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YEAR 5 Blue Lesson

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Rainforests Year 5 Blue Human Impacts on
Rainforests Useful Sources Structured Core Extended Definitions Brainstorm Lets Think Introduction Discuss and identify the main
impacts of humans on rainforests,
including species extinction.
Present using a poster,on the computer or written. Extension Core Tasks Structured Research the negative impact of humans, other than
indigenous people, on the rainforest environment.

Locate examples of where/how human impact on Australian rainforests is minimised, e.g. ecotourism, sustainable logging. Present example using a flow chart, poster, powerpoint presentation, written paragraph or prezi. Students are to survey peers and adults to
obtain their views on rainforest preservation.
Discuss how can we best preserve our rainforest?

Students are to reflect and consider the
possible positive and negative outcomes, e.g. present the views of a developer, environmentalist, local government officer, resident or show owner to a development proposal for a tourist resort in a rainforest area. What are some negative impacts of humans on rainforests? Impact: to have a direct effect on

Preserve: the activity of protecting
something from loss or danger






https://sites.google.com/site/vivianstropicalrainforest/human-impact

http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/resources/education/RainforestHumanImpact.pdf



https://sites.google.com/site/vivianstropicalrainforest/human-impact

http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/resources/education/RainforestHumanImpact.pdf

http://www.rain-tree.com/facts.htm

http://rainforestheroes.ran.org/help-save-rainforests/7-steps-kids-can-take/

https://sites.google.com/site/vivianstropicalrainforest/human-impact

http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/resources/education/RainforestHumanImpact.pdf

http://www.rain-tree.com/facts.htm

http://rainforestheroes.ran.org/help-save-rainforests/7-steps-kids-can-take/

http://www.didax.com/newsletter/pdfs/earthday_2-5291.pdf Are we able to minimise these impacts?

HOW?
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