Talk:Deforestation/Solutions

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BBC content202:59, 4 October 2009
Image023:17, 28 September 2009
Report320:59, 28 September 2009
PBL social001:44, 27 September 2009

BBC content

Hi Had to delete this - will have a hunt for something else on Local Solutions ... unless anyone has anything handy :-)

Hmlamond (talk)17:45, 30 September 2009

http://www.ran.org/new/kidscorner/kid_s_action/7_steps_kids_can_take/
http://www.eduweb.com/agriculture/comag.html - i think you may have already ruled this one out
http://www.globalresponse.org/kids_helpenviro.php this is the info i found on the copyright page Copyright

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Reproduction is authorized, provided the source is acknowledged, save where otherwise stated. Reprinted articles are shared under the Fair Use Law: Doctrine of International Copyright Law: http://www4.law.cornell.edu/uscode/17/107.html Where prior permission must be obtained for the reproduction or use of textual and multimedia information (sound, images, software, etc.), such permission shall cancel the abovementioned general permission and indicate clearly any restrictions on use.
I don't know how useful this site would be although the description of rain forest is quite cute http://www.rainforesteducation.com/ Here is the copyright stuff With only a few noted exceptions, the photographs on this site are by me, and copyrighted. They may be used freely by students and teachers for classroom projects, but may not be published, including on the internet, without permission. Please let me know how you like this site, and how you use the material! -dr. steve blythe

Whaeatina (talk)01:35, 3 October 2009

Hi As far as I can tell:

  • www.ran.org is fine - I can't find anything about reserved rights or copyright so we could either link to it, or add the content with a source.
  • eduweb is all right reserved (so no copying) but we should be ok to link to it.
  • globalresponse.org - good to copy (reproduce) with acknowledgement
  • rainforesteducation.com - photos are copyright and not to be reproduced. Could link to the site though.

Will add links etc now. H

Hmlamond (talk)02:59, 4 October 2009
 
 

Hi Guys, i swapped the slash and burn image for one of macaws from wikimedia commons. T

Whaeatina (talk)23:09, 28 September 2009

Hi there,

Please will the creator of the report plan explicate the different categories: there is not enough detail for this to make sense to a Year 5 novice report writer. I also suggest an example of each category, i.e. topic (provide example), illustration (do you mean a drawing here? if so, provide a scanned image, if not, please explicate) etc. I know that this is a bit more work, but it would be well worth it!

Thanks, Leigh

Leigh.dell (talk)06:58, 27 September 2009

Hi Leigh, I will update the report plan today. I will add report on an amazonian rainforest animal. I have a teachers only day today so it will be tonight before I can. I will try to address minor issues this morning Tina

Whaeatina (talk)18:27, 27 September 2009

Hi Tina Do you want the image of the orangutang to show in the report plan? I'll upload it show you can see what I mean :-)

Hmlamond (talk)17:41, 28 September 2009

looks flash as with the pic uploaded. Thanks. It was my intention. Nice anticipation. Ka mau te wehi (AWESOME!)

Whaeatina (talk)20:59, 28 September 2009
 
 
 

PBL social

I think the report is a culmination of shared understanding so even though it is a piece of independent writing it is based on knowledge that is socially constructed. I will again add a summary that reintroduces the big question and gets the learner to view from a slightly diff angle T

Whaeatina (talk)01:44, 27 September 2009