Social Studies 11


Social Studies 11 studies Canada in the 20th Century including the social, cultural, political, legal, economic, and environmental issues facing Canadians. Students will look at the Canadian and global citizenship and the standing of Canada in the world community. It looks at what defines the Canadian identity and the roles, rights, and responsibilities of citizens in a democratic society. This includes the fundamental principles of law in Canada and Canada’s regional, cultural, and ethnic diversity.

Recommended prerequisites: Recent completion of Socials 10.

Textbook: Counterpoints (Exploring Canadian Issues)

$75.00 refundable textbook deposit. Available at Riverside Centre, Maple Ridge.

Riverside Centre Address: 20575 Thorne Avenue, Maple Ridge, BC

You MUST have access to the internet.

Student Responsibilities

Students are expected to log onto the course and submit one assignment (or have contact with the instructor) each week. Students who do not log onto the course, or keep in contact with their instructor on a weekly basis, will be viewed as having withdrawn from the online course.

The instructor will then notify them that they are being withdrawn from the course. Students who withdraw from an online course are not allowed by Ministry of Education regulations to retake the same online course for two reporting periods.