Research matters. What does good research look like? Why is good research necessary if we're to be good stewards?
Select ONE of the options below to complete after watching the Lesson Media.
The following activities will help introduce you to the concepts throughout the chapter. Your teacher will direct you to the activities to complete below.
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How does doing good research relate to you?
Systems change is change that addresses the root causes of social problems. The process is designed to reshape the structures that cause the system to behave in a certain way. Confused? We’re going to break it down, starting with this podcast.
There have been 23 Canadian prime ministers, but only one was born in BC and only one was a woman. That, of course, is the Rt. Hon. Kim Campbell. In this podcast, we will hear her thoughts on system change, the importance of biodiversity and why it’s so important for YOU to be involved.
This podcast is featured across all 5 subjects here on Nature Labs. We’re going to show you throughout this unit how each subject links to one another. You might not like art, or science, or English, or social studies – but hey – they are all related. Let’s begin to find out how!
🧍🏽🧍🏿♀️/👩🏾💻 Select the ONE theme you’d like to learn though from the five options below. You don’t need to explore them all, just choose the one that interests you the most or that your teacher determines to be the best fit. The theme will help guide you through the entire unit.
The themes include: Save the economy to save nature? Can we save every species? Does one individual matter? Are we loving nature to death? and Does nature need half?. Your teacher will decide if you are working on your own or in groups.