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1 APRIL Halifax, Nova Scotia Educator Pack

2 IS A PROUD SPONSOR of the 2014

3 Table of Contents 4-7 Festival Schedule 9 Our Sponsors 10 Greetings 13 Box Office info 14 School Program Order Form 15 Welcome 16 Film Index 17 Curriculum Connections Index 18 Relevent Nova Scotia Specific Curriculum Outcomes 21 Shorts Lesson Plans 25 Features Lesson Plans 33 Programme Français 39 Materials & Resources Appendix 51 Extra Lessons 55 Glossary

4 FRIDAY, APRIL 4 - VF FILM SCHOOL 6:00-8:00 PM VF Film School Reception 120 minutes NSCAD Academy Building Ages SATURDAY, APRIL 5 - VF FILM SCHOOL 10:00-1:00 AM PM VF Film School: Story & Script NSCAD 4 hours Academy Building Ages :00-5:00 PM VF Film School: Pre-Production 4 hours NSCAD Academy Building Ages SUNDAY, APRIL 6 - VF FILM SCHOOL 10:00-2:00 AM PM VF Film School: Production NSCC Waterfront 4 hours Campus Ages :30-5:00 PM VF Film School: Editing 2.5 hours NSCAD Adademy Building Ages :00-6:00 PM VF Film School: Screening 60 minutes NSCAD Adademy Building Ages TUESDAY, APRIL 8 - TUESDAY SCHOOL PROGRAM: ELEMENTARY DAY 10:00 AM Elementary Shorts 2 74 minutes 10:15 AM Antboy 77 minutes 10:15 AM Movie Magic Visual Effects 75 minutes 10:30 AM Elementary Shorts 1 62 minutes 10:30 AM Playing it Up: Acting for Kids 75 minutes 12:00 PM International Documentaries 79 minutes 12:00 PM Movie Magic Visual Effects 75 minutes 12:15 PM Amazonia 83 minutes 12:15 PM Playing it Up: Acting for Kids 75 minutes LEGEND Cineplex Dartmouth Crossing Cineplex Dartmouth Crossing Cineplex Level Dartmouth Crossing Cineplex Dartmouth Crossing Cineplex Dartmouth Crossing Cineplex Dartmouth Crossing Cineplex Level Dartmouth Crossing Cineplex Dartmouth Crossing Cineplex Dartmouth Crossing Grades 4-6 Grades 4-5 Grades 3-7 Grades P - 3 Grades 5-7 Grades 4-12 Grades 3-7 Grades 4-12 Grades 5-7 Cineplex Level Dartmouth Crossing Cineplex Park Lane Cineplex Dartmouth Crossing Master Class (Various Locations) 4

5 MERCREDI, 9 AVRIL - WEDNESDAY SCHOOL PROGRAM: PROGRAMME FRANÇAIS 10h00 Il était une fois les Boys 106 minutes 10h15 Belle et Sébastien 104 minutes Cineplex Dartmouth Crossing Cineplex Dartmouth Crossing 8e á la 12e 3e á la 6e 10h15 La Magic des effects Spéciceux au Cinema 75 minutes Cineplex Level Dartmouth Crossing 3e á la 7e 10h30 Ma maman est en amerique, elle a rencontre Buffalo Bill 75 minutes Cineplex Dartmouth Crossing Maternelle à la 3e 10h30 Atelier sur le documentaire 75 minutes Cineplex Level Dartmouth Crossing 5e á la 9e 12h00 La Magic des effects Spéciceux au Cinema 75 minutes Cineplex Level Dartmouth Crossing 3e á la 7e 12h10 Des morceaux de moi 89 minutes 12h15 Amazonia 83 minutes 12h15 Atelier sur le documentaire 75 minutes Cineplex Dartmouth Crossing Cineplex Dartmouth Crossing Cineplex Level Dartmouth Crossing 10e à la 12e 4e á la 12e 5e á la 9e 5

