To begin this process:
- you will need to do your research online on the internet to complete your research logs and wall map.
- you will form teams of 2 (one to research natural landscapes, the other man-made landscapes)
- you will be expected to locate the landscapes provincially and nationally on a map. Mapping to be completed by drawing a map of Canada with the locations of the landscapes on paper.
- location of landscape should be clearly labelled and town and province it is located in identified.
- you need to report on the physical geography of each province - i.e. Prarie provinces like Alberta, flat land suitable for wheat growing.
- provide basic facts about that particular landscape and effectively communicate information learned by means of a group presentation in class.
- minimum of 4 landscapes to be looked into - 2 natural and 2 man-made.
- you have two weeks to complete the project to be presented in class.
While doing your research online you can use the following criteria for gathering basic information:
2. Where is it located? (City, Province)
3. Unique feature about that landscape (eg. Rocky mountains)
4. Collect pictures on the internet depicting that landscape.
5. Basic facts, figures about the landscape.
While gathering up the information you need you may use the following url links provided for. However, it the your challenge to find other links related to the landscape you are writing about with.
National Historic Sites of
Canadian Shield: http://talmud.epsb.ca/regions/north/lz/csi/csi.html
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