How are decisions made in your community?
- I can contribute during group activities, cooperate with others, and listen respectfully to their ideas about a community issue.
- I can reflect on my work and experiences and tell others something I learned about local government.
- I contribute to group activities that make my classroom, school, community, or natural world a better place.
What can we do to make the world a better place?
- I can tell a variety of ways I have changed over time and how my needs have changed.
- I can consider my rights as a Canadian citizen and what responsibilities I have to myself, my family, and others in my community.
- I can think of ways I can help others in my community to make our world better.
How do we ensure everyone has been included and represented?
- I can connect and engage with others.
- I can solve problems using kindness and empathy.
- I can identify how my actions affect others.
How can we recognize, appreciate and celebrate our differences?
- I can see different points of view.
- I can explain my thinking about equality and equity.
- I can participate in activities that make my school and community a better place.
How did a democratic self-government unite diverse nations in the Haudenosaunee Confederacy?
- I can name the Six Nations and show their traditional territory on a map.
- I can ask questions and draw conclusions about the Confederacy and the symbols that represent Iroquois values.
- I can practice cooperation when I work with others and use consensus to solve a problem.
How do my decisions affect those around me?
- I can explain why communities have rules and laws.
- I can reflect on my rights and responsibilities.
- I can describe how my decisions impact my community.