Spirit of Vancouver Award Video

Prescribed Learning Outcomes Complemented
by this Activity

  • demonstrate the ability to work individually and co-operatively to solve problems (Applied Mathematics 11)
  • demonstrate the use of forest measurement tools (Resource Sciences 11 Forests)
  • apply collected data to describe forest areas (Resource Sciences 11 Forests)
  • enter information accurately using appropriate keyboarding techniques and software that allows for the storage, retrieval, and editing of material (Information Technology 8-9)
  • demonstrate the ability to conduct research using print, non-print, and electronic sources (History 12)
  • apply the following geography themes to relevant issues: (Geography 12)
    • place (the physical and human characteristics that make a location unique)
    • regions (basic units of study that define an area with certain human and physical characteristics)
    • human and physical interaction (the way humans depend on, adapt to, and modify the environment)
  • apply an existing academic, personal management, or teamwork skill in a new context (Career and Personal Planning 8 – Career Preparation)
  • describe relationships and analyze patterns of change (Science 9)
  • evaluate how major natural events and human activity can affect local and global environments and climate change (Science 8 – Life Science – Global Ecosystems)

 

Related Cross-Curricular Areas

  • Environment and Sustainability
  • Career Development
  • Information Technology
  • Applied Focus in Curriculum





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    Books (Tree) and Audubon Society Pocket Guides.


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