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Earl Marriott

To Strive, To Seek, To Find, and Not to Yield

Social Studies
Social Studies

 

Social studies, as defined in the BC curriculum, is a multidisciplinary subject that draws from the social sciences and humanities to study human interaction and natural and social environments. The overarching goal of social studies is to develop thoughtful, responsible, active citizens who are able to acquire the requisite information to consider multiple perspectives and to make reasoned judgments. The Social Studies curriculum provides students with opportunities as future citizens to critically reflect upon events and issues in order to examine the present, make connections with the past, and consider the future.


 

 

 

 

 

 

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Dorisbakgaard_d@surreyschools.caJr. Dept. Head
  
Markcassell_m@surreyschools.ca
  
Karmindhaliwal_karmin@surreyschools.caSocial Studies / English teacher
  
Edwardewacha_e@surreyschools.ca
  
Markfigueira_m@surreyschools.caSr. Dept Head
  
Erikkavanagh_e@surreyschools.ca
  
Jameslee_james@surreyschools.ca
  
Michaelmackay_dunn@surreyschools.caFirst Nations Studies/Aboriginal Advocate
  
Keelyspeechley_k@surreyschools.ca
  
Christophertrevelyan_c@surreyschools.ca
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Time: 1/17/2021 12:27:23 AM
Host: AS78
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