Dharmasetia’s Social Studies 11
Updated June 19/07
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1) News and Notes
SSI #1: How did
SSI #2: Describe Canadian-American relations in the 1950s and 60s.
SSI #3: How did the Cold War end?
SSI #4: Explain the
immigration issues in
3) Notes (copyright 2006)
These are designed to help you through the workbook, which can be overwhelming.
Unit Two: World War One_ III. War in Europe_A. to C. (text pp. 48-51)
Unit Two: World War One_ III. War in Europe_D. to F. (text pp. 51-55)—Land, Sea, and Air
Unit Two: World War One_ III. War in Europe_G. (text p. 56)—End of the War
Unit Two: World War One_IV. War on the Home Front_A. to D. (text pp. 56-57)—Halifax and Enemy Aliens
Unit Two: World War One_IV. War on the Home Front_E. to G (text pp. 57-59)—Conscription and Suffragettes
Below is an outline of your Human Geography unit. Things to know include the following:
a. Demography: population vs. standards of living
- Population Growth Rates and all the factors involved
- Demographic Transitional Model
- Population Pyramids
- Exponential Population Growth and the problems involved
b. Environmental Challenges: maintaining high standards of living vs. impact on the environment
- Global Warming and the
- Ozone Layer Depletion
- Acid Rain
- Renewable Resources
- Freshwater Supply
- Mineral Extraction, Agriculture, and Deforestration
- Government Responses
Below is the focus on your Québec and Aboriginal Issues unit.
- Québec’s desire (?) to
separate: why and how
4) PowerPoint presentations