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Check out our latest additions below! At LawCentral Schools we are always on the look out for new teaching resources to help Alberta teachers in the classroom.


Social Studies

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This series of classroom resources supports students in thinking critically about the operations and policies of various levels of government. The materials focus on four topics: cultural diversity and equity, aboriginal rights, federal provincial powe …

This lesson allows students to explore the concept of civic participation in the creation of Canadian laws through a study of the consultation process found in the Canada Gazette. Students will create their own School Gazette by proposing and discussin …

In these lessons, secondary and middle school students learn about and discuss the legal aspects of cyberbullying. They review a variety of hypothetical scenarios and a case study, and consider the seriousness of the situations, who is legally responsi …

 

Legal Studies

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In these lessons, secondary and middle school students learn about and discuss the legal aspects of cyberbullying. They review a variety of hypothetical scenarios and a case study, and consider the seriousness of the situations, who is legally responsi …

This mock trial is a practical lesson for intermediate/ middle school level students on how the law is relevant to them on a daily basis and how their behaviour is affected or governed by laws such as those regarding libel. Electronic media open many p …

The lesson studies the life, trial, and execution of Joan of Arc, and examines their relation to current legal processes, demonstrating changing notions of law and how legal categories of right and wrong (as well as broader public perceptions) change o …

Science

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This resource was designed to address the learning outcomes of the “Life sciences: Sustainability of Ecosystems” component of the British Columbia Science 10 Integrated Resource Package. It can be used specifically for the learning outcomes B2, “assess …

In this activity students will learn about the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) decision that HIV carriers with a low viral load, wearing condoms do not have to disclose their HIV status to sex partners. Students will reflect on this ruling and examine th …

 

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