Grade 9 Geography ( De-streamed) – CGC1W


Course Description: Geography is about determining the significance of “place” as it relates to the natural environment, the human environment, and interactions within and between them. To investigate geographic issues, students must analyse the influences and interrelationships that give a place its distinctive characteristics and thus its spatial importance. Geographic analysis also requires an investigation of the economic, environmental, social, and political perspectives that relate to an issue. The application of the concepts of geographic thinking, spatial skills, and the use of field studies are central to the geographic inquiry process and the learning of geography.

Credit: 1
Pre-requisite: None
Price: $389

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Course Description: This course builds on learning in Grades 7 and 8 in geography. Students will explore relationships within and between Canada’s natural and human systems and how they interconnect with other parts of the world. Students will also examine environmental and economic issues, and their impact related to topics such as natural resources and industries, careers, land use and responsible development, and sustainability. In addition, students will understand the connections that diverse communities and individuals have with the physical environment and each other throughout Canada, including First Nations, Métis, and Inuit perspectives. Students will apply geographic thinking, use the geographic inquiry process, and use geospatial technologies throughout their investigations.

  • 110 Course Hours
  • Interactive Tutorials, Assignments, Tests
  • Extra Practice for each module
  • Tutoring Available
  • Final Exam at the end of the Course

Credit: 1
Pre-Requisite: None
Price: $489

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Types Of Learning

E – Learning, Blended Learning