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Canada is a beautiful part of the world. It is a massive territory of land, ocean waters, and ice, situated near the North Pole. It is comprised of the Northern part of the American Continent. It is the 2nd largest country in the world, after Russia.

Your Mission:
Learn about Canada and report back.

Research Canada and prepare to talk about it in English.

An interesting report asks and answers the questions that people are thinking about. Know what question you want the answer to, and don’t get lost.

Here are some examples of questions you might ask.

Where is it? How big is it? What is the terrain like? What animals live there? What is its human history, in terms of migration? Where does Canada draw its borders? What rights and freedoms do Canadians enjoy?

Ask an interesting question, and discover the answer. In three paragraphs, state your purpose, back up what you say, and deliver a strong conclusion.

Know your purpose. A well constructed report answers a question. An excellent communication addresses an interesting question, and provides information for further consideration.

Know your audience. Who are you talking to?

Some places to start your research:

Government of Canada – From the horse’s mouth

World Fact Book – Read the latest declassified information from the CIA.

Learn about Aboriginal people in Canada.
A.) Watch the video. (B1+)
B.) Play Quizziz to see how much you learned. (Students only.)