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Skip module menu and go to content. Online catalogue record for Canadian Social Trends Canadian Social Trends main page Articles by subject Previous releases Coming articles Social indicators Attention educators! News Other research More information about Canadian Social Trends Order the print version

Attention educators!

Canadian Social Trends lesson plans

Feature lesson plan:

When is junior moving out? Transitions from the parental home to independence and Junior comes back home: Trends and predictors of returning to the parental home

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Consult many lesson plans dating back to 1998. Each one includes curriculum objectives, activity instructions and a list of additional resources. (view list)

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