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  1. page PC4 Globalization edited ... Think of all of the ways that IKEA can be used to show the benefits and disadvantages of Globa…
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    Think of all of the ways that IKEA can be used to show the benefits and disadvantages of Globalisation. The two video's below will help you, as will this page from the IKEA website.
    TNC Activity from geographyalltheway.com

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Wednesday, March 7

  1. page 6 The Tropical Rainforset edited ... {Rainforest E booklet.PNG} Task 4) What are we doing to the Rainforest. ... the handout …
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    {Rainforest E booklet.PNG}
    Task 4) What are we doing to the Rainforest.
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    the handout you have been given to"Why are the Tropical Rainforests so Important," create your
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    Sheet."
    2) Beneath your diagram write a paragraph explaining why the Rainforests are so important and the effect that clearing the rainforest has.
    3)
    Work through
    {What are we doing to the rainforest.pdf}
    Stopping Deforestation: A Greenpeace video.
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  2. page 6 The Tropical Rainforset edited ... The Tropical Rainforest Introducing the Rainforest: Planet Earth, "Jungles." 1) …
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    The Tropical Rainforest
    Introducing the Rainforest: Planet Earth, "Jungles."
    1)Task 1) Location of
    {Rain_forest_location_map.png} A map showing the location of the worlds rainforests, including the temperate rainforests found on the Pacific coast of North America and Canada and New Zealand.
    Task 1:
    i) Describe the global distribution of Tropical Rainforest. You should mention their location in relation to the equator and the tropics, the continents they are found on and give some examples of countries with large areas of rainforest.
    2)Task 2) The Structure
    The Living Planet 04 of 12 Jungle by kaanozten
    Task 2:
    Use the handout to make notes on the structure of the rainforest and the characteristics of the different layers. Use actual plant and animal names wherever possible.
    {The Tropical Rainforest.pdf}
    2)Task 3) Why is
    Use the link in the title above and the Guided Tour below to complete the work sheet on the Values of the Rainforest that you have been given.
    {Rainforest E booklet.PNG}
    Ways that animals have adaptedTask 4) What are we doing to life in the Rainforest
    {BBC nature page.png} Click on
    Rainforest.
    1) Use
    the picture abovehandout you have been given to go to the BBC Nature page on the Rainforest
    Task 4 : Adaptation Mini Presentation
    Pick an animal or plant from the BBC Nature site and
    create a powerpoint presentation about it. You should include;
    A map showing where in
    your own diagram that shows the world it lives
    Which layer
    effects of clearing the jungle it lives in
    How it has adapted to its environment
    Is there any threat to
    rainforest. Draw your chosen animal and if so, what isdiagram on the natureback of this threat.
    You should use no more than 4 slides.You have 15 minutes to complete
    the task.
    5) What are we doing to
    "Values of the Rainforest.Rainforest Sheet."
    2) Work through the tasks on the pdf below.

    {What are we doing to the rainforest.pdf}
    Stopping Deforestation: A Greenpeace video.
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  3. page 6 The Tropical Rainforset edited ... Use the handout to make notes on the structure of the rainforest and the characteristics of th…
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    Use the handout to make notes on the structure of the rainforest and the characteristics of the different layers. Use actual plant and animal names wherever possible.
    {The Tropical Rainforest.pdf}
    2) Why is the Rainforest Important?
    Use the link in the title above and the Guided Tour below to complete the work sheet on the Values of the Rainforest that you have been given.
    {Rainforest E booklet.PNG}

    Ways that animals have adapted to life in the Rainforest
    {BBC nature page.png} Click on the picture above to go to the BBC Nature page on the Rainforest
    Task 34 : Adaptation
    Pick an animal or plant from the BBC Nature site and create a powerpoint presentation about it. You should include;
    A map showing where in the world it lives
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    Is there any threat to your chosen animal and if so, what is the nature of this threat.
    You should use no more than 4 slides.You have 15 minutes to complete the task.
    3) Why is the Rainforest Important?
    Use the link in the title above and the Guided Tour below to complete the work sheet on the Values of the Rainforest that you have been given.
    {Rainforest E booklet.PNG}
    4)
    5) What are
    {What are we doing to the rainforest.pdf}
    Stopping Deforestation: A Greenpeace video.
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    Do you think it is important to protect the rainforest? Why?
    What could you do to help protect the Tropical Rainforest?
    5)6) Palm Oil
    {palm oil.jpg}
    {palm_oil_work_booklet_2015.docx}
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  4. page 6 The Tropical Rainforset edited ... You should use no more than 4 slides.You have 15 minutes to complete the task. 3) Why is the …
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    You should use no more than 4 slides.You have 15 minutes to complete the task.
    3) Why is the Rainforest Important?
    We will be working through some ofUse the tasks from geographypods.com Click onlink in the link, scroll downtitle above and the Guided Tour below to complete the section on, "Values of the Tropical Rainforest," and complete task 1.
    "You will research rain forests and their values. You will complete this worksheet too. Make notes
    work sheet on the six factors outlined including a brief descriptionValues of each."the Rainforest that you have been given.
    {Rainforest E booklet.PNG}
    4) What are we doing to the Rainforest.
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Friday, February 2

Thursday, February 1

  1. page PC2 Farming edited ... Intensive farming is where a large amount of produce is generated from a relatively small area…
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    Intensive farming is where a large amount of produce is generated from a relatively small area of land. Inputs will be high to achieve a high yield per hectare. Inputs could be either fertilisers, machines or labour.
    information from BBC Bitesize
    Farming and Climate:
    4) Farming and Climate: An exercise from Geographyalltheway.com
    {Swiss farming zones.gif} Map 2:The Different Landscape Zones in Switzerland
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