consists of a table of Canadian cities and provinces to be scanned, with
corresponding addresses to be given orally and written down accurately.
in pairs; one acting as a taxpayer and the other as a CCRA staff person. To the
taxpayer, give the pages called Taxpayer A, and these instructions:
that you've finished filling out your tax return, but you can't find the
envelope that came with it -- the one you're supposed to mail it in. Don't
worry, you can mail it in any envelope that fits. But you need to know where to
send it. In this activity, you will pretend to call CCRA to get the address of
the tax centre you should mail your return to. Someone in your class will act
as the CCRA staff person who will give you the address. He or she will ask you
where you live, because where you live determines where you send your return.
Write the address he or she gives you on the envelope on this page. Make sure
you get all the right spellings and the right postal
To the CCRA
staff person, give the paper called CCRA Staff Person and these
that you work for CCRA. Part of your job is to answer phone calls from people
who want to know where to send their tax returns. Someone in your class will
pretend to phone you to find out where to send his or her return. Look on your
paper to find out which address to give him or her. To make sure the taxpayer
gets the correct spellings and the correct postal code, repeat the address as
often as needed.