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Immigration Multi- culturalism Terms Population Pyramids Quebec and Ontario The Prairies Topo Maps
Beliefs, customs, skills, dress, foods, religion, arts, and language Facts100
Culture A 100
A tradition that you bring with you from another country A 200
Cultural baggage A 200
The process whereby an immigrant gradually adopts the culture of the large group in which they live A 300
Assimilate A 300
When children adopt to the culture of the new country faster than their parents A 400
Cultural Gap A 400
The feeling or action of hostility towards a person of another race or culture A 500
Racism A 500
Something that is good that makes people want to move to a place B 100
Pull factor B 100
B 200 Something bad that makes people want to move away from a country
B 200 Push Factor
The three Canadian cities where most immigrants settle B 300
Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver B 300
If someone arrives at an airport in Canada and says they are this:_____, under Canadian law we must allow them to stay and investigate their claim B 400
A Political Refugee B 400
B 500 The continent where most of the immigrants to Canada come from today
B 500 Asia
C 100 A population pyramid with a wide base shows a birth rate that is this.
C 100 High
How many years is a cohort interval on a population pyramid? C 200
A population pyramid that quickly narrows to a peak, is a population that life expectancy that is this C 300
Short C 300
DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager
C 400 Population pyramids for Africa narrow quickly because of this disease
C 400 Aids
On a population pyramid for Canada, what is your generation called? C 500
Echo C 500
Name of the original farmers in Quebec (Think of the Montreal Canadiens) D 100
Habitants D 100
Method of land division in Quebec D 200
Seigneurial System or Long Lot System D 200
System of land division in Ontario D 300
Concession System D 300
The main product or type of farm that the St. Lawrence area is known for: D 400
Dairy D 400
D 500 What the Niagara region in Ontario is known for.
D 500 Fruit, Wine
E 100 What the first settlers to the Prairies made their houses out of
E 100 Sod
E 200 The few trees on the Prairies are found near this
E 200 Streams and Rivers
The size of an original Prairie homestead E 300
160 acres or 64 hectares E 300
The main reason the Prairies are so flat E 400
It was covered by a great inland sea E 400
Land on the prairies was essentially free, but you had to farm the land for this many years before you owned it E 500
Three E 500
F 100 Represented by green on a topo map
F 100 Trees
F 200 Represented by white on a topo map of the prairies
F 200 Agricultural Land
F 300 The colour of contour lines on a topo map
F 300 Brown
F 400 The land is this when contour lines are far apart
F 400 Flat
F 500 When finding an exact point using military grid, the number is this many digits
F 500 Six
The Final Jeopardy Category is: Canadian Agricultural Regions Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin
Name one of the three main fruit growing regions in Canada Click on screen to continue
The Okanagan Valley, the Niagara Peninsula, and the Annapolis Valley Click on screen to continue
Thank You for Playing Geography Jeopardy! Brought to you by the Glenview Geography Department
Category Category Category Category Category.
Grade 9 Geography SETTLEMENT Jeopardy Historic Settlement Patterns ImmigrationLand Use Types PopulationsNative Issues
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THIS IS With Hosts... Your Canada’s Human Landscape Growth/ Decline of settlements Classifying Communities A Regional Perspective.
THIS IS With Hosts... Your Ms. Wilda and Mrs. Umer!
THIS IS With Host... Your KI 1 KI 2KI 3 KI 4.
THIS IS With Host... Your Divisibilty Greatest Common Factor Prime Or Composite? Prime Factorizaiton Divisibility Rules 100 Least.
Diversity Population Population density Culture Cultural imprints Multiculturalism Demography Birth rate Death rate Immigration
Cultures of the United States and Canada Jeopardy Vocabulary Native Americans Canadian Culture
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CANADA Key Terms and Places. Key Terms and Place Flash Cards Rocky Mountains St. Lawrence River Niagara Falls Canadian Shield Grand Banks Pulp Newsprint.
Settlement Patterns. Is Canada’s population evenly distributed across the country?
THIS IS Asia Stone Age Mesopotamia Egypt LandformsGeography.
