Ecosystems and Indigenous Peoples of the World
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Author: Carroll, Richard
Introduces students to the idea of an ecosystem and through exercises and activities, identifies various types of ecosystems, examines how they function, and how humans interact with them. The interaction of Indigenous cultures with their environment is treated in depth, giving students an insight into traditional lifestyles and the problems and issues faced by these cultures in the modern world. Each module is broken down into individual worksheets which can form the basis of a classroom lesson or home study exercises. Through these exercises, students will gain skills in map making, and using tables, graphs and diagrams to illustrate their research. These exercises enable students to become actively involved in the learning process and encourage awareness and independent thinking relevant to environmental issues. A comprehensive teachers' guide with answers and suggested outcomes and a list of internet resources is also included.
- Format: Paperback
- Publisher: Knowledge Books and Software
- Subject: Geography
- Audience: Secondary