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Curriculum Big Ideas A.

Durdan
Grade 4 The Arts Music Visual Arts Dance and Drama Read standard notation Create song using elements of music for desired audience, effect Reflect on music and personal performances Awareness of diversity in music Create a dance using methods learned in class Reflect on dance and personal performances Awareness of diversity in dance and its social and political roles Communicate idea, thoughts and feelings through role play Reflect on drama and personal performances Identify different genres of drama over time Create art that expresses ideas, feelings and meaning using techniques learned in class se a variety of methods and tools Reflect on art and personal performances Awareness of diversity in art and its social and political roles Grade 5 Read simple musical notation Create song using elements of music for desired audience, effect using tools of musicianship Reflect in detail on music and musical elements, and on personal performances Compare influences of music in culture and music in different traditions se inspiration from other su!"ects in movement #a$e connections through dance, identify elements of dance and reflect on personal performances Identify different forms of dance and how it influences popular culture Create dance inspired !y own or another%s point of view &xamine issues and themes in fiction and non'fiction sources se of colla!oration and communication through drama #a$e connections to characters, use drama terminology and reflect on personal performances Descri!e the roles of theatre personnel Create art to communicate message using own and other%s point of view using a variety of tools Interpret art, explain art elements and reflect on personal performances Demonstrate a connection !etween art over time and artist messages Grade 6 Read and perform from musical notation, use tools of musical composition to create musical compositions for different audiences Reflect in detail on music and musical elements, and on personal performances and performances of others Identify how culture affects appreciation of music over time Incorporate props into dance, use dance to interpret literature Analyse and construct dance, reflect on personal performances and performances of others Descri!e A!original dances from past and future Descri!e how pop culture influences dance &xamine a range of issues through role play using different perspectives &xpress responses to drama, reflect on personal performances and performances of others Descri!e contri!utions of drama to community Create art that explores feelings, ideas using principles of design and tools Analyse and create art, reflect on personal performances and performances of others Demonstrate $ey contri!utions of visual art at local(national level

Curriculum Big Ideas A. Durdan


Health and Physical Education nderstand the concepts involved in healthy eating, self monitor, promote healthy lifestyle )now the ris$s of technology, use ris$ assessment )now !ullying and a!use Identify su!stances in to!acco products, $now effects of a!use Demonstrate the a!ility to ma$e informed choices *elf awareness and self monitoring s$ills, teach responsi!ility &ffective communication *ocial s$ills in physical activity Critical thin$ing to ma$e connections Actively participate in a variety of programs daily Identify motivation and difficulties for daily exercise Identify components of health related fitness, physical responses, measures to avoid health ris$s A!ility to transfer weight, "ump in control, explore locomotive movement, send and receive o!"ects, retain o!"ects, Determine characteristics and features of physical activity Identify people and services for support &ffects of alcohol a!use +ow to use nutritional facts ,ro!lem solving with threatening situations and peer pressure Advertising healthy eating Connect actions with feelings and well !eing Identify formal and informal listening Identify listening comprehension strategies *ummari/e important ideas, infer and ma$e connections orally Communicate clearly and appropriately in oral communication *elf awareness &ffective communication, social s$ills Actively participate in a variety of programs daily Connection !etween physical activity and health related fitness, Assessment of health related fitness *afety during physical activity, methods for treating in"uries -ransfer of weight, variety of locomotive movement, send and receive o!"ects, retain o!"ects, nderstanding !asic components of physical activity Common feature of physical activities &ffects of using drugs, decision ma$ing strategies and influences for drug use Identify people and services for support .actors that influence eating ha!its and food choices Internal hunger and thirst cues ,ersonal s$ills in promoting positive interactions Connection !etween healthy eating and active living Responsi!ility in caring for oneself Identify formal and informal listening Identify listening comprehension strategies for !efore, during and after listening Communicate clearly and appropriately in oral communication Identify helpful oral communications

Language

&ffective listening Responding appropriately to different audiences Responding appropriately for different purposes ,ersonal reflections on listening, and spea$ing

