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Lesson Plans: Saskatchewan Achievements in Communication

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Students will learn about how communication technologies, or lack thereof, affected the lives of people in the past, challenges which impeded communication with others, and how communication continues to play a major role in the lives of people today.

Grades

Grade 7

Locations

Moose Jaw | North Battleford | Saskatoon

Subjects

ELA | Social Studies

Program Type

In Classroom Resource

Description

Students will learn about how communication technologies, or lack thereof, affected the lives of people in the past, challenges which impeded communication with others, and how communication continues to play a major role in the lives of people today. These in-classroom lesson plans will focus on Saskatchewan’s achievements in the field of communication, including SaskTel’s early 2000s fame as a world leader in fiber optic technology. They include material lists, Saskatchewan ‘Fast Facts,’ and links to additional resources.

Download Saskatchewan Achievements in Communication Lesson Plans in English (PDF).

These Lesson Plans may be done on their own or as a complement to an in-Museum Saskatchewan Achievements in Communication Discovery Box program.

 

Curriculum Connections

Grade 7: Social Studies DR7.3 and English Language Arts CR7.4CR7.7CC7.5CC7.9

Historical Thinking Concepts: Historical Significance

 

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