Resources aligned to Ontario’s new curriculum course codes

The Revised Course Descriptions and Course Codes for Revised Curriculum Policy Documents have now been released for curriculum for Social Science and Humanities, grades 9-12. Curriculum implementation starts September 2013.

McGraw-Hill Ryerson has written several resources that are aligned to the revised curriculum to help support implementation. The following resources and their course alignment are indicated in the list below. For more information on the Ontario curriculum alignment, click the resource title below.

Challenge and Change: Patterns, Trends, and Shifts in Society was written for the revised curriculum – HSB4U (Challenge and Change in Society, University level).

Social Science: An Introduction was written for HSP3U and HSP3C (Introduction to Anthropology, Psychology, and Sociology, University and College level). One resource covers both curricula.

Philosophy: Thinkers, Theories & Questions was written for HSP3U and HSP3C (Introduction to Anthropology, Psychology, and Sociology, University and College level). One resource covers both curricula.

Creating Canada: A History – 1914 to the Present was written for the revised curriculum – CHC2D (Canadian History Since World War I, Academic).

Individuals and Families: Diverse Perspectives was written for the revised curriculum – HHS4U and HHS4C (Families in Canada, University and College level). One resource covers both curricula.