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CGC1D Canadian Geography

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Important CGC1D course documents:

Course Outline

Semester II CGC1D Unit Schedule

 

June 18th - June 19th: 

Date  Exam Review
June 18-19, 2012 

Summative Projects Collected: June 19th.

 

Study Skills, Exam Strategy, Final Exam Review  

 

Exam Review Documents, to get started on studying!

 

 

 

Final Exam information:

 

Controversial graduation speech:

 

 

Things to consider:

- Do students live up to their advantages? 

- Accolades vs. Achievement

- What defines people as special or different? Are all people special or different?

- How do you define yourself as a student? As a person?

 

 

June 11th - June 15th:  Summative Project

Date  Summative Handouts and Class Activity
June 11, 2012

Measuring Environmental Sustainability: 

Chapter 38, p. 511-517, Measuring Environmental sustainability

 

Answer Questions # 1-6, p. 519...due at the end of class today.

 
June 12-15 2012

Unit 5 work collected.

 

Tuesday: Quick meeting in 221, then proceed to Library.

 

Wednesday-Friday,

Please report to the following locations,

Block A: Library

Block B: XCUR lab

 

Summative Topics (Major Canadian City) selected by students.

 

Summative documents:

 

  • Students will work independently during class time to

           complete their summative projects.

 

  • Summative Projects are due June 19th (...extended from the 18th) at the start of class.

  

June 15, 2012 

- Peer editing in the XCUR lab: please have your rough draft ready to go! 

 

 

June 4th - June 8th:

Date  Homework, Handouts and Class Activity
June 4 2012 

- Unit 4 work collected

 

Unit 5: Global & Future Connections  

- Note: Globalization

- Understanding the difference: Developed vs. Developing countries

- Block B: XCUR lab, Canada and the World Community, p. 434-443

- #1-5 p.443, please type and print your answers.

June 5, 2012 

- Foreign Trade: The Foundation of Canada's Economy, p. 455-463

- #1-7 p.464 

- Block B: XCUR lab. Complete the Foreign Trade activity and Developed vs Developing Country activities

June 6, 2012 

- Cultural Connections with the US, p. 465-471

- #1-9 p. 472 

- Block B: XCUR lab. Trade & Development activities, continued. 

**Please print the foreign trade activity once complete.  Please print, then complete the developed vs developing country by hand.**

 

All work completed between June 4th and 7th will be collected Monday June  11th for evaluation.

 

June 7, 2012 

-  Water: The Most Basic Resource, p. 476-487

- #1-5 p. 488

- Distribution Access (Producer).  (1998). Water Supply in Canada. [Full Video].  Available from http://www.discoveryeducation.com/
- Block B: XCUR lab: Complete the Waterways in Canada activity, and type the answers to questions #1-5.

June 8, 2012 

- Note: Environmental footprint and sustainability

 

- David Suzuki, The Nature of Things: One Ocean: Footprints in the Sand (Episode 2)

 

"Humans have always lived along the Earth’s varied coastlines. For tens of thousands of years the ocean has nurtured and inspired us, and we lived in balance with its seemingly endless bounty. All that has changed.

 

In Footprints in the Sand we explore how our growing demands are changing the ocean. Many of those changes are most strongly felt in the zones where land meets sea. Overfishing, pollution, over-population, and over-development of our coasts are having deadly consequences."

 

 

May 28th - June 1st

Date  Homework, Handouts and Class Activity
May 28, 2012 

- Forestry:

- Forestry Note

- Review of Natural Resources

- Block B, Lab 103: Communications activity

 

Monday June 4th: Communications, Transportation and ALL Economic Geography unit questions are due. These items will be evaluated in place of a unit test.

 

History of logging in Canada (Log Driver's Waltz) 

 

 

May 29, 2012 

- Canada's Mineral Wealth 

- Mining Note

CASE STUDY
Diamond Mining: Canada’s New “Boom” Industry

Read pages: 342-347 , Questions: #1-8, 10-11 p. 348 

 

A detailed list of the unit 4 work is available here! Due Monday June 4th!

 

May 30, 2012 

- Energy 

- Energy Note

- Block B: XCUR lab

CASE STUDY

Offshore Oil: Hibernia

Read pages 367-373, Questions #1-11, p. 374

May 31, 2012 

- Transportation

- Block B, XCUR Lab: Transportation activity 

- Due Monday: Unit 4 work! Detailed list posted May 29th.

