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Aboriginal tribes of

Aboriginal Tribes of _________________________________________________

Name ________________________ Meaning (If available)_____________________

Where exactly did they live:

Map needed.

Picture

Family Life: Description

Community Life: Description

Shelter: Picture or and 3-D model

Hunting and Gathering/ Or Farming

Description/who

Pictures or/and 3-D models

Culture and craft

Today:


Aboriginal tribes of

Famous People of_________________________________________________

Name some: ______________________________________________________

Highlight one: _____________________________________________________________

Where exactly did they live:

Picture of place needed.

Picture of person needed

When born:

Family Life as a child: Description

Fame: (Why famous, embellish here.)

Any humanitarian ventures.

Adult Life:

Today: (Where, what)


Aboriginal tribes of

Economy of _________________________________________________

Remember the four strands of economy from fifth grade: 1. services: tourism, 2. manufacturing, natural resources, and agriculture.

  • 1. What do people do for a living in your province? (This is the driving question.)

  • 2. Employment of your province

  • 3. What agricultural opportunities are there?

  • 4. How about tourism?

  • 5. How about industry?

  • 6. How about natural resources such as fisheries, mining, and lumber?

  • 7. What energy sources are used in the province?

  • 8. What is the average yearly income for a family?

  • 9. How about transportation and communications? Do they play a part in the economy of the province

  • 10. What is the tax rate in the province and how does it compare to other provinces?

  • 11. How about trade?

  • You should have some statistics. Maybe a table or a graph.


Aboriginal tribes of

Government of _______________________________________________________________

Driving Question: How is the provential government organized and how does it differ or how is the same as Canada’s federal government?

  • Who is in charge of the province’s government?

  • How does one become in charge?

  • What qualifications are needed?

  • How is the provincial government organized?

  • What rights does the provincial government have?

  • What rights does the provincial government not have? Do these rights belong to the federal Canadian government?

  • Which branches are in charge of what?

  • What are some major issues for your province that this governmental body is concerned with currently? (What is the provincial government that you are researching up to?

  • What are some current events or issues in the province?


Aboriginal tribes of

History of _______________________________________________________________

Driving Question: What events helped to form Canada and expand it?

  • Exploration

  • Colonization

  • Wars and conflict:

  • 4. French and English Rivalry

  • 5. Settling and expanding (What caused the province to gain population? When did it become a province or if it hasn’t, why not?

    • Gold Rush

    • Beaver etc.

  • 6. Other significant events in the history of the province or territory.

  • 7. Modern History:


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