Australian Fauna

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Unit 3
Introduction
Australian Fauna
What do I know about Australian fauna and what can they tell us about the Australian environment?
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Australian Fauna

  1. 1. Outdoor and Environmental StudiesPresentation <br />VCE<br />Unit 3 and 4<br />Study Design 2006-2011<br />Australian Fauna<br />4 October 2010<br />1<br />John Pahlow<br />
  2. 2. Acknowledgements<br />This Presentation draws on a number of sources<br />VCAA website and documentation<br />VOEA documentation, website and resources<br />Andrew Mannion materials<br />Gough et al text<br />Amongst others<br />4 October 2010<br />2<br />John Pahlow<br />
  3. 3. Key Items<br />There are 4 main keys to unlock your capacity in this area they are<br />Key Knowledge<br />Key Skills<br />Key Concepts<br />Key Terms<br />4 October 2010<br />3<br />John Pahlow<br />
  4. 4. This presentation is the 2nd in a sequence to provide support for examination preparation.<br />They should not be seen as a catch all – all encompassing complete sure fire way of revising, but aim to assist. <br />Presentation: Australian Fauna<br />4 October 2010<br />4<br />John Pahlow<br />
  5. 5. Key CONCEPTS~ building a picture<br /><ul><li>How has the 3 factors regarding the Australian environment impacted on the type of fauna in Australia and their characteristics, range and features etc?</li></ul>4 October 2010<br />5<br />John Pahlow<br />
  6. 6. KEY TERMS: 1~ building a glossary<br /><ul><li>See how many animals you can name or find that are Australian and at least one for every letter of the alphabet (if possible)
  7. 7. A
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  10. 10. D
  11. 11. E
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  20. 20. N
  21. 21. O
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  23. 23. Q
  24. 24. R
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  26. 26. T
  27. 27. U
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  29. 29. W
  30. 30. X
  31. 31. Y
  32. 32. Z</li></ul>4 October 2010<br />6<br />John Pahlow<br />
  33. 33. Essential Questions<br />The following images are provided as prompts.<br />When I use my senses to observe the animals of Australia what do I observe? What can it tell me about the animals and the environment they live in?<br />4 October 2010<br />John Pahlow<br />7<br />
  34. 34. Images<br />4 October 2010<br />John Pahlow<br />8<br />
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  53. 53. Essential Questions<br />What details do you know for the animals in the pictures or other Australian animals? What response can you make to the following prompts in each case?<br />What animals can’t you recognise? What information might help you with your detective work?<br />STATUS:<br />DESCRIPTION:POPULATION:<br />LIFESPAN:<br />RANGE:<br />HABITAT:BEHAVIOR:<br />OFFSPRING:<br />THREATS:<br />PROTECTION:<br />4 October 2010<br />John Pahlow<br />27<br />
  54. 54. Contact<br />pahlowj@gmail.com<br />4 October 2010<br />John Pahlow<br />28<br />

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