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Swcond are tsunami safety rules? This United Nations site explains climate change by using geographical tools such as graphs.

How could you be a conscious consumer by reducing the impacts of humans on rainforests for an ecological sustainable earth? What are the impacts of an oil spill at sea?

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Student Projects Chapter What is grown in an oasis? Introducing environmental change and management. Describe where they are located and the actions of individuals, groups secone governments in their sustainable management Describe the actions of individuals, groups and governments to conserve endangered habitats in tourist areas Debate for and against tourism in developing countries Become a local newspaper reporter and write an article on the advantages of back packing over staying in five star hotels In most developed countries an Environmental Impact Statement EIS must be completed before a editoon resort starts construction.

Find the latest news on rainforests on the Internet Select 5 articles and summarise their contents. What could we do about making a smaller ecological footprint?

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Present as multimedia or PowerPoint Prepare a collage of global advertisements p Water scarcity and management Topic 4: Ensure you include different perspectives to avoid bias and stereotyping eg. What are the actions of individuals, groups and governments geoactivs ban them http: What are the climate trends?


Discuss using examples Imagine you were a whale living in Antarctica. Write a report on the advantages of volunteers in the community Debate for and against the dumping of nuclear waste in your backyard Design a map for buried treasure in the school. How could the education of women improve the quality of water the family drinks?

Draw a line diagram of page p The use of ICT with geographical tools will assist students to gather, analyse and communicate geographical information in appropriate formats. Select one issue and present report as PowerPoint or poster Use puzzlemaker to test the glossary on page 3 http: Eye in edjtion sky.

Students locate countries on a world geoactife and write a report on the ingredients used Students survey the class on overseas TV shows and films viewed in the last week.

What is meant by access to fresh water? How are individuals, communities and governments reducing deforestation? Describe the secodn of governments in relation to its sustainable restoration http: Why are EIS important for different perspectives on the management of threatened habitats? Geocative write a report analysing this website Design an earthquake -proofhouse p89 Find the latest earthquakes in the last month.

How do plants adapt to poor soils? Some of these people contribute millions of dollars to charities.

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In 16 countries in sub-Saharan Africa almost half are between 6and11 years. What environmental disaster has happened to your community in the last 10 years?

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Test the other groups Global sportspeople are always in the news, such as David Beckham and Tiger Woods. Why is the climate hot and wet all year?

Mountain landscapes Topic 16 Fieldwork inquiry: Information and communication technology provides an avenue for students to undertake virtual fieldwork activities. Identify global patterns of poverty and wealth.

They travel from the Antarctic Peninsula across the Equator to even Mexico. Satellite imagery showed that North America had been sprinkled with a dash of Asia.

View the video at http: Present as PowerPoint, multi media or a poster on their different perspectives Group work. Application guidelines and forms Discuss the reasons for an increasing number of environmental refugees. Groactive much wind, too much water Topic 5: One pro globalisation and one antiglobalisation. Present findings as an oral report Describe the impacts of global warming on deserts and how this should be sustainably managed from the local to the global scale http: Describe the interaction of increasing population with the water scarce environment and strategies for ecological sustainability.

United Nations Introduction secons The changing world Photo literacy Global village p Interdependent and interconnected world Globalisation —TNCs, Coca Cola Globalisation process diagram Impact of globalisation plocal to global, positive and negatives AusAID, the Simpsons, westernisation of society The death of distance p, Internet, mobile phones, phone cards, Photo literacy-satellite dish in Mali Satellite imagery refer to p2,56,, Water in the world Topic 2: