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ENBE Individual Report

  1. 1. This is the first project for ENBE subject. The idea of this project is for the students to experienceand appreciate nature.We will have our first site visit for this project , at River Stone Eco Resort , Sungai Tua. We have toobserve and collect information of our site that related about nature. After that we have tomake an Infografic poster of our findings at the site and make a simple documentary video ofour Experiences at the site visit.Group Name :Nature’s GenerationGroup Members :Cheong Siew YingCassandra WongWong Voon YinChia Wee MinRonn Chua
  2. 2. • A variety of species living and interacting together as asystem.• A community of the species living in one place.
  3. 3. Day 1 (Monday, 15th April 2013)7.00a.m. Gather at Taylor’s University8.30a.m. Depart from Taylor’s University10.00a.m. Arrived at Riverstone Eco-Resort10.30a.m. Enter the Dorm10.45a.m. Gather at hall11.15a.m. Selecting Site (Activity 1)12.30a.m. Lunch (Curry Chicken & Tauge)1.20p.m. Exploring the Site (Activity 2)4.00p.m. Games (Water Fight)5.30p.m. Shower6.00p.m. Tea Time6.30p.m. Discussion with group7.30p.m. Dinner (Vegetable & Chicken)8.20p.m. Collect plants for logo presentation8.45p.m. Logo Presentation10.45p.m. Supper11.00p.m. Tutorial11.30p.m. Lights outDay 2 (Tuesday, 16th April 2013)6.30a.m. Wake up7.00a.m. Exercise7.30a.m. Breakfast8.30a.m. Games (Rempuh Halangan)9.30a.m. Collecting Data at Site11.30a.m. Rest12.00p.m. Lunch12.50p.m. Going back to Taylor’s University
  4. 4. The Arrival to RiverstoneThe main entrance of the Resortat Riverstone Eco-resort
  5. 5. Our DormGathering at the hall
  6. 6. Each group are required to select a site which is 10x10m, and we’vefinally considered which place we’re taking as our 10x10m site – theend of the river stream (70% land and 30% water)
  7. 7. Sketch #3Shows section diagram of the siteSketch #2Shows the plan of the siteWater,FreshwaterAnimals,fishesSmallerplants,SmallbushesBigger trees Mushroom,Ants----- our siteSoil(no plants,grass, ortrees)
  8. 8. Some sceneries that canbe seen from the site.
  9. 9. Sketch #1 : shows the view I saw of the site
  10. 10. Meanwhile…there’s some reason behind why we choose this site.RUBBISH WEREANYWHERE!!!!Trees werevandalized>>>
  11. 11. So we decided to clean them up instead…
  12. 12. Before Clean up After Clean up
  13. 13. 1. See• Scenery – Greens – Full of trees, plants• River stream – The river flows• Rubbish2. Hear• The sound of Nature : Bird Chirpings, Monkey’s or some otheranimal sounds, Cricket’s sounds• Sometimes, there’s Engine sound – other people who ridemotorcycles and cars for fishing.3. Taste• Water – Tasteless4. Smell• water smell – from the river• Fishy smell – fishes smell that the fisher man captures.• Smell of the trees• Smell of the rubbish5. Touch• Tree trunk – rough• Soil rough• Water of the river – really cool and refreshed• Rubbish - dirty
  14. 14. Species name :Planorbella trivolvisFamily : PlanorbidaeAt thelakeside
  15. 15. Drawing at the leftShows the structures of snailsandDo You Know?Some snails live on land and some live inwater. The body of the snail is soft butsnails have their shellas theirperfect home.
  16. 16. Each snail can lay anaverage of 85 eggs andthey hatch in 2 to 4weeksEggs are buried with amixture of soil andmucusColour of eggs :Pink , White, Brown , YellowPicture above shows the eggs of the snail.
  17. 17. While the snail is gliding, it’stop of its foot producesmucous which allows itto slide withouthurting itself. Theycould cross a razor withoutfeeling the pain!
  18. 18. Picture above shows the cell diagram ofSpirogra .spPicture above shows the water condition ofour site -> Presence of AlgaeThere are about 6,000species of green algae.Many green algae aresingle cell.Species name : Spirogra .spIt floats passively inwater and has no movementor locomotion of its ownSpirally twistedchloroplast, that’s whyit’s called the “Spirogra”the longest in plantkingdom
  19. 19. 1. the movement of thecontents of one cell (themale) into the other (thefemale)2. Fertilization occurs,resulting in a diploidzygospore (single-headed arrow)3. A new cell is formed•reproduce both sexually and rarely asexually•Spirogyra simply undergoes intercalary mitosis to form newfilaments.
  20. 20. According to the Brief:What we have to include into our Video :a. The introduction about the site and project.b. The students experience (The things that excite their senses)etc.c. Explanation about the relationship of the eco system at theselected site.d. A conclusion with and awareness or/with inspiring message.
  21. 21. In this page, we’ve included :The introduction of the project & the eco-resort ,What excites our 5 senses
  22. 22. In this page, we’ve included :What excites our 5 senses , The introduction of our site
  23. 23. In this page, we’ve included :The rubbish at our site, creatures we found, and the water fight activitiesThen we deleted the water fight scene, and added in our conclusion of our site &awareness & inspiring message as our final part of our video.