Resources by Subject → Intermediate

Oral Communication Strategies

This document is part of the Ministry publication, Think Literacy: Cross Curricular Approaches.  This portion of the document looks at oral communication strategies which have been designed to assist in creating an effective and successful FSL program.

Oral Communication Strategies

Strangers Becoming Us

Strangers Becoming Us is a resource for grades 4 — 8 that guides students to a greater understanding of multiculturalism, citizenship, and what it means to be a new Canadian. It is designed for use in Social Science/Social Studies and ESL programs. Teachers may download the materials for free.

Strangers Becoming Us

KidsLove2learn.ca Backpack Tools

This site contains numerous world maps, information about countries, as well as suggested lesson plan ideas.

KidsLove2learn.ca Backpack Tools

National Geographic For Kids

The National Geographic for students site contain a great deal of information that students would find useful. This award winning site is highly interactive and entertaining.

National Geographic For Kids

Ontario Music Educators Association

This is the collection of resources for elementary educators developed by the Ontario Music Educators Association.

Ontario Music Educators Association 

Critical Analysis Process

This resource, created by the Art Gallery of Ontario, is based upon the Critical Analysis Process and provides a series of questions to guide students when exploring artwork images.

Critical Analysis Process

Science and Technology Lesson Plans

An extensive collection of lesson plan activities for science and technology that spans from kindergarten to grade 8.

Science and Technology Lesson Plans

Science Museum

A great site from the UK with plenty of activities for students as well as helpful resources for teachers.

Science Museum 

Peel Regional Health Unit

A collection of health resources for teachers created by the Peel Regional Health Unit.

Peel Regional Health Unit

 

Ontario Physical Education Safety Guidelines Curricular, Interschool and Intramural Activities

The Ontario Physical Education Safety Guidelines represent the minimum standards for risk management practice for school boards. They focus the attention of teachers, intramural supervisors and coaches on safe practices, in every activity, in order to minimize the element of risk.

The Safety Guidelines are divided into Elementary and Secondary levels, each containing three separate modules:

  • Curricular – physical education program
  • Interschool – competitive programs (practices and competitions)
  • Intramurals – physical activity/recreation activities

The Safety Guidelines apply to physical activities that occur on the school site or as part of a school sponsored trip (i.e., day trip, overnight, out of province, or out of country).

Ontario Physical Education Safety Guidelines Curricular, Interschool and Intramural Activities