6.1.1 Recognize how individuals and governments interact and bring about change within local and national communities. ? 6.1.2 Understanding of the fundamental principles of democracy by exploring and reflecting on: 1. What is democracy? 2. The similarities and differences between direct and representative democracy. 3. The rights and responsibilities of citizens living in a representative democracy. 4. How the justice system helps to protect democratic and constitutional rights. ? 6.1.3 The democratic ideals of equity and fairness and how these two have influenced legislation. 1. How the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms protect the individual rights and freedoms of all Canadians. 2. How the Charter of Rights protect collective rights (Aboriginal rights, linguistic rights of official language minorities). 3. The Treaty of La Grande Paix de Montreal addresses collective identity and collective rights. 4. How the above two compare in the way that each addresses individual and collective identity and collective rights. 5. Why is the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms entrenched in the Canadian Constitution? ? 6.1.4 Analyze the structure and functions of local governments in Alberta by looking at the following: 1. The electoral process to form a local government. 2. Responsibilities of local governments (Bylaws, taxes, services). 3. Differences between local governments in rural and urban settings. 4. The role of school boards within local communities (public, separate, Francophone). © 2008 Educational Distributors Canada Inc. 3 ? 6.1.5 The structure and functions of Alberta’s provincial government looking at the following : 1. How is provincial government structured? 2. The role and status of the Lieutenant Governor within the provincial government. 3. The responsibilities of the provincial government (Laws, taxes, services). 4. How are representatives chosen at the provincial level of government? 5. What is the difference between an MLA and a cabinet minister? 6. What are the responsibilities of the Members of the Legislative Assembly? ? 6.1.6 How individuals, groups and associations within a community impact decisions of local and provincial governments: 1. How these participate when making decisions in regard to current events (Lobbying, petitioning, rallies, local meetings). 2. How ACFA, MNAA, FNA provide members with a voice at local and provincial levels. 3. How elected officials show their accountability to the electorate. (respond to constituents, participate in local events, and express the concerns of constituents in government meetings).

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$9.00 6.1.1 Recognize how individuals and governments interact and bring about change within local and national communities. ? 6.1.2 Understanding of the fundamental principles of democracy by exploring and reflecting on: 1. What is democracy? 2. The similarities and differences between direct and representative democracy. 3. The rights and responsibilities of citizens living in a representative democracy. 4. How the justice system helps to protect democratic and constitutional rights. ? 6.1.3 The democratic ideals of equity and fairness and how these two have influenced legislation. 1. How the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms protect the individual rights and freedoms of all Canadians. 2. How the Charter of Rights protect collective rights (Aboriginal rights, linguistic rights of official language minorities). 3. The Treaty of La Grande Paix de Montreal addresses collective identity and collective rights. 4. How the above two compare in the way that each addresses individual and collective identity and collective rights. 5. Why is the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms entrenched in the Canadian Constitution? ? 6.1.4 Analyze the structure and functions of local governments in Alberta by looking at the following: 1. The electoral process to form a local government. 2. Responsibilities of local governments (Bylaws, taxes, services). 3. Differences between local governments in rural and urban settings. 4. The role of school boards within local communities (public, separate, Francophone). © 2008 Educational Distributors Canada Inc. 3 ? 6.1.5 The structure and functions of Alberta’s provincial government looking at the following : 1. How is provincial government structured? 2. The role and status of the Lieutenant Governor within the provincial government. 3. The responsibilities of the provincial government (Laws, taxes, services). 4. How are representatives chosen at the provincial level of government? 5. What is the difference between an MLA and a cabinet minister? 6. What are the responsibilities of the Members of the Legislative Assembly? ? 6.1.6 How individuals, groups and associations within a community impact decisions of local and provincial governments: 1. How these participate when making decisions in regard to current events (Lobbying, petitioning, rallies, local meetings). 2. How ACFA, MNAA, FNA provide members with a voice at local and provincial levels. 3. How elected officials show their accountability to the electorate. (respond to constituents, participate in local events, and express the concerns of constituents in government meetings). SOC6-1 GR.6 Democracy in Canada quantity Add to cart SKU: SOC6-1-E Category: 2005...

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