This 14 page notes outline has blanks for the student to fill in as the students watch the "Science and the Environment PowerPoint Presentation" and as the teacher covers the following topics:
Science and the Environment, What is Environmental Science?, Major Fields of Study that Contribute to Environmental Science, Our Environment Through Time, Hunter-Gatherers, The Agricultural Revolution, Agriculture, The Industrial Revolution, Improving Quality of Life, Planet Earth, Closed Systems, Population Growth, Human World Population, Earth’s Main Environmental Problems, Resource Depletion, Renewable and Nonrenewable Resources, Pollution, Biodegradable and Nondegradable pollutants, Loss of Biodiversity, extinction, “The Tragedy of the Commons,” Economics and the Environment, Supply and Demand, Costs and Benefits, Risk Assessment, Developed and Developing Countries, Population and Consumption, Local Population Pressures, Consumption Trends, Ecological Footprints, Sustainability.
My PowerPoint presentations have been made to be both informative on curricular topics and visually stimulating for all students. 100% of my students prefer to receive and discuss new topics via PowerPoint (compared to reading textbooks, lectures, or copying information off of the board). I have found that this method works extremely well with both mainstreamed and inclusion students. When I taught in a traditional HS, I provided a notebook with all the slides for students who needed to take a second look at a slide or were absent for the day.
A free product preview of the entire outline is available. A Teacher Guide (Key) is included.
A PowerPoint Presentation and other resources on this topic can be purchased separately.
Science and the Environment PowerPoint Presentation
Science and the Environment Notes Outline Lesson Plan
Science and the Environment Homework Assignment 1
Science and the Environment Homework Assignment 2
Science and the Environment Quiz
Science and the Environment Exam
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