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Environmental interpretation

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  • 1. EnvironmentalInterpretation
  • 2. It can be defined as:‘translating the technicallanguage of a natural scienceor related field into terms andideas that people who aren’tscientists can readilyunderstand And it involvesdoing it in a way that’s
  • 3. "Tildens principles" of interpretationFreeman Tilden workedfor the US national parkservice and developed aset of 6 principles in 1957.These principles havebeen the foundation ofInterpreting theenvironment since then.allig-bligblagblog.blogspot.com
  • 4. 1. Any interpretation that doesnot somehow relate what is beingdisplayed or described tosomething within the personality orexperience of the visitor will besterile.
  • 5. 2. Information, as such, is notInterpretation. Interpretation isrevelation based upon information.But they are entirely differentthings. However all interpretationincludes information.
  • 6. 3. Interpretation is an art, whichcombines many arts, whether thematerials presented arescientific, historical orarchitectural. Any art is in somedegree teachable.
  • 7. 4. The chief aim of Interpretationis not instruction, but provocation.
  • 8. 5. Interpretation should aim topresent a whole rather than apart, and must address itself tothe whole man rather than anyphase.
  • 9. 6. Interpretation addressed tochildren (say up to the age oftwelve) should not be a dilution ofthe presentation to adults, butshould follow a fundamentallydifferent approach. To be at itsbest it will require a separateprogram.

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