June 1, 2012 

- Transportation case study:

David Suzuki: Supercar: Building the Car of the Future

 

Reminder: Unit 4 work is due Monday. Please see requirements, posted May 29th.

 

May 21st - May 25th

Date  Homework, Handouts and Class Activity
May 21, 2012 

- Reading: Making Connections textbook, p. 270-275

- Questions: #1-8, p.276-277

May 22, 2012 

- Review of answers to Far and Away 

- Lab activity, continued  

May 23, 2012 

- The Business of Farming in Canada

- p. 302 #1-9 

May 24, 2012 

- Examining Canada-US trade:

Distribution Access (Producer).  (1992). Canada and the USA. [Full Video].  Available from http://www.discoveryeducation.com/

-  Final lab time for unit 4 activity.

May 25, 2012

- Forestry:

- Reading p. 309-316

- Answer # 1-8 p. 317-318 

 

May 14th - May 18th

Date  Homework, Handouts and Class Activity
May 14, 2012 

- Making Connections texbook, p. 270-275

- Questions: #1-8, p.276-277

- Incomplete work is to be finished for homework

 

May 15, 2012 

- Making Connections textbook, p.286-291

- Questions #1-6 p. 291

- Reading p. 292-297

 

May 16, 2012 

Far and Away, part 1 (Immigration/ Emmigration, push and pull factors, industries and economies)

May 17, 2012 

Far and Away, part 2 

May 18, 2012 

- Review of answers from Far and Away

- Note: Canadian Agriculture

Block B: lab  105:

Complete the Unit 4 Industry and Geography Careers Activity

 

Have a great long weekend!

 

 

May 7th-May 11th

Date  Homework, Handouts and Class Activity
May 7, 2012 

- Conclusion of Tipping Point

- (Review) Settlement Pattern Notes

- Introduction to Unit 4: Economic Geography 

- Unit 3 group projects continued: due Friday

- Block B: Lab 103: unit 3 project continued.

May 8, 2012 

- Work period: unit 3 project

- Block B: XCUR lab, project work continued.

May 9, 2012 

- Reading, p. 278-284, Canada's Fishing Industry

- Answer #1-5 p.280

- Block B: XCUR lab 

Accessing the units of study from the handout folder, attempt the following Economic Geography activities:

May 10, 2012 

- Block A: XCUR lab 

Accessing the units of study from the handout folder, attempt the following Economic Geography activities:

  • Activity 3: Managing Resources, Activity 4: Energy, Powering Canada

- Block B: Final work on group projects... 

- Reminder: Unit 3 group projects are due tomorrow. 

 

Why does sustainable development matter?

 

May 11, 2012 

- Unit 3 group projects are due :  student presentations of learning products.

- All other Unit 3 learning products collected. Late products will be collected until Tuesday.

- Video: Canada: Its Land, Resources, and Economy. Prod. Colman Communications. Colman Communications, 2001. Discovery Education. Web. 11 May 2012. <http://www.discoveryeducation.com/>

 

 

April 30th - May 4th

Date  Homework, Handouts and Class Activity
April 30, 2012 

- Why population density matters:

- The World at 7 Billion: Interactive Map 

- Reminder: please bring your headphones to class tomorrow onWednesday and Friday!

- Rural Settlement patterns: p. 224-232.

- Questions #  1-6 p. 233

 

All homework questions are due Friday.

May 1, 2012 

- Reminder: please bring your headphones to class tomorrow!

- Urban land use p. 247-264

- Questions # 1-11 p. 264-265

 

All homework questions are due Friday.

May 2, 2012 

 

Part 1:

-

 

Block B: lab 105  *bring your headphones to class for the lab!*

Use Google Chrome for optimum viewing of the NFB content.

- NFB interactive Media, (The experience of new Canadians) Ying Jia, Corner Store in La Petite Patrie

- NFB Interactive Media, "The Test Tube"  with David Suzuki

May 3, 2012 

Part 2:  David Suzuki, Tipping Point, continued.

- Unit 3 Culiminating Activity: Canadian Communities of Today and Tomorrow (Unit 3 project)

  • Groups formed, topics assigned.
May 4, 2012 

Next week, Part 3:  David Suzuki, Tipping Point, conclusion.

