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  • 1. Representing Nature –The Surviving SkillENBE Project 1Site Visit : 15th – 16th April 2013 at River Stone Eco ResortENBE Group X Unit 2 – Tan ShingFNBE April Intake 2013Lecturers : Ms. Deliya Zain & Miss NormanSulaiman
  • 2. Content Layout• Introduction• Project Tasks• The Theme• The Site Picture• The PlantENBE Group X Unit 2 – Tan ShingFNBE April Intake 2013Lecturers : Ms. Deliya Zain & Miss NormanSulaiman
  • 3. IntroductionThe idea of this project is for us to experience nature. The site visitallow us to be part of nature to observe and collect information. Weare asked to collect the 5 senses during the site visit to enhance ourfeeling into the nature. We will have to represent our findings andinformation as an Infographic Poster and our experience through adocumentary video.ENBE Group X Unit 2 – Tan ShingFNBE April Intake 2013Lecturers : Ms. Deliya Zain & Miss NormanSulaiman
  • 4. Project Tasks1st Site Visit - Experience the nature with 5 senses(see, smell, hear, feel & taste), sketch the layout of site, Take noteon the details of insects/animals/plants, collect samplesENBE Group X Unit 2 – Tan ShingFNBE April Intake 2013Lecturers : Ms. Deliya Zain & Miss NormanSulaiman
  • 5. Project Tasks2nd Documentary Video – A reflection of what we have learnt from thesite visit & The project, should not exceed 10 minutesENBE Group X Unit 2 – Tan ShingFNBE April Intake 2013Lecturers : Ms. Deliya Zain & Miss NormanSulaiman
  • 6. Project Tasks3rd The Habitat Info Graphic Poster – Select a theme to present theinformation collected at the site. May use 4-6 A1 size boardENBE Group X Unit 2 – Tan ShingFNBE April Intake 2013Lecturers : Ms. Deliya Zain & Miss NormanSulaiman
  • 7. Project Tasks4th Power Point Report – Scan all the paper documents, should notbe more than 50 pagesWhich is what this is.ENBE Group X Unit 2 – Tan ShingFNBE April Intake 2013Lecturers : Ms. Deliya Zain & Miss NormanSulaiman
  • 8. The Theme“The nature surviving skill ”ENBE Group X Unit 2 – Tan ShingFNBE April Intake 2013Lecturers : Ms. Deliya Zain & Miss NormanSulaimanDefendAttack
  • 9. The SiteENBE Group X Unit 2 – Tan ShingFNBE April Intake 2013Lecturers : Ms. Deliya Zain & Miss NormanSulaiman
  • 10. The PlantI found and decided to use Bamboo asthe species to explore, investigate andresearch.In this draft note, I have recorded the 5senses, the observation and the place Ifound on my site.After my research and matching with theBamboo species list, I am sure that thisBamboo species name, BengalBamboo.ENBE Group X Unit 2 – Tan ShingFNBE April Intake 2013Lecturers : Ms. Deliya Zain & Miss NormanSulaiman
  • 11. Bengal Bamboo• Found in Southeast Asian rainforest• Temperature, 40 degrees Fahrenheit to 100degree Fahrenheit• Height, 40 feet to 80 feet• Perennial Plant, it is not a tree or a shrub, it is agrass.• It is the largest grass• Can be fully grown in two or three months• Has dark green straight stalky clumsENBE Group X Unit 2 – Tan ShingFNBE April Intake 2013Lecturers : Ms. Deliya Zain & Miss NormanSulaiman
  • 12. Bengal Bamboo’s Leaf• The leaves are long and narrow and greenin color• Approximately 3 inches in diameter• Grow alternately on opposing sides of thestem, in two rows• Only flower once in their lifetime and dieafter they bloom• No matter where they grow, different plantsof same species flower at the same timeENBE Group X Unit 2 – Tan ShingFNBE April Intake 2013Lecturers : Ms. Deliya Zain & Miss NormanSulaiman
