Direct democracy gives voters the power to decide what the law should be. Direct Democracy looks at the origins of direct democracy in ancient Greece, moves students through Saskatchewan’s history with and current legislation governing direct democracy, and closes with critical considerations of the merits and drawbacks of direct democratic rule.
William Golding's tale of boys stranded on a tropical island has been described as "a compulsory stop of any surveyor of the English novel after the Second World War." Lord of the Flies: The Novel Study uses the Law 30 curriculum as a frame to provoke classroom discussion and critical thought about the ideas of the rule of law and the process of governance.
My Co-operative Adventure explores the legal and operational frameworks of co-operatives. Iit is specifically designed to meet learning objectives of Module 5 of Entrepreneurship 30. As well, its first two lessons can be used to fulfill the co-operative-associated objectives of Social Studies 30.
Dealing with separation and divorce is tough, even for the most secure and well-adjusted child. No Matter What provides teachers and parents with ideas to encourage kids to discuss their feelings about changing family situations, and provides background information on family law and types of parenting arrangements.
PLEA's Law 30 Resource Portal is an ongoing project to link outcomes and indicators of Saskatchewan's new Law 30 curriculum to available PLEA resources.
This step-by-step guide makes it easy to implement a mock trial in Social Science or Arts Education classrooms. Included are criminal fact situations, trial scripts, diagrams, courtroom personnel profiles, and instructions.
Treaties and the Law supports teachers of all disciplines looking to implement treaty education in their classroom. The Informational Backgrounder is for all teachers, and the Teacher Resource Guide is designed with high school lesson plans, activities, and handouts.