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21st Century First-Year Experience Learners

This lesson plan is designed to be used with the film The Principal Story, which follows the activities of two school principals, one a veteran and one a novice, during the course of a school year. Classrooms can use this film and its companion website resources to explore the nature of leadership.

In this lesson, students learn about and discuss legal aspects of cyberbullying. students will seek answers to the following questions: How does cyberbullying differ from offline bullying? What aspects of a cyberbullying case make it a cause for legal action? What determines whether it is a civil or a criminal matter? How should rights to freedom of expression, guaranteed under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and the Convention on the Rights of the Child, be balanced against rights to security of person? When and how are schools responsible for cyberbullying cases?

Persuasive Communication (Grades 9-12) |

Students will learn to recognize the elements of persuasive communication in a variety of formats. After successful understanding of the elements, students will be able to select an item from the classroom to advertise to their peers.

Student will learn how to interact and grow in respect for one another. They will also learn to exhibit the interpersonal skills to maintain quality relationships.

Students will learn how to track income and expenses to verify that a business is not spending more money than it is making. Also they will know about different methods to get expenses under control while growing income with new ideas, smarter work habits, and innovation.

Global Community - Lesson Plan

Students will learn about fair trade and how producers can be helped to get a reasonable income, especially in poorer countries of the world.

Problem solving and critical thinking are defined as the ability to use facts, knowledge and data to successfully solve problems. Employers greatly value the ability to develop a well thought out solution within a reasonable time frame. This activity will give students a process for solving problems effectively.

A team is defined as a group of people working together to reach a common goal. There are many
benefits for team members and for employers. This activity will help students identify the benefits of
effects teamwork for all parties involved.