In preparation for tomorrow's test, here are the answers to the questions from Module 1, Assignment 2.
Things to know for Tuesday, October 7th's test:
- Canada's eight landforms; Western Cordillera, Interior Plains, Canadian Shield, Appalachian Highlands, Hudson Bay Lowlands, St. Lawrence -Great Lake Lowlands, Innuitian Mountains, Arctic Lowlands. Check your textbook for information on these regions OR visit this website http://mrskendallss9.blogspot.ca/2009/09/canadas-landform-regions.html
-You will be expected to know and describe any of the landforms physical features.
- Need to know the five different types of climate: A)Tropical Climate, B)Dry Climate, C)Warm, Moist Climate; D)Coher ol (temperate), Moist Climate; E)Polar Climate
-Need to know where these climates are found in Canada; which one is not present in Canada.
-Weather: We learned that weather is affected by Global AND Regional elements. Be prepared to name and describe the factors under each of these categories which affect weather
-know the the following theories, names, and concepts associated with earth's formation: continental drift, plate tectonics, Alfred Wegener, layers of the earth,
-know the four ways we describe topography = relief, gradient, slope, geology
-know the five ways we classify landfroms
· Read p.19 “Atlantic Canada as a Region”
· Read pp.20-21 “How large is Atlantic Canada”
· Read p.22 “Distance and Time”
· Answer the following questions (properly head your pages in your notebook/binder)
o P.20 #’s 2 & 3
o P.22 #’s 1, 2, 3, & 4 (data for top 5 countries is provided)
§ Russia = 17,098,242km2
§ Canada = 9,984,670km2
§ United States = 9,826,675km2
§ China = 9,596, 961km2
§ Brazil = 8,514,877km2
Chapter 1: An Introduction to Canadian Identity
Below are a list of possible topics/questions that may appear on the test. By no means are they guaranteed or is this list everything that may appear. Students are responsible for all things discussed/completed in class and all material covered in Chapter 1. Further, in case students missed notes in class or were absent, the notes have been provided as an attachment.
-What is Canadian Identity?
-5 Factors that influence identity = p.2(purple section)
-Canadian symbols = be prepared to draw or name
-art forms = notes & pp.5-9
-First Nations art = notes or p.5
-French Art = notes or p.6
-British Art = notes or p.6
-What is the CRTC? = notes or p.10
-Analyze song lyrics(will be given lyrics for a song played in class) for aspects of Canadian identity.
Chapter 1: Finding Your Way
· Know all vocabulary
· Physical vs. cultural features = be able to give examples
· Know how to use coordinates on a topographic map; be able to locate physical/cultural features
· Know how to find a city using latitude/longitude; know how to give latitude/longitude coordinates for a city
· Know how to follow directions on a large-scale city map
· Know names of all four provinces AND their capital cities