2 AnotaceMateriál nastiňuje základní obecná fakta k maturitnímu tématu Canada. Část první. Umožňuje použití pro samostatnou práci. Je možné jej poskytnou nepřítomným žákům.AutorMgr. Filip Soviš (Autor)JazykAngličtinaOčekávaný výstup23–41–M/01 Strojírenství26-41-M/01 Elektrotechnika53-41-M/01 Zdravotnický asistent65-42-M/01 HotelnictvíSpeciální vzdělávací potřeby- žádné -Klíčová slovaCanada, General facts IDruh učebního materiáluPrezentaceDruh interaktivityKombinovanéCílová skupinaŽákStupeň a typ vzděláváníodborné vzděláváníTypická věková skupinaletVazby na ostatní materiályJe součástí ANJ konverzace
3 Canada PART I Basic Facts Provincies and Territories Languages Flag HistoryNative peoplePolitical SystemOther
4 What basic facts do you know about Canada? Canada from the Iroquois "kanata" = "village" or "settlement"Canada's nickname "The Great White North"located in the north of the continent of North Americathe second largest country by area in the world after Russiapart of the Commonwealtha maple leaf on the flag since 1965 (a big producer of maple syrup made from maple sap)a relatively small population of 30 millionhalf of the population British, 30% French and the rest are First Nations (Indians) and Inuit (Eskimos)six time zones (the Pacific Zone is 8 hours behind GMT)rich in raw materials: wheat, leather, timber (half of the country forests) and maple syrup
5 Can you divide the country? What do you know about its parts? CanadaCan you divide the country? What do you know about its parts?Ten provincesBritish Columbia (Victoria)Alberta (Edmonton)Saskatchewan (Regina)Manitoba (Winnipeg)Ontario (Toronto)Quebec (Quebec City)Newfoundland and Labrador (St. John's)New Brunswick (Fredericton)Nova Scotia (Halifax)Prince Edward Island (Charlottetown)Three territoriesNorthwest Territories (Yellowknife)Nunavut (Iqaluit)Yukon (Whitehorse)
6 What do you know about the history of Canada? settlement goes back 25,000 years in some areasthe Vikings about 1000 years agoin the 15th century Italian: Giovanni Caboto in 1497the French (Jacques Cartier in 1534) up to the 18th c. in the 16th century "New France" (along the St Lawrence River)from the 18th century, control moved to the British in the wars in 1763 an English colonyin 1812 the British colonies in Canada a war against the USAin 1867 a dominion of the United Kingdom = independent of the United Kingdom except in foreign affairsin 1982 formally separated from the UK (the Canada Act)
7 Who are the native inhabitants of Canada? Where do they live? came from Asia across a land bridge (now the Bering Strait)First Nations (in the 1980s to replace the term "Indian band"; across Canada, roughly half in Ontario and British Columbia)Inuit (singular is Inuk; the Canadian Arctic and subarctic of Nunavut; the northern third of Quebec; Labrador; the Northwest Territories; incorrectly and offensively referred to as "Eskimos")Métis = peoples of mixed European-First Nations ancestry
8 What languages are spoken in Canada? a multicultural / diverse country with two official languagesEnglish (about 70%)French (about 22%)English and French have equal status in federal courts, Parliament, and in all federal institutions11 Aboriginal language groups (only the Cree, Inuktitut and Ojibway languages have a large enough population)others: Chinese, Italian, German, Punjabi and Spanish
9 Could you describe the Canadian political system? CanadaCould you describe the Canadian political system?constitutional monarchyhead of state the monarch of the UK (currently Queen Elizabeth II) - her representative is the Governor Generalfederal system of government (national parliament in Ottawa)bicameral = the Senate (the Upper House; members appointed) and House of Commons (the Lower House; elected every 4 years)the government in the House of Commons (the leader is the prime minister)each province: unicameral parliament (the head is the premier)a member of the British Commonwealth of Nations
10 Canada Why is Canada popular tourist destination in your opinion? What are some popular places to visit in Canada?What is the easiest way to travel to/in Canada?
11 Bibliografické citace BRIDGE. Canada [online] [cit ]. Soubor typu PDF. Dostupné z: BURNIE, Glen a Rob RAESIDE. Flags of the World. CRW Flags' Online Catalog [online] , [cit ]. Dostupné z: ALT, Tobias. Peyto Lake-Banff NP-Canada [online] [cit ]. Obrázek typu JPEG, Creative Commons. Dostupné z: SMITH-DLUHÁ, Gabrielle. Angličtina: otázky a odpovědi nejen k maturitě. 1. vyd. Dubicko: INFOA, 2007, 231 s. Zrcadlový text. ISBN
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