6 THURSDAY, APRIL 10 - THURSDAY SCHOOL PROGRAM: SECONDARY PROGRAM 10:00 AM Arctic Defenders 90 minutes 10:05 AM Junior High Shorts 85 minutes 10:10 AM High School Shorts 74 minutes 10:15 AM Special Effects Workshop 75 minutes Cineplex Dartmouth Crossing Cineplex Dartmouth Crossing Cineplex Dartmouth Crossing Cineplex Level Dartmouth Crossing Grades 7-12 Grades 7-9 Grades Grades :15 AM Environmental Documentaries 75 minutes Cineplex Dartmouth Crossing Grades :30 AM Game Development Workshop 75 minutes Cineplex Level Dartmouth Crossing Grades :00 AM Antarctica: A Year on Ice 92 minutes 12:10 AM Special Effects Workshop 75 minutes 12:10 AM Music for Mandela 82 minutes Cineplex Dartmouth Crossing Cineplex Level Dartmouth Crossing Cineplex Dartmouth Crossing Grades 9-12 Grades Grades :20 AM Game Development Workshop 75 minutes Cineplex Level Dartmouth Crossing Grades

7 FRIDAY, APRIL 11 - FRIDAY SCHOOL PROGRAM: ALL AGES PROGRAM 10:00 AM Belle et Sébastien 104 minutes 10:15 AM Elementary Shorts 2 74 minutes 10:30 AM Elementary Shorts 1 62 minutes Cineplex Park Lane Cineplex Park Lane Cineplex Park Lane 3e á la 6e Grades 4-6 Grades P-3 12:00 PM International Documentaries 79 minutes Cineplex Park Lane Grades :05 PM Environmental Documentaries 75 minutes Cineplex Park Lane Grades :15 PM Arctic Defenders 90 minutes 7:00 PM Green Screen Gala 110 minutes Cineplex Park Lane Cineplex Park Lane Grades 7-12 All Ages SATURDAY, APRIL 12 - YOUNG FILM MAKERS DAY 11:00 AM Semifinalist Screening: NBCUniversal Film Competition 90 minutes Cineplex Park Lane All Ages 1:00 PM Semifinalist Screening: NBCUniversal Film Competition 90 minutes Cineplex Park Lane All Ages 3:00 PM Semifinalist Screening: NBCUniversal Film Competition 90 minutes Cineplex Park Lane All Ages 7:00 PM Finalist Screening: NBCUniversal Film Competition 110 minutes Cineplex Park Lane All Ages 7

8 SATURDAY MORNINGS at 9 SATURDAY MORNINGS at 9:55 cbc.ca/kids Kids

9 Our Sponsors The Atlantic Film Festival gratefully acknowledges the following organizations for their generous support, which makes ViewFinders: Atlantic Film Festival for Youth possible. FOUNDING PARTNERS PRESTIGE PARTNER PLATINUM PARTNERS GOVERNMENT PARTNERS GOLD PARTNERS SILVER PARTNERS BRONZE PARTNERS ViewFinders would like to acknowledge the generous donation of Margaret & David Fountain to the Atlantic Film Festival s endeavors. COMMUNITY PARTNERS Alliance Francaise La Turnée du Cinema Québécois Conseil Communautaire du Grand Havre CONTRIBUTING DIVISIONS OF THE NOVA SCOTIA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Direction des services acadiens et de langue français English Program Services Programmes de français langue seconde Youth Pathways and Transitions 9

10 WELCOME TO VIEWFINDERS Great films introduce audiences to new ideas, places and ways of life. And because of this, films are inherently educational. They teach us about different cultures and different people, but also inform the way we see our community and ourselves. Not only a nod to the optical lens of a camera, our festival is called ViewFinders because we truly believe cinema can teach young people how to find themselves and their identity. Welcome to the 13th ViewFinders: Atlantic Film Festival for Youth. This festival would not be possible without the support of our government partners, sponsors and private donors. A special thank you also goes out to our friends within the education sector and especially our Teachers Advisory Committee (TAC). This body of educators watches every film that plays at ViewFinders, creating lesson plans that ensure the experience doesn t end when students leave the theatre, but continues into the classroom. In addition to a great daytime program of films from around the world, ViewFinders also celebrates the young Atlantic Canadians that have entered our filmmaking competitions. Congratulations on your achievement, directors. I truly hope this is just your first step in a long career with film. These youth-made films screen on April 11th and 12th, and I would encourage everyone to come and see this amazing display of talent. ViewFinders is a proud member of the Atlantic Film Festival family. It is a daily inspiration to work alongside such passionate colleagues and collaborators. Without this team of people, ViewFinders would not be possible; we work year round to share film with the people of Atlantic Canada. If you enjoy your experience at ViewFinders, please look for our other events for young people, families and film lovers. Jeff Parker, ViewFinders Manager I feel old. I know I m not that old I m only 34 but I m just saying that at this point a child could have gone from grade 5 to graduation in the time I ve been programming films for ViewFinders. I sincerely hope however that in that time between Justin Timberlake albums, ViewFinders has had the opportunity to live up to our tagline and Entertain, Enlighten and Engage the youth of Atlantic Canada as they ve grown up along with us. I know that you ll enjoy the amazing ViewFinders film program that I put together. Bear with me, I know it sounds a little conceited to call your own program amazing, but it s OK because I didn t make the films. I m just the lucky guy that has the opportunity to assemble the best film talent from around the world to bring home to ViewFinders. It s a ridiculous thing on the face of it to be a film programmer, to watch and curate films all day, but I take my job seriously and aside from piloting a giant robot in a war against monsters from the deep there is nothing else I d rather be doing. I d like to thank all of the amazing employees of the film festival, the educators that are so important to what we do, my incredible family and friends, and most importantly the kids that come out and enjoy this great festival that s so fun for me to program every year. To me ViewFinders is educational, but it s also a lot of fun. I hope you think so too. Mark Flindall, Programming Manager 10

