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  111.   Managing Our Ecosystems: Past Pesticide Use In Point Pelee National Park of Canada
...Us Help Search Canada Site About the National National National Cultural Parks Canada Parks of Historic Marine Heritage Agency Canada Sites of Conservation Canada Areas of Canada Natural Heritage Teacher's Corner Banner TRC - Teacher Resource Centre Parks Canada Home TRC search TRC keyword search: Managing Our Ecosystems: Past Pesticide Use In Point Pelee National Park of Canada Home View Search this resource as a webpage. Enter a keyword: Web version View this resource as a PDF file. Print version 1840 kb, 13 pages Introduction Contests Description Teacher This classroom activity introduces the issue of DDT Resource co...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  112.   Financial Literacy - Insurance and Risk Management
Financial Literacy - Insurance and Risk Management Time Frame: 2 class periods that run 90 minutes each. Summary: Introduction of how insurance and risk management can protect you from unnecessary financial loss. Introduction of what insurance is, the different types of insurance, why it is necessary to have insurance and correcting myths insurance being a waste of...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  113.   Visit the Orchard
...http://www.waga.org/ed.html http://www.agr.gc.ca/pfra/shelterbelt/shbpub52.htm http://www.minnetonkaorchards.com/fall%20tours.htm#Young%20Students Name: Project Title: Date: Teacher(s): Harvesting Device Process 1. Has clear vision of final product 2. Properly organized to complete project 3. Managed time wisely 4. Acquired needed knowledge base 5. Communicated efforts with teacher Product (Project) 1. Format 2. Mechanics of speaking/writing 3. Organization and structure 4. Creativity 5. Demonstrates knowledge 6. Other: Below Avg. 1, 2, 3 1, 2, 3 1, 2, 3 1, 2, 3 1, 2, 3 Below Avg. 1, 2, 3 1, 2, 3 1, 2, 3 1, 2, 3...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  114.   Exploring 6 Simple Machines
...prove health or contribute to the harmony between humans and their environment. It is growing at exponential rate. New innovations and inventions are currently under development in the areas of: * * * * * * * bioengineering health care cultivation of plants and animals fuel and chemical production waste management and treatment materials applications regulation and safety A thorough understanding of these areas of bio-technology will contribute to a student's appreciation of the world around them. Design Brief Statement: You are to determine a future innovation for bio-related technologies in groups of three or four. U...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  115.   The Water We Drink
...by agriculturalists and astronauts to conserve and keep water clean. 5-10 minutes Why is clean water important to agriculture? Because water is so important to agriculture, farmers are stewards (or caretakers) of the land and water. What do agriculturalists do to conserve and keep water clean? A. Waste management plans for livestock are used by farmers to be sure their water supply is kept safe. These plans may include manure pits or holding and spreading manure only at certain times. They have to make plans for when and where the manure is spread. Homeowners should use only the amount of fertilizers and pesticides as...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  116.   Waste Minimisation /Protecting The Environment
Value: Non-violence Lesson 3.22 Topic: WASTE MINIMISATION /PROTECTING THE ENVIRONMENT Objective: To stimulate thought and action concerning the importance of maintaining our environment to enhance our own lives and for the benefit of future generations. Connecting different aspects of life into a meaningful whole. Willingness to develop a positive approach to life....
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    Grade Level: 3-8

  117.   Frightening Factory Farms
...across the nation. These corporate-controlled units -- where tens of thousands of animals are "produced" in factory-like settings -- are polluting America's water and air. 2. What are the health impacts of livestock factories? Because livestock factories produce and store large quantities of animal waste in leak-prone lagoons, America's water is at risk. A 10,000-hog operation produces as much waste in a single day as a town of 25,000 people. Manure spills, fish kills and poisoned water supplies have become a fact of life for too many rural communities. Unhealthy tap water has sickened people across the Midwest and South...
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    Grade Level: 6-12

  118.   Classroom Waste Audit
Classroom Waste Audit Recommended grade level: 4-12 Time required: Minimum of three class periods for waste audit alone, additional time depending on depth and scope of project. Purpose This activity will introduce students to the issues of solid waste at your school. After collecting and sorting a representative sample of your school'...
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    Grade Level: 3-12

  119.   Mini-Unit on Environmental Issues
Mini-Unit on Environmental Issues Objectives: ? Develop an understanding of what waste is. ? Summarize information gathered from school faculty on waste, recycling and reduction ? Determine how to make a waste free lunch. ? Construct own ideas on how to reduce waste. Correlation to the National Science Education Standards Content Standards: K-4 Science as Inquiry ? CONTENT STANDARD A: As a result of activi...
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    Grade Level: K-5

  120.   Ecozones Project
...tprint", boundaries, transition zone, ecumene) describe the characteristics of natural systems outline the criteria used to define selected Canadian ecozones and describe the processes and interactions that shape those ecozones explain how human activities (e.g., agricultural and urban development, waste management, parks development, forest harvesting, land reclamation) affect, or are affected by, the environment describe how natural systems (e.g., climate, soils, landforms, natural vegetation, wildlife) influence cultural and economic activities (e.g., recreation, transportation, employment opportunities) gather geogra...
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    Grade Level: 3-5


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