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Title: French Culture in Canada


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French Culture in Canada

A D
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Introductory paragraph
  • This power point presentation is about Quebec.
    There is the location, size and landscape of
    Quebec. The French Canadian food such as the
    traditional and modern cuisine and festive meals
    . The famous French Canadians, history, creative
    works, traditions and language. Sit back and
    enjoy learning about Qubec.

3
The Frenchs food
This section is about the Quebec residence and
the food that they eat. You will learn about the
traditional cuisine and the modern cuisine.
4
The traditional cuisine
  • The Quebec residences are famous for their
    traditional cuisine. These are foods that are
    in the traditional cuisine pea soup, baked beans,
    ham and maple desserts.

Pea soup
5
Modern Cuisine
  • Quebec residence have a modern cuisine including
    many foods
  • Examples
  • whippet cookies are kind of like wagon wheels
  • poutine is like gravy and fries
  • pastrami is smoked meat

poutine
Whippet cookie
6
LANDSCAPE
  • Quebec has three parts one huge part and two
    smaller parts. The huge part is thee Canadian
    shield covers ninety five percent of Quebec. The
    rest of Quebec is covered by the Saint Lawrence
    river and the Appalachian mountains they share
    the five percent left of Quebec.

Appalachia mountains
Canadian shield
Saint Lawrence river
7
Location, Size and Landscape
In this section you will learn about the
population, area and the landscape of Quebec
8
SIZE
  • The population of Quebec is 7,546,131 people
    according to the 2006 census
  • 1,542,056. km2 is the area of Quebec.
  • Quebec is three times the size of France forty
    times the size of Switzerland and fifty time the
    size of Belgium.
  • Quebec is the largest of the ten provinces in
    Canada by area.
  • Quebec is the second larges province in people
    and largest in area.

9
Location
  • Quebec is located in the North east corner of
    North America.
  • Quebec is in the central part of Canada

Quebec
Quebec
10
History and famous French Canadians
  • In this section you will learn about the history
    of Quebec. Famous French Canadians. Like poets
    and singers.

11
History
  • Quebec was found in 1534 by Jacques Cartier.
  • The English and French both wanted New France
    (Quebec) to be theirs.
  • The European started to settle In the 1600s and
    the 1700s

New France
12
Famous French Canadians
  • Celine Dion is a famous French Canadian singer
  • Calixa Lavallée was the composer of O Canada
  • Felix Leclerc is a poet and a chansonnier

Celine Dion
13
Traditions and language
  • In the Traditions page you will learn about
    things like the sugar shack season. And the
    Quebec winter carnivals. That is just a few
    examples. On the language page you will learn
    about how many people speak French in Quebec.
    That French is a native language. And more

14
Language
  • 82 of Quebec speak French
  • French is the native language in Quebec
  • the European French settled and that is why the
    Quebecois speak French

15
traditions
  • The French have sugar shack season they make
    maple syrup in the sugar shack season
  • The sugar shack season is in the spring when the
    snow starts to melt
  • The Quebecois have a winter carnival as a
    tradition every year
  • The Quebecois winter carnivals start every year
    on the last week of February

Men making maple syrup in sugar shack season
Ice sculpture on winter carnival
16
Creative works
  • In this section you will learn about creative
    works like artists.

17
Creative works
  • Celine Dion is famous French Canadian and falls
    under the category of creative works to
  • Émile Paul is a French Canadian painter
  • Denise Pelletier is a French Canadian actress

Celine Dion
18
Recourses
  • http//www.orbislingua.com
  • http//en.wikipedia.org
  • http//www3.telus.net
  • http//surbrook.devermore.net
  • http//www.happyones.com
  • http//image.guardian.co.uk
  • http//www.meadwildlife.org
  • http//www.highonadventure.com/

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Recourse
http//canadaonline.about.com
http//www.quebec-guidetouristique.travel
http//www.answer.com
http//www.khatvanga.com
http//electron.mit.edu
http//upload.wikimedia.org
20
Recourses
  • http//www.arcticphoto.co.uk
  • http//www.escapetours.org
  • http//www.lamescolanza.com

21
Concluding paragraph
  • From this webquest I learned a lot. I learned the
    traditions of Quebec are very fun. That Quebec is
    the largest province in area and second largest
    in people. When Quebec was found and who it was
    found by. I also learned that they eat food
    almost like ours and that they have lots of
    famous people. This is just a few things that I
    learned.
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