11 A chosen career path in the arts is one of continuous learning, the artist begins as a novice and through practice and effort perfects their craft throughout their lifetime. Viewfinders: Atlantic Film Festival for Youth has a unique and special mandate. We provide an introduction to film as an experience for students of all ages. Beyond that however, we work to inspire that group of students who are discovering film in a different way, as an artistic calling. Through our workshops, productions and School Tours we engage with students at every phase of their development, a continuum if you will, from their first attempt at capturing a story they want to share to putting their finishing touches on their first fully realized film as a student, Viewfinders is both an instructor and mentor to these future Kubrick s and Spielberg s. Welcome to the 13th Annual Viewfinders: Atlantic Film Festival for Youth where over the course of the next week you will learn a lot but even more importantly you will experience and no doubt enjoy what our stellar Program Team have lined up for you. A big thanks to the incredible Atlantic Film Festival Team who work tirelessly all year to deliver world-class events to our audiences. Thanks also to our Board for their continuing partnership and support. To our Sponsors and Donors, we truly could not do this without you. To our Government Partners, thank you for supporting youth based filmmaking initiatives. Today s technology driven society dictates that we teach our young people the artistry and responsibility of the captured image more than ever. Last but certainly not least thanks to you our audience; we are here because you are there. See you at the movies, Wayne Carter, Executive Director 11

12 Atlantic Film Festival Association Board of Directors CHAIR Teri Anderson President, T.L. Anderson Inc. VICE CHAIR Dean Leland VP Media, Atlantic Canada Cineplex Media TREASURER David Strong David Strong Chartered Accountant Inc. SECRETARY & GENERAL COUNSEL Andrea Shakespeare Associate, Stewart McKelvey LIFETIME EX.OFFICIO Donald McDougall Partner Stewart McKelvey Bill Niven Producer, Idlewild Films DIRECTORS Geoff D Eon Founder & Executive Producer Pilot Light Productions Mark Gosine DHX Media Ltd. VP Legal Affairs Sheri McKillop Dan Barton Marketing Manager Metro East Halifax Bruce MacCormack Program Architect-Media Asset Management, Canadian Broadcast Corporation Marsha Nettle President Core-HR Consulting Ltd. Lynn Devereaux PSP Manager Canadian Forces Base Halifax Fred Mattocks General Manager of Media Operations & Technology for English Services, Canadian Broadcast Corporation ViewFinders Staff Jeff Parker ViewFinders Manager Mark Flindall ViewFinders Programming Manager Colin Davis ViewFinders Coordinator Heather Martin Marketing & Communications Coordinator Greg Richardson Operations Coordinator Kari Mitchell Sponsorship Relations Coordinator Tanya Higgins ViewFinders Office Coordinator Teachers Advisory Committee Maureen Baker Jean-Claude Bergeron Sandy Bergeron Cathy Carreau Denise Davidson Sabine M. Fels Ray Fernandez Ginette Jaillet Atlantic Film Festival Staff Wayne Carter Executive Director Jason Beaudry Director, Programming Craig Cameron Senior Operations Manager Laura MacKenzie Director, Strategic Partners Darren Johnson Senior Marketing & Communications Manager Pat Martin Technical Director David Cotie IT Manager Heidi Mossman Finance Manager Wendy Phillips Publicist Darin Roche Sales & Sponsorship Manager Tara McClair Strategic Partners Supervisor 12

