Social Studies 30-1 Alberta: THE KEY Study Guide - USED TEXT
Lightly Used Text
- Should Ideology Be the Foundation of Identity?
- To What Extent Is Resistance to Liberalism Justified?
- To What Extent Are the Principles of Liberalism Viable?
- Should My Actions as a Citizen Be Shaped by an Ideology?
Each unit includes essential teaching pieces, practice questions, unit tests, answers, and detailed solutions. The complete solutions show problem-solving methods, explain key concepts and highlight potential errors. The resource is ideal for yearlong use by students, teachers, and parents at home or at school.
A Table of Correlations at the beginning of each unit identifies the curriculum outcomes for the unit as well as the multiple-choice questions that specifically test those concepts.
To help students understand the curriculum, THE KEY provides explanations for key concepts at the beginning of each unit and practice questions. THE KEY includes a practice test based on the same criteria used to develop provincial diploma exams. Students may use this practice test to become familiar with provincial exam format and rigour. Detailed solutions are provided for all questions. Solutions show the processes and ideas used in arriving at the correct answers and may help students gain a better understanding of the concepts being tested.
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