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Comparing Here and There

What is the greatest difference between our life in Alberta and the daily life of children in the other communities?

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Specific Outcomes

This critical challenge may address these outcomes:

Specific Outcome - Students will appreciate how a community's physical geography shapes identity
Specific Outcome - Where are the Inuit, Acadian and prairie communities located in Canada?
Specific Outcome - How are the geographic regions different from where we live?
Specific Outcome - What are the major geographical regions, landforms and bodies of water in each community?
Specific Outcome - What are the main differences in climate among these communities?
Specific Outcome - What kinds of natural resources exist in the communities (e.g., fishing, agriculture, mining)?
Specific Outcome - What is daily life like for children in Inuit, Acadian and prairie communities (e.g., recreation, school)?
Specific Outcome - What characteristics define their community?
Specific Outcome - What is unique about their community?
Specific Outcome 2.S.7.6 - Students will organize information from more than one source
Specific Outcome 2.S.7.9 - Students will draw conclusions from organized information
C Citizenship
ER Economics and Resources
CC Culture and Community
I Identity
LPP The Land: Places and People
GC Global Connections
TCC Time, Continuity and Change
PADM Power, Authority, and Decision Making
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