13 To obtain tickets to ViewFinders school programs, screenings and workshops: BUY TICKETS FOR SCHOOL PROGRAM How to buy tickets for daytime school screenings, April Please refer to the School Program section of our Website, or page 12 of this guide, for the proper forms and resources. ONLINE atlanticfilm.com/vf BY PHONE ViewFinders Hotline IN PERSON 1471 Birmingham St, Halifax B3J 2J4 HOURS OF OPERATION March - April 4 (Monday to Friday) 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM PRICES PRICES (PER STUDENT) Screenings $8.00 Workshops $8.00 Full Day** $12.00 **Full Day = 2 Screenings or 1 Screening & 1 Workshop PLEASE NOTE -All School Program films are open to the general public. A box office will be set-up on-site for public ticket purchases up-to an hour prior to screening time. BUY TICKETS FOR FILM COMPETITION SCREENING ONLINE atlanticfilm.com/vf BY PHONE Ticketpro Hotline: IN-PERSON Cineplex Cinemas, Park Lane 5657 Spring Garden Road, Halifax Hours of operation Friday, April 11 6:00 PM 7:30 PM Saturday, April 12 9:00 AM 3:00 PM 6:00 PM 7:30 PM Sunday, April 12 6:00 PM 7:30 PM PRICES School Program: Screenings $8.00 Evening Screenings (after 6PM) $10.00 Matinees (before 6PM) $8.00 PLEASE NOTE: -No refunds or exchange on tickets - All ticket holders must be at the theatre at least 15 minutes prior to the start of the film. - Management reserves the right to refuse admission to latecomers. BUY TICKETS FOR VF FILM SCHOOL To reserve a spot for the VF Film School call: Price $35.00 For more information about the VF Film School, visit page 20 SCREENING & WORKSHOP LOCATIONS NSCAD Academy Building 1649 Brunswick Street, Halifax NSCC Waterfront Campus 80 Mawiomi Place, Dartmouth Empire Theatres Dartmouth Crossing 145 Shubie Drive, Dartmouth Crossing, Dartmouth Empire Theatres, Park Lane 5657 Spring Garden Road, Halifax 13

14 SCHOOL PROGRAM ORDER FORM TO ORDER TICKETS & REQUEST BUS FUNDING CINEPLEX BUS FUNDING Fill out this form & FAX back to CALL the Box Office to Date of form submitted: Teacher: Grade: Class Size: School: Telephone: Fax: Cineplex Theatres is proud to announce its first year as a supporter of ViewFinders. This year Cineplex has generously provided funding to subsidize some of the cost of bussing classes to the ViewFinders School Program. Bus funding is available for classes booked to attend ViewFinders screenings and workshops. It is intended as a partial subsidy, not to cover your entire transportation cost. Coming from within HRM? You are eligible for up to $3.00 per student. Coming from outside HRM? You are eligible for up to $300 in total. Funds are limited and will be divided on a first-come, first-serve basis. You can apply for bus funding the same time you order your tickets to ViewFinders. 1 Consult the ViewFinders Program Guide or visit the atlanticfilm.com/ vf to decide which screenings and workshops you would like your class to attend. Fill out the School Program Order Form or call the Box Office (902) Address: City: Province: Postal code: Call your usual bus company and request a quote for transportation to and from ViewFinders. The school program events take place at Cineplex Cinemas Dartmouth Crossing, 145 Shubie Drive and Cineplex Cinemas Park Lane, 5657 Spring Garden Road. Teachers are responsible for booking their own transportation to and from the Festival. The Cineplex Bus Program funds buses, but does not coordinate them. Send School Program Order Form and an official quote provided by your transportation provider to ViewFinders, by Fax ( ) or ViewFinders will contact you to confirm both your event booking and approval for the Cineplex Bus Funding Program. FILMS & WORKSHOPS ATTENDING: EVENT DATE & TIME # OF CHAPERONES (admitted free) TICKETS # OF STUDENTS ($8 each) COST (# of students x $8) $ $ $ $ $ $ PAYMENT o Visa o MasterCard o Cheque* Card Number: Name on Card: Expiry: Signature of Cardholder: # CHAPERONE TICKETS SIGNATURE # STUDENT TICKETS TOTAL BALANCE OWING: TOTAL: $ I Understand that all ticket sales and school program bookings are final and non-refundable and that I will be expected to pay for the amount of students I book once confirmed with the Box Office. *Please make cheques payable to Atlantic Film Festival Association. HST # RT0001. All prices include 15% HST. 14

