23 April Science 8 Continuing research on human impact on the environment

Timeline

  • April 23 Continue research–start outline–science & environment concepts, questions, issues, history-background
  • April 27 Continue research and complete outline
  • April 29 Continue research–finish research–start presentation
  • May 5 Select, develop, plan, practice activity
  • May 7 Activities ( 4 @ 15-20 minutes) Homework: research solutions and plan discussion
  • May 11 ( 4 @ 15-20 minutes) Homework: research solutions and plan discussion
  • May 13 ( 3 @ 25 minutes) (ALL work due in the digital science notebook–shared with anyone who has the link)
  • May 15 ( 3 @ 25 minutes)
  • May 19 ( 2 @ 25 minutes)
  • May 21 Spillover if we need the time

For the outline, consider:

  • Statement of topic with respect to Human Impact on the Environment
  • Science and Environment concepts
  • Questions (scientific, environmental, societal)
  • Issues–History and Background
  • Solutions

How will the presentation provide the basis for leading a discussion (beyond just sharing information)?

Order of presentations:

Period 1           Topics (see below) 

  • Tereza              1
  • JiWon              2
  • Joe                    3
  • Ali                     4
  • Syona               5
  • Vir                     6
  • Ishay                7
  • William          8  

Period 3                

  • Marc                5
  • Georgia           2
  • Amber             7
  • Sreya                3
  • Grace               1
  • Kun                  4
  • Joao                  8
  • Nicholas          6

Topics (Global and Indian)

  1.  *CO2–greenhouse effect–global warming–global climate change
  2. *Invasive species in India—loss of native habitat and biodiversity
  3. *Elements in an Ipad-Laptop-Cell phone–Rare earths and conflict minerals—environmental costs of technology
  4.  *Air quality in Delhi
  5.  *The Anthropocene and the 6th great extinction
  6.  *Mining-industrial and economic development-and conservation of nature / habitat / biodiversity in India
  7.  *Agriculture-pesticides-fertilizer-nutrition and health in India
  8.  *The concept of ecosystem services—re-evaluating economic policy and theory in light of the environment—other ways to assess the value of the environment—international examples—Indian example

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