Grade 7 Social Studies Final Exam Review Chapter 1 Authority Personal empowerment Politics National empowerment Cultural empowerment Constitution Charter of Rights and Freedoms Economics Economic empowerment Society Political empowerment Disempowerment The Home Children Societal empowerment Chapter 2 Pre-Industrial economy Industrial Time Immemorial Tupiks First Nations Metis Maritimes Atlantic Canada Artifacts Contact Treaty Covenant Chain of Treaties Inuit Treaties of Peace and Friendship Post-Industrial Aboriginal Mukushan Migratory Beothuk Innu Chapter 3 Capitilism Profit Cause and Effect Poverty Cycle Mortgage Socialism Entrepreneur Standard of Living Personal Capital Habitat for Humanity Capital Poverty Quality of Life Down Payment Chapter 4 Sectors Circle Graph Pictograph Economists Diversified Economy Line Graph Forecast Trend Bar Graph Demographics What are the four sectors of our economy? Explain each and give an example. Draw a flow chart to show the ‘Effects of Concerns about the Environment’. Draw a flow chart or explain the ‘Effects of an Aging Population’ on our society. Chapter 5 Colony Census Absentee landowner Prejudice Habitants War of 1812 Publicly funded schools HBC – Hudson Bay Company Urban Immigrants Discrimination Grand Derangement Epidemic Work Bees Royal Proclamation Rural Elite Acadia/Acadians Tuberculosis Compare your lifestyle today with that of people living in British North America in the 1800's. Use the following categories to answer the question. (Homes, Transportation, Health Care, Education, and Pastimes). Two examples for each category. What two important events shaped British North America? Explain each. Give three reasons why it was harder for Black immigrants in British North America than for white immigrants. Name two ways immigration to British North America affected the Aboriginal Peoples. Explain each. Chapter 6 Representative Government Dissolve Democracy Responsible Government Militia Political Parties Monarch Property Reform Freedom of the Press Trade Preference Phillip F. Little Veto Qualifications Libel Rebellion Free-Trade Joseph Howe Reformers/Liberals Conservatives/Tories What 3 main ways do people try to change the government? Understand how a Representative Government works. You may use a diagram for your explanation. What is responsible government? Why did the people want responsible government? What were the issues in Lower Canada that lead to Rebellion? What were the issues in Upper Canada that lead to Rebellion? What were the 2 main points of the Durham report? Why? Chapter 7 Confederation John A. Macdonald Charlottetown Conference What were the 4 main reasons for Confederation? Explain each.