2 edition of Exploring our environment found in the catalog.
Exploring our environment
On cover: Shropshire Wildlife Trust.
|Statement||by Susan Haines ... (et al.).|
|Series||FSC occasional publication -- no.29, Occasional publication(Field Studies Council) -- no.29.|
|Contributions||Haines, Susan., Shropshire Wildlife Trust., Field Studies Council.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||102|
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Exploring Your Environment is updated to meet environmental education needs of our society through hands-on, inquiry-based learning. This resource assists young people in better understanding and making a personal connection to the environment.
The three-book resource focuses on ecosystem services and Earth’s capacity. In Book 1, “Ecosystem. Exploring Our Roles as Global Citizens is a four-lesson unit with extension activities and a student-led inquiry project that is designed 1.
To introduce the concept of global citizenship, including relevant knowledge, skills, values, and civic actions. To educate students about universal human rights outlined in the Convention on the Rights of.
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Lessons contain detailed background information and tools, including NASA satellite imagery, for students to investigate scientific, social.Environmental Education Curriculum Check out the first four units— Kindergarten, Grade 1, Grade 2, and Grade 3 —by clicking on a cover to the right.
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Published originally as several essays in The New Yorker, the book looks at the danger of pesticides, but goes beyond that.
Carson looks at humans, how we affect the environment in general.