 

Block A: Unit 3 group work continued. Discussion of criteria for exceptional projects. Choice of learning products finalized. Student-teacher conferences with groups needing help.

- Projects are due Friday May 11th.

 

Block B: XCUR lab 

*bring your headphones to class for the lab!*

- http://www.breathingearth.net/ 

- Research and planning session for unit 3 project continued.

- Homework check ( Questions from Monday & Tuesday).

 

 

April 23 - April 27 

Date  Homework, Handouts and Class Activity
April 23, 2012 

- Immigration in Canada, Textbook p.218-222

- Video: 

Canadian Immigration.  Prod. Distribution Access.  Classroom Video, 1993.

Discovery Education. Web. 23 April 2012. http://www.discoveryeducation.com/.

- Working with culture and data activity : Please complete the pie chart and questions for homework.

 
April 24, 2012 

- Immigration conept review note

- Review of data from charts (culture and data activity)

- Pencast: review of answers from knowing the neighbours questions:

Unit 3: Knowing the Neighbours!
brought to you by Mr. Cappello Livescribe

- Immigration to Canada: point system activity 

- Questions p. 222, K/U  #1-2 T #3-6...please complete the questions for Thursday!

April 25, 2012 

- Urban Settlement Patterns: p. 235-239

- Urban Settlement Note

- Reading: p. 235- 245

Block B: XCUR lab: Old-skool urban planning game

 

April 26, 2012 

Urban Settlement Pattens continued: 

- Review of concepts from Wednesday, questions p.246  # 1- 9

- Homework check (questions from Tuesday, p. 222)

- Block B: XCUR lab

April 27, 2012 

PD Day - No Class 

 

 

April 16- April 20

Date  Homework, Handouts and Class Activity
April 16, 2012 

Block A: Lab 105:

- Accessing the units of study from the handout folder, attempt the following Human Geography activities:

a)  Activity 3: Settlement Patterns
b)  Activity 4: Culture and Migration 

 

In both activities:

1. Attempt all the interactive media and quizzes

2. Take notes regarding the following key concepts: 

  • Population density
  • Urban Settlement
  • 3 examples of push factors
  • 3 examples of pull factors

 

Block B: 

- Note (Concept Review): Demographics

- Demographics vocabulary activity

 

Population pyramids collected. 

April 17, 2012 

Block A:

- Aboriginal Land Treaties

- p. 204 #1-4, please complete unfinished answers for homwork.

 

Block B: Lab 105 

- Accessing the units of study from the handout folder, attempt the following Human Geography activity:

Activity 5: Urban Planning

* Take notes from the slide show titled "Themes of Sustainable Development"

 

Late population pyramid activities collected. 

April 18, 2012 

Block A:

- Case study, part 1: The Geography of Culture

- Case study, part 2: Know your neighbours

 

Block B Lab 105: 

- Accessing the units of study from the handout folder, attempt the following Human Geography activities:

 

Activity 6: Connecting Canada

Activity 7: Career Opportunities: take notes from the presentation "Careers in Geography" presentation. In your notes, create a chart like this to organize your information:

 

  Workplace  College  University 
High School Courses       
Career Opportunities       

 


Please finish reading the article (page 2) for homework.

April 19, 2012 

- Block A: XCUR lab, Online notes continued.

- The Creation of Nunavut: p. 206-212 

- Part II, Know your Neighbour...Answer questions #1-6: Homework check tomorrow!

 

April 20, 2012 

- Working with culture and data activity

Block B: Lab 103 

Urban planning simulators:

http://www.electrocity.co.nz/Game/game.aspx

http://www.symbiocityscenarios.com/

 

 

April 9 - April 13

Date  Homework, Handouts and Class Activity
April 9, 2012 

Easter Monday - no class 

April 10, 2012 

- Reminder: study for your unit 2 test, which will take place Thursday. 

- Review materials are posted April 5th.

 

- Topics this week: population density, population pyramids, population distribution, Canada's Aboriginal population in the 21st Century

 

- Stages of population change, p. 192-193.

- Intro to Canada's Aboriginal population in the 21st Century: p. 196-200

- Note, part 1: Canada's Aboriginal populations

 

Block B: Lab 105 activites

1. Please complete the activity by entering the data into the table. Once complete, please print your work and add it to your notes.

