English Language Arts

The following is taken from the Saskatchewan ELA Curriculum Document

There are three Broad Areas of Learning that reflect Saskatchewan’s
Goals of Education. K-12 English language arts contributes to the Goals
of Education through helping students achieve knowledge, skills, and
attitudes related to the following:

Lifelong Learners

Students who are engaged in constructing and applying English
language arts knowledge naturally build a positive disposition towards
learning. Throughout their study of English language arts, students
gain understandings, skills, and strategies to become more competent
and confident language users.

Sense of Self, Community, and Place

To learn English language arts, students need not only to use the
English language but also to interact with each other. Through the
English language arts, students learn about themselves, others, and
the world around them. They use language to define who they are and
to explore who they might become. They use language to interact and
to respond effectively with others and to build community.

Engaged Citizens

In the English language arts, students learn how language can
empower them to make a difference in their personal, peer, family,
and community lives. Language gives them a sense of agency and an
ability to make a difference in their community and the world in which
they live.



UBD Units

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