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Student Handout - Activity 8

Settlement Dwelling Games


Name: ___________________ Date: ______________


Graphical element:  Jacques LeCastor  

Included on The Kids' Site of Canadian Settlement are six interactive computer games that will teach you about various dwellings used by settlement groups in Canada.

I will be there to give instructions, provide help and also give you information about each type of dwelling.

Use this handout to help you keep track of the games and what you learned while playing each game. Enjoy the games!

Jacques LeCastor


Settlement Dwelling Games

Name of game Type of dwelling What I/we learned about the dwelling
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 




Rubric - Activity 8

Settlement Dwelling Games


Name: ___________________ Date: ______________


Instructions

Excellent   Good   Fair   Needs Improvement
4   3   2   1


In the box at the end of each line place the number that best describes your work on this activity.

I/We followed the instructions correctly to play the games.  
I/We read the information provided to learn more about the dwelling.  
I/We used the clues provided to help solve the challenges of the game.  


Student Reflection

The game I/we enjoyed the most was:


The reason why I/we liked it the best is:


The game I/we learned the most from was:


The reason why I/we chose this as my best learning tool is:




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