This is the file you will upload to Canvas with your answers.i attach the worksheet please answers in the attach workshop file.u don’t have to do recording part just simple answer the question in the worksheet This assignment is worth 110 points and will be scaled to 15% of the final grade.Part 1: Reading and Notetaking (25 Points)Watch and read these sources:VideosJessica Fielder, “How have environmental issues affected Canada?   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z1U1OrygJPwOnline TextbookJohn Belshaw, Canadian History: Post-Confederation: 11.2 Environment and Colonialism, BC Open Textbook Project, 2012.https://opentextbc.ca/postconfederation/chapter/11-2-environment-and-colonialism/TextbookRobert Wardhaugh and Alan MacEachern – Destinies: Canadian History Since Confederationhttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1ZQoVkO7perf2h7UBdW-0Qal5a2dgv1EX/view?usp=sharing (Links to an external site.)Online EncyclopediaThe Canadian Encyclopedia, “Timeline – The Environmental Movement”https://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/timeline/environment (Links to an external site.)The Canadian Encyclopedia, “Environmental Governance”https://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/environmental-governance (Links to an external site.)Take Notes on what you Read/Watched:Do not cut and paste; put the ideas into your own wordsNotes should be short. 8-10 words or lessFocus on main ideas (who, what, when, where, what, why).Use the chart on the next page to take notesNo footnote or other citations are needed for the note taking section (we’ll do that later)Video – Jessica Fielder (15 notes)·       Online Textbook – John Belshaw (5 notes)·       Textbook – Wardhaugh and MacEachern (15 notes)·       Online Encyclopedia – Canadian Encyclopedia (10 notes)·       Part 2: Chicago Style Bibliography (10 Points)Make a Chicago Style bibliography from the sources you used to take notes.Visit Writing and Learning Centre for Help with Chicago Style:https://alexandercollege.ca/student-success/writing-and-learning-centre/Write your bibliography entries here:1.     Video Citation·       2.     Online Textbook Citation·       3.     Textbook Citation·       4.     Canadian Encyclopedia Citation·       5.     Canadian Encyclopedia Citation·       Part 3: Primary Source Analysis (35 Points)Read the following documents and answer the questions in sentence form. The answer for each section should be about 200 words and the total word count for all three documents is 600 words.Remember, these documents are very difficult to read and understand. You should read them multiple times and use a dictionary to help with vocabulary. Look up, or ask your instructor about, any concepts you may not understand.Documents are here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/130GF5kQhvkO_K_iHrMftfOH39bIkKdvT/view?usp=sharing (Links to an external site.)1. Authors: R. Hunter and R. WeylerDocument: “To Save a Whale: The Voyages of Greenpeace, 1978”1.     What do the authors describe on pages 561 and 562? Why would they do so?·       2.     Why do the authors believe they had to protect the whales/environment?·       3.     Describe all the challenges they faced to get the first Greenpeace ship operational. Who was involved and what did they have to do?·       2. Author: David SuzukiDocument: “Time to Change: Essays, 1994”1.     What was the problem with the cod/fish? What caused the problem? What did this mean for the people living in the area?·       2.     What does the future of the cod depend upon? What is a sustainable fishery? Explain.·       3.     What lessons can be learned from the tragedy of the cod fishery? What does Suzuki propose for the future?·       3. Author: Tzeporah BermanDocument: Clayoquot and Dissent: 19941.     What is Clayoquot Sound? Who was involved with the protests and what/who were they protesting?·       2.     What did the government propose in 1993? What were they problems with this proposal? What happened after?·       3.     What was the Peace Camp? Who went there and why?·       4.     What is Berman’s message to the reader?·       answer the following question What are some of the harmful things Canadians have done to their environment? Explain at least five examples from history.Identify three Canadian environmentalists and describe what they have done to help protect the environment.What have Canadian governments done, and not done, to protect the environment in Canada?Many politicians say, “If you want jobs, we can’t protect the environment. Environmental protection is too expensive.” What would you say to these politicians?What kinds of relationships do Canadians have with their environment? Do you see any contradictions or ironies?
