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Dairy Farm Trip 2007

1) How to set up a wiki
2) How to teach the students how to use a wiki
3) The most effective ways to use a wiki in the classroom


WaZ Up!! ma name is Rahul. im 14..
I like Sports which is soccer and rugby. ma favourite subject is pe, Maths and social studies..
I like KFC..

My name is Leak O.

I like....
Ice cream

My favourite subject is.....
Social Studies
Hi i'm Seema
im in 9pe and my favourite subjects are english , science, maths, dance&drama ,and pe .
I like to play soccer, volleyball , etc

Filisi 9pe
i like all sorts of things.
i also like sing and music has an big impact on my life .

A. On your wiki, you need to write sentences to answer each of the following questions:
1. …describe why national parks are significant
2. …identify where national parks are located in New Zealand (Make a table saying which island the different parks are in)
3. …describe how people use our national parks
4. …describe how two different activities affect our national parks
5. …write down two things we need to remember from the Environmental Care Code for national parks
6. …name a cultural and a natural World Heritage sites. Explain what the difference is.
7. …describe why Antarctica is a unique environment
8. …explain different viewpoints relating to the use to Antarctica.

1.National parks are significant beacuse it is to preserve landscapes and resources for future generations.
2.Te urewa-east,south
Able tasman-west,south
Kahurangi park-south,west
Nelson lakes-north,south
Arthurs pass-east,south
Westland tai poutini-south,east
Mt cook-south,east
Mt aspiring-south,east
3.People use our national parks by exploring what they could do there,such as camping,hiking and tramping.
4.Two different activities that could affect our national parks are tramping-because some people stand on the plants and hunting-because more animals get killed and less people would want to come to hunt at our national park.
5.The two things that we need to remember for our enviromental care code are