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What have we covered so far?. Resources Recreation & Adventure. Watch the next two clips and write down what you think they are about . . . Remember it is all about how humans value nature. What are we doing next?. Let’s read through the handout Spiritual Connection

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what have we covered so far
What have we covered so far?
  • Resources
  • Recreation & Adventure
what are we doing next

Watch the next two clips and write down what you think they are about . . .

Remember it is all about how humans value nature

What are we doing next?

spiritual connection sense of place

Let’s read through the handout

Spiritual Connection

A deep connection with the natural environment

Spiritual connection & Sense of place
sense of place

It is important that we do not visit places as merely tourists, or onlookers, but immerse ourselves in the place, become involved in the life of the place…

Sense of place

We don’t yet, and may never fully understand the importance particular places have on our lives, how they shape who we are, what we believe in and how we behave.

study site

Continuing with the handout..

Geologist: Studies the origin, history and structure of the earth

Ecologists: A biologist who studies the relationship between organisms and their environment

Biologists: A scientist who studies living organisms

Archaeologists: An anthropologist who studies prehistoric people and their culture by the recovery and examination of remaining material evidence such as graves, buildings and tools

Study Site
study site1

Anthropologists:Studies the origin, behaviour, the physical and social and cultural development of humans

Botanists:Specialising in the study of plants

Agriculturalists: The science, art and business of cultivating soil, producing crops and raising livestock; farming

Study Site
newport lakes park

Basalt – volcanic rock

  • Ballast – a device to control stability

Now we will read about Newport Lakes and then go through the next worksheet

Newport Lakes Park
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