The Glace Bay Miners’ Museum
By working with this study guide, students will fulfill aspects of the Ontario Curriculum as outlined by The Ministry of Education.
The Arts: Drama
The Creative Process
- Use role play to explore the possibilities of different scenarios, situations, and characters.
- Create and interpret a range of characters using a variety of acting approaches.
The Critical Analysis Process
- Use the critical analysis process before and during drama projects to assign roles within the group, monitor the group process, and modify the roles and process as needed.
- Analyse drama works to determine how they communicate ideas about issues, culture, and society.
Drama and Society
- Demonstrate an understanding of how drama questions social and cultural conditions.
Speaking to Communicate
- Use appropriate words, phrases, and terminology, and a variety of stylistic devices to effectively communicate their meaning and engage their intended audience.
Listening to Understand
- Extend understanding of oral texts, including increasingly complex or difficult texts, by making effective connections between the ideas in them and personal knowledge, experience, and insights; other texts; and the world around them.
Canadian and World Studies: Canadian History Since WWI
Interpretation and Analysis
- Express ideas, arguments, and conclusions, as appropriate for the audience and purpose, using a variety of styles and forms (e.g., reports, essays, debates, role playing, group presentations).
- Organize and record information gathered through research.
The Individual and the Economy
Scarcity and Choice
- Explain, using specific examples, the economic problem of scarcity and the choices and trade-offs that individuals and societies must make.
- Analyse an issue, identifying how the economic rights of individuals must be balanced by economic responsibility and public accountability.
- Describe various forms of organized labour and the needs they satisfy.