Make a product using known procedures or through modelling of others.
Demonstrate their product, tell the story of designing and making their product, and explain how their product contributes to the individual, family, community, and/or environment.
Create artistic works collaboratively and as an individual, using ideas inspired by imagination, inquiry, experimentation, and purposeful play.
Incorporate First Peoples worldviews and perspectives to make connections to mathematical concepts.
Representing observations and ideas by drawing charts and simple pictographs.
Recognize causes and consequences of events, decisions, or developments in their lives (cause and consequence).
Acknowledge different perspectives on people, places, issues, or events in their lives (perspective).
Identify fair and unfair aspects of events, decisions, or actions in their lives and consider appropriate courses of action (ethical judgment).
“Curricular Competencies are the skills, strategies, and processes that students develop over time. They reflect the ‘Do’ in the Know-Do-Understand model of curriculum. The Curricular Competencies are built on the Thinking, Communicating, and Personal and Social competencies relevant to disciplines that make up an area of learning.”
from The BC Ministry of Education’s New Curriculum