  • 13. Bengal Bamboo’s Charectheristic• Life span is 25-40 years• New plants grow from the seeds thatresemble rice kernels.• Help reduce soil erosion, sucks up waterfrom heavy rains that might causeflooding.• Provides shelter for animalsENBE Group X Unit 2 – Tan ShingFNBE April Intake 2013Lecturers : Ms. Deliya Zain & Miss NormanSulaiman
  • 14. The AnimalThis is the first animal I found at our site.Looks like a lizard. I decided to usethis as one of my investigation andresearch topic.The draft note recorded the image of theanimal, and 5 sense. By observing theanimal, I recorded down how it lookslike and the obvious characteristic, tomake sure that I could find out thename of species afterwards.ENBE Group X Unit 2 – Tan ShingFNBE April Intake 2013Lecturers : Ms. Deliya Zain & Miss NormanSulaiman
  • 15. Earless AgamidThe found lizard at the site has quite asimilar characteristic matched withthis online research.It belongs to the familynamed, AGAMIDAE, which thespecies name is Aphaniotis fusca.The size (snout to vent) : 7cmThe size (total length) : 21cmENBE Group X Unit 2 – Tan ShingFNBE April Intake 2013Lecturers : Ms. Deliya Zain & Miss NormanSulaiman
  • 16. Earless Agamid- Found mainly in primary forest- Spindly body shape- Almost no external ear opening- Body scales are extremely small- Neck crest is generally not visible- Inside of the mouth is light blueENBE Group X Unit 2 – Tan ShingFNBE April Intake 2013Lecturers : Ms. Deliya Zain & Miss NormanSulaiman
  • 17. The AnimalThis is the second or maybe the last animalI found at our site. Looks like a lizard too.But it was too far away and did not stayfor long, I could not get much ofinformation by just observe.The draft note recorded the image of theanimal, and 5 sense. By observing theanimal, I recorded down how it looks likeand the obvious characteristic, to makesure that I could find out the name ofspecies afterwards.ENBE Group X Unit 2 – Tan ShingFNBE April Intake 2013Lecturers : Ms. Deliya Zain & Miss NormanSulaiman
  • 18. Rough-scaled Brown SkinkThis found lizard has a very unique yellowline from the head to the tail. It is contrastwith the black body so I can identify veryfast through online.The family of this species is SCINCIDAE,and belongs to Eutropis Rudis species.The size (snout to vent) :12cmThe size (total length) :34cmPlace found : Sumatra, Borneo and adjacentsmaller islands to Sulawesi and parts ofthe southern PhilippinesENBE Group X Unit 2 – Tan ShingFNBE April Intake 2013Lecturers : Ms. Deliya Zain & Miss NormanSulaiman
  • 19. •This large skink is terrestrial in habits•Found mainly in lowland primary and secondaryrainforests•Can also adapt to drier heavily disturbedsecondary habitats•Best identified by its robust body form•The broad pale-edged dark brown stripe along thetop of each flank•It feeds on a wide variety of forest flourinvertebrates including insectsFNBE April Intake 2013Lecturers : Ms. Deliya Zain & Miss NormanSulaimanENBE Group X Unit 2 – Tan ShingRough-scaled Brown Skink
  • 20. Five Senses1st Senses One – FEEL2nd Senses Two – TASTE3rd Senses Three – SMELL4th Senses Four – SEE5th Senses Five – HEARENBE Group X Unit 2 – Tan ShingFNBE April Intake 2013Lecturers : Ms. Deliya Zain & Miss NormanSulaiman
  • 21. Sense One - FEELFEEL the nature - Wonderful ExperienceFEEL the river - ColdFEEL the water - Tempted to BathFEEL theENBE Group X Unit 2 – Tan ShingFNBE April Intake 2013Lecturers : Ms. Deliya Zain & Miss NormanSulaiman
  • 22. ENBE Group X Unit 2 – Tan Shing
  • 23. ENBE Group X Unit 2 – Tan ShingFNBE April Intake 2013Lecturers : Ms. Deliya Zain & Miss NormanSulaiman