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NOTE: RESOURCES ARE CURRENTLY BEING UPDATED.

The resources in this section are from 2000 - 2012.

The following pages will provide teachers with classroom resources and materials. If you have any comments, suggestions or problems downloading please contact Dionne Maxwell. Many of these files are quite large and may take significant time to download.

 

THINKING CRITICALLY ABOUT LOCAL FOOD
The Ontario Family Studies, Social Sciences and Humanities Leadership Council (OFS3HLC) partnered with The Critical Thinking Consortium (TC2) to develop this teaching resource, which supports teachers and students as they think critically about the geographical origins of our food. This on-line resource focuses specifically
on the health, economic and environmental benefits of eating locally grown foods. 100milediet_2

KIDS CARE TEACHER RESOURCE PACKAGE
A classroom resource for exploring issues of loss and grief in children and families created by the Ontario Family Studies Social Sciences and Humanities Leadership Council in partnership with Sky Works Charitable Foundation. Resources are provided to support the following courses:
Kids Care Introduction   kids_care_intro
Kids Care FAQ's    kids_care_faqs_section_5
HPC30 - Parenting   hpc_kids_care
HPW3C - Living and Working with Children   kids_care_hpw3c_section_2
HHG4M - Issues in Human Growth and Development     kids_care__hhg4m_section_3
HHS4M - Individuals and Families in a Diverse Society    kids_care_hhs4m_section_4

 

HOME SAFE TEACHERS GUIDE

 A classroom resource for exploring issues of poverty, homelessness, and food security affecting children, youth, and families.  Created by the Ontario Family Studies Social Sciences and Humanities Leadership Council in partnership with Skyworks Charitable Foundation.  Designed for use with Ontario Family Studies courses with resource packages on: 

a/ Economics                         b/ Food Resources                         c/ Relationships

NEW AND REVISED SAFETY MATERIALS NOW AVAILABLE

2005 – 2006

The following documents were produced as part of a summer writing project. Funding for this project was provided by both the Ontario Family Studies Social Sciences and Humanities Leadership Council and the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation. The issue of safety in the family studies classroom is presented.  Safety guidelines, diagnostic assessments, student worksheets, parental consent letters and classroom posters are included in this package for both the foods and fashion class.

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Family Studies Safety overview

Fashion Lab Safety
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Room to Sew  
Food Lab Safety

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Food safety certificate  
Food Allergies What’s the scoop?  

FAMILY STUDIES - THINK LITERACY MATERIALS GRADE 9/10 AND GRADE 11 ARE NOW AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOADING.

OFS3HLC and OFSHEEA would like to thank the following people for their involvement with the Family Studies Think Literacy-Grade 11 project. Their commitment and dedication to the project shows through in the quality of the work produced. We hope you find these resources useful in your classroom. Any comments can be directed to Dionne Maxwell.

To view the resources, you'll need to either have the Adobe Acrobat plugin installed, or Microsoft Word. Both are identical, the Word version allows you to make changes.

BEFORE PRINTING ANY MATERIALS ENSURE THAT PAGE FORMATTING IS CORRECT.

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HPC30 Literacy Materials

HPC30 Literacy Materials HPC30 Literacy PDF
HIP3E Literacy Materials HIP3E Literacy Materials HIP3E Literacy PDF


OFS3HLC and OFSHEEA would like to thank the following people for their involvement with the Family Studies Think Literacy-Grade 9/10 project. Their commitment and dedication to the project shows through in the quality of the work produced. We hope you find these resources useful in your classroom. Any comments can be directed to Dionne Maxwell.

To view the resources, you'll need to either have the Adobe Acrobat plugin installed, or Microsoft Word. Both are identical, the Word version allows you to make changes.

BEFORE PRINTING ANY MATERIALS ENSURE THAT PAGE FORMATTING IS CORRECT.

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Introductory Materials Introduction.doc  
HIF10/20 Literacy Materials HIF10/20 literacy.doc HIF10/20literacy.pdf
HFN10/20 Literacy Materials HFN10/20literacy.doc HFN10/20literacy.pdf


2002- 2003
The following resource support documents were developed in partnership by the Ontario Family Studies Home Economics Educators’ Association and the Ontario Family Studies, Social Sciences and Humanities Leadership Council. To view them, you'll need to either have the Adobe Acrobat plugin installed, or Microsoft Word. Both are identical, the Word version allows you to make changes.

