Fully meeting expectations, with enriched understanding (EU)



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Social 6 Dynamic Relationships Name __________________

Criteria

Fully meeting expectations, with enriched understanding (EU)

Fully meeting grade level expectations (FM)

Mostly meeting grade level expectations (MM)

Not yet meeting grade level expectations (NY)

Analyze how humans are impacted by the natural environment in Canada and the Atlantic Region

(DR 6.1)

Confidently able to show insightful understandings of how natural environments relate to lifestyles of people in Canada and Atlantic countries.

Able to show understandings of how natural environments relate to lifestyles of people in Canada and Atlantic countries independently.

Able to show understandings of how natural environments relate to lifestyles of people in Canada and Atlantic countries with assistance, prompts, and cues. How can you explore this topic a little more to make more connections?

Able to show understandings of how natural environments relate to lifestyles of people in Canada and Atlantic countries only with much assistance. Spend some time exploring natural environments and lifestyles separately before making connections.

Analyze ways in which the land affects human settlement patterns and organization, and ways in which human habitation affects land.

(DR 6.2)

Confidently able to describe the dynamic relationship between how the land affects human settlement patterns and how human habitation affects land.

Able to describe the dynamic relationship between how the land affects human settlement patterns and how human habitation affects land independently.

Able to describe the dynamic relationship between how the land affects human settlement patterns and how human habitation affects land with assistance, prompts, and cues. Look for more connections between human settlement and the land.

Able to describe the dynamic relationship between how the land affects human settlement patterns and how human habitation affects land only with much assistance. How did human decide where to settle? How have they impacted the land?

Appraise the strategies human societies have used to orient themselves within time and place in the natural environments.

(DR 6.3)

Confidently able to use, display, and explain strategies human societies have used to orient themselves within time and place in the environment.

Able to use, display, and explain strategies human societies have used to orient themselves within time and place in the environment independently.

Able to use, display, and explain strategies human societies have used to orient themselves within time and place in the environment with assistance, prompts, and cues. Think a little more about strategies humans use.

Able to use, display, and explain strategies human societies have used to orient themselves within time and place in the environment only with much assistance. How do time and place impact people? How have people adapted to their time and place?

Relate contemporary issues to their historical origins in Canada and Atlantic.

(DR 6.4)

Confidently able to show deep understanding of contemporary issues in relation to historical origins of Canada and the Atlantic.

Able to relate contemporary issues to historical origins in Canada and Atlantic independently.

Able to relate contemporary issues to historical origins in Canada and Atlantic with assistance, prompts, and cues. Think a little more about how the present and the past are connected.

Able to relate contemporary issues to historical origins in Canada and Atlantic only with much assistance. What is happening in the world today? How is this linked to what happened in the past?

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