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Exploring Humanitarian Law Curriculum Connections to Social Sciences and Humanities


Exploring Humanitarian Law Curriculum Connections to Social Sciences and Humanities Course (Code)

Ontario Curriculum Expectations and Strands

EHL Connection

GDV.01, GDV.03, SOV.04, SCV.02, SCV.03. GD1.01, GD1.02, GD3.01, SO4.02, SC2.01, SC3.01, SC3.02, SC3.03, SC3.04, SC3.05.

Module 1: The Humanitarian Perspective o to understand the concept of a humanitarian act and recognize the dilemmas and social pressure a bystander faces when acting on situations where someone's life or human dignity is at risk

Grade 11 Living and Working with Children, Grade 11, College Preparation (HPW3C)

Growth and Development  The Nature of Child Development  Positive Environments for Development Socialization of Children  Global Influences on Children and Families Social Challenges  Issues and Challenges  Violence Towards Children

Module 2: Limits in armed conflict o to recognize the need for IHL in armed conflict and how it helps in reducing unnecessary suffering caused by actions such as the use of child “soldiers” and indiscriminate weapons ( e.g. anti-personnel landmines), and easy access to weapons and ammunition. Module 5: Responding to the Consequences of Armed Conflict o to be aware of the principles, such as those of neutrality and impartiality, that guide humanitarian action, and to become aware of the scope of humanitarian action needed to respond to the consequences of war which include displacement and separation of families, increased insecurity, protection of prisoners and the dilemmas this raises for humanitarian workers. Modules 1, 2, 5

Managing Personal and Family Resources, Grade 11, College Preparation (HIR3C)

SOV.03, CFV.03. SO4.02, SO4.03, SO4.04, CF3.01, CF3.02. Self and Others  Understanding the Challenges in Human Interaction Preparing for the Challenges of the Future  Understanding Global Resources

Module 1: The Humanitarian Perspective o to understand the concept of a humanitarian act and recognize the dilemmas and social pressure a bystander faces when acting on situations where someone's life or human dignity is at risk Module 2: Limits in armed conflict o to recognize the need for IHL in armed conflict and how it helps in reducing unnecessary suffering caused by actions such as the use of child “soldiers” and indiscriminate weapons ( e.g. anti-personnel landmines), and easy access to weapons and ammunition. Modules 1, 2


Exploring Humanitarian Law Curriculum Connections to Social Sciences and Humanities Course (Code)

Ontario Curriculum Expectations and Strands

EHL Connection

Managing Personal Resources, Grade 11, Workplace Preparation (HIP3E)

SOV.05. SO5.01, SO5.02, SO5.03, SO5.04.

Module 1: The Humanitarian Perspective o to understand the concept of a humanitarian act and recognize the dilemmas and social pressure a bystander faces when acting on situations where someone's life or human dignity is at risk

Self and Others  Managing Conflict

Module 2: Limits in armed conflict o to recognize the need for IHL in armed conflict and how it helps in reducing unnecessary suffering caused by actions such as the use of child “soldiers” and indiscriminate weapons ( e.g. anti-personnel landmines), and easy access to weapons and ammunition. Modules 1, 2

Parenting, Grade 11, Open (HPC3O)

SOV.02, LCV.03. SO2.03, LC3.01, LC3.02, LC3.04. Self and Others  Stages of Growth and Development Social and Legal Challenges of Parenthood  Child Abuse, Neglect, and Family Violence

Module 1: The Humanitarian Perspective o to understand the concept of a humanitarian act and recognize the dilemmas and social pressure a bystander faces when acting on situations where someone's life or human dignity is at risk Module 2: Limits in armed conflict o to recognize the need for IHL in armed conflict and how it helps in reducing unnecessary suffering caused by actions such as the use of child “soldiers” and indiscriminate weapons ( e.g. anti-personnel landmines), and easy access to weapons and ammunition. Module 5: Responding to the Consequences of Armed Conflict o to be aware of the principles, such as those of neutrality and impartiality, that guide humanitarian action, and to become aware of the scope of humanitarian action needed to respond to the consequences of war which include displacement and separation of families, increased insecurity, protection of prisoners and the dilemmas this raises for humanitarian workers. Modules 1, 2, 5


Exploring Humanitarian Law Curriculum Connections to Social Sciences and Humanities Course (Code)

Ontario Curriculum Expectations and Strands

EHL Connection

Introduction to Anthropology, Psychology, and Sociology, Grade 11, University/College Preparation (HSP3M)

SOV.02, ORV.01, ORV.02. SO2.02, OR1.03, OR2.01, OR2.02, OR2.03, OR2.04.

