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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  • 1. Outdoor and Environmental StudiesPresentation
    VCE
    Unit 3 and 4
    Study Design 2006-2011
    Australian Fauna
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  • 2. Acknowledgements
    This Presentation draws on a number of sources
    VCAA website and documentation
    VOEA documentation, website and resources
    Andrew Mannion materials
    Gough et al text
    Amongst others
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  • 3. Key Items
    There are 4 main keys to unlock your capacity in this area they are
    Key Knowledge
    Key Skills
    Key Concepts
    Key Terms
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  • 4. This presentation is the 2nd in a sequence to provide support for examination preparation.
    They should not be seen as a catch all – all encompassing complete sure fire way of revising, but aim to assist.
    Presentation: Australian Fauna
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  • 5. Key CONCEPTS~ building a picture
    • How has the 3 factors regarding the Australian environment impacted on the type of fauna in Australia and their characteristics, range and features etc?
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  • 6. KEY TERMS: 1~ building a glossary
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  • 33. Essential Questions
    The following images are provided as prompts.
    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?
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  • 34. Images
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  • 35. Images
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  • 36. Images
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  • 37. Images
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  • 41. Images
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  • 46. Images
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  • 48. Images
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  • 50. Images
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  • 51. Images
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  • 52. Images
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  • 53. Essential Questions
    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?
    What animals can’t you recognise? What information might help you with your detective work?
    STATUS:
    DESCRIPTION:POPULATION:
    LIFESPAN:
    RANGE:
    HABITAT:BEHAVIOR:
    OFFSPRING:
    THREATS:
    PROTECTION:
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  • 54. Contact
    pahlowj@gmail.com
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