Task on Entry Fast Facts 1. What is

Task on Entry  Fast Facts 1. What is

Task on Entry Fast Facts 1. What is the population of Canada? 2. What is the capital city of Canada? 3. Name three major cities in Canada. 4. What are the two main languages spoken in Canada? 5. How many lakes does Canada have? 6. What is the most popular sport in Canada? 7. What is the Canadian symbol which features prominently on the national flag? 8. What percentage of the population is made up of indigenous (first) people? Canada is the second largest country in the world by total area (Russia is the largest). m the o r f s e m o c Canada ent m le tt e

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e indig e country. th of rts pa e m so in ) F C (40 Task on Entry Fast Facts - Answers 1. What is the population of Canada? 36.5 million 2. What is the capital city of Canada? Ottawa 3. Name three major cities in Canada. Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Edmonton and Calgary 4. What are the two main languages spoken in Canada? English and French 5. How many lakes does Canada have? Over 30,000* 6. What is the most popular sport in Canada? Ice Hockey 7. What is the Canadian symbol which features prominently on the national flag? Maple leaf 8. What percentage of the population is made up of indigenous (first) people? 4.3% (2011 1,400,685) * The number of lakes larger than three square kilometres is estimated at close to 31,752 by the Atlas of Canada, with 561 lakes with a surface area larger than 100 km2,including four of the Great Lakes. All in all, a whopping 9% of Canada's surface is covered in fresh water.

The First Peoples in Canada Communication Inquirer Learning Objective: 1. To consider the extent to which the First Peoples of Canada achieved equality after 1945. KEY TERMS: Reserves Inuit Metis Sun Dances Potlatches Learning Outcomes: Grade 4 You can describe examples of how improvements had been made in achieving equality for the indigenous people. Grade 5 You can consider

how far the indigenous people had achieved equality after 1945. Grade 6/7 You can explain the extent to which indigenous people had achieved equality after 1945, supporting your points with specific examples. Connect Activity Watch the video on WSOhistory.com about the Indian Act of 1876. Create a quick spider diagram summarising the key features of the Act. The Indian Act 1876 Activate Activity Government Acts Land Disputes Research one area. Find the key facts, dates and give details of case studies. Pages 38-49

Legal inequalities Education Demonstrate Activity - Debate The First People have made significant progress in achieving equality during the 20th century. MOTION: This house believes The First People have made significant progress in achieving equality during the 20th century. PROPOSITION: Agrees. OPPOSITION: Disagrees. Speaker 1 Introduce yourself Define the motion. Introduce your teams main arguments. Go into detail about the first 2 arguments. LENGTH: 4 minutes. Speaker 1 Introduce your teams main arguments. Rebut prop speaker 1. Go into detail about the first 2 arguments for your team. LENGTH: 4 minutes.

Speaker 2 Rebut (disagree with) opposition speaker 1s points. Go into detail about your teams 3rd and 4th arguments. LENGTH: 4 minutes. Speaker 2 Rebut (disagree with) proposition speaker 2s points. Go into detail about your teams 3rd and 4th arguments. LENGTH : 4 minutes. Speaker 3 Rebut (disagree with) opposition speaker 2. Rebuild your teams case. LENGTH : 4 minutes. Speaker 3 Rebut (disagree with) proposition speaker 3. Rebuild your teams case. LENGTH : 4 minutes. Consolidate Disagree Agree The First People have made significant progress in achieving equality during the 20th century.

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