with the primary Social Studies curriculum. 29 p.

P100.6 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Many Places, Many Faces : Children and Families of the World (Global Education)
Munro, Grace. Saunders, Pam. Worman, Betty. 1992 .
This resource-based grade one Social Studies unit incorporates a global education emphasis. 12 p.

P100.7
Families : A Grade One Social Studies Handbook
Saskatoon Board of Education. 1993.
This handbook is a collection of teacher ideas and resources developed around the six units in the grade one Social
Studies curriculum. Integrated activities include suggestions for drama, music, visual art, and dance. 62 p.




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P100.8
Our Community : Grade Two Social Studies Handbook
                                      Saskatoon Board of Education. 1993.
                                       The purpose of this project is to provide a resource manual to
                                       accompany the Ministry of Education’s grade two Social Studies
                                              curriculum. Maps and student activity sheets are included.
                                              52 p.

                                                    P100.9
                                                      Our City Saskatoon : Grade Three Social Studies
                                                      Handbook
                                                     Saskatoon Board of Education. 1993.
                                          The contents are organized around the five major headings in the
                             Ministry of Education’s grade three Social Studies curriculum: What are cities?
Where are cities located? How do people live in cities? How do cities meet the needs and wants of people? and How
do cities change? 84 p.

P100.10 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
China
Bowles, Lynnell. Kosowan-Kirk, Cheryl. 1995.
The integrated theme is organized as a young girl's (aged 8-12 years) journal of her
trip to China and based on the book Life in Changing China. Each of the eight units
focuses on a place she visits. 79 p.

P100.11 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Canada Is . . .
Matz, Eleanor. Giroux-Sylvestre, Elaine. 1995.
This unit for grade four or five integrates Social Studies, English Language Arts, and
Arts Education. Cooperative learning strategies are used to help students develop a                             sense
of Canadian identity and pride. 14 p.

P100.12 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Community Comparisons : Living with the Navajo (Aboriginal Content/Perspectives)
Odeen, Bernice. 1996.
In this integrated unit, students compare their culture (modern and traditional Cree) to a desert community of the
Navajo. Objectives from English Language Arts, Science, Math, Social Studies and Arts Education are identified.
44 p.

P100.13 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Saskatchewan's First Peoples ... : An Integrated, Resource-Based, Social Studies Unit Incorporating
Aboriginal Resources and Aboriginal Content (Multigrade Project)
Danylczuk, Eileen. Matz, Eleanor. 1998.
This cooperatively-planned, resource-based unit for grades two to four is designed to fit the "heritage" unit in the
elementary Social Studies curriculum. The unit also incorporates activities for English Language Arts, Arts
Education, Science and Health. 6 p.

P100.14 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Communities of Saskatchewan : Plains Cree : Past and Present (Writing Workshop)
Lafreniere, Elaine. 2002
This unit on the Plains Cree of Saskatchewan is designed for students in grades one to three. The unit focuses on the
objectives of the Social Studies heritage unit, but also integrates English Language Arts, Science and Arts
Education. Cultural awareness topics in the unit include: creation legends, location of the Plains Cree in the past and
present, ways of life in the past and present, current issues, and role models. 37 p.




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P100.16 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Museum Assignment : Using the Royal Saskatchewan Museum for the Grade Four Social Studies Heritage
Unit
Gantefoer, Heather. Proctor, Laurie. Whitney, Tammy. 2003.
Geared to the Saskatchewan heritage unit in grade four Social Studies, this resource provides specific strategies to
use when having students conduct research on the past and present cultures and lifestyles of First Nations peoples in
Saskatchewan, while on a field trip to the Royal Saskatchewan Museum in Regina. The unit also focuses on
assisting students in making connections between the past and present lifestyles of Saskatchewan’s First Nations
peoples. 6 p.

                                       P100.17 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
                                       Wonders of Saskatchewan : Differentiated Learning
                                      Rey, Dolores. Haberman, Isabelle. Gooding, Anita. Shirley, Dan. Sloboda,
                                     Sheri. 2003.
                                     This differentiated Social Studies unit for the grade four unit on identity
                                     features tiered assignments, higher-level questions based on Bloom's
                                     Taxonomy, and the strategy known as "Thinking Like A Disciplinarian" to
                                      teach students at a range of ability levels. Students research the Big Muddy
                                      Badlands, the Cypress Hills, the Athabasca Sand Dunes region and the Great
                                     Prairie Lake. Two research rubrics are provided. 14 p.

                                       P100.18 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
                                        Plains Cree : Grade Four Research Project
                                     Fitzpatrick, Betty. 2003.
In this grade four Social Studies unit on the Plains Cree, students are asked to work in pairs to research the culture of
the Plains Cree. Prompt sheets and organizers are provided for the students to record and organize their information.
13 p.

P100.19 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Mr. Smith Goes to Ottawa
Mitchell, Colleen. Olson, Stephanie. 2003.
Decision making processes of the federal government are the focus of this Social
Studies unit for grade 5. A wide range of information skills are taught in this
collaboratively-planned unit through the use of print, video, and internet sources. An
interview based on the work of one of the Famous Five, a crossword puzzle on the
Parliament Buildings, and an electronic presentation on a prime minister are just a few
of the many activities described in this unit.
23 p.

P100.20 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Geographical Regions of Saskatchewan : Grade Four Social Studies Identity
Unit
Schell, Bev. Meschishnick, Maxine. 2005.
This grade 4 Social Studies unit explores the identity of the province of Saskatchewan through learning about its
geographical regions. Landforms, climate, vegetation, wildlife, and resources are studied. Students are asked to
complete a research project using a research grid and are evaluated using a research skills rubric. 27 p.

P100.22 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Saskatchewan Heroes : Social Studies Grade 4 Unit
Irlbeck-Vandale, Maureen. Weiman, Kelley. Krueckl, Shirley. Weiss, Shelly. 2005.
Resource-based learning approaches are used in this grade 4 Social Studies unit to assist students in learning that
heroes are present at the personal, local and provincial level. Students are given opportunities to conduct research in
the categories of street names named after well-known Saskatchewanians, athletes, artists and humanitarians and are
asked to create a poster and give an oral presentation on their hero of choice. 10 p.




