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  • CANADA
    • (Your first & last name)
    • Social Studies
    • PSmith
    • ______ Period
  • Unit Essential Question How do geographic, historical, government, and economic understandings influence Canada?
  • Concept
    • Geography
    • Where are the physical features of Canada located? (SS6G5a.)
    EQ 1: Location
  • Standard: SS6G5a
    • The student will locate selected features of Canada.
      • a. Locate on a world and regional political-physical map: the St. Lawrence River, Hudson Bay, Atlantic Ocean, Pacific Ocean, the Great Lakes, Canadian Shield, and Rocky Mountains.
  • EQ 1 Vocabulary:
    • St. Lawrence River
    • Hudson Bay
    • Atlantic Ocean
    • Pacific Ocean
    • Great Lakes (HOMES)
    • Canadian Shield
    • Rocky Mountains
  • www.craigmarlatt.com/canada/
  • CANADA’S FUN FACT SHEET Overhead Slide
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  • Canada: Physical Features Map Key Atlantic Ocean St. Lawrence River Great Lakes Hudson Bay Canadian Shield Rocky Mountains Pacific Ocean
  • Great Lakes
    • H uron
    • O ntario
    • M ichigan
    • E rie
    • S uperior
  • Great Lakes
    • H uron
    • O ntario
    • M ichigan
    • E rie
    • S uperior
  • Do you think Canada or the United States has the colder climate? Why?
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  • Where in Canada would you expect to find the most people living? Why?
  • OFFICIAL LANGUAGES FRENCH ENGLISH
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