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Explain the consequences of the use of a dairy farm on people and places

What are we learning?

  • Understand how people interact with natural and cultural environments.
  • Understand that this interaction has consequences.
  • Investigate the social, environmental and economic impacts of the dairy industry on New Zealand. 

Key Concepts:

  • Perceptions
  • Viewpoints
  • Sustainability
  • Causal Relationships 

Additional Materials Added

How would New Zealand's dairy industry be impacted by economic, social and environmental change?

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How would New Zealand's dairy industry be impacted by economic, social and environmental change?

We all live downstream

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We all live downstream

Eventually all things merge together and a river runs through it.

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Eventually all things merge together and a river runs through it.

I am the river and the river is me.

Teacher's Guide

I am the river and the river is me.

Can a farmer help me see into the future?

Teacher's Guide

Can a farmer help me see into the future?

Can I ‘talk dairy farm’ in 10 easy steps?

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Can I ‘talk dairy farm’ in 10 easy steps?

What do juggling and dairy farming have in common?

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What do juggling and dairy farming have in common?

Just add water

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Just add water

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  • Year 11 Geography students
  • Students who live in a rural environment.
  • Students who enjoy challenging situations. 
Learning Areas
  • Geography
  • Science
  • Social Sciences
  • Caring for the Land. Farm Visit
  • A Sustainability Project
  • Sustainability and Dairy Farms
  • Sustainability. Farm Visit.
Verbs
  • Connect
  • Interview
  • Cause and Effect
  • Simplify
  • Organise
  • Represent