15 WELCOME TO VIEWFINDERS ViewFinders: Atlantic Film Festival for Youth is a five-day celebration of film, video and media geared towards youth ages ViewFinders includes a comprehensive school program complete with a guide for educators, as well as evening and weekend screenings and events for families and young adults. ViewFinders features films from around the world and includes a selection of films made by youth. The name of the festival comes from the part of the camera called the viewfinder which is the optical window that frames an image. It is our hope that the Festival inspires young people to find and broaden their own views of the world through hands-on media workshops, networking with professionals in the industry, and exposure to the large scope of cinema. How to Use this Curriculum Pack: A Note to Teachers Why teach Media Literacy? Media does more than entertain and divert us. Films, television and videos can bring us together in shared experiences and provide common reference points. As an educational tool, moving images provide opportunities for critical thinking strategies, dialogical reasoning, cross-media experiences, semiotics, and expose us to alternative points of view. By encouraging students to become active and critical viewers of film, video and television, we are providing them the skills to reflect, challenge and participate fully in our media-enriched culture. This curriculum pack is designed with the busy teacher in mind. Therefore, activities require minimal preparation time aside from reading, photocopying and preparing materials. After scanning the pre-screening and post-screening activities to determine suitability and materials required, teachers are encouraged to use the activity notes for quick glance reference in class. This pack contains the following: (1) an introduction; (2) a list of film titles; (3) pre-screening and post-screening activities for feature films and shorts programs; (4) an appendix of information and worksheets; and (5) a glossary of useful film terms. The guide also contains French language programs. In this guide, you will find the following: 1. Relevant Nova Scotia SCOs; 2. Pre-screening and post-screening activities that can be used with each feature film or short program; and 3. Suggested resources on related websites for student reference, research and supplementary use by teachers. 15

16 FILM INDEX ENGLISH PROGRAM Amazonia Grades 4-12 Curriculum Connections: Music, Film and Video Production, English Language Arts, Biology 11, Biology 12, Science 10, Global Geography, Visual Arts Antarctica: A Year on Ice Grades 9-12 Curriculum Connections: Science 10, Geology 12, Global Geography 12, English Language Arts, Film and Video Production, Options and Opportunities, Career Development Antboy Grades 4-5 Curriculum Connections: English Language Arts, Health, Science Arctic Defenders Grades 7-12 Curriculum Connections: Science 10, Biology 11, Global Geography 12, Canadian History, English Language Arts, Film and Video Production Music for Mandela Grades 9-12 Curriculum Connections: Music 9, Music 10, Music/Advanced Music, 11-12, Law 12, African Heritage: English 12, English Language Arts, Global History/Advanced Global History 12, Visual Arts, Dance 11 PROGRAMME FRANÇAIS Amazonia 4e à la 12e année Liens aux résultats d apprentissage et aux programmes d études: La musique, Biologie 11e, Biologie 12e, Sciences 10e, Géographie globale, Arts visuels Belle et Sébastien 3e à la 6e année Liens aux résultats d apprentissage et aux programmes d études: Littératie, DPS, Sciences humaines, Arts plastiques Des morceaux de moi 10e à la 12e année Liens aux résultats d apprentissage et aux programmes d études: Arts langagiers, Film et vidéo. It était une fois les boys 8e à la 12e année Liens aux résultats d apprentissage et aux programmes d études: Mode de vie sain, Arts langagiers, Mode de vie actif, Éducation physique, Multimédia Ma Maman est en Amérique, elle a rencontré Buffalo Bill M à la 6e année Liens aux résultats d apprentissage et aux programmes d études: Littératie, DPS, Arts plastiques 16

