around July 1st, Canada
Day, the news is filled with discussions about Canada, its history, and
citizenship. The newspapers publish questions from the test
ask all Canadians if they know the answers. Many people have difficulty
answering them. However, people take the citizenship test twelve months
of the year, so perhaps you should brush up on your Canadian facts.
Start by learning the capitals of Canada’s provinces. Use this
quiz to test yourself.
who have taken my Civic Studies 11 class or Social Studies 10 classes
often find these courses help prepare them for their Canadian
Citizenship Test. Other students not in my social studies classes
frequently ask me for resources to help them study for their
citizenship test. Here are a few resources to help students prepare for
the Canadian Citizenship Test. This resource
includes a downloadable booklet called A Look at
Canada as well as study questions and general information about the
Also, if you are interested in taking Civic
it will be offered this fall on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. This
course is a study of government, political decision-making, and what it
means to be an informed Canadian citizen. A responsible informed
citizen can then participate in local, national, and global contexts.
The goal of this course is to create informed, active, and global
I look forward to seeing all our Pearson Adult Learning
Centre students in September.