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Increasing Immigration and the Aboriginal Community

  • Identify the three most significant impacts of increasing immigration to Canada on Aboriginal peoples and communities.
  • Write an editorial urging the federal government to consider the three significant impacts on Aboriginal peoples and communities when shaping immigration policy.

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Specific Outcomes

This critical challenge may address these outcomes:

Specific Outcome 9.1.2 - Students will appreciate the various effects of government policies on citizenship and on Canadian society (C, I, PADM)
Specific Outcome 9.1.3 - Students will appreciate how emerging issues impact quality of life, citizenship and identity in Canada (C, I, PADM)
Specific Outcome - What impact does increasing immigration have on Aboriginal peoples and communities? (C, I, GC, PADM)
Specific Outcome 9.S.1.3 - Students will demonstrate the ability to analyze current affairs from multiple perspectives
Specific Outcome 9.S.1.4 - Students will re-evaluate personal opinions to broaden understanding of a topic or an issue
Specific Outcome 9.S.4.1 - Students will take appropriate action and initiative when required in decision-making and problem-solving scenarios
Specific Outcome 9.S.4.3 - Students will propose and apply strategies or options to solve problems and deal with issues
Specific Outcome 9.S.4.4 - Students will propose and apply new ideas and strategies, supported with facts and reasons, to contribute to problem solving and decision making
Specific Outcome 9.S.8.1 - Students will communicate in a persuasive and engaging manner through speeches, multimedia presentations and written and oral reports, taking particular audiences and purposes into consideration
C Citizenship
ER Economics and Resources
CC Culture and Community
I Identity
LPP The Land: Places and People
GC Global Connections
TCC Time, Continuity and Change
PADM Power, Authority, and Decision Making
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