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1 Map of the World

2 Russia

3 Discover Canada!

4 What Do You Know about Canada?
What is the capital of Canada? a. Quebec b. Ottawa c. Toronto Which city is the largest? a. Toronto b. Montreal c. Ottawa What is Canada’s nearest neighbour? a. The USA b. Russia c. Australia What is a popular Canadian animal? a. coyote b. polar bear c. beaver What is the national tree in Canada? a. pine b. maple c. cedar What is the official Languages in Canada? a. English, Russian b. German, English c. English, French

5 Famous Places in Canada
Quebec City Wood Buffalo NP Kluane NP Famous Places in Canada Mount Robson NP Rocks PP Garibaldi PP

6 Which parks would you visit
if you wanted to: hear a stories about the Blackfoot culture? see a village that is over 1,000 years old? see a bear? see tepees? see the first metal tools in North America? see high waterfalls?

7 L'Anse aux Meadows On a summer’s day nearly 1,000 years ago, a ship from Greenland arrived in Newfoundland, Canada Leif Eriksson, the captain and his crew liked the warm climate and they decided to stay. They called the region ‘Vinland’ – the land of wine. The Skraelings, who were probably Native Canadians, came to fight the Scandinavians. The Scandinavians left the region and moved to another part of Newfoundland – L’Amse aux Meadows – where they built houses and workshops. This was the first time that metal was made in the ‘New World’. We don’t know when they left but with time, grass grew over their houses and workshops. In 1960, a Norwegian explorer – Helge Instad – found the ‘village’ and many things which were made by Scandinavians. Today archaeologists are still discovering more about life here 1,000 years ago.

8 Head Smashed-In For over 10,000 years the Native Canadians people and the buffalo lived together in the pains of Alberta. The Blackfoot was one of the native Canadian tribes. They used the buffaloes for meat, clothes and for making tepees. They hunted the buffaloes by chasing them over high cliffs. About 150 years ago, a young Blackfoot wanted to watch the buffalo falling over the cliff so he stood in a small place inside the cliff. The pile of dead buffaloes became higher and higher. The young man couldn’t move from his small space and he was killed. When the other men moved the buffaloes they found the young Blackfoot between the cliff and the buffaloes, with his head smashed in.

9 Nahanni National Park The South Nahanni River runs for 322 km. It has many high waterfalls and dangerous rapids. It is a river of legends. Nearly a hundred years ago many people came here to look for gold. It was a dangerous place. Bears and wolves live in the valleys and the rapids can carry people away in seconds. Many people died mysteriously when they were looking for gold in the river – some disappeared in the river mist. When other adventures found headless bodies in the river they called the area ‘Deadman Valley’ and ‘Headless Creek’.

10 Which parks would you visit
if you wanted to: hear a stories about the Blackfoot culture? see a village that is over 1,000 years old? see a bear? see tepees? see the first metal tools in North America? see high waterfalls? Head Smashed in L’Anse aux Meadows Nahanni NP

11 Factual words L’Anse aux Meadows:
Helge Instad, Leif Eriksson, Newfoundland, 1.000, Vinland Skraelings. Head Smashed-In: 150, Native Canadian, Blackfoot, Alberta, tepees, Nahanni National Park: Headless Creek, 322, bears, Deadman Valley, legends.

12 Nahanni National Park:
Check Yourself L’Anse aux Meadows: 1.000 – a ship from Greenland arrived in Newfoundland Newfoundland – place in Canada Leif Eriksson – the captain of the ship Skraelings – Native Canadians Helge Instad – Norvwgian explorer Head Smashed-In: Alberta – place in Canada Blackfoot – Native Canadian tribe Tepees – Blackfoot’s houses 150 – years ago young Blackfoot wanted to see the buffalo falling over the cliff buffalo – the animal/ that lived with Blackfoot Nahanni National Park: 322 – the length of the South Nahanni River A hundred years ago - people looked for gold the South Nahanni River Bears – animals, that lived in the valley Deadman Valley – the name of the area near the South Nahanni River Headless Creek – the second name of the area near the South Nahanni River

13 Where are they? Famous place Activities Quebec City L’Amse aux Meadows
Gros Morne Park Nahanni National Park Kluane National Park Rocky Mountain Park Wood Buffalo Park Anthony Island Tapescript Hello everyone and welcome to Canada! I'm here to tell you about some of the parks you can visit in Canada. This is a big country so you may want to visit only one or two parks and then come back again later! If you like stepping back into the past you could visit the French speaking part of Canada. Quebec City's fortified city, called ‘La Vieille Capital’ is still completely encircled by its old walls which were built nearly 400 years ago. You can see uniforms and weapons used by French and English soldiers 300 years ago. On the west coast of Newfoundland at L'Anse aux Meadows you can visit a reconstructed Norse hut. You can learn how they built their ships and how they used metal to make nails, cooking pots arid jewellery. If you like sailing, you can take a boat tour in Gros Morne Park into the glaciers or, if you are experienced, you can take a canoe on the South Nahanni river. For tourists who like camping there are camp sites in the Gros Morne Park and in the Kluane National Park. I know that many of you come here to see wild animals. You can see wild goats, sheep, perhaps wolves and grizzly bears and buffalo in the Rocky Mountain park, Wood Buffalo park and Kluane and Nahanni parks. Bird watchers must visit Gros Morne, South Nahanni and Anthony Island. If you like skiing, you can go skiing in the Kluane National Park and in the Rocky Mountains. For those of you who want to see ...