Module 1: The Humanitarian Perspective o to understand the concept of a humanitarian act and recognize the dilemmas and social pressure a bystander faces when acting on situations where someone's life or human dignity is at risk

Self and Others  Forces That Influence and Shape Behaviour Social Organization  Characteristics and Influences of Groups  Conflict and Cohesion

Module 2: Limits in armed conflict o to recognize the need for IHL in armed conflict and how it helps in reducing unnecessary suffering caused by actions such as the use of child “soldiers” and indiscriminate weapons ( e.g. anti-personnel landmines), and easy access to weapons and ammunition. Modules 1, 2

World Religions: Beliefs, Issues, and Religious Traditions, Grade 11, University/College Preparation (HRT3M)

HEV.02. HE2.01, HE2.02, HE2.03, HE2.04. Religion and the Human Experience o Prejudices and Misconceptions

Module 1: The Humanitarian Perspective o to understand the concept of a humanitarian act and recognize the dilemmas and social pressure a bystander faces when acting on situations where someone's life or human dignity is at risk Module 2: Limits in armed conflict o to recognize the need for IHL in armed conflict and how it helps in reducing unnecessary suffering caused by actions such as the use of child “soldiers” and indiscriminate weapons ( e.g. anti-personnel landmines), and easy access to weapons and ammunition. Modules 1, 2

World Religions: Beliefs and Daily Life, Grade 11, Open (HRF3O)

DLV.02. DL2.03, DL2.04, DL2.05. Religion and Daily Life  Beliefs, Prejudices, and Misconceptions

Module 2: Limits in armed conflict o to recognize the need for IHL in armed conflict and how it helps in reducing unnecessary suffering caused by actions such as the use of child “soldiers” and indiscriminate weapons ( e.g. anti-personnel landmines), and easy access to weapons and ammunition.


Exploring Humanitarian Law Curriculum Connections to Social Sciences and Humanities Course (Code)

Ontario Curriculum Expectations and Strands

EHL Connection Module 5: Responding to the Consequences of Armed Conflict o to be aware of the principles, such as those of neutrality and impartiality, that guide humanitarian action, and to become aware of the scope of humanitarian action needed to respond to the consequences of war which include displacement and separation of families, increased insecurity, protection of prisoners and the dilemmas this raises for humanitarian workers. Modules 2, 5

Grade 12

Individuals and Families in a Diverse Society, Grade 12, University/College Preparation (HHS4M)

SCV.04. SC3.05, SC3.07. Social Challenges and Social Structures  Parent and Child

Module 2: Limits in armed conflict o to recognize the need for IHL in armed conflict and how it helps in reducing unnecessary suffering caused by actions such as the use of child “soldiers” and indiscriminate weapons ( e.g. anti-personnel landmines), and easy access to weapons and ammunition. Module 5: Responding to the Consequences of Armed Conflict o to be aware of the principles, such as those of neutrality and impartiality, that guide humanitarian action, and to become aware of the scope of humanitarian action needed to respond to the consequences of war which include displacement and separation of families, increased insecurity, protection of prisoners and the dilemmas this raises for humanitarian workers. Modules 2, 5

Issues in Human Growth and Development, Grade 12, University/College Preparation (HHG4M)

HDV.01, HDV.03, SHV.01, GCV.01. HD1.02, HD2.05, SH1.02, SH1.03, GC2.03. Human Development  Infant Bonding and Attachment  Brain Development in the Early Years

Module 2: Limits in armed conflict o to recognize the need for IHL in armed conflict and how it helps in reducing unnecessary suffering caused by actions such as the use of child “soldiers” and indiscriminate weapons ( e.g. anti-personnel landmines), and easy access to weapons and ammunition. Module 5: Responding to the Consequences of Armed Conflict


Exploring Humanitarian Law Curriculum Connections to Social Sciences and Humanities Course (Code)

Ontario Curriculum Expectations and Strands

EHL Connection

Socialization and Human Development  The Family as an Agent of Socialization

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Diversity, Interdependence, and Global Connections  Social Challenges in an Integrated Framework

Challenge and Change in Society, Grade 12, University/College Preparation (HSB4M)

SCV.01, SCV.02. SC2.03, SC3.01, SC3.02. Social Challenges  Prejudice and Discrimination  Challenges Facing Canadians in a Global Context

to be aware of the principles, such as those of neutrality and impartiality, that guide humanitarian action, and to become aware of the scope of humanitarian action needed to respond to the consequences of war which include displacement and separation of families, increased insecurity, protection of prisoners and the dilemmas this raises for humanitarian workers.

Modules 2, 5

Module 1: The Humanitarian Perspective o to understand the concept of a humanitarian act and recognize the dilemmas and social pressure a bystander faces when acting on situations where someone's life or human dignity is at risk Module 2: Limits in armed conflict o to recognize the need for IHL in armed conflict and how it helps in reducing unnecessary suffering caused by actions such as the use of child “soldiers” and indiscriminate weapons ( e.g. anti-personnel landmines), and easy access to weapons and ammunition. Modules 1, 2


Social sciences and the humanities and ehl connections