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E100.29
Building Bridges to Central America
Ellis, Cathy. 1989.
Saskatchewan students will understand more about Central American culture. This unit may be used with grade four
Social Studies. While studying the sections "Who Are Our People?" and "How Are We Governed?" they may
compare Saskatchewan and Central American countries. 26 p.

E100.32 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Saskatchewan Industries and Resources
Brownlee, Brenda. Yonkman, Gail. 1992.
Students study Saskatchewan’s mining, agriculture, forestry, fishing, and manufacturing industries. Ideas are
provided to vary content in different parts of the province. Gr. 4. 55 p.

E100.35
Great Depression
Fehr, Janice. 1993.
Students examine lifestyles of past generations. They will see how development has occurred over the years and
how it will continue to evolve. Students and senior citizens will also have an opportunity to interact positively. 22 p.



Middle Level
                                  E100.5 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
                                  History Lessons to Live and Die By : From Slavery to Human Rights : A
                                  Social Studies Combined Unit Grade 6/7, Interaction/Power
                                  Gerwing, Sheila. 2005.
                                  Various research activities help students explore the rights and exploitation of
                                  people, such as slavery, child exploitation, and genocide, throughout history.
                                  Research questions about Harriet Tubman and Eleanor Roosevelt are also listed.
                                  Writing and research grids are included. 21 p.


E100.30
Grade Seven Social Studies Skills Summarizing Information
Zarowny, Ted. 1990.
This unit is an example of how the Common Essential Learning,
communication, can be incorporated into a Social Studies unit. 6 p.

E100.31 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Pacific Rim Countries Database : A Cooperative
Learning/Resource-Based Learning Unit for Grade Seven Social
Studies
Volk, Lori. Perry, Marion. Melenchuk, Allan. 1991.
The computer program PC Globe introduces the computer as a useful tool
in accessing information. 40 p.

E100.33 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
A Year Long Journey : Pacific Rim Study (Global Education)
Anderson, Milo. 1992.
This plan focuses on a thorough study of Japan and a study of one other
Pacific Rim country of the student's choice. Research and map skills are
taught as required. 48 p.




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E100.34 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Our World : My Own Island : How are They Connected? (Global Education)
Watson, Paul. 1992.
This hands-on project teaches basic geographic knowledge and encourages students to make comparisons of
countries in the world. Working through a simulation game and a project, students will learn about some of the
problems facing developing countries. 31 p.

E100.36 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Power
Holowaty, Rod. 1993.
This grade seven Social Studies unit looks at sources of power and how power is exercised. Concept attainment is
one instructional strategy suggested for teaching the unit. 11 p.

E100.37
Women of Invention
Coffin, Judith. Irvine, Marlowe. Klein, Chips. 1994.
This unit provides the story of women behind some well-known inventions. Activities examine both the
achievements of women inventors and the barriers they faced. Creative thinking skills are developed through the
activities for designing, marketing, and patenting an invention. 44 p.

E100.38
Canada and the World Community
Saskatchewan Education. 1995.
This activity guide provides background information, suggested student activities, and resources to help students
examine interrelationships between Canada and another Pacific Rim country, Korea. 19 p.

E100.39 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Interdependence
Holowaty, Rod. 1995.
This is designed for unit four, interdependence, in grade eight Social Studies. Concept development and simulation
are among the strategies used in teaching this unit. 61 p.

                         E100.40
                         Children of Peru
                         CoDevelopment Canada. 1994.
                         This integrated unit fits the grade 7 Saskatchewan Social Studies curriculum. With a variety
                         of teaching strategies, the unit presents current issues and ideas for ways students can help
                         make this world a better place in which to live. 190 p.


                   E100.41 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Investigating Our Canadian Citizenship : A Unit of Study (Grade Eight)
Harpham, Loretta. 1999.
This unit fits the grade eight Social Studies unit on citizenship. It features experiential
activities that focus on having students "become immigrants" by going through some
of the same processes an immigrant to Canada would including taking a citizenship
exam and taking part in a citizenship ceremony. 27 p.

E100.42 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
The World on Display : A Location and Culture Unit for Grades 6, 7 and 8
Thiessen, Carol. Dickie, Cindy. 2003.
This middle years Social Studies unit focuses on the location and culture themes in the curriculum. Social Studies is
integrated with English Language Arts, Arts Education, Mathematics, and Media and Technological Literacy in a
resource-based learning project designed to help students learn about another country. 17 p.




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E100.43 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Making Connections with Resource-Based Learning : Grade 7 Social Studies Power Unit Which Includes
Interdisciplinary Opportunities with English Language Arts
White, Sandra. Beltramini, Joanne. 2003.
This unit plan provides supplementary approaches to use when teaching the grade 7 Social Studies unit on power.
Novels that explore the theme of power and its abuse are listed and suggestions are provided on how to use literature
circles and creative memory scrapbooks to explore the characters, setting and themes of the story, in addition to the
historical events embedded in the fiction. 14 p.

S100.38
Cultural Migration : A Grade Nine Social Studies Unit Kozun, Janice. 1988.
The goal of this unit is to help students empathize with others who are different in race, ethnicity, religion, status, or
personal attributes and value their intrinsic worth as individuals. The author has identified ways in which the
Common Essential Learnings can be incorporated into the unit. 10 p.

S100.42 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Canadian Inventions and Innovations : A Resource-Based Unit for Grade Nine Social Studies
Knowles, Louise. Bomok, Leon. 1992.
This resource-based unit invites students to explore the development of technology by investigating a specific
invention. 5 p.



Secondary Level
S100.39
Alien Cultures
Luciuk, Alan. 1990.
The purpose of this unit is to gain insight into how a culture evolves and develops, and to look at the factors which
influence the development of culture. The author developed the unit for grade 11 Social Studies but suggests it
would work into Biology or English Language Arts programs. 14 p.

                             S100.40
                             New World Creation : Geography 20
                             Hilderman, Jeff. Cameron, Brad. Luciuk, Alan. 1991.
                             Students use the processes of building a planet and applying physical geography to aid
                             in understanding the development of North America by experiencing the growth of their
                             own continent. 27 p.

                             S100.43 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
                             Ideology and Decision Making : History 10
                             Wyatt, Elgin Wayne. 1995.
                             Students work in groups to identify the essential attributes of one of the 19th century
                             ideologies and write their own definition based on those attributes. 17 p.