14 Check your listening Quebec City: see soldiers' uniforms and weapons from 300 years ago, a fortified city. L'Anse aux Meadows: see a Norse hut, learn how Norse people built ships, used metal to make nails, cooking pots and jewellery Gros Morne Park: sailing, a boat tour, see the glaciers, take a canoe ride on Nahanni river, go camping and bird watching Nahanni: see wild animals - goats, sheep, wolves, grizzly bears and buffalo, bird watching Kluane: camping, see wild animals - goats, sheep, wolves, grizzly bears and buffalo, go skiing Rocky Mountain: see wild animals - goats, sheep, wolves, grizzly bears and buffalo, go skiing Wood Buffalo: see wild animals – goats, sheep, wolves, grizzly bears and buffalo Anthony Island: bird watching

15 Some facts M. Jean OFFICIAL NAME : Canada CAPITAL: Ottawa
TOTAL AREA: 9,984,670 sq. km POPULATION: about 33 million people NATIVE LANGUAGES: English and French HEAD OF STATE: Queen Elizabeth II represented by Governor-General FORM OF GOVERNMENT: Constitutional monarchy PORTS: Halifax, Montreal, Quebec, Toronto LONGEST RIVER: the Mackenzie (4,341 km) HIGHEST POINT: Mount Logan (2,340 m) NATURAL RESOURCES: zink, nickel, gold, copper, lead NATIONAL HOLIDAY: Canada Day , 1 July (1867) MONEY: basic unit – Canadian dollar dollar NATIONAL SYMBOLS: Maple leaf and beaver NATIONAL ANTHEM: “O, Canada”

16 Canada is situated on the north of Northern America, washed by the Atlantic Ocean in the east, the Pacific Ocean in the west, and the Atlantic Ocean in the North and in the north-east by the Baffin Bay and the Davis Strait. 10 provinces: British Columbia Alberta Saskatchewan Manitoba Quebec Ontario New Brunswick Prince Edward Island Nova Scotia Newfoundland 3 territories: Yukon Northwest Territories Nunavut

17 The National Flag of Canada, popularly known as the Maple Leaf is a base red flag with a white square in its centre featuring a stylized, 11-pointed, red maple leaf. Canada's royal coat of arms is very closely modeled after the royal coat of arms of the United Kingdom – those of the Jacobean era in particular – though with distinctive Canadian elements replacing or added to those derived from the UK.

18 Ottawa is the national capital and an emerging centre of high-technology research. Its population is about 880,000 people. National Gallary Scotiabank Place Business Part

19 Ontario is known as Canada’s Heartland
Ontario is known as Canada’s Heartland. Population of about 12,800,000 people. Toronto is the largest city and the capital of Ontario. Ontario produces more than half of Canada’s manufactured goods. CN Tower Hamilton. Gore Park Bruce Peninsula White Trillium

20 Quebec is Canada’s largest province. Population: 7,700,000 people.
The capital is Quebec City. But Montreal is the largest city of the province. Montreal Quebec City Blue Flag Iris Appalachian Mountains

21 The population of British Columbia is about 4,380,000 people
The population of British Columbia is about 4,380,000 people. The capital is Victoria. The largest city of the province is Vancouver. Vancouver Yuho NP Pacific dogwood Victoria. Parliament Building Mount Robson

22 Alberta is Canada's prairie provinces. Population: 3,474,000 people
Alberta is Canada's prairie provinces. Population: 3,474,000 people. The capital city is Edmonton. Calgary is a major distribution and transportation hub and one of Canada's major commerce centres. Wild Rose Calgary Banff NP Edmonton

23 Canada’s territories take up more than a third of area
Canada’s territories take up more than a third of area. But they have a very small population and a very cold weather. The population Yukon is about 31,000 people, the capital is Whitehorse. Northwest Territories with capital Yellowknife – 42,000 people. The population of Nunavut is 31,000 people. Whitehorse Nunavut Legislative Building Yellowknife

24 Niagara Falls is a set of massive waterfalls located on the Niagara River, straddling the international border separating the Canadian province of Ontario and the U.S. state of New York. The falls are located 27 km north-northwest of Buffalo, New York, 120 km south-southeast of Toronto, Ontario, between the twin cities of Niagara Falls, Ontario, and Niagara Falls, New York. Niagara Falls

25 Animals of Canada are similar to those of Northerh Europe and Asia
Animals of Canada are similar to those of Northerh Europe and Asia. Among the carnivores are the ermine sable, beaver, wolferine, coyote, the black bear, lunx, wolf, fox and skunk. The polar bear is destributed to Arctic, the puma is found in BC.

26 Plant life varies with land type and climate
Plant life varies with land type and climate. Such trees as sugar maple, beach, coniferous trees, hemlock, yellow, red and white pine grow here.

27 What Do You Know about Canada?
What is the capital of Canada? Ottawa Which city is the largest? Toronto What is Canada’s nearest neighbour? The USA What is a popular Canadian animal? beaver What is the national tree in Canada? maple What is the official Languages in Canada? English and French

28 Tell about Canada using the chart:
Geographical location: … north of Northern America. Capital: … Total area: … square kilometres. Population: …people. Principal towns: … Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal. The longest river: … Mackenzie Principal industries: … zink, nickel, gold, coppers. Head of State … Queen … represented by … Animals: … National emblems: … World’s famous sights: … Activities to do: … to see…, to go...

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