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  1. 1. Elements of Natural andBuilt Environment ProjectOne Individual taskENBE Project 1Trip toRiverstone EcoResort
  2. 2. Tittle• Explain the brief to riverstone eco resort• Journey to the Riverstone• Introduce of The resort and brief• Into the forest• Searching our site and Doing Research• Free activity ,rest and doing logo• Our second site• My Research• Our Infographic PosterThe End
  3. 3. Our lecturers Ms. Delliya and Ms.Norma had given us a briefabout our project one of ENBE.Explain the brief to riverstone ecoresort
  4. 4. An important note prepared by ourlecturers for us to remind us what tobring, our schedules and all theinformations about our site visit.The brief told us how todo our infographicposter , presentation, and others
  5. 5. 15 April 20137am in the morning :- We gathered at Taylor’s University, wait for thebus.8:30 am- Seperated into groups into different buses.- Depart from Taylor’s University to Riverstone.
  6. 6. Journey to the Riverstone
  7. 7. Departed from the bus and goinginto the resort to check in ourroom with heavy luggages.Finally, we arriveto the resort.
  8. 8. Its all aboutnature, noelectricity before7pm andelectricity on until12am only . Therealso no waterheater, no air-conditioner, nophone signal andothers.Introduce of The resort andbrief
  9. 9. Outside view of our dorm.Comments :Well, we really can’t stand it at first whenwe saw the blankets and bed sheetswere full of dust and they were dirty, butit was solved when we changed them.Our dorm :
  10. 10. Before starting our activities.After puttingour luggagesinto ourdorm, then wegathered at thehall . The halltotally made bywood and wejust listen to ashort brief byMs. D about thisvisit.
  11. 11. First activity – Selecting site The first and most important thing of ourproject one – Selecting our site. The site is very important, we need tofind data at the same time for ourinfographic poster. With our lecturers advices , we followedthe staff of the resort to show us the areaof the resort. We are not allowed to gettoo far from the resort because to ensureour safety. With full of excitement, we began ourexploration.
  12. 12. Into theforest
  13. 13. Siteexploration
  14. 14. Looking aroundto find a niceplace as oursite
  15. 15. Ah!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!I attack by LeechLeech BiteSO SAD…….
  16. 16. Searching our siteand DoingResearch
  17. 17. Our first siteThis is our first site.At first we decided to make our site here, but afterwe showed to our lecturer Ms Norma, shesuggested us to change to another site.This is because, our site has to less information to, ifwe are going to do it, we have to focus on someelements until very detailed.So, we decided to change our site to another spot.Wow !!
  18. 18. Our first site.It’s a hard decision to makewhen we decide to changeour site, which means ourefforts before was wasted butwe have no choice. We justdo it.
  19. 19. We are required to :i. Sketch or draw the layout of our site.ii. Take photo and video record your site from all angles.iii. Observe your site and get into everything as a group andindividually concentrate on the natural subject.iv. Record everything on your site. Take note on thetexture, pattern, color , species of plant, animals andinsect, what is it eating, how it survive, how does itmove, features and characteristic of these naturalelements, natural topography, landscape, and as manynatural elements on site.v. Collect Record the measurements on our site.Collecting data
  20. 20. The 5 sensesWe are required to record the things that excite oursenses: SightI saw the water flowing , many type of tree , Insect andsome bird SmellI smell fresh air and the smell of water. HearI hear the sound of water flowing and the sound of birdcrow FeelI feel more closer to the natural TasteI taste the taste of water. It is tasteless and same likenormal water
  21. 21. Our sketching
  22. 22. Free activity ,rest and doing logoAt 6pm we have free time. We do whatever we want.At 7 .30 pm, we are having our dinner at down floor.Then, Ms. D told us to make a logo for our group. SoWe rushed and made our logo.
  23. 23. Process ofmaking ourlogo
  24. 24. This is our logoThe Furions
  25. 25. Our second site
  26. 26. In our second site, we found moreinformation over there. So we started to doresearch about the insect, plant, animalover there. The most important things isthere are safety more than our first site, itwater not deep, the water flowing not sofast and easy to entry.
  27. 27. MyResearchaboutPlantInsectThe Leech The Fern
  28. 28. LeechLeeches are the segmented worms that live in a wide rage ofenvironments including fresh water, salt water and on land . Someleeches are carnivorous and swallow their prey whole, bot most areparasitic, latching onto and moving across their hosts with twosucking discs positioned on either end of their bodies.• Most of them live in the shallow water, usually slowmoving water• Some live in the ocean• Some live in warm moist lands• Those living in the ocean or river canals will found onrocks or plants• Those living on the land will found in rainforests or wetcoastal forests. They usually found clinging to plant orunder rocksIntroductionHabitat
  29. 29. FernA fern is any one or more of a group of about12,000 species of plants belonging to the botanicalgroup. Ferns first appear in the fossil record 360 millionyears ago, but many of the current families and speciesdid not appear until roughly 145 million years ago.Ferns are not of major economic importance, but someare grown or gathered for food, as ornamentalplants, for remediating contaminated soils, and havebeen the subject of research for their ability to removesome chemical pollutants from the air. Some aresignificant weeds. They also play a role inmythology, medicine, and art.
  30. 30. HabitatSome fern are adapted to a dry habitat but most prefer the shady moistconditions of woodlands. They are particularly abundant in tropicalrainforests and in the modern world there are still thousands of differentspecies of this ancient and very successful group.
  31. 31. The sketchOf leech
  32. 32. The sketch ofFern
  33. 33. Our Infographicposter
  34. 34. Our Group Infographic
  35. 35. Thanks forwatchingTHE END