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Mapping the Physical & Human Characteristics of Canada

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The extraction of oil from Alberta's oil sands was made possible by what two trends?

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1. The Canadian arctic covers more than _____ of Canada's landmass.

2. Canada's aboriginal population is larger as a percentage of overall population in Canada's _____.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Canada's people and their physical characteristics are the focus of this quiz/worksheet. You can expect to answer questions about locations, percentages, and events relating to Canada.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

When completing this assessment, students will have to know about:

  • Alberta's oil extraction and the trends that supported it
  • How much land the arctic region covers
  • Province with the highest percent of aboriginal populations
  • Most prominent French-speaking province
  • Aboriginal movements for greater rights

Skills Practiced

Students will apply these skills:

  • Reading comprehension - identify the most important information from the related lesson about human and physical features of Canada
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the name of the 21st-century movement pushing for native rights
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer a question about the area in which Canada's aboriginal population is the largest

Additional Learning

To study more about this northern country, check out the lesson, Mapping the Physical & Human Characteristics of Canada. The lesson addresses the following subjects:

  • Impact of French exploration
  • Benefits and injustices experienced by First Nations people
  • Economic effects of Alberta's oil patch
  • Importance of the arctic region
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