brief, basic information laid out in an easy-to-read format. May use informal language. (Includes most news articles)
provides additional background information and further reading. Introduces some subject-specific language.
lengthy, detailed information. Frequently uses technical/subject-specific language. (Includes most analytical articles)
Deconstruction of Habitats
Why is there a crisis?
NB: Video requires Google Chrome or Safari to view.
Welcome to the research guide for Human Impact on Local Ecosystems. This guide has been created to assist Year 10 students researching the biotic and abiotic health of Lake Claremont and the possible impact human activity may have on its delicate ecosystem. Students are to discuss the potential impacts of one particular global issue on Lake Claremont from the list below:
- Habitat Destruction
- Air Pollution
- Water Pollution
- Land Pollution
- Introduced Species
Department of Environment
Anderson, P. (2015, September 14). 007 Ecosystem ecology [Video File]. Bozeman Science
Energy Flow in Ecosystems
Anderson, P. (2015, September 17). 008 Energy flow in ecosystems [Video File]. Bozeman Science
Global Climate Change
Anderson, P. (2016, February 1). 034 Global climate change [Video File]. Bozeman Science
Loss of Biodiversity
Anderson, P. (2016, February 8). 035 Loss of biodiversity [Video File]. Bozeman Science
Overfishing, the Blue fin tuna example (from "The End of the Line")
Murray, R. (Producer). (2009). Overfishing, the Blue Fin tuna example (from "End of the Line") [Motion Picture]. UK:Arcane Pictures
Dornan, S. (2016, May 9). Alternative forms of assessment. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jzfM4RcUM20&list=PL61mmSm2DLSTad4SdQIht8DK_0sxsV7fu&index=5
Here is a brief overview of some of the videos my students have made as an alternative to the traditional essay writing.