S100.44 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Aboriginal Governance Structure : Canadian Studies : Social Studies 30 (Writing Workshop)
Bunyan, Lorraine. 2001.
This sub-unit of Social Studies 30 provides students with a modern view of Aboriginal governmental institutions.
9 p.

S100.45 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
World War I : Technology Changes in War
Willenborg, Dave. Huber, Gail. 2004.
This World War I unit addresses a few aspects of the WWI unit in the History 20 curriculum. It focuses on the role
of technology in the first “total war” in history. Students will research technological developments and major battles
of the war using a 12-step research and report writing model. 13 p.



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                                   New Unit Plans

NATIVE STUDIES
S100.31 (AVAILABLE ONLINE)
Development : A Unit Plan for Native Studies 20
Pillay, Margaret. 2008.
Students in Native Studies 20 will examine contemporary issues that affect Indigenous peoples,
not only in Canada, but all over the world. This unit is designed to be used in conjunction with
Unit Two of the curriculum, in which students learn about the factors that affect development
and the unique perspectives Indigenous peoples have on this topic. 53 p.




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Alphabetical List of Titles
 TMC #                                                 Title                                            Page #
P112.51   100 Years, 100 Towns                                                                            14
S100.44   Aboriginal Governance Structure : Canadian Studies : Social Studies 30 (Writing Workshop)       48
E112.88   Aboriginal Literature Unit for Grade 6 (Writing Workshop)                                       16
E114.17   Aboriginal Peoples : Past and Present (Multigrade Project)                                      33
E113.22   Aboriginal Physical Education : Grades Six to Nine (Aboriginal Content/Perspectives)            38
P102.5    Les activités physiques et les amis (Core French - Writing Workshop)                            18
E107.6    Africa and Its Music : A Look at Southern African Countries and African Drumming                10
S105.7    Against All Odds                                                                                36
S115.2    AIDS Unit : Grade Nine Health                                                                   31
P106.26   Aimants                                                                                         25
S105.5    Algebra 20 : Statistics: An Introduction                                                        36
S105.4    Algebra 30 : Introduction to Sequences, Series, and Annuities                                   36
S100.39   Alien Cultures                                                                                  48
S105.10   Angles and Polygons                                                                             36
P106.22   Animal Babies : Kindergarten                                                                    38
P122.2    Animals                                                                                          8
P106.31   Animals : Grade One Science (Aboriginal Content/Perspectives)                                   39
P106.33   Les animaux : unité intégrée sciences naturelles et arts langagiers : 1ère année (Writing
          Workshop)                                                                                      26
E122.7    Art Attraction : Researching the Great Masters and Their Work                                  10
P114.34   Back to School                                                                                 32
P112.13   Beginning Reading and Writing in the Cree Language “Y” Dialect (Writing Workshop)               8
E118.2    La biographie et l'autobiographie (French Writing Workshop)                                    30
P112.34   Birds : An Integrated Unit for Grades Five and Six (Writing Workshop)                          13
E122.1    Body                                                                                            9
P114.35   Bridging Two Worlds : Canada and China (Writing Workshop)                                      32
E100.29   Building Bridges to Central America                                                            46
E100.38   Canada and the World Community                                                                 47
P100.11   Canada Is ...                                                                                  44
S100.42   Canadian Inventions and Innovations : A Resource-Based Unit for Grade Nine Social
          Studies                                                                                        48
P112.25   Celebrate Saskatchewan : An English Language Arts Unit for Grade 4                             12
E107.4    Celebrations of the Pacific Rim : A Music Research Project                                     10
E106.31   La cellule et les appareils ou systèmes d'organes (French Immersion - Writing Workshop)        26
S106.4    Chemical Reactions : Background Information for Science 10                                     41
E100.40   Children of Peru                                                                               47
P100.10   China                                                                                          44
P114.33   Chocolate (Multigrade Project)                                                                 32
S123.1    Christian Ethics 10 : The Christian Ethics Story                                               12
P114.31   Circle of Life : A Circle Theme Unit for Early Childhood Education ... with a First Nations
          Focus (Aboriginal Content/Perspectives)                                                        31
P112.33   Circling with Robert Munsch (Multigrade Project)                                               13
P100.4    Cities : "Our City Named Saskatoon"                                                            43
P102.2    Clothing Related to Weather (Core French - Writing Workshop)                                   17
E122.2    Communities                                                                                     9
P100.14   Communities of Saskatchewan : Plains Cree : Past and Present (Writing Workshop)                44
P100.12   Community Comparisons : Living with the Navajo                                                 44
S105.12   Compendium of Middle/Secondary Math Games, Role Plays, Activities, and Projects                37
S105.13   Computer-Based Instruction for Binomial Expansion and Factoring                                37
P122.11   Constructed Environment                                                                         9
S105.21   Consumer Mathematics 10 (Writing Workshop)                                                     38



