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Lesson plans

Language as a Career Asset

Grade 10; Level Senior. From the Ontario Ministry of Education. 

From the lesson plan: "Students identify and discuss the ways in which speaking more than one language, and understanding more than one culture, can be an advantage in today’s job market."

Language as a Career Asset

Grade 10; Senior. Ontario Ministry of Education - The Teacher's Toolkit
Description/Keywords: Students identify and discuss the ways in which speaking more than one language, and understanding more than one culture, can be an advantage in today’s job market.
Knowledge, Respect, Culture, Language

 

Resources

Association of Universities and Colleges in Canada - Aboriginal Education

From the website: "By 2030, the population over the age of 65 will double. Retiring baby boomers will create greater demand for health, legal and social services. Aboriginal Canadians can help meet this demand. They are the fastest-growing segment of the Canadian population. Yet only eight percent of Aboriginal Canadians have a university degree, compared to 23 percent of non-Aboriginal Canadians".

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