Complete Unit Plan for Grade 9 Applied Changing Populations Unit
**Note: textbook is required for use of unit plan in its entirety - some days no textbook required however**
**It is highly likely a newer edition of this same textbook would suffice the page numbers would likely not align exactly, but content would likely be very similar**
Making Connections – Canada’s Geography (1999) by Bruce W. Clark and John K. Wallace
Unit Guiding Questions
1. In what ways have Canadian communities changed in relation to population, and how has economic, social, and environment impacts caused these changes in population to happen?
2. How have the immigration trends changed throughout Canada and what are the implications of these changes on current and future populations?
3. What are the commonalities between communities, immigration, demographics, and population and what future implications does this have for Canadians?
4. What are the demographic characteristics of Canadian population and how has this changed over time? What significance does this pattern create for Canadians?
Each lesson is broken down into:
- Appendix (includes assessment techniques as well as required handouts)
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