BEFORE PRINTING ANY MATERIALS ENSURE THAT PAGE FORMATTING IS CORRECT.

This series of documents deal with the application of social science research in the Family Studies classroom. It is posted to this site as 10 smaller documents to allow teachers to access only the materials they require. The first part of the document is an overview and would be useful to all teachers. The remaining documents are specific to the various courses taught between grade 9 and 12. Each is posted by course title. Some of these documents are large in size and may take a significant amount of time to download.

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Social Science Research in the Family Studies Classroom - Overview overview.doc overview.pdf
Individual and Family Living HIF10/20 - Social Science Research Teaching/Learning Strategies HIF.doc HIF10doc.pdf
Food and Nutrition HFN10/20 - Social Science Research Teaching/Learning Strategies HFN.doc HFN.pdf
Parenting HPC30 - Social Science Research Teaching/Learning Strategies HPC30.doc HPC30.pdf
Living and Working With Children HPW3C - Social Science Research Teaching/Learning Strategies HPW3C.doc HPW3C.pdf
Food and Nutrition Sciences HFA4M - Grade 12 Curriculum Support Materials HFA4M.doc HFA4M.pdf
Issues in Human Growth and Development HHG4M - Grade 12 Curriculum Support Materials HHG4M.doc HHG4M.pdf
Individual and Families in a Diverse Society HHS4M - Grade 12 Curriculum Support Materials HHS4M.doc HHS4M.pdf
Parenting and Human Development HPD4E - Grade 12 Curriculum Suuprt Materials HPD4E.doc HPD4E.pdf
The Fashion Industry HNB40 - Grade 12 Curriculum Support Materials HNB40.doc HNB40.pdf


Additional Resources

A resource on the use of various computer applications is available for use by Family Studies teachers. This document gives specific instructions on the use of programs such as Excel, Power Point, Microsoft Word and Claris/Appleworks.

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Computer Applications in the Family Studies Classroom Computer.doc  

A resource on the Canadian Fashion Industry for use in the Grade 12 course "The Fashion Industry" is available for teacher use as well.

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The Canadian Fashion Industry canadafashion.doc  


2001- 2002
The following three resource support documents were developed in partnership by the Ontario Family Studies Home Economics Educators’ Association and the Ontario Family Studies, Social Sciences and Humanities Leadership Council during the summer of 2001. To view them, you'll need to either have the Adobe Acrobat plugin installed, or Microsoft Word. Both are identical, the Word version allows you to make changes.

Two of these documents are related directly to the course profiles released in the Spring of 2001. These materials were developed with consideration of the preplanning and scoping done in the original course profile. All attempts were made to be consistent with the intent of the original document. The original course profiles, both the public and Catholic documents, can be downloaded form the Ontario Curriculum Centre’s website at http://www.curriculum.org/occ/profiles/profiles.htm.

The third document titled "Social Sciences and Humanities: Family Studies Career Focused Activities" is a career focused activity package that has been designed to help students learn more about the Family Studies careers and jobs that are available for them. The activities provided were based on the expectations of the Grade 10 Careers and the Grade 9 -11 Social Sciences and Humanities: Family Studies courses.

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1. Managing Personal Resources, Grade 11, Workplace Preparation, HIP3E - Unit Two, Three, Four and Five Support Material for the Course Profile
manage.doc
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"Stand Up For Your Rights", The Edge Magazine, Fall 1999 (Appendix Six, Unit Four, Activity Three, T/L 2)
    
standup.pdf
(855 kb)
2. Living Spaces and Shelter, Grade 11, Open Level, HLS30 - Units 2, 3 and 4 Support Materials for the Course Profile
housing.doc
(302 kb)
housing.pdf
(304 kb)
PDF File "Raymond Moriyama's Remarkable Teachers." Professionally Speaking, June 2001 (Appendix One, Unit Two, Activity One, T/L 1)
    
3. Social Sciences and Humanities: Family Studies, Career Focused Activities Support Materials

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