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The History of Curling in Canada

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Miniature Curling Checklist

Activities 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7

Name: ____________________________________  Date: ____________________

  Yes No
All elements of curling surface included    
Colours used accurately    
Measurements included    
Scoreboard included and accurate    
"Rocks" created and portrayed accurately    
Simplified rules of curling displayed and accurate    
Code of curling ethics displayed    
Ability to use the game board to "curl"    
Demonstrated code of ethics while "curling"    
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Suggested Activity Modifications

  • Reduce the number of items required
  • Assist the students with reading the research information or provide an audio version
  • Provide extra time
  • Have students work in pairs or small groups
  • Provide an opportunity for students to dictate orally both the information and the paragraph
  • Create a date timeline for the students, which they can then use to plot the dates and information
  • Provide a format for a crossword puzzle

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