Curricular Applications

The lessons prepared by the Holodomor National Awareness Tour foster critical thinking, communication skills, digital literacy, global awareness and civic and social responsibility.

The study of the Holodomor has a strong connection to curricular expectations, particularly its focus on the creation of responsible and informed citizens.

Our programming satisfies many aspects of high school curricula across Canada such as:

  1. Continuity and Change
  2. Historical Significance/Historical Perspective
  3. Cause and Consequence/Objectives and Results
  4. Ethics
  5. Social Justice

This information is reflected in the pre- and post-information packages we send to schools after a booking is made.

The Tour's educational modules complement such courses as:

British Columbia:

  • 20th Century World History, 12
  • Comparative Cultures, 12
  • English Language Arts, 9-12
  • Explorations in Social Studies, 11
  • Genocide Studies, 12
  • Law Studies, 12
  • Media Arts, 12
  • New Media, 10-11
  • Political Studies, 12
  • Social Justice, 12
  • Social Studies, 9-10
  • Visual Arts, 9

Alberta

  • Art, 10-11
  • English Language Arts, 9-12
  • History, 10-12
  • Political Science, 10-12
  • Social Studies, 10-12

Saskatchewan

  • Arts Education, 10-12
  • Creative Writing, 11
  • English Language Arts, 9-12
  • History, 10
  • History: Canadian Studies, 12
  • History: World Issues, 11
  • Journalism Studies, 11
  • Law, 12
  • Media Studies, 11
  • Practical and Applied Arts, 9
  • Social Studies, 9-11
  • Social Studies: Canadian Studies, 12
  • Social Sciences, 10-12
  • Ukrainian-English Bilingual Education, 9-12

Manitoba

  • Canadian Law, 12
  • English Language Arts, 9-12
  • Global Issues: Citizenship and Sustainability, 12
  • History of Canada: A Foundation for Implementation, 11
  • Social Studies: Canada in the Contemporary World: A Foundation for Implementation, 9
  • Social Studies: Geographic Issues of the 21st Century, 10
  • Visual Arts, 9-12

Ontario

  • Adventures in World History, 12
  • Canada: History, Identity, and Culture, 12
  • Canadian and International Politics, 12
  • Canadian History Since World War I, 10
  • Challenge and Change in Society, 12
  • Civics and Citizenship, 10
  • Communications Technology, 11-12
  • English, 9-12
  • Equity and Social Justice: From Theory to Practice, 12
  • Equity, Diversity, and Social Justice, 11
  • Genocide and Crimes against Humanity, 11-12
  • Issues in Human Rights, 12
  • Legal Studies, 12
  • Media Arts, 10-12
  • Origins and Citizenship: The History of a Canadian Ethnic Group, 11
  • Politics in Action: Making Change, 11
  • Understanding Canadian Law, 11
  • Visual Arts, 11-12
  • World History Since 1900: Global and Regional Interactions, 11
  • World History Since the Fifteenth Century, 12
  • World Issues: A Geographic Analysis, 12

New Brunswick

  • English Language Arts, 9-12
  • History of Canada, 11
  • Journalism, 12
  • Law, 12
  • Media Studies, 12
  • Social Studies: Canadian Identity, 9
  • Social Studies, 10-12
  • World Issues, 9

Nova Scotia

  • Advanced English, 11-12
  • Advanced Global History, 12
  • Advanced Global Politics, 12
  • Advanced Visual Arts, 11-12
  • Citizenship, 9
  • English, 9-12
  • English/Communications, 11-12
  • European History, 12
  • Global History, 12
  • Global Politics, 12
  • History, 10
  • Law, 12
  • Visual Arts, 10-12
  • World History, 12
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