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Rainforests of Sumatra and Borneo /Integrated, Stage 3 Unit

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A unit which focuses on the global causes and consequences of deforestation in Borneo and Sumatra and the way that individuals and groups can act to protect the rainforest.

A unit which focuses on the global causes and consequences of deforestation in Borneo and Sumatra and the way that individuals and groups can act to protect the rainforest.

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  • 1. Click to view this Click to view unit online online resources
  • 2. W What do L K we want to know? What haveWhat do wewe know? learned?
  • 3. What are How are rainforests? rainforests What can we formed? do to protect rainforests? Rainforest plantsWhat is palm oil? Rainforest animals What are the threats to Regeneration rainforests? in the rainforest Why are Where are the rainforests rainforests ? important?
  • 4. Click to learnhow to create a Tagul of your own
  • 5. endangered fungi germinate greenhouse herbivore humus logging photosynthesis rainforest seedling shrub temperate tropical monsoon symbiotic biodiversity understorey biofuel tropical vegetation canopy ecosystem understory equator refuge species debris decompose germinate seedling temperate deforestation biome climate emergent
  • 6. Joanna Blogs SENTENCE WHERE I FOUND THE WORD:NAME In the rainforest most plant and animal life is not found on the forest floor, but in the leafy world known as the canopy. CONTEXT CLUES FROM THE TEXT MY CONNECTIONS WITH THIS WORD : is not found on the I think of the word canopy as something like a tent that you can shelter under. forest floor leafy world PART OF SPEECH: WORD: Canopy noun A PICTURE TO REMIND ME OF THE WORD’S MEANING : MY GUESS AT THE MEANING: A high up part of a forest that is leafy and provides shelter. It could be the high up parts of trees THE DICTIONARY DEFINITION: a : a cloth covering suspended over a bed b : a cover (as of cloth) fixed or carried above a person of RELATED WORDS: high rank or a sacred objec c : a protective covering: as (1) : the uppermost spreading branchy layer of a forest MY OWN SENTENCE: USING THE WORD: The sun was hot, but the rainforest creatures were sheltered from its rays by the canopy of leaves.
  • 7. Process Question Stems Knowledge What? Where? When? Is? Did? Does?Comprehension What can? Where would? When would? What is? Application How might? How would? When might? When would? Analysis How are___ alike? How are they different? Synthesis What might happen if…? If ____ what would? What would you change and how? Evaluation Which ______ do you agree with, and why? Which ________ would you prefer and why? What is your opinion of ____ ?
  • 8. Map Terminology and Vocabulary WordsContinents Longitude- imaginary Tropic of Cancer- the parallel North Pole- lies in the centerNorth America lines that run at right of latitude that is 23½ degrees of the Arctic circle; northern angles to the equator and north of the equator end of the Earth’s axisSouth America meet at the North andAsia South Poles; also called Tropic of Capricorn- the South Pole- southern end ofAfrica meridians parallel of latitude that is 23½ the Earth’s axis; lies inAntarctica degrees south of the equator continent of Antarctica Latitude- imaginary linesAustralia that run horizontallyEurope around the world parallel Map Key- tells what the Scale- way to measure aOcean to the equator;also called symbols on a map mean larger area (like a continent) parallels. on a map.Pacific OceanAtlantic Ocean Equator- imaginary line Compass rose- a symbol on aIndian Ocean around the middle of the map that has arrows thatArctic Ocean Earth that divides the point to directions Earth into two equal (north, south,east,west)Southern Ocean halves (northern and southern hemisphere) Click to see what happens Click to learn about Click to learn about at the equator Latitude and Longitude Basics of Climate
  • 9. Locate and label thefollowing :BorneoThailandVietnamLaosBruneiPhillipinesIndonesiaMyanmarSumatraKuala LumparSingaporePalembangMedanBangkokPhnom PenhHo Chi Minh CitySingaporeJakartaBandungSemarangSurabaya
  • 10. Main cities
  • 11. http://www.globaleducation.edu.au/2366.html
  • 12. Green the film Click on the TV to watch the film and create a story-map to summarise the narrative.Green relates the moving story of the destruction of rainforests in Indonesia for palm oil, tropicalwood and paper production.The story is told from the point of view of an Orang-utan in its last days of life. The story dramaticallyhighlights the consequences of destruction of habitat, consumerism ,depletion of biodiversity and thatIndonesian rainforest destruction is wreaking on endangered species like the orang-utanRead more: Green The Film | Rainforest Action Network http://ran.org/green-film#ixzz26yObY19M
  • 13. Story map for Green the filmSetting CharactersWhere?When?Complication/ProblemEvent 1 Event 2 Event 3Event 4 Event 5 Event 6Resolution and Message
  • 14. The tropical rainforests are an importantglobal resource and are the basis of mostof the worlds biodiversity.The rainforests store immense quantitiesof carbon and are the home of countlessmedicinal plants. Watch this video whichhighlights Wehea Protected Forest in EastKalimantan, Borneo
  • 15. Topic 1 The worlds rainforest are home to many tribal people. This is one of the least-recognised facts about rainforests Tragically, most of the native societies of the rainforest have already been destroyed or are under threatThe Penan BBC Info Video WWF
  • 16. Topic 2 Click on the labels to get more information Javan Rhinoceros Sumatran Tiger The Orangutan Giant Pied Hornbill Sumatran Elephant Ramin click for a WWF species directory
