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The Canadian and World Studies Department

Canadian and World Studies courses will enable students to become responsible, active citizens within the diverse communities to which they belong. As well as becoming critically thoughtful and informed citizens who value an inclusive society, students will have the skills they need to solve problems and communicate ideas and decisions about significant developments, events, and issues.

 

CWS Department Members
Stan Satchell (Department Head) ssatchel@hwdsb.on.ca
Lisa Holland (Assistant Head) lholland@hwdsb.on.ca
Mitch Borsc mborsc@hwdsb.on.ca
Sean Jarrett sjarrett@hwdsb.on.ca
Bob MacDonald bmacdona@hwdsb.on.ca
Laureen Morrison lmorriso@hwdsb.on.ca
Trevor Pratt tpratt@hwdsb.on.ca
Kevin Williams kewillia@hwdsb.on.ca

 

Canada and World Studies Course Offerings

 

Grade Course Code Course Name Subject Level
9 CGC 1D1 Issues in Canada Geography Academic
9 CGC 1P1 Issues in Canada Geography Applied
10 CHC 2D1 Canadian History History Academic
10 CHC 2P1 Canadian History History Applied
10 CHC 2L1 Canadian History History Locally Developed
10 CHV 201 Civics History Open
11 CHG 381 Genocide History College/University
11 CHW 3M1 World History to 16th Century History College/University
11 CLU 3M1 Understanding Canadian Law History College/University
11 CHA 3U1 American History History University
11 CGF 3M1 Forces of Nature Geography College/University
11 CGG 3O1 Travel and Tourism Geography Open
12 CHY 4U1 World History: West and the World History University
12 CIA 4U1 Analysing Current Economic Issues History University
12 CLN 4U1 Canadian & International Law History University
12 CGR 4M1 The Envir. & Resource Mgmt. Geography College/University
12 CGW 4U1 World Issues: A Geographic Analysis Geography University
12 CGW 4C1 World Issues: A Geographic Analysis Geography College

Secondary CWS Curriculum 2018

Secondary CWS Curriculum 2015

Updated on Thursday, October 17, 2019.
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