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 TMC #                                                  Title                                        Page #
S105.9    Consumer Wise                                                                                36
S107.3    Cooperative Unit of Study for Grade Nine Music                                               11
S102.20   Le crime et la violence (Core French - Writing Workshop)                                     23
E115.1    Croissance et développement : hygiène 8e année (French Immersion - Writing Workshop)         28
S100.38   Cultural Migration : A Grade Nine Social Studies Unit                                        48
S106.20   Cultural Perspectives on Sustainability : Lessons to Support Science 10                      42
E112.77   Dancing Feathers : Novel Study (Aboriginal Content/Perspectives)                             14
E118.4    Le débat style discussion dans la salle de classe (6é à 9é année) (Middle Years’ Debate)     29
S101.3    Decisions : Action or Apathy : A Unit Plan for ELA B10                                       16
P115.4    Dental Health Unit                                                                           30
S111.1    Designing a Character : A Drama Unit for Drama 20                                            11
S114.12   Dev Con : Canadian Foreign Aid and Developing Countries (Writing Workshop)                   33
S100.31   Development : A Unit Plan for Native Studies 20                                              38
P122.10   Dinosaurs                                                                                     9
S105.6    Direct and Partial Variations : Math 10                                                      36
E102.1    Dragons : An Integrated Unit for Grades One to Five                                          26
P122.5    Earth                                                                                         8
E112.21   ELA Pirate Unit                                                                              14
P106.44   Endangered Animals : Caring for Our Earth                                                    40
S101.9    Ender’s Game                                                                                 17
S106.12   Engineering and Chemistry : Theory in Practice (Global Education)                            42
E112.85   Environmental Issues in Canada : A Literature Based Unit for Grade 8 (Writing Workshop)      16
S106.1    Exploring Motion-Related Technology Through a First Nations’ Game : A Lesson to
          Support Science 10                                                                          40
E112.71   Faces of War : Grade Four (Global Education)                                                14
P100.7    Families : A Grade One Social Studies Handbook                                              43
S115.4    La famille : hygiène 9e année                                                               29
P102.4    Le festival du voyageur (Core French - Writing Workshop)                                    18
P115.5    Fire Safety Game for Primary Grades                                                         31
E112.66   Folklore                                                                                    15
P122.9    Food                                                                                        9
P112.29   Forests : Environment Unit with Indian and Métis Content and Perspectives (Grade Three)     13
E122.3    Fossils and Rocks                                                                           10
S102.18   Franco-jeu (Core French - Writing Workshop)                                                 22
P112.24   Friendship : An Exploration Through Literature - Years K-3 (Global Education)               12
P106.29   From a Seed to a Loaf : The Story of Growing Grain (Technological Literacy Writing
          Workshop)                                                                                   39
S106.2    From Mission to Action : Lessons on Sustainability of Ecosystems to Support Science 10      41
E112.65   General Novel Study                                                                         15
P112.41   Generations : An Exploration of our Families Through Literature : Grades 2-3 (Writing
          Workshop)                                                                                   13
P100.20   Geographical Regions of Saskatchewan : Grade Four Social Studies Identity Unit              45
S105.8    Get into Line                                                                               36
P117.1    Getting the "Bear" Facts                                                                    33
E114.12   Global Education Through Dance (Global Education)                                           33
E100.30   Grade Seven Social Studies Skills Summarizing Information                                   46
E100.35   Great Depression                                                                            46
S105.14   Hands-On Geometry : Using Manipulatives in Math 10 Core, Lines and Line Segments,
          Angles and Polygons                                                                         37
E100.5    History Lessons to Live and Die By : From Slavery to Human Rights                           46
E112.64   Holocaust Theme : Middle Years English Language Arts                                        15
S106.6    Human Impact on Ecosystems : A Lesson to Support Science 10                                 41
S100.43   Ideology and Decision Making : History 10                                                   48


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 TMC #                                                Title                                        Page #
E115.2    L'image de soi : hygiène 7e, 8e et 9e année                                                28
S106.3    Indigenous Knowledge and Cultural Weather Perspectives : Lessons to Support Science 10     41
E122.4    Insects/Bugs                                                                               10
E100.39   Interdependence                                                                            47
S106.16   Introduction to Biology : Core Unit One (Technological Literacy Writing Workshop)          42
S105.15   Introduction to Slope for Middle Years Mathematics                                         37
E100.41   Investigating Our Canadian Citizenship : A Unit of Study (Grade Eight)                     47
S101.8    Journalism Studies 20 : School e-zine (a project in process)                               17
P100.5    Kenyan Safari (Global Education)                                                           43
P122.3    Landscapes                                                                                 8
P100.21   Leçon pour la 2e année : je compare mon école avec les écoles d’autrefois                  24
P105.13   Let's Operate : An Interactive Teaching Unit for Grades Three to Five                      34
S103.1    Life Transitions 30 : Unit on Scholarships                                                 34
P112.49   Literature Links : An Integrated Curricula Project Twinning At-Risk Students               13
P102.6    Ma famille (Core French - Writing Workshop)                                                18
S101.73   Macbeth Murder Mystery : English Language Arts B10                                         17
P122.8    Machines                                                                                   9
E100.43   Making Connections with Resource-Based Learning : Grade 7 Social Studies Power Unit
          Which Includes Interdisciplinary Opportunities with English Language Arts                 48
P100.6    Many Places, Many Faces : Children and Families of the World (Global Education)           43
S105.17   Mathematics 20 Supplementary Materials                                                    37
E106.34   La matière et ses transformations                                                         40
P102.1    Me (Core French - Writing Workshop)                                                       17
P102.3    Me and My School (Core French - Writing Workshop)                                         18
E105.15   Measurement, Perimeter, and Area (Math Writing Workshop)                                  35
S102.21   Les medias (Core French - Writing Workshop)                                               23
E112.76   Memoir : The Stuff of Our Lives                                                           14
P106.27   La météo (French Immersion - Writing Workshop)                                            25
E105.16   Middle Ages (Math Writing Workshop)                                                       35
E115.5    Middle Level Health Education : Peer Pressure Unit : A Required Unit for Grade Seven
          (Writing Workshop)                                                                        31
E115.6    Middle Level Health Education : Self-Concept Unit : A Required Unit for Grade Six
          (Writing Workshop)                                                                        31
P105.17   Money Talks : Canadian Money (Multigrade Project)                                         35
P114.37   Moon Journals (Writing Workshop)                                                          32
S106.5    Mother Earth : A Lesson to Support Science 10                                             41
P106.24   Le mouvement                                                                              24
P100.19   Mr. Smith Goes to Ottawa                                                                  45
P114.32   A Multiage Unit on the United Kingdom (Multigrade Project)                                32
P100.16   Museum Assignment : Using the Royal Saskatchewan Museum for the Grade Four Social
          Studies Heritage Unit                                                                     45
P107.5    Music Bingo                                                                               8
E122.5    Mystery of Masks                                                                          10
S106.21   Natural Chemical Changes and Common Everyday Reactions : A Lesson to Support Science
          10                                                                                        42
P122.12   Natural Environment                                                                        9
P105.16   New Math Curriculum Flow Chart for Grades One to Five                                     34
S100.40   New World Creation : Geography 20                                                         48
P102.7    Noël (Core French - Writing Workshop)                                                     19
E112.67   Novel Study of The Doll                                                                   15
P106.37   Oceans : Grade 5 Science Optional Unit                                                    39
S105.20   Optimization Problems : Calculus 30 (Writing Workshop)                                    37
P100.9    Our City Saskatoon : Grade Three Social Studies Handbook                                  44


