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1 GUIDEBOOK CANADA

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3 location  ABSOLUTE location  55 levels West - 135 levels West latitude  80 degrees North - 50 levels North longitude  RELATIVE location  Canada is a substantial country in north America. It boundaries the United claims to the North and stretches right into the Artic ocean.  ABSOLUTE place  55 degrees West - 135 levels West latitude  80 degrees North - 50 degrees North longitude  RELATIVE place  Canada is a vast country in phibìc America. It boundaries the United claims to the North and also stretches right into the Artic ocean.

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4 PHYSICAL description  describe the climate an ar p. 80  define everything native the Canadian shield to the Tundra in the north.  This page have to be detailed and also have some pictures for a visual.  define the climate region p. 80  describe everything indigenous the Canadian shield to the Tundra in the north.  This page must be detailed and have some images for a visual.

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5 distinct SCENERY  This page should incorporate visuals and also a description of Mt., valleys, rivers, bays, anything rather that provides Canada Unique.

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6 tree LIFE  Make certain to name and also explain the ecosystems that your country is in. Encompass pictures and names that 5 plants. The images need to it is in on assorted vegetation. Just one tree  P. 78  Make sure to name and also explain the ecosystems the your nation is in. Encompass pictures and also names that 5 plants. The photos need to be on assorted vegetation. Only one tree  P. 78

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7 pet LIFE  find 5 pets that grow in her country. Name the animal, explain a little about the animal and explain each animals special adaptation to Canada’s environment.

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8 culture  Material society -- define 2 instances of the material society of Canada. Uncover two pictures representing material culture.  -----example - food, clothing, shelter, modern technology  Nonmaterial culture-- define 2 instances of nonmaterial society of Canada. Find two pictures representing each.  -----example - religion, language, traditions  Material society -- describe 2 examples of the material culture of Canada. Uncover two pictures representing material culture.  -----example - food, clothing, shelter, technology  Nonmaterial culture-- define 2 instances of nonmaterial society of Canada. Find two photos representing each.  -----example - religion, language, traditions

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9 present EVENT  uncover TWO existing EVENTS around CANADA, ONE ON their GOVERNMENT and also ONE MISCELLANEOUS present EVENT.

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Describe THE main IDEA the THE post IN THE LAST few PAGES OF your GUIDEBOOK.

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10 oral  be able to ORALLY present THE info IN her GUIDEBOOK WITHOUT having TO review IT straight FROM THE web page

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