Module 3 — Stand level components
of biodiversity
British Columbia
Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations
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Module 3, Part B — Wildlife trees — continued
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Part 3B — Wildlife trees — Closure
 

Review of learner outcomes

 
  1. Are you able to describe wildlife trees?

  2. Are you able to identify forest management applications for wildlife trees? 

  3. Are you able to describe the role of wildlife trees within forest biodiversity?

     

Recall

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Part 3B is very long and contains a lot of information.

Using a graphic organizer, recall what information was presented.

This is only a partial diagram; you need to insert the details.
You may find it better to place your sheet of paper in a landscape position. 

Use single words or phrases when adding details.

Color each of the five headings and its contents a different color.
Many people remember best when color is used.

     

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As I continue do my job, what will I modify because of what I learned in Part 3B?

     

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If more people knew more about wildlife trees, how would that change the way they view forest biodiversity?

Here are URL's for more wildlife information:
http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/wld/
http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/serisk.htm

     

Celebrate

 

Another one completed!

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