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 TMC #                                                  Title                                          Page #
P100.8    Our Community : Grade Two Social Studies Handbook                                              44
E100.34   Our World : My Own Island - How Are They Connected? (Global Education)                         47
E100.31   Pacific Rim Countries Database : A Cooperative Learning/Resource-Based Unit for Grade          46
          Seven Social Studies
P102.9    Pâques (Core French - Writing Workshop)                                                       19
P105.15   Parent and Parent-Child Mathematics Evenings                                                  34
E115.3    Pas besoin des drogues! : hygiène 7e, 8e et 9e année (French Immersion - Writing Workshop)    28
P105.14   Patterns Here, There, and Everywhere!                                                         34
P122.1    People                                                                                         8
E105.17   Performance Stations in Mathematics : Grade Six                                               35
E105.18   Performance Stations in Mathematics : Grade Seven                                             35
E105.19   Performance Stations in Mathematics : Grade Eight                                             35
S105.19   Performance Stations in Mathematics : Grade Nine                                              35
S102.19   Le permis de conduire (Core French - Writing Workshop)                                        22
E102.3    Pets (Core French - Writing Workshop)                                                         20
P112.30   Phoebe Gilman : Author Study                                                                  13
E112.87   Picture Book Unit                                                                             16
E102.2    La pizza (Core French - Writing Workshop)                                                     20
P100.18   Plains Cree : Grade Four Research Project                                                     45
P105.11   Plane Geometry                                                                                34
S102.17   La planification d'un voyage (Core French - Writing Workshop)                                 21
E102.4    Planning a Trip (Core French - Writing Workshop)                                              20
E114.14   Planning Integrated Thematic Units of Study                                                   33
E106.33   Les plantes (French Immersion - Writing Workshop)                                             27
P106.43   Les plantes : unité obligatoire sciences naturelles : 1e année                                26
P122.4    Plants                                                                                         8
E118.3    La poésie et la chanson contemporaine (French Writing Workshop)                               30
E115.4    Pour une vie active et saine! : hygiène 7e année (French Immersion - Writing Workshop)        29
E100.36   Power                                                                                         47
P100.15   Les premiers fermiers en Saskatchewan                                                         23
P106.23   Les propriétés de la matière (Elementary Science French Immersion Writing Workshop)           24
E112.63   Pushed to the Limit : Surviving Life’s Challenge                                              14
S105.16   Quadratic Functions                                                                           37
E112.89   Radio : An English Language Arts 7 and Arts Education 7 Integrated Unit (Writing
          Workshop)                                                                                     16
E110.23   Ready for Work : The Middle Years - Building Work-Readiness Skills                            11
E106.5    Resource-Based Learning on Space Exploration : Science - Grade 6                              40
E106.32   Les roches, les minéraux et les fossiles (French Immersion Writing Workshop)                  27
S107.1    Rock Band Simulation                                                                          11
E106.25   Rocks, Minerals, and Fossils : A Resource-Based Unit of Study for Grade Four Science          40
E118.1    Le roman policier (French Writing Workshop)                                                   30
E117.5    S.C.O.P.E.: A "Fresh Breath" Approach to Research                                             33
P102.8    La Saint-Valentin (Core French - Writing Workshop)                                            19
P102.10   La salle de classe (Core French - Writing Workshop)                                           20
E114.15   Saskatchewan Aboriginal Peoples : Legends, Lifestyles, and Culture (Aboriginal Content/
          Perspectives)                                                                                 32
P100.22   Saskatchewan Heroes : Social Studies Grade 4 Unit                                             45
E100.32   Saskatchewan Industries and Resources                                                         46
S105.11   Saskatchewan Senior Math Contests : 1968-1994                                                 36
S105.18   Saskatchewan Senior Math Contests Solutions : 1968-1995                                       37
P100.13   Saskatchewan's First Peoples ... : An Integrated, Resource-Based, Social Studies Unit
          Incorporating Aboriginal Resources and Aboriginal Content                                     44
E112.73   Science Fiction : Influencing the Future                                                      15


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 TMC #                                                Title                                        Page #
S106.10   Science Units : Biology 20 and 30                                                          42
S106.22   The Six Seasons of the Woodland Cree : A Lesson to Support Science 10                      42
P122.6    Sky                                                                                         8
P106.32   The Sky : A Grade One Optional Science Unit (Writing Workshop)                             39
P106.34   The Solar System : A Resource-Based Unit for Grade 3 Science                               39
E114.16   Stars : Balancing Western and First Nations Concepts (Aboriginal Content/Perspectives)     32
S111.5    Story Circles                                                                              11
E122.6    Street People : Integrated Arts Education Unit (Grade Six) (Writing Workshop)              10
S106.14   An STSE Approach in the Science Classroom : A Waste Management Study                       42
S106.23   Sustainability of Ecosystems : A Lesson to Support Science 10                              43
P106.28   Le système solaire                                                                         25
P122.13   Teaching Visual Art : Grades Two to Four                                                    9
P112.28   Technical Kids (Technological Literacy Writing Workshop)                                   13
S101.70   Technological Change in Society : An English B10 Novel Study of John Wyndham's Novel
          The Chrysalids                                                                            17
P106.25   La terre (French Immersion - Writing Workshop)                                            24
P105.12   Time, Money, Temperature                                                                  34
E112.84   "To Be A Slave"                                                                           16
S104.1    Transformations : Object to Art : A Unit Plan for Visual Art 10                           11
P122.7    Transportation (Motion)                                                                    9
E112.81   Tunnels of Time : A Moose Jaw Adventure : A Novel Study Guide                             15
S115.3    Unité modèle : la sexualité humaine (French Immersion - Writing Workshop)                 29
S101.7    Using the Library Keys : An Introduction to the Library                                   16
S102.16   Vers une Carriére (Core French - Writing Workshop)                                        21
S106.24   Walking with the Earth - Pimohtiwin : Lessons to Support Science 10                       43
E123.1    We are People of the Cross : An Integrated Study for Grade Seven                          12
S115.5    Wellness 10 (Aboriginal Content/Perspectives)                                             31
P106.35   Western Red Lily : A Module for Elementary School Teachers                                39
E106.42   Western Red Lily : A Teaching Module for the Middle Years Science Curriculum              40
S106.7    Western Red Lily Centennial Project : A Resource Package for Use in Biology 20            41
E112.83   What a Novel Idea! : A Cooperative Learning Approach to Novel Studies for Middle Years
          Students                                                                                  15
E100.37   Women of Invention                                                                        47
P100.17   Wonders of Saskatchewan : Differentiated Learning                                         45
S108.14   Working with Venison (Aboriginal Content/Perspectives)                                    38
E100.42   The World on Display : A Location and Culture Unit for Grades 6, 7 and 8                  47
S100.45   World War I : Technology Changes in War                                                   48
P112.27   Writing Program for Primary Grades : Grade Two (Technological Literacy Writing
          Workshop)                                                                                 12
E100.33   Year Long Journey : Pacific Rim Study (Global Education)                                  46