Calculating Rates: Demographics1_cgc1d.doc

 

2. Please complete the activity by adding data to the chart and creating your own population pyramids. You may wish to use MS Excel or other software to create the graphs . Once complete, please print your work and add it to your notes

Population Pyramids: Demographics graph activity _cgc1d.doc

 

These Rates & Pyramids activities are to be completed by the end of class on Friday, April 13th. You will have an additional half period on Friday to complete these tasks.

April 11, 2012 

Population concept review: p. 194-195

 

Knowledge and Understanding #1ab-2ab

Thinking# 3, 4 abcd, 5 abc, 6 ab

Communication # 7abc

Application # 8 ab, 9ab 

- Reminder: study for your unit test tomorrow!

 

April 12, 2012 

- Unit 2 Test 

- (Graph paper provided in class for the demographics graphing activity posted on the 10th, please bring coloured pencils)

April 13, 2012 

Lab 103, Block A: Population activities (posted Tuesday) are to be finished today. Please have your printed work in class for Monday.

Rm 221, Block B: Please complete the population review, posted April 11th.

- Demographics population pyramid activity will be collected Monday.

 

 

April 2-April 6

Date  Homework, Handouts and Class Activity
April 2, 2012 

- Final group presentations 

- Ecozone maps collected

- Canada's soil and vegetation: p.159-170

- Questions # 1-7 p.170

April 3, 2012 

- Landform region poster scavenger hunt activity 

- Review of answers to soil and vegtetation (p. 170)

- Film:  Geography Principles: Soil and Vegetation.  Prod. Centre Communications.  CLEARVUE & SVE, 2000. Discovery Education. Web. 2 April 2012. http://www.discoveryeducation.com/. 

April 4, 2012 

- Part II, soil video

-  Intro to Human Geography Note Unit 3.

- Reading p . 186-191

- Questions # 1-2 p. 192

April 5, 2012 

- Unit 2 Test: April 12, 2012. 

- Unit 2 review presentation 

- Using SRB's handout folder (x drive) access the population content in the new "human geography" folder. Review the content related to Canada's population, try the online activities and complete assignment 1 (listed in the assignment section).

April 6, 2012 

School Holiday - No class. 

 

 

March 26-March 30

Date  Homework, Handouts and Class Activity
March 26, 2012 

Homework check: Physical Geography Workbook & climate activity.

- Reading: Canada's Climate p. 145.-153

- Questions # 1-8, p.153 

- Block B, XCUR lab. Landform research continued, progress check with all groups.
March 27, 2012 

- XCUR lab. Landform research continued, progress check with all groups.

- Reminder, bring any extra materials

Helpful links:

March 28, 2012 

- Landform Poster creation & presentation planning:

- Posters must be complete by the end of class! 

March 29, 2012 

- 30 min class due to OSSLT

- Ecozones of Canada: p.172-179.

- Handout (hardcopy) map of Canadian Ecozones

- Questions: p.180 #1-9. Please complete your ecozone map for Monday.

- Group Landform poster presentations will take place tomorrow

March 30, 2012 

- 2 groups to present on Monday: final opportunity 

- Group Landform poster presentations

- Ecozone work continued: 

- Questions: p.180 #1-9. Please complete your ecozone map for Monday.

 

March 19 -March 23

Date  Homework, Handouts and Class Activity
March 19, 2012 

- p. 134-143

- Questions # 1-5

*Incomplete reading and questions are to be completed as homework.*

 

- Block B, XCUR lab: Using your textbook, the online content (from the handout folder), and the internet, begin working on the Physical Geography workbook.

 

March 20, 2012 

- Check out these photos of Canada's Landform regions.

Block A, lab 105: Physical Geography workbook continued (posted March 19).

 

- Block B, XCUR lab: Review the climate presentation and climate notes

- Save a copy of the climate activity. Print your finished work, due Friday.

 

March 21, 2012 

- Review of homework from Monday

- Overview of group assignment...

Block B, XCUR lab: Group Landform project begins. 

March 22, 2012 

-  Block A, XCUR lab: Group Landform project, continued

- Teacher-student conferences, Review of grades 

March 23, 2012 

- Reading: Canada's Climate p. 145.-153

- Questions # 1-8, p.153 

- Block B, XCUR lab: Group Landform project, continued

- Homework check: Physical Geography Workbook & climate activity.

