Learners explore the TRUGG and its palaeontological history experientially. Using their own footprints, they make dinosaur artwork and review the triangle shape while doing so.
Students delve into the life of a chosen dinosaur and explore what it looked like, what it ate, where it lived, and what it did while alive.
Natural resources continue to shape the economy and identity of different regions in Canada. Students explore the different careers that focus on the geological landscape in Canada.
Students formulate an informed opinion on the importance of various stakeholders in the TRUGG.
In this lesson, students investigate the importance of maintaining healthy populations of key wildlife species through a study of grizzly bears and wolves in the TRUGG and Northeast British Columbia.
Learners explore connections to the types of industries that operate and extract natural resources to create jobs, provide energy and support local, provincial and national economies.