Resources by Subject → Intermediate

How to Draw a Sphere: TheVirtualInstructor.com

This video lesson will guide students in a hands-on exercise on shading techniques and use of techniques in students’ art.

How to Draw a Sphere: TheVirtualInstructor.com

National Library of Virtual Manipulatives Utah State University

Online manipulatives allow students to access what they need via classroom devices such as iPad or Chromebook. NOTE: May not work in Firefox.

National Library of Virtual Manipulatives Utah State University

The Ontario Curriculum: Elementary

Here you’ll find curriculum documents spanning Kindergarten to Grade 8. The achievement charts provide guidelines for assessing students’ work.

The Ontario Curriculum: Elementary

Poverty Discussion in the Classroom

“As teachers, we can bring the topic of poverty forward and build it in to language, history, social studies, or health classes, for example. When our students understand the value of eliminating poverty, they can creatively engage in school community social action projects to effect positive change.”

Poverty Discussion in the Classroom

Chinese Canadian History

This site has a timeline of Chinese migration, segregation, integration, and impact on Canadian history. It is a beginning source that can used to engage students in understanding the diversity of Canadian history and the impact of systemic racism and prejudice.

Chinese Canadian History

Critical Media Project

This site offers diverse media projects that look at the ‘politics of identity’ with a focus on race, gender, sexuality and class. Although geared towards the high school age group, some of these projects can definitely be used in Grade 7 and 8.

Critical Media Project 

 

CBC Digital Archives

A rich library of past CBC video footage and radio content that support a range to topics including the environment, civil unrest, biotechnology, racism, sports, and youth. The teacher’s section with learning materials to support the use of the CBC archives in the classroom. There is also a French language site.

CBC Digital Archives

The African Canadian Literature Project

A resource for teaching about the African Canadian in Language and Social Studies/ History classrooms experience through select African Canadian literature sources.

The African Canadian Literature Project

Enemy Aliens: the Internment of Jewish Refugees in Canada, 1940 – 1943

A teachers’ guide developed by the Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre to facilitate student engagement with historical context, artefacts and testimonies featured in the “Enemy Aliens” exhibit.

Enemy Aliens: the Internment of Jewish Refugees in Canada, 1940 – 1943

African Canadian Roads to Freedom

This resource provides teachers background information on African-Canadian heritage and culture in the Greater Essex region and is connected directly to specific learning expectations in the Ontario Social Studies/History and Geography curriculum.

African Canadian Roads to Freedom