This is the page where you will find the weekly learning objectives for our A2 Human Biology Lessons.
Today we are going to cover the following points from the specification:
3.5.4 Human activities can damage ecosystems and create new ones.
Look at what you need to be able to do highlighted in bold above.
What I would like you to do before the lesson is find me an example of a habitat on a wasteland and an example of a brownfield site with a comment on its importance for the biodiversity of a named area.
Here is an example of a brownfield site with plenty of description of why it is important. This is one of the first results on a quick google search so this shouldn’t take you too much effort. If you could communicate with each other to ensure that you all pick a different example then that would give us a good starting point for the lesson.
Here are some exam questions that we will use in the lesson. One of them is related to brownfield sites: Studying ecosystems questions
Any questions then, as ever, please email or leave a comment on here.
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