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Prince Edward Island:  Student Centre
Arts & Culture  


Web Links

Here are some Web sites to help you with your research.

Web Activity

Here is an activity to help you gather information from one of the Web sites:

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Web Links

Confederation Centre of the Arts

PEI has a lively arts community! Find out about some of the events and exhibitions going on in Charlottetown by visiting the site for the Confederation Centre of the Arts. The grey navigation bar at the top of the page will take you to information about art exhibitions, stage presentations and choral music concerts.

Acadian Museum

Find out more about the Acadian Museum. At this Web site you can find out about the goals of the museum and the museum's history. You can also view a variety of objects from the museum's collection.





Web Activity

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1. Go to the Acadian Museum.  

2. Click on the link "Virtual Visit" from the menu at the top left side of the page.

3. The museum includes eight "stops" on its virtual tour. Scroll down the page

    to read about each of the stops.

4. Create a flow chart to outline the different stages in the "Virtual Visit" to the

    museum. In each box of your flow chart, create a heading and include one or

    two brief point form details. You can draw your flowchart to suit whatever

    paper size you have available. It will look something like this:


5. Click the browser's "Back" icon to return to the navigation page for the site.

    Click on several other links on this page. Use the "Back" icon to return to the

    navigation page and choose another link to explore. As you view the site,

    record information about the most interesting things you learned about

    Acadians, or aspects of the museum that you found interesting. Then work

    with a classmate to share and compare your reactions to the site.