Module 3 — Stand level components
of biodiversity
British Columbia
Ministry of Forests
Course Start | Contents | Help | Index | Ministry Home
Module 3, Part C — Coarse woody debris — continued
previous
Previous
next
Next
up icon 
Module 3

Part 3C — Coarse woody debris — Closure
 

Review of learner outcomes

 
  1. Are you able to describe coarse woody debris?
  2. Are you able to identify forest management applications for coarse woody debris?
  3. Can you describe the role of coarse woody debris in forest biodiversity?

If you cannot complete these questions, what will you do so that you are able to?

     
Recall

graphic

  Think about the last time you were in the forest and many of the recommendations for maintaining coarse woody debris were implemented.
  • What would it look like? 
  • What sounds would you hear?

Use a T-chart to write your thoughts.

On the left side of the T, list what the coarse woody debris in a forest would look like. (What would you see?)

On the right side of the T, list what the coarse woody debris in the forest would sound like. (What sounds would you hear?)

     

iconTransfer of learning

 

If you were invited to a grade six class to talk to their science class about the role of coarse woody debris in forest biodiversity, what 4 – 6 ideas would you emphasize?

     

icon Reflections

 

What was the most significant idea or concept that you learned in this part of the module?

     
Celebrate   You have completed Module 3, part C — Coarse woody debris!

graphic

 
next
 
Next: Forest floor
 
previous
Previous
next
Next
up icon 
Module 3

Course Start | Contents | Help | Index | Ministry Home
footer graphic top of page