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Numerical List of Titles
 TMC #                                                 Title                                          Page #
P100.4    Cities : “Our City Named Saskatoon”                                                           43
P100.5    Kenyan Safari (Global Education)                                                              43
P100.6    Many Places, Many Faces : Children and Families of the World (Global Education)               43
P100.7    Families : A Grade One Social Studies Handbook                                                43
P100.8    Our Community : Grade Two Social Studies Handbook                                             44
P100.9    Our City Saskatoon : Grade Three Social Studies Handbook                                      44
P100.10   China                                                                                         44
P100.11   Canada Is …                                                                                   44
P100.12   Community Comparisons : Living With the Navajo                                                44
P100.13   Saskatchewan’s First Peoples … : An Integrated, Resource-Based, Social Studies Unit
          Incorporating Aboriginal Resources and Aboriginal Content                                    44
P100.14   Communities of Saskatchewan : Plains Cree : Past and Present (Writing Workshop)              44
P100.15   Les premiers fermiers en Saskatchewan                                                        23
P100.16   Museum Assignment : Using the Royal Saskatchewan Museum for the Grade Four Social
          Studies Heritage Unit                                                                        45
P100.17   Wonders of Saskatchewan : Differentiated Learning                                            45
P100.18   Plains Cree : Grade Four Research Project                                                    45
P100.19   Mr. Smith Goes to Ottawa                                                                     45
P100.20   Geographical Regions of Saskatchewan : Grade Four Social Studies Identity Unit               45
P100.21   Leçon pour la 2e année : je compare mon école avec les écoles d’autrefois                    24
P100.22   Saskatchewan Heroes : Social Studies Grade 4 Unit                                            45
P102.1    Me (Core French - Writing Workshop)                                                          17
P102.2    Clothing Related to Weather (Core French - Writing Workshop)                                 17
P102.3    Me and My School (Core French - Writing Workshop)                                            18
P102.4    Festival du voyageur (Core French - Writing Workshop)                                        18
P102.5    Les activités physiques et les amis (Core French - Writing Workshop)                         18
P102.6    Ma famille (Core French - Writing Workshop)                                                  18
P102.7    Noël (Core French - Writing Workshop)                                                        19
P102.8    La Saint-Valentin (Core French - Writing Workshop)                                           19
P102.9    Pâques (Core French - Writing Workshop)                                                      19
P102.10   La salle de classe (Core French - Writing Workshop)                                          20
P105.11   Plane Geometry                                                                               34
P105.12   Time, Money, Temperature                                                                     34
P105.13   Let's Operate : An Interactive Teaching Unit for Grades Three to Five                        34
P105.14   Patterns Here, There, and Everywhere!                                                        34
P105.15   Parent and Parent-Child Mathematics Evenings                                                 34
P105.16   New Math Curriculum Flow Chart for Grades One to Five                                        34
P105.17   Money Talks : Canadian Money (Multigrade Project)                                            35
P106.22   Animal Babies : Kindergarten                                                                 38
P106.23   Les propriétés de la matière (Elementary Science French Immersion Writing Workshop)          24
P106.24   Le movement                                                                                  24
P106.25   La terre (French Immersion - Writing Workshop)                                               24
P106.26   Aimants                                                                                      25
P106.27   La météo (French Immersion - Writing Workshop)                                               25
P106.28   Le système solaire                                                                           25
P106.29   From a Seed to a Loaf : The Story of Growing Grain (Technological Literacy Writing
          Workshop)                                                                                    39
P106.31   Animals : Grade One Science (Aboriginal Content/Perspectives)                                39
P106.32   The Sky : A Grade One Optional Science Unit (Writing Workshop)                               39
P106.33   Les animaux : unité intégrée sciences naturelles et arts langagiers : 1ère année (Writing
          Workshop)                                                                                    26



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 TMC #                                                 Title                                            Page #
P106.34   The Solar System : A Resource-Based Unit for Grade 3 Science                                    39
P106.35   Western Red Lily : A Module for Elementary School Teachers                                      39
P106.37   Oceans : Grade 5 Science Optional Unit                                                          39
P106.43   Les plantes : unité obligatoire Sciences naturelles : 1e année                                  26
P106.44   Endangered Animals : Caring for Our Earth                                                       40
P107.5    Music Bingo                                                                                     8
P112.13   Beginning Reading and Writing in the Cree Language “Y” Dialect (Writing Workshop)                8
P112.24   Friendship : An Exploration Through Literature - Years K-3 (Global Education)                   12
P112.25   Celebrate Saskatchewan : An English Language Arts Unit for Grade 4                              12
P112.27   Writing Program for Primary Grades : Grade Two (Technological Literacy Writing                  12
          Workshop)
P112.28   Technical Kids (Technological Literacy Writing Workshop)                                       13
P112.29   Forests : Environment Unit with Indian and Métis Content and Perspectives (Grade Three)        13
P112.30   Phoebe Gilman : Author Study                                                                   13
P112.33   Circling with Robert Munsch (Multigrade Project)                                               13
P112.34   Birds : An Integrated Unit for Grades Five and Six (Writing Workshop)                          13
P112.41   Generations : An Exploration of our Families Through Literature : Grades 2-3 (Writing
          Workshop)                                                                                      13
P112.49   Literature Links : An Integrated Curricula Project Twinning At-Risk Students                   13
P112.51   100 Years, 100 Towns                                                                           14
P114.31   Circle of Life : A Circle Theme Unit for Early Childhood Education ... with a First Nations
          Focus (Aboriginal Content/Perspectives)                                                        31
P114.32   A Multiage Unit on the United Kingdom (Multigrade Project)                                     32
P114.33   Chocolate (Multigrade Project)                                                                 32
P114.34   Back to School                                                                                 32
P114.35   Bridging Two Worlds : Canada and China (Writing Workshop)                                      32
P114.37   Moon Journals (Writing Workshop)                                                               32
P115.4    Dental Health Unit                                                                             30
P115.5    Fire Safety Game for Primary Grades                                                            31
P117.1    Getting the "Bear" Facts                                                                       33
P122.1    People                                                                                          8
P122.2    Animals                                                                                         8
P122.3    Landscapes                                                                                      8
P122.4    Plants                                                                                          8
P122.5    Earth                                                                                           8
P122.6    Sky                                                                                             8
P122.7    Transportation (Motion)                                                                         9
P122.8    Machines                                                                                        9
P122.9    Food                                                                                            9
P122.10   Dinosaurs                                                                                       9
P122.11   Constructed Environment                                                                         9
P122.12   Natural Environment                                                                             9
P122.13   Teaching Visual Art : Grades Two to Four                                                        9
E100.5    History Lessons to Live and Die By : From Slavery to Human Rights                              46
E100.29   Building Bridges to Central America                                                            46
E100.30   Grade Seven Social Studies Skills Summarizing Information                                      46
E100.31   Pacific Rim Countries Database : A Cooperative Learning/Resource-Based Unit for Grade          46
          Seven Social Studies
E100.32   Saskatchewan Industries and Resources                                                          46
E100.33   Year Long Journey : Pacific Rim Study (Global Education)                                       46
E100.34   Our World : My Own Island - How Are They Connected? (Global Education)                         47
E100.35   Great Depression                                                                               46
E100.36   Power                                                                                          47