  • 17. Topic 3 Tropical Rainforest Biome Video Layers of the Tropical Rainforest
  • 18. Topic 4 IMPACT ON OUR PRESERVING CLIMATE EFFECTS DAILY LIVES BIODIVERSITY http://www.rainforestconservation.org/rainforest-primer/3-rainforests-in-peril-deforestation/e-why-preserve-the-tropical-rainforests-of-the-world
  • 19. Topic 5 Illegal logging and paper production• http://www.orangutan.org/rainforest/indonesi an-forest-facts Palm oil• http://www.endangeredspecieshandbook.org/ plantations and forest_indonesia7.php• http://understory.ran.org/palmoilgraphic/ unsustainable Threats agriculture to the rainforest Illegal wildlife trade Global Warming Forest facts Logging Palm Oil paper population Wildlife trade Global warming
  • 20. Topic 6Many people all over the world are working together through internationalconservation organisations to protect and restore rainforests. Many They areworking to : each about the importance of the environment estore damaged ecosystems by planting trees. ncourage people to live more sustainably stablish parks where rainforests are protected upport companies that are trying to reduce the negative environmental impacts. http://www.rainforestrescue.org.au/ http://wwf.panda.org/what_we_do/ Rainforest Rainforest Rainforest Indonesian Rainforest Rescue Alliance Alliance Foundation
  • 21. Your group will be presenting a Pecha Kucha on your topic.Here’s what to do :• research your topic• summarise to create 20 main ideas or statements• make each statement about 20 seconds long• arrange your ideas into a logical sequence• brainstorm on what visuals would best illustrate each idea.• visuals should be good quality large(full screen if possible) and be related to their content. They could be maps, graphs, drawings or photographs• use PowerPoint ( Sliderocket,Prezi,Keynote or similar application)to layout and complete your presentation• set up your slideshow to advance at 20 seconds per slide• practice narrating your slideshow until you feel confident• present your slideshow to your class• publish your publication using Slideshare or similar tool.
  • 22. Discussion starters Dove onslaughterBarbies rainforest destruction habit At last the Colonel’s REVEALED! Barbie and Ken: secret recipe is out The Breakup of the bucket
  • 23. Population Growth and Deforestation Rates by Continent Chart by Matt Lemmon CC BY-SA 2.0•Pose questions that can be answered using the information in the table or graph•Explain information presented in the this data•Identify any misleading or confusing representations of data in the media
  • 24. Tropical deforestation rates by Rhett A. Butler ,CC mongobay.com•Pose questions that can be answered using the information in the table or graph•Explain information presented in the this data•Identify any misleading or confusing representations of data in the media
  • 25. Deforestation: forest loss in Borneo by Rhett A. Butler ,CC mongobay.com•Pose questions that can be answered using the information in the table or graph•Explain information presented in the this data•Identify any misleading or confusing representations of data in the media
  • 26. Development of cleared land by Rhett A. Butler ,CC mongobay.com•Pose questions that can be answered using the information in the table or graph•Explain information presented in the this data•Identify any misleading or confusing representations of data in the media
  • 27. Average deforestation by Rhett A. Butler ,CC mongobay.com•Pose questions that can be answered using the information in the table or graph•Explain information presented in the this data•Identify any misleading or confusing representations of data in the media
  • 28. Pie chart of population distribution throughout Southeast Asia by Brutannica , public domain.•Pose some questions that can be answered using the information in the table or graph•Explain information presented in the this data•Identify any misleading or confusing representations of data in the media
  • 29. Watch this video about the importance of ourrainforests, detailing the regeneration plans for the Harapan Rainforest in Indonesia.
  • 30. • Striking graphics - draw, paint, use digital photos or computer graphics• A simple message or slogan• Facts or reasons that support your argument
  • 31. Sumatran elephants Cargills Problems With Palm Palm fruit By CIFOR, (CC BY- Sumatran Rhinoceros bybyProudwoman,CC BY-NC Oil By Rainforest Action NC-ND 2.0 Willem v Strien,CC BY-NC 2.0 2.0 Network, CC BY-NC 2.0 Forest cover map of in World Rainforest, BY Sumatra, BY Mogabay.com planet of the apesBy GreenpeaceMogabay.com , CCby-nc-sa Sugar candies sold By Switzerland,CC BY-NC 2.0 , CCby-nc-sa vm2827CC BY-NC 2.0 Sumatran tiger (Panthera Blue-fronted Flycatcher hutanBy along arman CC BY-NC 2.0 tigris sumatrae)By 5of7,CC KFCBy chooyutshing,CC BY- Sulswesi,byBy fveronesi1,CC BY-NC 2.0 NC 2.0 BY-NC 2.0 RANs 2010 Earth Day Poster Contest!By RANs 2010 Earth Day Poster Contest!By Indonesia by Nichalp, public Rainforest Action NetworkCC BY-NC 2.0 Rainforest Action NetworkCC BY-NC 2.0 domain
  • 32. Whats at Stake in Borneo by buceros bicornisBy Joachim S. Log yard for illegal loggingBy RAN’s Rainforest Agribusiness Team Rainforest Action Investigates Palm Oil Controversy in Müller ,CC BY-NC 2.0 CIFOR,CC BY-NC 2.0 Indonesia Network, CC BY-NC 2.0BTBT-1784_20090401_IMG_0004 Penan rice-houseBy tajai,CC PenansBy tajai, SarawakBy Wakx By Orang Asli,CC BY-NC 2.0 BY-NC 2.0 CC BY-NC 2.0 CC BY-NC 2.0 WWF LogoBy ponChiang,CC Fashion Ken 2 By layers of trf by BY-NC-ND 2.0 Barbie arquitectaBy estudiantes de JimmyMac210 geography2006, CC BY-NC arquitecturaBY-NC 2.0 CC BY-NC 2.0 2.0 FrogBy chrisinplymouthCC BY-NC Sumatran tiger (Panthera tigris Greenpeace at Latitude 2010By Dove Onslaught(er)By Capitan 2.0 sumatrae)By 5of7,CC BY-NC 2.0 HowardLake,CC BY-NC 2.0 Giona,BY-NC 2.0