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Québec Curriculum Objectives

Secondary I General Geography
Secondary II General History
Secondary III Geography of Québec and Canada

Objectives (Secondary I)
General Geography

5.2 Use the globe, the map of the world, and an atlas.

2.2.3 To use an atlas to locate geographical information.

Objectives (Secondary II)
General History

1.2 To use the means for retracing the evolution of societies.

1.2.3 To differentiate between types of documents.

5.2 To describe colonial expansion in America from the 16th to the 18th centuries.

5.2.2 To identify the social and economic consequences of European arrival in America.

Objectives (Secondary III)
Geography of Québec and Canada

2.1 To describe the main physiographic regions of Canada

2.1.2 To locate the physiographic regions of Canada.

2.1.3 To describe the five main physiographic regions of Canada

2.2 To show the importance of mines in Québec and Canada.

2.2.1 To associate the main ores with their mining centres or mining regions.

2.3 To show the importance of water as a resource.

2.3.1 To associate the rivers and lakes with their drainage basins.

2.3.2 To analyze the Atlantic and Pacific fisheries.

3.1 To show the importance of forests as a resource.

3.1.1 To correlate climate types and vegetation zones.

3.1.2 To analyze the commercial forests of Québec and British Columbia.

3.2 To show the importance of agriculture in Québec and Canada.

3.2.1 To analyze agriculture in Canada.

4.1 To show the importance of hydroelectricity in Québec.

4.1.3 To analyze the production of hydroelectric power in Québec.

4.2 To show the importance of fossil fuels as a resource.

4.2.1 To explain the location of the main producing areas and reserves of fossil fuels in Canada.

5.3 To analyze the composition of the population of Québec and Canada.

5.3.3 To describe the native peoples of Québec.

6.1 To give a profile of each region of Canada.

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