Going Bush – A Biodiversity Melting Pot in Northern NSW
This lesson accompanies the Going Bush video in which students will learn about the biodiversity of a tropical and temperate forest in Coffs Harbour, NSW. Students will learn about threatened and endangered species and the significance of preserving forest habitats.
To make the most of this lesson, download the PDF lesson plan and watch the video. You have two options for watching your video, watch it via the embedded YouTube player or watch it via the YouTube website link provided.
The different types of landscapes and their distinctive landform features.
The human causes and effects of landscape degradation.
The ways of protecting significant landscapes.
The distribution and characteristics of biomes as regions with distinctive climates, soils, vegetation and productivity.
Present findings, arguments and ideas in a range of communication forms selected to suit a particular audience and purpose, using geographical terminology and digital technologies as appropriate.
The human-induced environmental changes that challenge sustainability.
The environmental worldviews of people and their implications for environmental management.