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CIVILIZATION : CANADA

Information - Canada Day - Minorities -
Maps
- Photos -
Interactive exercises
- Activities to print -
Lesson plans
- Webquests -
Interactive games
- Videos
- Songs

(Updated on 29/06/2013)

 


Related pages :

History of Canada - Geography of Canada

 


Information :

  • Canada Issues Legal Tender Coins with Imaginary Monsters on Them
    "Canada’s Royal Mint has introduced a line of quarter dollar coins with native cryptids on them. One one side, you can find Queen Elizabeth II.
    On the other, you’ll see variously Memphré, which is a reptilian monster that inhabits a lake in Quebec, Mishepishu,
    which is a water panther of Lake Superior, or the more internationally famous Sasquatch."

    (neatorama.com)


    MORE COINS HERE (mint.ca)

 

  • Inuit Life in Nunavik (kativik.net) - UPDATED

  • CANADA
    School of Rock - Geodome - Time Machine - Culture Club - Market Place - Maps - Glossary
    with Videos, Slideshows and Quizzes
    A site recommended by Renée Maufroid.
    (canadiangeographic.ca)


  • Zoom School (enchantedlearning.com)
    Use a pictorial interface to get information on Canada, including maps, animals, explorers, fossils, a quiz, and printouts on Canada.

 

  • Page de ressources sur le Canada :
    Clip Art / Printable Maps / Poems / Songs / Background Information / Vocabulary Builders / Hands On Activities / Webquests /
    Interactive Sites For Students / Worksheets / Lesson Plans

    (teach-nology)

 

 

Canada Day :

  • Canada's Birthday
    "Canada Day is celebrated every July 1, when territories of the province known then as Canada were brought together."
    Difficulty : Hard
    + Transcript + Quiz
    (englishcentral.com)

 

  • July 01 - Canada Day - Lesson plan (eslholidaylessons.com)
  • Canada Day (Wikipedia)
    1 History
    2 Activities - 2.1 Newfoundland and Labrador specific events
    3 Trivia...
  • Canada Day Resource Page - July 1st (Teacher Planet)
    Lessons Plans Units / Worksheets / Units / Clipart & Images / Songs / Maps, Flags and Posters...

 

 

Minorities :

  • Gateway to Aboriginal Heritage. - UPDATED
    "The Canadian Museum of Civilization presents an extraordinary resource documenting the histories and cultures of the Aboriginal Peoples in Canada. Explore a selection of material drawn from the Museum's artifact and archival collections. Historical and contemporary objects, images, and documents vividly express the cultural diversity as well as the creativity, resourcefulness, and endurance of this country's First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples."
    + Interactive activities and games

    (civilization.ca)

 

  • GLOSSAIRE - Fondation Canadienne des Relations Raciales - UPDATED
    (wiki.secteuretablissement.org)

  • Aboriginal peoples in Canada
    "Aboriginal people in Canada are Peoples recognized in the Canadian Constitution Act, 1982, sections 25 and 35, respectively as Indians, Métis, and Inuit. It also refers to self-identification of Aboriginal People who live within Canada, but who have not chosen to accept the extinction of their rights of Sovereignty or Aboriginal Title of their lands..."
    (Wikipedia)

  • CANADA'S ABORIGINAL PEOPLES: SOCIAL INTEGRATION OR DISINTEGRATION?
    "Although Canada ranks highest in the world on the United Nations "Human Development Index," Aboriginal Canadians rank much lower.
    This paper reviews current statistical data to demonstrate inequalities and to suggest the extent of negative feedback among poverty, health and social structure. The conclusion notes some of the implicationsfor social development policy."
    (brandonu.ca)

  • Visible minorities in Canada
    = "persons, other than Aboriginals, who are non-Caucasian in race or non-white in colour."
    (Wikipedia)

 

  • Employment equity (Canada)
    "Employment equity refers to Canadian policies that require or encourage preferential treatment in employment practices for certain designated groups: women, people with disabilities, Aboriginal peoples, and visible minorities."
    (Wikipedia)


     

Maps :

 

 

Photos :

 

 

INTERACTIVE exercises :

 

 

 

Activities TO PRINT :

  • Canada Day Resource Page - July 1st (Teacher Planet)
    Lessons Plans Units / Worksheets / Units / Clipart & Images / Songs / Maps, Flags and Posters...

 

 

Lesson plans :

  • July 01 - Canada Day - Lesson plan (eslholidaylessons.com)

 

  • Canada Day Resource Page - July 1st (Teacher Planet)
    Lessons Plans Units / Worksheets / Units / Clipart & Images / Songs / Maps, Flags and Posters...

 

Webquests :

  • voir dans Lesson plans : la séquence sur "Canada's Ice Hotel" proposée par Estelle Piron (27)
  • Canada - a scavenger hunt - created by: Renée Maufroid (quia.com)
    "Visit these sites and learn more about Canada."
  • Edmonton Mall Canada - a scavenger hunt - created by: Renée Maufroid (quia.com)
    "Come and visit one of the largest malls in the world."




 

INTERACTIVE games :

 

Videos :

 

  • Canada's Birthday
    "Canada Day is celebrated every July 1, when territories of the province known then as Canada were brought together."
    Difficulty : Hard
    + Transcript + Quiz
    (englishcentral.com)

 

  • Des activités avec vidéo qui vous font découvrir des villes ou des pays :
    New York / California / Vancouver / Washington DC / San Francisco / Montréal

    (soundguideweb.com)

 

 

Songs :

  • Canadian, Please (YouTube) + LYRICS :
    "Brits have got the monarchy
    The US has the money
    But I know that you wanna be Canadian
    The French have got the wine and cheese..."

    (channelapa.com)