Digital Social Studies Lesson

Name: Kent Walchuk Date: Spring 2020 Discipline: Social Studies Grade Level: 3-5

Topic: Geographic Representation

Lesson Focus: - Canadian , , and Capital

Standard(s): - G.3_5.1 Construct maps, graphs, and other representations of both familiar and unfamiliar places.

Objective(s): - Students will locate the thirteen Canadian provinces and territories, as well as their capital cities, on a map.

Assessment: - Students will have an assess their final maps at the end of the lesson (use Prezi as a reference)

Materials: - Computer - Printer - Prezi - Blank Map of - Pencil - Pencil Crayons/Crayons

Procedure: (Students will follow along with the Prezi) - Students will use Prezi to learn about the 13 provinces, territories, and capital cities of Canada. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) Newfoundland & 8) 9) 10) 11) 12) 13) - Once students successfully go through all 13 slides, they will then click on the scavenger hunt tab - Students will then get (or print off) a copy of the “Blank Canada Map” and fill in the corresponding provinces/territories (Bonus for adding capital cities) - Next, students will complete the “Canadian Scavenger Hunt” and add the 13 clues to their map! - Once completed, students will have their very own map of Canada that includes all the provinces, territories, capital cities, and a visual to help them remember them. - Next, students will watch “The Ultimate Travel Guide – Canada” which will provide them with more knowledge about Canada and tie in many things learned throughout the lesson. - Social Studies Skill Builder Activity: Lastly, students will play the Canadian provinces/territories and capital cities games. This is an interactive way to showcase what they have learned throughout the lesson. The objective is to locate the location of the provinces/territories and capital cities on an interactive map

Modification/Differentiation: - If students do not have access to a printer to print off the blank map of Canada, they can just take notes about each / in a personal notebook or piece of paper.

Resources: - Prezi: - YouTube Video: - Provinces/Territories Game: - Capital Cities Game:

*Bonus points for including the name of the CAPITAL of each province/territory