# C1.1 Canada - Lesson 3: Canada: a vast and empty country

C1.1: Canada: A vast and empty country

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In deze les zitten 30 slides, met interactieve quizzen en tekstslides.

Lesduur is: 45 min

## Onderdelen in deze les

C1.1: Canada: A vast and empty country

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#### Slide 1 -Tekstslide

What is the plan for today?

• Repeat of the most important parts of last lesson
• C1.1: Canada: A vast and empty country

#### Slide 2 -Tekstslide

Rules during class
1. A maximum of one person is speaking.
2. Raise your finger or hand if you want to say something.
3. Phones are off or quiet and are in your bag
4. Always bring your books: Coursebook, workbook, notebook & chromebook.

#### Slide 3 -Tekstslide

Goals of last lesson
1. You can explain the difference between a general map and a thematic map.
2. You are able to calculate the population desity of a country.
3. You can name 2 differences between Canada and the Netherlands.
4. You can name 2 similarities between Canada and the Netherlands.

#### Slide 4 -Tekstslide

General map

Map that shows the topography of an area: cities, rivers, seas, mountains, roads and railways.

#### Slide 5 -Tekstslide

Thematic map

Map about one theme. For example, climate or population density.

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Thematic map
B
General map

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Thematic map
B
General map

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Thematic map
B
General map

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Thematic map
B
General map

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Thematic map
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General map

#### Slide 11 -Quizvraag

CHECK 1, 2, 4 and 5

#### Slide 12 -Tekstslide

Second goal
You are able to calculate the population desity of a country.

#### Slide 13 -Tekstslide

Exercise 2

Take exercise 2 in front of you.

#### Slide 15 -Tekstslide

Goals of this lesson
1. You can describe the population distribution in a country, using words like north, southwest, east, etc.
2. You can name the four things you need to read a map.
3. You can calculate the distance on a map, using the scale number.

#### Slide 17 -Tekstslide

You can describe the population distribution in a country, using words like north, southwest, east, etc.

#### Slide 18 -Tekstslide

You can describe the population distribution in a country, using words like north, southwest, east, etc.

Map skills

#### Slide 20 -Tekstslide

Map skills
• Also use the Finish at page 20/21.

• Which four things do you need to read a map?
• Search for the definition of legend and scale in the Finish (p.20/21).
• Write down the titles of figure 1 and figure 3.

Map skills

#### Slide 22 -Tekstslide

How to calculate by scale?
"With the scale you can calculate the "real distance"."

• Example: Scale is 1 : 100 000.
• 1 cm on the map is 100.000 cm in real.
• The scale is always in kilometres.

#### Slide 23 -Tekstslide

Calculate by scale

#### Slide 24 -Tekstslide

Calculate KM -> "Hand off"

Make exercise 7.

#### Slide 26 -Tekstslide

You can calculate the distance on a map, using the scale number.

#### Slide 27 -Tekstslide

Let's go!
• Make exercises 6, 7 & 9 of paragraph 1 in your workbook.
Rules while working:
• You're allowed to work together with your neighbor (WHISPERING).
• Raise your finger if you've a question.

You've till the end of this lesson, what's left is homework!

#### Slide 28 -Tekstslide

Goals of this lesson
1. You can describe the population distribution in a country, using words like north, southwest, east, etc.
2. You can name the four things you need to read a map.
3. You can calculate the distance on a map, using the scale number.

#### Slide 29 -Tekstslide

Homework
Make exercises 5, 6 & 9 of paragraph 1 in your workbook.