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Organizations: Education

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January 1, 1991

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Choral music 10-20-30 program of studies.


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January 1, 1990

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The Junior High Environmental and Outdoor Education Course supports this program aim. The course design reflects an integrated approach that addresses the special needs of adolescents. It can be offered to students over one, two or three years.


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January 1, 1989

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Presents the drama 10-20-30 program of studies.


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January 1, 1989

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The Grade 8 Ethics course is designed to ensure integration of the knowledge of societal values and the development of positive personal values.


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January 1, 1988

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A summary of the content of the Junior High Choral Music Program, the Junior High Instrumental Music Program and the Junior High General Music Program


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July 1, 1987

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The Native Education Project of Alberta Education received provincial government mandate on March 25, 1987. This document presents the statement of purpose.


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January 1, 1986

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Presents the Art 11-21-31 program of studies.


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January 1, 1986

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Presents the Art 10-20-30 program of studies.


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January 1, 1985

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The objectives of the courses in religious studies are to provide an opportunity to experience a number of cultural, historical and contemporary issues from a religious point of view, and through the study of religion as a separate discipline to “develop a philosophy based upon values conducive...


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January 1, 1985

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The objectives of the courses in sociology are designed to develop within the student a better understanding of group behaviour. This understanding should be based on fact rather than opinion. The sociological perspective focuses on “what is” rather than “what ought to be.” it includes General...