Canada 1

1 / 28
Slide 1: Slide
EngelsMBOStudiejaar 2

This lesson contains 28 slides, with interactive quizzes, text slides and 10 videos.

Items in this lesson

Slide 1 - Slide


Slide 2 - Video

Slide 3 - Video

Population of

Slide 4 - Slide

At the end of the lesson students:
-know where the most people live and why.
-know different backgrounds.
-know that the increase changes. 

Slide 5 - Slide

Slide 6 - Video

How many people approximately live in Canada?
34 Million
35 Million
36 Million
37 Million

Slide 7 - Quiz

Where do most of the people live?
90% lives within 260 km of the American border.
80% lives within 260 km of the American border.
90% lives within 160 km of the American border.
80% lives within 160 km of the American border.

Slide 8 - Quiz

What is the density per square km?

Slide 9 - Quiz

What is the main population growth in the past and today?
past 90% natural now 90% immigrants
past 90% natural now 70% immigrants
past 70% natural now 90% immigrants
past 70% natural now 70% immigrants

Slide 10 - Quiz

Can you tell why Nunavut is increasing the fastest?

Slide 11 - Open question

OTTAWA — Quick: which region of Canada came out on top as the country’s fastest growing province or territory in the 2016 census?

Step right up, Nunavut: the remote northern territory boasted a 12.7 per cent increase in its population between the 2011 count and 2016, a significant improvement over the 8.3 per cent increase recorded five years ago. 

And it’s all thanks to the region’s sky-high fertility rate. 

Nunavut’s population of 35,944 outstripped that of Yukon by just 70 people, marking the first time since the territory was founded in 1999 that its ranks exceeded those of Canada’s northwest-most region. 

Statistics Canada attributed the increase almost exclusively to a fertility rate in Nunavut of 2.9, well past the national average of 1.6. The fertility rate refers to the number of children a hypothetical woman would have over the course of her reproductive life, based on females aged 15 to 49. 

Earlier census releases have suggested a higher birth rate and younger median age among Canada’s indigenous population, although the 2016 data on Aboriginal Peoples won’t be made public until late October. 

However, Wednesday’s release does offer a glimpse at changes to on-reserve populations.

Across the country, the population on reserve increased at a rate of 4.4 per cent between 2011 and 2016, which was below the national average of five per cent.

Overall, the on-reserve population in Canada increased to 381,890 from 365,903, representing just over one per cent of Canada’s overall population.

Slide 12 - Slide

Twentieth Century Immigration

Slide 13 - Slide

Slide 14 - Video

Top 3 immigrants to Canada nowadays.
Place them in correct order.

Slide 15 - Drag question

Top 3 immigrants to Canada around 1900.
Can you place them in correct order? 
There are shared places possible.

Slide 16 - Drag question

Different cultures in Canada.

What is your opinion?
-Is their culture/ancestery stronger than somewhere else in the world?
-Do they hold on to their backgrounds too much?
-Or are Canadian people who they are because of the different cultures,       ancestors and backgrounds?

Slide 17 - Slide

British Canadians
British Canadians. 
When you watch this video you get a real feel of the island life. Maybe you can also relate it to Irish, Gaelic or even Scandinavian.

Slide 18 - Slide

Slide 19 - Video

French Canadians
So lets see the French influences in daily life French Canadians. Besides teh language, do they still hang on to their ancestery?

Slide 20 - Slide

Slide 21 - Video

Slide 22 - Video

Scottish Canadians
Friend of my youth.
To connect it all to the story "Friend of my youth" now a video about Scottish Canadians. How Scottish/Gaelic still influences their daily life.

Slide 23 - Slide

Slide 24 - Video

Slide 25 - Video

Indigenous people 2020
And to end where it all started, the indigenous people. 

Slide 26 - Slide

Slide 27 - Video

A.P.A. Jantine Kuipers
Aboriginal-canadians. (2017, May 3). [Photograph]. Retrieved from
Canada explore. (2012, November 20). Canada shared by Canadians [Video file]. YouTube. Retrieved from
Canada explore. (2019, June 21). Indegenous Canada, a story to tell [Video file]. YouTube. Retrieved from
Canada-Population-_39584524 . (2019, October 2). [Photograph]. Retrieved from
Canadian Press. (2017, February 8). Nunavut is growing faster. Retrieved May 22, 2020, from
CanadianVisa . (n.d.). Retrieved May 23, 2020, from
Celtic Heart. (2012, October 6). Cape Breton Island - The Celtic Heart of North America [Video file]. YouTube. Retrieved from
A.P.A. Jantine Kuipers (2)
CTV News. (2017, October 26). Census reveals growing Canadian diversity [Video file]. YouTube. Retrieved from
Fleurdelise. (2020, March 17). [Photograph]. Retrieved from
Go-Van. (2020, March 30). A roadtril in Manitoba will surprise you [Video file]. YouTube. Retrieved from (2019, January 14). Canada-Welcome_91145535 [Photograph]. Retrieved from
Kalbach, W. E. (2006, February 7). Population of Canada. Retrieved May 24, 2020, from
Kirk. (2019, January 24). Canadian-immigration-750x410 [Photograph]. Retrieved from
Macrovector. (2019, April 20). Canada travel guide [Vector]. Retrieved from
A.P.A. Jantine Kuipers (3)
main. (2017, July 1). [Photograph]. Retrieved from
main-qimg-18263821090d929c6e5ed3832e1d799b-c (1). (2017, May 25). [Photograph]. Retrieved from
Staniç, M. (2017, October 25). Canada 4K travel [Video file]. YouTube. Retrieved from
UK_Canada.png. (2020, April 9). [Photograph]. Retrieved from
Untold Films. (2017, July 1). A documentary about Canada [Video file]. YouTube. Retrieved from
Virtual High School. (2019, February 5). Canada’s Population Characteristics [Video file]. YouTube. Retrieved from

Slide 28 - Slide