 

March 5- March 9

Date  Homework, Handouts and Class Activity
March 5, 2012

- Collaborative mapping scanvenger hunt activity: reading city maps 

- Reminder: Careers in Geography assignment and webquest due Friday

- Gilligan's Island activity collected.

March 6, 2012 

- Reading, p.  110-117

- Questions # 1-6 p. 118

*Incomplete reading and questions are to be completed as homework.*

 

- Block B: Lab 105. Continue Plate Tectonics Webquests (due Friday). Students have already begun this work and can access the content from the hand out folder and class wiki.

March 7, 2012 

- Reading, p.  118-123, 

- Questions # 1-9 p. 123-124

*Incomplete reading and questions are to be completed as homework.*

 

- Block B: Lab 105. Continued, Plate Tectonics Webquests (due Friday). Students can access the content from the hand out folder and class wiki.

 

Careers in Geography assignment is due on Friday.

 

March 8, 2012 

- Reading, p.  125-133,

- Questions # 1-6 p. 133

*Incomplete reading and questions are to be completed as homework.*

 

- Block B: Lab 105. Continue Plate Tectonics Webquests (due Friday). Students  can access the content from the hand out folder and class wiki.

 

Careers in Geography assignment is due on Friday.

 

March 9, 2012 

- Part 1, Urban land use video, David Suzuki

- Block B: Lab 105. 

Careers in Geography assignment  AND 

Plate Tectonics Webquests are due TODAY. 

HAVE A SAFE AND FUN

 

Feb 27-Mar 2

Date  Homework, Handouts and Class Activity
Feb 27, 2012 

- Read p. 58-63.

- Questions p.59 -63:

  • Transportation land use: #1-9,
  • Public Buildings #1-2,
  • Recreational Land Use #1-2
  • Questions K/U #1-3, App #4

* incomplete reading and questions are to be completed for homework* 

Block B: XCUR lab: Careers in Geography Activity Continued: Due Thursday, March 1st

 

Feb 28, 2012 

- Read p.64-73

- Questions p.70 #1-6, Answer questions in figure 7-6 in your notes. 

* incomplete reading and questions are to be completed for homework* 

 

- Block B: XCUR lab : Review the Time Zone Prezi:

  

- Using the information from the prezi, complete the Time Zones Around the World Activity & The NHL Time Zone Challenge (please see the hardcopy handout)

 

Suggestion: Try using Google Earth to look up geographic coordinates (Latitude and Longitude).

Feb 29, 2012 

- Read p. 74-83 

- Questions:

p. 82 #1 abc

p. 83 #2 abc

p. 84 #1 ab, 2 abc

* incomplete reading and questions are to be completed for homework* 

 

- Block B: XCUR lab : Handout folder Online Activities (Natural systems, Unit 1), Activity 1: Plate Tectonics.

- Complete the plate techtonics webquest. Click here for the updated webquest assignment.

* Please save & print your completed webquest activity (plus answer key) and include it in your notes  * 

 

Reminder: 

To access the activities in the handout folder, please follow this file path:  X:\Docs\Handout\Cappello\CGC1D\Unit 1_Natural Systems\1099830_CGC1D_Unit_1_En\CGC1DPU01\unit_overview.html

 

Mar 1, 2012 

Gilligan's Island Mapping Activity:

- Please see hardcopy instructions and mapping page.

- Check out the Gilligan's Island intro for hints and suggestions.

  

Block B: XCUR lab:  Handout folder Online Activities (Natural systems, Unit 1), Activity 2: Geologic Time.

* Please save and print your timeline and keep it in your notes.*

 

- Careers in Geography Activity is due today.

 

Mar 2, 2012 

Gilligan's Island Mapping Activity, continued.

You finished Gilligan's Island map is due on Tuesday March 6th.

 

Block B: XCUR lab: Handout folder Online Activities (Natural systems, Unit 1), Activity 3: Volcanoes and Earthquakes. Click here for the updated Volcanoes and Earthquake Research Activity.

* Please save and print your completed research activity and include it in your notes. * 

 

Reminder: 

To access the activities in the handout folder, please follow this file path:  X:\Docs\Handout\Cappello\CGC1D\Unit 1_Natural Systems\1099830_CGC1D_Unit_1_En\CGC1DPU01\unit_overview.html

 

 

 

Feb 20-Feb 24 

Date  Homework, Handouts and Class Activity
Feb 20, 2012

Happy Family Day ! No class.