17 CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS INDEX ELEMENTARY GRADES English Language Arts Antboy French Language Arts Belle et Sébastien Ma Maman est en Amérique, elle a rencontré Buffalo Bill DPS Belle et Sébastien Ma Maman est en Amérique, elle a rencontré Buffalo Bill Healthy Living Antboy Belle et Sébastien Ma Maman est en Amérique, elle a rencontré Buffalo Bill Music Amazonia Science Antboy Social Studies Belle et Sébastien Visual Arts Belle et Sébastien Ma Maman est en Amérique, elle a rencontré Buffalo Bill JUNIOR HIGH English Language Arts Antarctica: A Year on Ice Arctic Defenders French Language Arts It était une fois boys Ma Maman est en Amérique, elle a rencontré Buffalo Bill Healthy Living It était une fois boys Ma Maman est en Amérique, elle a rencontré Buffalo Bill Multimedia It était une fois boys Music 9 Music for Mandela Physical Education It était une fois boys Visual Arts Amazonia Ma Maman est en Amérique, elle a rencontré Buffalo Bill HIGH SCHOOL African Heritage: English 12 Music for Mandela Biology 11 Amazonia Arctic Defenders Biology 12 Amazonia Canadian History Arctic Defenders Career Development Antarctica: A Year on Ice Dance 11 Music for Mandela English Language Arts Amazonia Antarctica: A Year on Ice Arctic Defenders Music for Mandela Film and Video Production Amazonia Antarctica: A Year on Ice Arctic Defenders Des morceaux de moi French Language Arts Des morceaux de moi It était une fois boys Geology 12 Antarctica: A Year on Ice Global Geography 12 Antarctica: A Year on Ice Arctic Defenders Global History/Advanced Global History 12 Music for Mandela Healthy Living It était une fois boys Law 12 Music for Mandela Multimedia It était une fois boys Music 10 Music for Mandela Music/Advanced Music Music for Mandela Options and Opportunities Antarctica: A Year on Ice Physical Education It était une fois boys Science 10 Amazonia Antarctica: A Year on Ice Arctic Defenders Visual Arts Music for Mandela 17

18 RELEVANT NOVA SCOTIA SPECIAL CURRICULUM OUTCOMES (SCOS) Through the ViewFinders curriculum, students will have opportunities to satisfy a large number of Nova Scotia SCOs, including: Grades K-3 Language Arts Students will engage in and respond to a variety of oral presentations and other texts Students will regard reading/viewing as sources of interest, enjoyment and information Students will recognize some basic types of texts (e.g., films, posters, true and imaginary texts) Students will begin to ask questions of text Students will begin to develop an understanding and respect for diversity Students will create and use familiar written and media texts (e.g., lists, personal narratives, retellings, messages, drawings, recounts, stories, records of observations, role-plays) Students will demonstrate a beginning/some awareness of audience and purpose or choose particular forms for specific audiences and purposes Students will interact with a variety of simple texts (e.g., pictures, videotapes, easy fiction and non-fiction), as well as human and community resources Students will realize that work to be shared with an audience needs editing Social Studies Students will demonstrate an understanding of equality, human dignity and justice Students will recognize that individuals and groups have differing perspectives on public issues Students will identify characteristics unique to one s self and other characteristics shared by all humans Students will identify groups to which they belong Students will give examples of how groups, institutions and media influence people Students will give examples of stereotypes, discrimination, and pressures to conform and how they affect an individual Students will give examples of how culture is transmitted Students will recognize and describe the interdependent nature of relationships Students will identify and describe examples of interactions among people, technology and the environment Visual Arts Students will express personal feelings, ideas and understandings through art-making Students will work individually and with others in the creative art-making process Students will examine and demonstrate an appreciation of artworks from diverse cultures Students will recognize that people create art for a variety of reasons Students will explore images using technology Students will celebrate, with pride and respect, their own artworks and those of others Students will share thoughts and ideas about artworks Students will recognize art as a way of expressing ideas of points of view Students will ask questions about works of art and respond to art in various ways Students will investigate the role of media in their lives Grades 4-7 Health Education Communicate needs and wants and express feelings in healthy ways Identify and demonstrate attitudes and behaviours that support healthy lifestyle choices Identify the causes and effects of positive and negative stress Define and demonstrate what it means to be a good friend Demonstrate and understanding that relationships entail both rights and responsibilities Identify positive and negative examples of peer influence in decision making Define citizenship in the context of school and community Demonstrate strategies for managing feelings associated with the physical and emotional changes in puberty Demonstrate an awareness of social rights and responsibilities at the school and in the community Examine the role of media in shaping and reinforcing lifestyle values and practices Language Arts Students will describe, share and discuss their personal reactions to texts Students will give reasons for their opinions about texts and types of texts and the work of authors and illustrators Students will identify examples of prejudice, stereotyping, or bias in oral language; recognize their negative effect on individuals and cultures; and attempt to use language that shows respect for all people Students will detect examples of prejudice, stereotyping or bias in oral language; recognize their negative effect on individuals and cultures; and attempt to use bias-free language Students will create written and media texts using a variety of forms Students will experiment with a combination of writing with other media to increase the impact of their presentations Students will demonstrate some awareness of audience and purpose Students will make choices about form for a specific audience/purpose Students will realize that work to be shared with an audience needs editing Students will question information presented in print and visual texts Students will use a personal knowledge base as a frame of reference Students will identify some different types of print and media texts Students will recognize some of their language conventions and text characteristics Students will recognize that these conventions and characteristics help them understand what they read and view Students will respond critically to texts Students will formulate questions as well as understandings Students will identify the point of view in a text and demonstrate an awareness of whose voices/positions are and are not being expressed Students will discuss the text from the perspective of their own realities and experiences 18

