Департамент образования города Братскамуниципальное общеобразовательное учреждение «Средняя общеобразовательная школа №30» The State Symbols of Canada Авторы:Емельянова Дарья Викторовна, ученица 11 класса,Вавилова Наталия Петровна, ученица 11 класса,Руководитель:Коврижных Лариса Ивановна, учитель английского языка первой квалификационной категории
The main aims: to give the general information about Canada, its provinces and territories;to introduce Canada’s symbols: its flag, coat of arms and anthem;to tell about the floral emblems of Canada’s provinces and territories and explain why they were chosen.
The tasks: to learn different materials;to find and sum up the necessary information;to carry out the survey on this theme.The Object of the research: CanadaThe Subject of the research: the Symbols of Canada.
Official name: CanadaArea: 3,851,790 sq mi (9,976,000 sq km)Capital: Ottawa (Ontario) Population: over 28 m people (1995) Major Languages: English and French
Form of Government: Constitutional Monarchy, which consists of a federation of 10 provinces, and 2 territories.Head of State: Queen of Britain, represented in Canada by the Governor General, whom she appoints on the advice of the Canadian government.Head of Government: Prime MinisterLegislature: Parliament, consisting of the crown, the Senate and the House of Commons; each province has its own legislature.
O Canada! Our home and native land! True patriot love in all thy sons command. With glowing hearts we see thee rise, The True North strong and free! From far and wide, O Canada, We stand on guard for thee. God keep our land glorious and free! O Canada, we stand on guard for thee. O Canada, we stand on guard for thee. Flag: A red flag with proportions of two for length and one for width, containing in its centre a white square the width of the flag, bearing a single red maple leaf.Anthems: National anthem – “O Canada” (Music by Calixa Lavalee), Royal anthem “God save the Queen”.
Canada’s provinces Nova ScotiaNew BrunswickOntarioQuebecManitobaBritish ColumbiaPrince Edward IslandSaskatchewanAlbertaNewfoundland and Labrador and their symbols Canada’s territories The Yukon TerritoryThe Northwest TerritoriesThe Nunavut
Nova Scotia 1 July 1867 Capital – Halifax Territory – 55,500sq.km. Floral symbol - The trailing arbutus
New Brunswick1 July 1867 Capital – FrederictonTerritory – 73,400sq.km. Floral symbol - the purple violet
Ontario1 July 1867 Capital – TorontoTerritory – 1,068,600sq.km. Floral symbol - The white trillium
Quebec1 July 1867 Floral symbol - The white garden lily Capital – QuebecTerritory – 1,540,700sq.km.
Manitoba15 July 1870 Capital – WinnipegTerritory – 650,000sq.km. Floral symbol - The wild prairie crocus
British Columbia20 July 1871 Floral symbol - the Pacific dogwood Capital – VictoriaTerritory – 947,800sq.km.
Prince Edward Island1 July 1873 Floral symbol - The trailing arbutus Capital – CharlottetownTerritory – 5,700sq.km.
Saskatchewan1 September 1905 Capital – ReginaTerritory – 652,300sq.km. Floral symbol - The prairie lily
Alberta1 September 1905 Capital – EdmontonTerritory – 661,200sq.km. Floral symbol - the wild rose
Newfoundland and Labrador31 March 1949 Capital – St. John’sTerritory – 405,700sq.km. Floral symbol - The pitcher plant
The Yukon Territory1898 Capital – WhitehorseTerritory – 483,500sq.km Floral symbol - The fireweed
The Northwest Territories15 July 1870 Capital – YellowknifeTerritory – 3,426,300sq.km. Floral symbol - the mountain avens
The Nunavut Capital – IqaluitTerritory – 1,900,000sq.km.