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 TMC #                                                  Title                                       Page #
E100.37   Women of Invention                                                                          47
E100.38   Canada and the World Community                                                              47
E100.39   Interdependence                                                                             47
E100.40   Children of Peru                                                                            47
E100.41   Investigating Our Canadian Citizenship : A Unit of Study (Grade Eight)                      47
E100.42   The World on Display : A Location and Culture Unit for Grades 6, 7 and 8                    47
E100.43   Making Connections with Resource-Based Learning : Grade 7 Social Studies Power Unit
          Which Includes Interdisciplinary Opportunities with English Language Arts                  48
E102.1    Dragons : An Integrated Unit for Grades One to Five                                        26
E102.2    La pizza (Core French - Writing Workshop)                                                  20
E102.3    Pets (Core French - Writing Workshop)                                                      20
E102.4    Planning a Trip (Core French - Writing Workshop)                                           20
E105.15   Measurement, Perimeter, and Area (Math Writing Workshop)                                   35
E105.16   Middle Ages (Math Writing Workshop)                                                        35
E105.17   Performance Stations in Mathematics : Grade Six                                            35
E105.18   Performance Stations in Mathematics : Grade Seven                                          35
E105.19   Performance Stations in Mathematics : Grade Eight                                          35
E106.5    Resource-Based Learning on Space Exploration : Science - Grade 6                           40
E106.25   Rocks, Minerals, and Fossils : A Resource-Based Unit of Study for Grade Four Science       40
E106.31   La cellule et les appareils ou systèmes d'organes (French Immersion - Writing Workshop)    26
E106.32   Les roches, les minéraux et les fossiles (French Immersion Writing Workshop)               27
E106.33   Les plantes (French Immersion - Writing Workshop)                                          27
E106.34   La matière et ses transformations                                                          27
E106.42   Western Red Lily : A Teaching Module for the Middle Years Science Curriculum               40
E107.4    Celebrations of the Pacific Rim : A Music Research Project                                 10
E107.6    Africa and Its Music : A Look at Southern African Countries and African Drumming           10
E110.23   Ready for Work : The Middle Years - Building Work-Readiness Skills                         11
E112.21   ELA Pirate Unit                                                                            14
E112.63   Pushed to the Limit : Surviving Life’s Challenge                                           14
E112.64   Holocaust Theme : Middle Years English Language Arts                                       15
E112.65   General Novel Study                                                                        15
E112.66   Folklore                                                                                   15
E112.67   Novel Study of The Doll                                                                    15
E112.71   Faces of War : Grade Four (Global Education)                                               14
E112.73   Science Fiction : Influencing the Future                                                   15
E112.76   Memoir : The Stuff of Our Lives                                                            14
E112.77   Dancing Feathers : Novel Study (Aboriginal Content/Perspectives)                           14
E112.81   Tunnels of Time : A Moose Jaw Adventure : A Novel Study Guide                              15
E112.83   What a Novel Idea! : A Cooperative Learning Approach to Novel Studies for Middle Years
          Students (Writing Workshop)                                                                15
E112.84   "To Be A Slave"                                                                            16
E112.85   Environmental Issues in Canada : A Literature Based Unit for Grade 8 (Writing Workshop)    16
E112.87   Picture Book Unit                                                                          16
E112.88   Aboriginal Literature Unit for Grade 6 (Writing Workshop)                                  16
E112.89   Radio : An English Language Arts 7 and Arts Education 7 Integrated Unit (Writing
          Workshop)                                                                                  16
E113.22   Aboriginal Physical Education : Grades Six to Nine (Aboriginal Content/Perspectives)       38
E114.12   Global Education Through Dance (Global Education)                                          33
E114.14   Planning Integrated Thematic Units of Study                                                33
E114.15   Saskatchewan Aboriginal Peoples : Legends, Lifestyles, and Culture (Aboriginal
          Content/Perspectives)                                                                      32
E114.16   Stars : Balancing Western and First Nations Concepts (Aboriginal Content/Perspectives)     32
E114.17   Aboriginal Peoples : Past and Present (Multigrade Project)                                 33


