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To find out how the Brazilian rainforest tribal people use their natural surroundings and how we can learn from them.
Watch the first Task 1 - Use your computers to complete this worksheet that compares the life of the tribe in the video and your life. Each image represents a category e.
Complete the task set using this framework worksheet. You can use this framework sheet. Optional Task - To watch the rest of video to the right and make notes on all of the special ways that the native people of the Amazonian rainforest in their everyday lives.
Uncontacted Tribes - Leave Them alone? Objective To write a diary extract about the feelings and experiences of the previously uncontacted tribe on the YouTube video. Task 1 - Watch the video the the right hand side.
Then read this newspaper article. Task 2 - Read this Survival International article. You are going to be completing some work by putting yourself in their place. You will be completing one of the following two activities: Tribal Art for those good at drawing! Split your page into two.
One half should depict the plane flying overhead and the second half should be drawn one year later when a combination of the factors from the table in task 2 has befallen your tribe. Want to see a real life 'First Contact', watch the first video on the right hand side.
Note down your immediate thoughts on this video. Task 1 - Watch the second video to the right and make some notes on the content. This will help you to formulate part of your newspaper task later. Explore the areas shown in red and read through the information about the tribes, their numbers and locations.
Click here for alternative access Task 3 - Visit the uncontactedtribes. Define an uncontacted tribe 1. Explain the threats to these tribes 3. Explain the potential consequences of 'First Contact' 4. To give the reader the full extent of their lives, explain five modern day things that they would never have heard of 5.
Why are they expert in forest survival and what could be learn from them? You should explain why there is a debate over their existence and what the dangers are to these indigenous people.
Would a 'western lifestyle' and all the technology and other interactions we have benefit these uncontacted people? All content copyright geographypods unless otherwise stated.Use this 'Color and Write: Volcano (primary)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home.
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