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In the News – April 2014

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Posted on Apr 29, 2014 in In the News

6 Vaccination Myths Debunked, by Carmen Chai

(Global News, April 9, 2014, video and article)

Related: Vaccination rate too low to prevent measles outbreak in Saskatchewan, by David Giles, Global News, May 1, 2014

Curricular connections:

  • Health Education – USC4.2 (prevention/management of health challenges), USC5.3 (impact of illness/disease)
  • Mathematics – SP5.1 (statistics and probability)
  • Science – HB5.1 (human body systems)
  • Wellness 10 – W9 (community well-being)

 

Saskatchewan First Nations Winter Games Underway, by Larissa Burnouf

(APTN National News, April 21, 2014, video)

Curricular connections:

  • Health Education – USC4.1 (healthy eating and physical activity), USC4.5 (personal identity), USC 5.4 (identity and well-being), USC6.1 (personal standards and identity)
  • Physical Education – 4.13, 5.11 (culture and history)
  • Social Studies – IN4.1 (interactions and interdependence)
  • Wellness 10 – W8 (relationships)