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SOCI 250: Comparative Ethnic Relations

This course offers an overview of the sociological study of ‘race’ and ‘ethnicity’ using examples from the Canadian context. It introduces students to the processes involved in the social construction of ‘racial’ and ethnic categories,

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SPAN 101: Introductory Spanish I

This is an introductory course for students with no previous knowledge of Spanish. The course is designed to give students a solid grounding in the basics of the Spanish language. The classes will survey the

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SS 10: Social Studies 10

An exploration of Canadian history and its relation to the world, focusing on the growth of Canadian nationhood and the development of Canadian identities with an emphasis on the years 1914 to the present. Topics

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SS 11: Explorations in Social Studies 11

The aim of Social Studies 11 is to develop thoughtful, responsible, active citizens who are able to acquire the requisite information to consider multiple perspectives and to make reasoned judgments. Social Studies 11 provides students

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WD 098: Writing Discourse

This course focuses on intensive practice in the mechanics of writing, especially grammar rules. Students write short academic prose with a special emphasis on paragraph development and sentence level skills. Students who do not earn

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WH 12: 20th Century World History 12

This course uses historical enquiry processes and skills to ask questions, gather, interpret and analyze ideas and communicate findings, relating to nationalist movements that can unite people or lead to intense conflict, the impact of

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