Feb 21, 2012

- GIS Note 

- Mapping Assignment 1, continued: due Thursday!

Feb 22, 2012 

- Working with scale: Reading p. 45-47. Questions p. 48-49 #1-15

- Complete the mapping assignment 1, if not already complete.

- Incomplete work is to be finished for homework.

Feb 23, 2012 

Mapping assignment 1 due today. 

- Accessing e-learning Ontario units of study, Career Cruising

- Introduction to the Geography Careers Assignment

Feb 24, 2012

- Cruising the Information Superhighway: Reading p. 85- 91. Questions: p.92 #1-6.

- Hardcopy Handout: CGC1D Countour Lines (Topographic Maps), answer all questions in the booklet.  * incomplete reading and questions are to be completed for homework* 

- Block B: XCUR lab: Careers In Geography Activity (Hardcopy handout)

 

Feb 13th - Feb 17th

Date  Homework, Handouts and Class Activity
Feb 13, 2012 

- Quick Review of Latitude and Longitude

- #5 Locating places on a map activity

- Scale Note

- Locations skills (Scale Activity)...complete this for homework

- Latitude, Longitude and Scale activity, using atlas.

 

Feb 14, 2012 

Happy Valentines Day!

 

- Continued: Latitude, Longitude and Scale activity, using atlas. Complete for homework.

Homework:

- Review presentations: GIS/GPS, & applications of space and satellite imagining

 

Feb 15, 2012 

- GIS note

- Geotechnology: The impact of GPS (p. 37-42) , review of space images, settlement patterns.

- GIS: Where is Geography Going activity (p. 50-57), introductory work book activity.

- Complete the "Take a Trip" of Canada Latitude and Longitude tour (p.36) for homework.

Feb 16, 2012 

- Canada Mapping assignment: please bring your coloured pencils to class! 

-  Note: GIS/GPS

Feb 17, 2012 

PD Day - No regular classes 

 

Feb 6 - Feb 10

Date  Homework, Handouts and Class Activity
Feb 6, 2011 

The  Animaniacs Geography Challenge:

- With a group (max of 3) or on your own, memorize and perform Yakko's Nations of the World song for the class (...by the end of the course in June) for major bonus marks!  

- Seating plan

- Tomorrow: homework check, review of answers from last week (See posting, Feb 2nd and 3rd).

- Note: Characteristics of Maps

- Part 1: Mapping activities ...please bring coloured pencils for tomorrow.

 

Feb. 7, 2011 

- Homework check

- Continuation of mapping activities, continued.

Feb 8, 2011 

- Continuation of mapping activities, political map of Canada.

- Continuation of maps note (Latitude and Longitude)

- Introductory Workbook (hardcopy) distributed. 

- Tech demonstrations: document camera, livescribe smartpen

- Please bring coloured pencils to our next class (...for mapping activities)

Feb 9. 2011 

- Homework check: political map of Canada.

- Review of answers of homework answers from last week 

- Introductory Workbook activities continued: fill in the blank, types of maps, GIS, Grid systems 

- Part 1: Canada: Geography, History & Attractions

Variety (Producer).  (2008). Geography, History, and Attractions: Canada. [Full Video].  Available from http://www.discoveryeducation.com/ 

Feb 10, 2011 

- Introduction workbook: Locating Places on a map: Latitude and Longitude Grid referencing (#1-4). !-4 will be checked on Monday (Homework).

- Part II:  Canada: Geography, History & Attractions

 

 

Feb 1st - Feb 3rd. 

Date  Homework, Handouts and Class Activity
Feb. 1, 2012 

Welcome to CGC1D! 

- Course outline distributed.

- Textbooks assigned

- Introductory Geography quiz

For tomorrow, please bring:  a ruler, a pen, a pencil and an eraser.

- Students should bring their textbook and binder to class every day.

Feb 2. 2012 

 - Read p.1-16

- Complete the mental map activity on p.6. See hardcopy handout.

- Attempt the Canada quiz, p. 8-9

- Answer these questions in your notes: p.17, Thinking 4 ab, 5, 6 abc, Communication 7, Application 8 a-g

Feb 3. 2012    Continue work from yesterday (see above). Once complete: 

- Reading p. 19-28

- Answer K/U #1-5, Application 6-8.

- Incomplete reading and questions are to be completed as homework.

 

Date  Homework, Handouts and Class Activity
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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