Evaluate the ways in which technologies have impacted daily life.

Indicators for this outcome

Recognize that technology includes more than electronics (i.e., paper, forging steel, manufacturing, vehicles, making cloth, products created for construction).


Give examples of technologies in communities studied (e.g., communications, transportation, housing, food acquisition, preparation and storage, construction, manufacturing), and categorize the influences of the application of the technology as positive or negative.

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GlobalTrek. A Resource for Global Awareness and Development Education. Grade 3
This resource has students examine culture and communities around the world. Canadian students will become familiar with basic human responsibilities and rights, explore common concerns and connections among world communities and examine the rights and responsibilities of Canadian citizenship in Canada and in the world. The kit includes lesson plans, five videos, two books and a world map poster.
Media and Formats : Kit
Price : unavailable
Record posted/updated: November 22, 2018
Concentus Citizenship Education Resources. Grade 3: The Intentional & Explicit Teaching of Essential Citizenship Competencies
Students investigate the responsibilities of varying levels of government and the scope of influence of their decisions. Students extend their use of maps and globes to represent the Earth and consider why people choose to live and settle where they do. Students begin to learn about the relationship between beliefs, rights and responsibilities. Students consider the impact of culture and diversity on interpretation of current events.
Media and Formats : Document
Price : Free
Record posted/updated: January 21, 2019