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Tips for passing over the tax baton

How to help them get on track with tax

  • Grade Level: 11-12
  • Theme(s): Planning & tracking

Lesson Plan

The flu and you!

In this lesson, students will learn how the flu attacks the body as well as how to prevent and treat it, and also consider its impact on society?

  • Grade Level: 10, 12
  • Course(s)/Subject(s):

    SNC2D Science (Academic)
    SNC4E Science (Workplace Preparation)

Lesson Plan

What’s up doc? Health care in Canada

In Canada, universal health care is something many of us take for granted. Given these tough economic times, can we afford to maintain the system in its current form? This lesson explores the financial implications of health care spending through a tableau activity.

This is intended as an introduction to the issue of health care policy as it relates to financial literacy and should be followed by further study about the intricacies of social policy.

  • Grade Level: 10
  • Course(s)/Subject(s):

    CHV2O – Civics and Citizenship

Lesson Plan

Understanding government spending

In this lesson, students review the functions and responsibilities of Canada’s three levels of government by participating in a role play to learn how public funds are spent at the municipal provincial and federal level.

  • Grade Level: 10
  • Course(s)/Subject(s):

    CHV2O – Civics

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