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The Coppermine 2012 Expedition Lesson Plans


The primary purpose of The Coppermine 2012 Expedition was to develop educational materials that bring the journey into Canadian classrooms, contributing in a positive manner to the understanding and appreciation of Northern Canada through various forms of media, such as film and photography.

The educational lesson plans (downloadable PDFs) are meant to expand our appreciation of the geography and knowledge of this remote region of Canadian wilderness, encouraging thoughtful debate and discussion on both environmental and economic themes. Students and teachers will be able to explore the route and find a range of materials appropriate to their grade level.

Visit www.coppermine2012.com.

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