Think Like a Geographer

We are learning to think like a geographer when comparing global locations. We are learning about importance of environments to people in three global locations, and how they protect their special places. 

PART 1: DRYANDRA FOREST

Which words might a geographer use to describe the Dyrandra Forest?  Choose your top 5 words from the list:

salinity wheatbelt woodlands outcrop cleared granite farming sanctuary fences plateau wandoo semi-arid south-west mallet baiting endangered conservation undulating council species population plain climate phascogale quenda forest protected reserve crop

Go to Menti

Use this code: 47 08 66 and add in your top 5 words.

PART 2: POLAR PARK, NORWAY

Watch the clips and read the texts. Use Menti to suggest words we might use as geographers to describe the Polar Park in Norway.

Use this code: 47 08 66 and add in your top 5 words.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rohkunborri_National_Park

https://www.revolvy.com/page/Rohkunborri-National-Park?stype=videos

PART 3: THE QUIVER FOREST

Watch the clips. Start thinking about which geographical vocabulary we might use to describe the Quiver Forest.

 

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