The types of natural vegetation and the significance of vegetation to the environment and to people.
The importance of environments to animals and people, and different views on how they can be protected.
Collect and record relevant geographical data and information, for example, by observing by interviewing, conducting surveys, measuring, or from sources such as maps, photographs, satellite images, the media and the internet.
Reflect on their learning to propose individual action in response to a contemporary geographical challenge and identify the expected effects of the proposal.
Present findings and ideas in a range of communication forms, for example, written, oral, graphic, tabular, visual and maps; using geographical terminology and digital technologies as appropriate.