This is the file you will upload to Canvas with your answers. i attach the worksheet please answers in the attach workshop file. u don’t have to do recording part just simple answer the question i
History 102 Assignment Canadians and their Environment Download and save this file to your desktop. This is the file you will upload to Canvas with your answers. This assignment is worth 110 points and will be scaled to 15% of the final grade. Part 1: Reading and Notetaking (25 Points) Watch and read these sources: Videos Jessica Fielder, “How have environmental issues affected Canada?” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z1U1OrygJPw Online Textbook John Belshaw, Canadian History: Post-Confederation: 11.2 Environment and Colonialism, BC Open Textbook Project, 2012. https://opentextbc.ca/postconfederation/chapter/11-2-environment-and-colonialism/ Textbook Robert Wardhaugh and Alan MacEachern – Destinies: Canadian History Since Confederation https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ZQoVkO7perf2h7UBdW-0Qal5a2dgv1EX/view?usp=sharing Online Encyclopedia The Canadian Encyclopedia, “Timeline – The Environmental Movement” https://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/timeline/environment The Canadian Encyclopedia, “Environmental Governance” https://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/environmental-governance Take Notes on what you Read/Watched: Do not cut and paste; put the ideas into your own words Notes should be short. 8-10 words or less Focus on main ideas (who, what, when, where, what, why). Use the chart on the next page to take notes No footnote or other citations are needed for the note taking section (we’ll do that later) Video – Jessica Fielder (15 notes) Online Textbook – John Belshaw (5 notes) Textbook – Wardhaugh and MacEachern (15 notes) Online Encyclopedia – Canadian Encyclopedia (10 notes) Part 2: Chicago Style Bibliography (10 Points) Make a Chicago Style bibliography from the sources you used to take notes. Visit Writing and Learning Centre for Help with Chicago Style: https://alexandercollege.ca/student-success/writing-and-learning-centre/ Write your bibliography entries here: Video Citation Online Textbook Citation Textbook Citation Canadian Encyclopedia Citation Canadian Encyclopedia Citation Part 3: Primary Source Analysis (45 Points) Read the following documents and answer the questions in sentence form. The answer for each section should be about 200 words and the total word count for all three documents is 600 words. Remember, these documents are very difficult to read and understand. You should read them multiple times and use a dictionary to help with vocabulary. Look up, or ask your instructor about, any concepts you may not understand. Documents are here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/130GF5kQhvkO_K_iHrMftfOH39bIkKdvT/view?usp=sharing 1. Authors: R. Hunter and R. Weyler Document: “To Save a Whale: The Voyages of Greenpeace, 1978” What do the authors describe on pages 561 and 562? Why would they do so? Why do the authors believe they had to protect the whales/environment? Describe all the challenges they faced to get the first Greenpeace ship operational. Who was involved and what did they have to do? 2. Author: David Suzuki Document: “Time to Change: Essays, 1994” What was the problem with the cod/fish? What caused the problem? What did this mean for the people living in the area? What does the future of the cod depend upon? What is a sustainable fishery? Explain. What lessons can be learned from the tragedy of the cod fishery? What does Suzuki propose for the future? 3. Author: Tzeporah Berman Document: Clayoquot and Dissent: 1994 What is Clayoquot Sound? Who was involved with the protests and what/who were they protesting? What did the government propose in 1993? What were they problems with this proposal? What happened after? What was the Peace Camp? Who went there and why? What is Berman’s message to the reader? Part 4: Podcast Recording (30) Make a recording of you speaking/answering the following questions. Remember, this is an oral/audio recording, typically done using your phone. Speak for about 45-60 seconds on each question. The total length of the recording should be about 5 minutes. Usually, students prepare some speaking notes. Using the information from the note taking section and the primary document section, they find and write their answers before recording. Having speaking notes while recording is a good idea. No outside research is needed (don’t waste your time with Google). This recording is to be done individually. No groups. Question to answer in your recording: What are some of the harmful things Canadians have done to their environment? Explain at least five examples from history. Identify three Canadian environmentalists and describe what they have done to help protect the environment. What have Canadian governments done, and not done, to protect the environment in Canada? Many politicians say, “If you want jobs, we can’t protect the environment. Environmental protection is too expensive.” What would you say to these politicians? What kinds of relationships do Canadians have with their environment? Do you see any contradictions or ironies? Submission of the Assignment: Upload your Word Document (this file) to Canvas. Make sure you complete all four sections before submission. Make sure you upload a file, not a link to something. Upload your Podcast/Recording .MP4 and .WAV files are fine.




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