Canada is a Multicultural society. Over 4.3 million people living in Canada were born in another country (>16% of the pop.). Immigrant bring customs.
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THIS IS With Host... Your Vocabulary Branches of Government Ohio Presidents More Vocabulary Other Facts More Facts.
Settlement Patterns and Urban Land Use:. Population Distribution Population Distribution- Pattern of where people live in a region, or country. Two main.
THIS IS With Host... Your ContinentsOceansKinds of Maps Themes of Geography Landforms Parts of a Map.
THIS IS With Host... Your Derivatives Diff’ability Physics Inverse Functions Exponential & Logs Special Rules.
Blank Jeopardy. Category #1 Category #2 Category #3 Category #4 Category #
The Beginnings of Civilizations. The 4 H’sAg Early Civilizations Migration Anything goes Double Jeopardy Final Jeopardy.
Category Heading Category Heading Category Heading.
History of Canada’s Immigration. 94% of all immigrants move to one of only four provinces (Ontario, B.C., Quebec, Alberta) Most immigrants settle in large.
Immigration. Today ….. Terminology Factors that influence immigration/emigration Fact or Myth quiz! The 3 types of immigrants The history of immigration.
THIS IS With Hostesses... Your Short Story Terms CharactersPlot Figurative Language MORE Short Story Terms Mythology & Epic Poem.
SETTLEMENT PATTERNS. Population Distribution Pattern where people live in a region or country.
Category 1 Category 2 Category 3 Category 4 Category.
New France Diversifying the economy Expansion of shipyard of Rivière Saint-Charles in Québec City. Building a tannery at Pointe-Lévy. The French.
THIS IS With Host... Your Ice Age Geography Ice Age Exploration Viking Geography Viking Exploration The Tough Stuff.
Nouvelle France. Samuel de Champlain Champlain founded 3 settlements for the King of France: Port Royal (present day Nova Scotia); Sainte Croix.
THIS IS With Hosts... Your Geography & Culture Vocab Religions of the ME Islam 101Conflicts in the ME Grab Bag World Cultures.
Rural Settlement Patterns. Distribution Patterns There are three main distribution patterns: Dispersed - (spread out) patterns that are found in areas.
THIS IS With Hosts... Your Geography Culture and Today Vocab Which country am I? ReligionsGrab Bag World Cultures Review.
THIS IS With Host... Your Pythagorean Theorem 1 Pythagorean Theoorem 2 Functions 1 Functions 2 Volume 1 Volume
Hi Kids! I’m your host, Alex Trebeck. The Missionaries The Oregon Trail Exploring by Sea Plateau People $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400.
THIS IS With Host... Your Greece Democracy USA / Greece Gov’t ArchitectureOlympics Geography Greece.
Class Review Jeopardy With your host/hostess, Your Classmate.
The Human Landscape- Who We Are Chapter 4. Population: Measure of the # of people who live in a specific place at a specific time. Usually follow a political.
THE RULES: All teams play each question Give each answer in the form of a question Host’s decisions are FINAL.
THIS IS With Host... Your Column A AColumn B BColumn C CColumn D DColumn E E Column F.
Canada Land and People. Physical Regions What is a physical region? What is a physical region? Area of land that differs from other regions because of.
Grade 9 Geography Unit 4 – Human Connections Jeopardy Indian ActSettlement Patterns History of First Nations ImmigrationMulticulturalism
Ch. 19 Rural Settlement Patterns Government says high number of immigrants will help economic recovery - The Globe and Mail.
Team 4Team 5 Team 6 Team 1Team 2Team 3 Round 2 Final Jeopardy Round 1.
Where is NJ New Jersey’s Natural Regions Climate & Resources The Lenape
Immigration in Canada. Multiculturalism Immigrants or descendants of immigrants make up 98% of Canadians. Canada is a multicultural society.
How are people ‘organized’ around the country and why are they organized that way?
© Mark E. Damon - All Rights Reserved Group 1Group 2 Group 3 Round 1 Final Jeopardy Round 1.
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