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Lesson 1: Does everyone see Alberta the same way? You already know a great deal about Alberta and will have a chance to share stories and information.

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2 Lesson 1: Does everyone see Alberta the same way? You already know a great deal about Alberta and will have a chance to share stories and information throughout the year. Four Stations: Alberta’s People Alberta’s Places Alberta’s Past Alberta’s Present

3 What do we know about Alberta’s Places?

4 What do we know about Alberta’s People?

5 What do we know about Alberta’s Past?

6 What do we know about Alberta’s Present?

7 Using the Textbook Review pages vi- ix with students Key Questions Inquiry Model (inquiry, research, participate) Pause Questions What Have We Learned? Skills Centre (Book 1- p. 144, Book 2- p.298)

8 Our Alberta Treasure Hunt Pages 1-5 in Hand-Out Complete together as a class (fill in on smart notebook)

9 Chapter 1 Lesson 1.2 “How do fossil discoveries help us understand Alberta’s past?” Read the following 3 stories about paleontologists: Joseph B. Tyrrell (textbook p. 9) Wendy Sloboda (textbook p. 10) Kevin Aulenback’s “The Find at devil’s Coulee” Create a three-section cartoon strip as described in handout

10 People and Places- Our Visit to the Royal Tyrrell Museum Textbook Page Sharing Fossil History- Page 15 What Have We Learned- Pages 16-17

11 Alberta Map Assignment Refer to handout ( Unit 1 Alberta: A Sense of the Land)

12 Alberta Map Assignment With your group, complete your map of Alberta by doing the following: Paint the regions different colors. Put a title on your map Locate the 6 regions and draw them on your map. Make a legend to show all the different regions. Draw a compass. Indicate where Elk Point would be. Show where Edmonton is on the map. Show where the Columbia Icefields are. Make sure the regions match the legend!

13 Level Criteria 4 Exemplary 3 Proficient 2 Developing 1 Beginning Displays Data Map accurately shows the different regions. Lines are drawn in the appropriate places. Regions are identified correctly. It also correctly identifies Elk Point, Edmonton and Columbia Icefield. Map accurately shows different regions and most lines are placed appropriately. Regions are identified correctly. It also correctly identifies Elk Point, Edmonton and Columbia Icefield. Map shows different regions but does not present an accurate visual of where they are located. There are also mistakes in the locations Elk Point, Edmonton and Columbia Icefield. Map shows the different regions unclearly. Regions are not in the appropriate places. The map does not show Elk Point, Edmonton and Columbia Icefield. Legend Legend is correctly colored and labeled. It corresponds with the correct regions on the map. Legend is mostly correct but contains one or two mistakes in spelling or coloring. Legend is present but contains more than two mistakes. Ineffective use of a legend. Legend does not correspond with map. Painting Map is complete and neatly painted. Map is complete and fairy neatly painted. Map is complete, but not neatly painted. Map is not complete and/ or painting detracts from the information on the map. Other Aspects Map includes an appropriate title and a correctly labelled compass. Map has one or two mistakes in the title or compass. Map has more than two mistakes in the title or compass. Map does not include a title and/ or compass.

14 Legend 1.___________________________ 2. ____________________________ 3. ____________________________ 4. ____________________________ 5. ____________________________ 6. ____________________________ Regions of Alberta

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16  Put a title on your map.  Locate the 6 regions and draw them on your map.  Make a legend to show all the different regions.  Draw a compass.  Indicate where Elk Point would be.  Show where Edmonton is on the map.  Show where the Columbia Icefields are. Make sure the regions match the legend!

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