Saskatchewan social studies. 8. [Student edition].
—Harcourt, Corinne.
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Saskatchewan Social Studies 8 has been custom published for Saskatchewan and has been developed by a team of Saskatchewan teachers. At the beginning of each unit, the "Essential Question" sets the focus for the unit. The book provides opportunities for inquiry learning and engages students with "What Do You Think," "Thinking Critically" and "Thinking It Through" activities. Links to the historical thinking concepts have also been embedded throughout to support the development of historical thinking skills. Timelines, charts and graphs, photos, primary sources, QR codes and maps provide a variety of ways for students to access content.

Item Details
Canada -- Politics and government -- Study and teaching (Middle school)
Social sciences -- Study and teaching (Middle school)
Social sciences -- Textbooks.
Other Authors:
Hallman-Chong, Stanley., author.
Johns, Maureen L., author.
Student edition.
Publisher, Date:
Toronto, ON : Pearson Canada, 2015.
309 pages : colour illustrations, maps ; 29 cm
Other Title:
Pearson Saskatchewan social studies. 8. [Student edition].
Saskatchewan social studies. eight. [Student edition].
Includes index.
A core resource for grade 8 social studies in Saskatchewan, 2014.
Developing a Canadian identity
The importance of land to Canadians
Our cultural identity
Making Canada home
The structure of Canadian democracy
Involvement in the political process
Canada's mixed market economy
Toward responsible consumerism.
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