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 TMC #                                                  Title                                         Page #
E115.1    Croissance et développement : hygiène 8e année (French Immersion - Writing Workshop)          28
E115.2    L'image de soi : hygiène 7e, 8e et 9e année                                                   28
E115.3    Pas besoin des drogues! : hygiène 7e, 8e et 9e année (French Immersion - Writing              28
          Workshop)
E115.4    Pour une vie active et saine! : hygiène 7e année (French Immersion - Writing Workshop)       29
E115.5    Middle Level Health Education : Peer Pressure Unit : A Required Unit for Grade Seven         31
          (Writing Workshop)
E115.6    Middle Level Health Education : Self-Concept Unit : A Required Unit for Grade Six            31
          (Writing Workshop)
E117.5    S.C.O.P.E. : A "Fresh Breath" Approach to Research                                           33
E118.1    Le roman policier (French Writing Workshop)                                                  30
E118.2    La biographie et l'autobiographie (French Writing Workshop)                                  30
E118.3    La poésie et la chanson contemporaine (French Writing Workshop)                              30
E118.4    Le débat style discussion dans la salle de classe (6é à 9é année) (Middle Years’ Debate)     29
E122.1    Body                                                                                          9
E122.2    Communities                                                                                   9
E122.3    Fossils and Rocks                                                                            10
E122.4    Insects/Bugs                                                                                 10
E122.5    Mystery of Masks                                                                             10
E122.6    Street People : Integrated Arts Education Unit (Grade Six) (Writing Workshop)                10
E122.7    Art Attraction : Researching the Great Masters and Their Work                                10
E123.1    We are People of the Cross                                                                   12
S100.31   Development : A Unit Plan for Native Studies 20                                              38
S100.38   Cultural Migration : A Grade Nine Social Studies Unit                                        48
S100.39   Alien Cultures                                                                               48
S100.40   New World Creation : Geography 20                                                            48
S100.42   Canadian Inventions and Innovations : A Resource-Based Unit for Grade Nine Social
          Studies                                                                                      48
S100.43   Ideology and Decision Making : History 10                                                    48
S100.44   Aboriginal Governance Structure : Canadian Studies : Social Studies 30 (Writing Workshop)    48
S100.45   World War I : Technology Changes in War                                                      48
S101.3    Decisions : Action or Apathy : A Unit Plan for ELA B10                                       16
S101.7    Using the Library Keys : An Introduction to the Library                                      16
S101.8    Journalism Studies 20 : School e-zine (a project in process)                                 17
S101.9    Ender’s Game                                                                                 17
S101.70   Technological Change in Society : An English B10 Novel Study of John Wyndham's Novel
          The Chrysalids                                                                               17
S101.73   Macbeth Murder Mystery : English Language Arts B10                                           17
S102.16   Vers une carriére (Core French - Writing Workshop)                                           21
S102.17   La planification d'un voyage (Core French - Writing Workshop)                                21
S102.18   Franco-jeu (Core French - Writing Workshop)                                                  22
S102.19   Le permis de conduire (Core French - Writing Workshop)                                       22
S102.20   Le crime et la violence (Core French - Writing Workshop)                                     23
S102.21   Les médias (Core French - Writing Workshop)                                                  23
S103.1    Life Transitions 30 : Unit on Scholarships                                                   34
S104.1    Transformations : Object to Art : A Unit Plan for Visual Art 10                              11
S105.4    Algebra 30 : Introduction to Sequences, Series, and Annuities                                36
S105.5    Algebra 20 : Statistics: An Introduction                                                     36
S105.6    Direct and Partial Variations : Math 10                                                      36
S105.7    Against All Odds                                                                             36
S105.8    Get into Line                                                                                36
S105.9    Consumer Wise                                                                                36
S105.10   Angles and Polygons                                                                          36


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 TMC #                                                 Title                                       Page #
S105.11   Saskatchewan Senior Math Contests : 1968-1994                                              36
S105.12   Compendium of Middle/Secondary Math Games, Role Plays, Activities, and Projects            37
S105.13   Computer-Based Instruction for Binomial Expansion and Factoring                            37
S105.14   Hands-On Geometry : Using Manipulatives in Math 10 Core, Lines and Line Segments,
          Angles and Polygons                                                                       37
S105.15   Introduction to Slope for Middle Years Mathematics                                        37
S105.16   Quadratic Functions                                                                       37
S105.17   Mathematics 20 Supplementary Materials                                                    37
S105.18   Saskatchewan Senior Math Contests Solutions : 1968-1995                                   37
S105.19   Performance Stations in Mathematics : Grade Nine                                          35
S105.20   Optimization Problems : Calculus 30 (Writing Workshop)                                    37
S105.21   Consumer Mathematics 10 (Writing Workshop)                                                38
S106.1    Exploring Motion-Related Technology Through a First Nations’ Game : A Lesson to
          Support Science 10                                                                        40
S106.2    From Mission to Action : Lessons on Sustainability of Ecosystems to Support Science 10    41
S106.3    Indigenous Knowledge and Cultural Weather Perspectives : Lessons to Support Science 10    41
S106.4    Chemical Reactions : Background Information for Science 10                                41
S106.5    Mother Earth : A Lesson to Support Science 10                                             41
S106.6    Human Impact on Ecosystems : A Lesson to Support Science 10                               41
S106.7    Western Red Lily Centennial Project : A Resource Package for Use in Biology 20            41
S106.10   Science Units : Biology 20 and 30                                                         42
S106.12   Engineering and Chemistry : Theory into Practice (Global Education)                       42
S106.14   STSE Approach in the Science Classroom : A Waste Management Study                         42
S106.16   Introduction to Biology : Core Unit One (Technological Literacy Writing Workshop)         42
S106.20   Cultural Perspectives on Sustainability : Lessons to Support Science 10                   42
S106.21   Natural Chemical Changes and Common Everyday Reactions : A Lesson to Support Science
          10                                                                                        42
S106.22   The Six Seasons of the Woodland Cree : A Lesson to Support Science 10                     42
S106.23   Sustainability of Ecosystems : A Lesson to Support Science 10                             43
S106.24   Walking with the Earth - Pimohtiwin : Lessons to Support Science 10                       43
S107.1    Rock Band Simulation                                                                      11
S107.3    Cooperative Unit of Study for Grade Nine Music                                            11
S108.14   Working with Venison (Aboriginal Content/Perspectives)                                    38
S111.1    Designing a Character : A Drama Unit for Drama 20                                         11
S111.5    Story Circles                                                                             11
S114.12   Dev Con : Canadian Foreign Aid and Developing Countries (Writing Workshop)                33
S115.2    AIDS Unit : Grade Nine Health                                                             31
S115.3    Unité modèle : la sexualité humaine (French Immersion - Writing Workshop)                 29
S115.4    La famille : hygiène 9e année                                                             29
S115.5    Wellness 10 (Aboriginal Content/Perspectives)                                             31
S123.1    Christian Ethics 10 : The Christian Ethics Story                                          12




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