A Venn diagram is a means
of recording and presenting information using circles. This type
of diagram was developed by John Venn nearly 100 years ago.
1. Visit the Venn
Diagram Web site.
2. Read the first four points
that explain how Venn diagrams work. Make
for your reference.
3. Visit the Yukon
Newcomers Guide. Click on the "Citizenship,
and Law" link in the menu on the left side.
4. Scroll down to near the
bottom of the page, where it says, "Elections in the
5. Write six things you know about federal
elections. Write six things you know
about territorial elections.
6. Click here
to print a circle on which you can list the characteristics that
kinds of links have in common.
7. Click here
to print a circle on which you can list the characteristics
of elections do NOT have in common.
8. Click here
to print the Venn diagram below. Use the information you
to complete the diagram.