National Park of Canada Project
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National Park of Canada Project
What are National Parks?
National Parks are a country-wide system of representative natural areas of Canadian significance. By law, they are protected for public understanding, appreciation and enjoyment, while being maintained in an unimpaired state for future generations. National Parks have existed in Canada for over 100 years. Canada's first and oldest national park is Banff National Park (established in 1885) and is located in the Rocky Mountains of Alberta. Canada's newest national park is Tuktut Nogait National Park located north of the arctic circle in the Northwest Territories.
Tasks for Your National Park of Canada Project
Task: Produce a 6 panel brochure promoting your National Park of Canada. Answer this question: "Why should people from around the world visit your National Park of Canada?" Include photos and a bibliography. Keep a work log to record your progress.
Sources: Refer to your textbookand the Internet links shown below. Record all sources you use in your bibliography
Topic Selected: ___/5 Thinking marks
Content: ___/30 Thinking marks
Layout: ___/10 Communication marks
Significance of your era: ___/10 Application marks
Photos and Images with references sourced: ___/10 Communication marks
Bibliography: ___/30 Communication marks
Work Log: ___/10 Communication marks
Topics Chosen By Students
The following students have chosen the following Canadian National Parks for their National Park of Canada Projects.
- Ashley is researching about [?] located near ?
- Chrissy is researching about [?] located near ?
- Daniel is researching about Quttinirpaaq National Park of Canada located near Grise Fiord Canada’s most northerly permanent community on the southern coast of Ellesmere Island in Nunavut.
- Gabriela is researching about Ukkusiksalik National Park of Canada located near Repulse Bay, Nunavut
- Jacob is researching about [?] located near ?
- Jordan is researching about Aulavik National Park of Canada located near Sachs Harbour, Northwest Territories
- Miranda is researching about [?] located near ?
- Nicholas is researching about Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve and Haida Heritage Site located near Queen Charlotte, British Columbia
- Sam is researching about [?] located near ?
- Sandeep is researching about La Mauricie National Park of Canada located near Shawinigan, Québec.
Resources About National Parks of Canada
- Find a National Park in Canada For your project select one national park and tell your teacher about your choice.
- Resources for your National Park of Canada project
- Maps from the Atlas of Canada The Atlas of Canada provides authoritative, current and accessible geographic information products at a national level. Working with partners, the Atlas facilitates the integration and analysis of diverse data in order to increase overall knowledge about Canada.