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Prior Knowledge: The world’s wide ranging variety of biomes and biodiversity.
L/O 1: Where are mangroves found in the world?
L/O 2: Why are mangroves important/special?
L/O 2: What are the main threats to mangroves?
CHALLENGE: A’ Level Q: ‘Assess the relative importance of global and local threats on one
named global ecosystem’
Prior Knowledge: What do they know about the Rainforest?
L/O 1: How have humans and animals adapted to the Rainforest?
L/O 2: Designing and explaining an animal to live in the Rainforest?
CHALLENGE: GCSE Question. Explain how animals have adapted to the Tropical Rainforest.
This is the first lesson in the sequence on extreme weather. The first lesson is looking at what the global patterns are, understanding key terms, developing understanding about the ITCZ using diagrams and flowcharts in addition to a homework consolidation exercise.
This resource explains the biotic and abiotic factors that affects ecosystem. It explains the food chai and other factors that affects the ecosystems. It uses the Amazon Basin as tropical rainforest as a case study.
This lesson looks at how ecosystems operate and the difference between abiotic and biotic components.
It then looks at weathering, photosynthesis, respiration, nutrient cycle and the how the biosphere interacts with the hydrological cycle. It looks at how these things work and the impact that they have
This lessons looks at the items we get from the biosphere and how they vary depending and who you are (us and tribes of the Amazon). We then look at what the biosphere provides for us and why it is important globally. We then think about how the biosphere is exploited and have a look at biofuels.
Plenary is an exam question.
Join Brazilian President Michel Temar on an exciting project to locate a hotel in the Amazon! Your students must take into account where to place their hotel, what type of hotel to build, how to protect it from flooding and also what months the climate would be the best for tourists to visit.
Will you listen to the different government advisers to create a harmonious hotel OR aim to make cash quick without considering the consequences?
My year 7 LOVED it.
Includes a beautiful worksheet with everything they will need to complete this lesson.
Could be done in groups, or alone! :)
I used it as revision SO - my students already had knowledge of eco tourism, the climate of Brazil AND flood management strategies.
Define the term land pollution.
Explain the causes of land pollution.
Explain the solutions to land pollution
This slide is essential both teachers who want to teach students of biology,environmental management and geography in KS 3 & 4 .
A must have for teachers of biology,environmental management and geography