Curriculum Big Ideas A. Durdan


se of different strategies for oral communication nderstand a variety of texts se a range of comprehension strategies Identify how text features, form, styles, and elements communicate meaning se word and cues to read fluently ,ersonal reflections on reading 0rite for different audiences 0rite for different purposes Draft and revise wor$ using different techniques &dit, proofread wor$, correct wor$ ,ersonal reflections on writing nderstand a variety of media texts &xplain conventions and techniques used to create meaning in media texts Create different forms of media texts Reflect on media interpretations Identify helpful oral communications s$ills and reflect Read a variety of texts from diverse cultures and identify a purpose for reading se various reading comprehension s$ills *ummari/e, infer, extend meaning, analy/e, ma$e "udgements, identify points of view ,redict the meaning of unfamiliar words Read with expression Identify helpful reading s$ills and reflect Identify audience and purpose *ort and order ideas in writing Determine relevancy of ideas 0rite longer, more complex texts with voice, proper word choice, point of view se techniques for spelling unfamiliar words ,roofread, punctuation, grammar Identify helpful writing techniques and reflect Identify audience, message of media texts &xpress opinions of media texts and reasons for different opinions Identify who produces the media texts and funding Identify helpful techniques for ma$ing sense of media texts and reflect s$ills and reflect on how professionals improve oral s$ills Read a variety of texts from diverse cultures and identify a purpose for reading se various reading comprehension s$ills Interpret text !y stating implied ideas *ummari/e, infer, extend meaning, analy/e, ma$e "udgements, identify points of view &valuating texts sing cues to predict meaning of words Read with fluency, expression and confidence Identify helpful reading s$ills and reflect Identify audience and purpose *ort and order ideas in writing 0rite using a wider range of forms with voice, proper word choice, point of view se techniques for spelling unfamiliar words ,roofread, punctuation, grammar Identify helpful writing techniques and reflect Create a portfolio of wor$ &xplain how media uses implied and overt messages &xplain why different audiences have different reactions to media text Identify whose point of view is missing Identify helpful techniques for ma$ing

Curriculum Big Ideas A. Durdan


sense of media texts and reflect Decimals, percents, rate and ratios nderstanding and using 1comparing, ordering, place value, reading and representing2 whole num!ers, decimals 1to thousandths2 and fractions nderstand the relationships with rate and ratio &stimate and measure measurements using the metric system and determine relationships Classify and construct polygons, angles, 3D figures Rotate shapes in a coordinate system se of growing and shrin$ing patterns se of varia!les to descri!e relationships Collect, organi/e, display read and compare primary and secondary data in a num!er of ways ,redict the frequency of an outcome Asses human impact on !iodiversity and how to preserve it Characteristics of living things, classifying nderstand !iodiversity, how it contri!utes to natural systems and humans *ocietal and environmental impacts of flying devices +ow flying devices wor$ in accordance with properties of air Impact of electricity on life style and environment *tudy current and static electricity

Mathematics

Decimals and fractions 1addition and su!traction2 nderstanding and using 1comparing, ordering, place value, reading and representing2 whole num!ers, decimals 1to tenths2 and fractions nderstand the relationships !etween fractions and decimals Determine o!"ect and shape measurements and compare units Identify quadrilaterals, compare angles Construct and classify 3D figures Identify and create patterns Collect, organi/e, display and read primary data #a$e predictions using pro!a!ility Analy/e effects of humans on communicates &xplain concepts of interdependence of plants and animals in a ha!itat, demonstrate communities in ha!itats Impact of pulleys and gears on society nderstand how pulleys and gears wor$ and their functions &xplain the impact of technological innovations of lights and sound on society nderstand the properties of light

Decimals and fractions 1multiplication and division2 nderstanding and using 1comparing, ordering, place value, reading and representing2 whole num!ers, decimals 1to hundredths2 and fractions 1mixed and improper2 &stimate and measure measurements over time and determine relationships Identify shapes and 3D figures, create and identify nets, translations se of a ta!le of values for patterns nderstand the use of varia!les Collect, organi/e, display and read primary and secondary data in a num!er of ways sing fractions in pro!a!lilty

Science and Technology

Analy/e impacts of human activities and innovations on health *tudy ma"or organs of the !ody nderstand the interactions !etween the !ody systems *ocial and environmental impacts of forces acting on structures and mechanisms Descri!e the effects of these forces *ocial and environmental impacts of processes used to ma$e everyday products ,roperties of matter and changes of state, physical and chemical change

Curriculum Big Ideas A. Durdan


and sound, and as a form of energy Impacts of humans use of roc$ and minerals nderstand the physical properties or roc$s and minerals &ffects of energy and resource use nderstand options for energy conservation *tudy different forms of energy and ways to conserve it Construct simple circuits +ow electrical energy transforms into other forms of energy Impact of space exploration &arth !eing in a relationship with other systems nderstanding of the system that &arth s a part of Canada%s 5in$s to the 0orld Domestic and international affairs 4lo!al issues

Social Studies

,rovinces, -erritories and Regions of Canada Determine influence of physical factors on economics and cultures Descri!e how economics and culture lin$ communities

Citi/enship and 4overnment in Canada 4overnment processes 4overnment in society