19 Social Studies Students will recognize how and why individuals and groups have different perspectives on public issues Students will describe the influences that shape personal identity Students will describe how groups, institutions and media influence people and society Students will use examples of material and non-material elements of culture to explain the concept of culture Students will explain how cultures meet human needs and wants in diverse ways Students will describe how perspectives influence the ways in which experiences are interpreted Students will discuss why and how stereotyping, discrimination and pressures to conform can emerge and how they affect an individual Students will describe how culture is preserved, modified and transmitted Students will describe the multicultural, multiracial and multiethnic character of Canadian society Visual Arts Students will express through art-making an awareness of the complexities in their world Students will work independently and collaboratively to apply learned skills Students will recognize art as a way of expressing cultural identity Students will discuss ideas and approaches with sensitivity and respect Students will perceive that there are many ways of perceiving and knowing Students will express through their artwork personal ideas and points of view Students will describe their responses to works of art Students will examine and discuss the effects of media on their lives and the lives of others Grades 8-12 Language Arts, Speaking and Listening Students will speak and listen to explore, extend, clarify and reflect on their thoughts, ideas, feelings and experiences Students will communicate information and ideas effectively and clearly, and to respond personally and critically Students will interact with sensitivity and respect, considering the situation, audience and purpose Language Arts, Reading and Viewing Students will select, read and view with understanding a range of literature, information, media and visual texts Students will interpret, select and combine information using a variety strategies, resources and technologies Students will respond personally and critically to a range of texts, applying their understanding of language form and genre Language Arts, Writing and Representing Students will use writing and other forms of representation to explore, clarify and reflect on their thoughts, feelings and experiences and to use their imaginations Students will create texts collaboratively and independently, using a variety of forms for a range of audiences and purposes Students will use a range of strategies to develop effective writing and other ways of representing and to enhance their clarity, precision and effectiveness Social Studies Grades 8-9 Students will identity some specific issues involving the rights, responsibilities, roles and status of individual citizens and groups in a local, national and global context Students will analyze and explain various perspectives on selected public issues Students will explore the factors that influence one s perceptions, attitudes, values and beliefs Students will analyze how individuals and formal and informal groups can influence each other Students will analyze how groups, institutions and media influence people and society Students will compare the way cultures meet human needs and wants Students will explain how and why perspectives influence the ways in which experiences are interpreted Students will demonstrate acceptance of self and others by considering alternative strategies for coping with situations that arise from conflicting values and beliefs Students will compare and analyze how culture is preserved, modified and transmitted Students will explain the concept of multiculturalism as it applies to race, ethnicity and national identity in Canadian society Students will analyze causes, consequences and possible solutions to universal human rights and other selected global issues Students will demonstrate an understanding that the interpretation of history reflects perspectives, frames of reference and biases Students will identify and analyze trends that may shape the future Social Studies Grades Students will evaluate public issues, taking into account multiple perspectives Students will evaluate group, institutional and media influences on people and society in both historical and contemporary settings Students will explain why cultures develop various expressions of material and non-material culture Students will analyze and explain the ways cultures address human needs and wants Students will evaluate the causes and consequences of differing worldviews Students will analyze cases and personal values regarding stereotyping, discrimination and conformity and how they affect individuals and groups Students will evaluate and propose possible solutions to issues resulting from interactions among individuals, groups and societies Students will evaluate causes, consequences and possible solutions to universal human rights and other selected global issues 19

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