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CGC1P - Issues in Canadian Geography, Applied(加拿大地理问应用科程)

20 小时

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1.0

课程学分

110 小时

课程时数

10 周

课程长度

初三 [第9班]

级别

上课模式

  • 一对一 (一位老师对一位学生)
  • 一对四 (一位老师对四位学生)

先决条件

课程详情

本课程重点介绍影响加拿大人的当前地理问题。学生将在探讨与食物和水供应,竞争土地使用,与自然环境的互动以及与加拿大可持续生活相关的其他主题相关的问题时,利用他们的个人和日常经验。他们还将意识到影响他们在加拿大生活的问题与世界其他地区的问题相互关联。在整个课程中,学生将使用地理思维,地理探究过程和空间技术的概念来指导和支持他们的调查。
 
 

A. GEOGRAPHIC INQUIRY AND SKILL DEVELOPMENT

OVERALL EXPECTATIONS
Throughout this course, students will:

  1. Geographic Inquiry: use the geographic inquiry process and the concepts of geographic thinking when investigating issues relating to Canadian geography;
  2. Developing Transferable Skills: apply in everyday contexts skills, including spatial technology skills, developed through the investigation of Canadian geography, and identify some careers in which a background in geography might be an asset.
     

B. INTERACTIONS IN THE PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT

OVERALL EXPECTATIONS
By the end of this course, students will:

  1. Natural Processes and Human Activity: analyse some interactions between physical processes, events, and phenomena and human activities in Canada (FOCUS ON: Interrelationships; Geographic Perspective)
  2. Influence of the Natural Environment on Human Activity: explain how physical processes and the natural environment influence human activity in Canada (FOCUS ON: Spatial Significance; Interrelationships)
  3. Characteristics of Canada’s Natural Environment: describe some natural processes and key characteristics of the natural environment in Canada (FOCUS ON: Spatial Significance; Patterns and Trends)
     

C. MANAGING CANADA’S RESOURCES AND INDUSTRIES

OVERALL EXPECTATIONS
By the end of this course, students will:

  1. Managing Resources: assess the influence of personal choices and community actions on the use of natural resources in Canada (FOCUS ON: Interrelationships; Geographic Perspective)
  2. Canadian Industries: describe the economic, environmental, social, and political significance of selected aspects of Canada’s resources and industries (FOCUS ON: Patterns and Trends; Geographic Perspective)
  3. The Use of Natural Resources: describe the distribution and use of selected natural resources in Canada (FOCUS ON: Spatial Significance; Interrelationships)
     

D. CHANGING POPULATIONS

OVERALL EXPECTATIONS
By the end of this course, students will:

  1. Population Trends and Their Impacts: assess the impact on Canadian communities of changes in the characteristics of Canada’s population, and describe ways of responding to these changes (FOCUS ON: Patterns and Trends; Geographic Perspective)
  2. Immigration Trends: analyse recent immigration trends in Canada (FOCUS ON: Interrelationships; Patterns and Trends)
  3. Population Characteristics: describe key characteristics of population settlements in Canada and the major demographic characteristics of the Canadian population (FOCUS ON: Spatial Significance; Patterns and Trends)
     

E. LIVEABLE COMMUNITIES

OVERALL EXPECTATIONS
By the end of this course, students will:

  1. Sustainable Communities: identify factors that affect the sustainability of communities, and describe strategies for improving their sustainability (FOCUS ON: Interrelationships; Geographic Perspective)
  2. Impacts of Land Use: analyse impacts of land use in Canada on communities and the natural environment (FOCUS ON: Spatial Significance; Interrelationships)
  3. Patterns of Land Use: describe patterns of land use in their local community (FOCUS ON: Spatial Significance; Patterns and Trends)
     
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