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ERIC Number: ED054019
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 37
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Economics: Canada. Senior Division.
Ontario Dept. of Education, Toronto.
This resource guide sets out a structure from which units, semester courses, or one-year courses may be developed in Canadian economic studies in the senior high. The Ontario Department of Education lists five possible aims for courses developed from this resource guide: 1) student awareness of fundamental problems, basic forces at work, and key concepts and principles of the economy; 2) achievement of reasonable competence in administering personal affairs; 3) an understanding of the structure and processes of the Canadian Society; 4) development of inquiry, reasoning, and group process skills; and, 5) development of the ability to distinguish between analysis and value judgments. The guide closes with a bibliography of audiovisual materials, books, and simulation games grouped around nine possible units for teaching: 1) Economics is; 2) Production; 3) Consumption; 4) Exchange and the Market; 5) Distribution; 6) Economic Growth and Stability; 7) Governments in Economic Life; 8) Money and Banking; 9) International Trade; and, 10) Comparative Economic Systems. (Author/AWW)
Director of Curriculum, Ontario Department of Education, Mowat Block, Queen's Park, Toronto 182, Canada
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Authoring Institution: Ontario Dept. of Education, Toronto.
Identifiers - Location: Canada