Senior Author: Jan Haskings-Winner
Authors: Rachel Collishaw, Sandra Kritzer, Patricia Warecki
Social Science: An Introduction is a new program that covers Anthropology, Psychology and Sociology for both the University and College level grade 11 student.
Two programs in one!
- Provides students with opportunities to think critically about theories, questions and issues related to anthropology, psychology and sociology
- Develops students understanding of the approaches and research methods used by social scientists
- Provides opportunities to explore theories from a variety of perspectives, to conduct social science research and to become familiar with current thinking on a range of issues within the three disciplines
- Reinforces skill development through various research features and opportunities for in-depth analysis
- Includes two complete sets of lesson plans: University and College
- Features strategies for combining both courses
- Detailed assessment and evaluation strategies along with related rubrics and checklists, modifiable Blackline Masters and an image bank of photos and illustrations from the student text
- For students: Complete interactive student resource with personalization tools and integrated learning assets including videos, interactive lessons and activities, self-study quizzes and study plans
- For teachers: Fully integrated Teaching and Learning Program with all your teaching materials in one location.
Includes complete interactive student resource, teacher resource, a wealth of media assets, PowerPoints, interactive lessons and activities, quiz builder and the ability to customize your course content