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Conservation Solutions Live Lesson

Register your class for a free live lesson to explore the geography and ecosystems of southern Kenya and northern Tanzania. For primary students.

Cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) in the Namiri Plains of the Serengeti, Tanzania

Through our Conservation Solutions Live Lesson, students will discover the interdependence of natural systems and recognise the consequences that occur when connections are altered or damaged by humans. Students will learn about human-wildlife conflict in the region and address discover how WWF’s Land for Life project is providing real-world conservation solutions in this landscape.

  • Lesson duration: 45 Min
  • Venue: Virtually; using Zoom or Microsoft Teams
  • Cost: FREE

Amy Ball

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Conservation Solutions: Learning Objectives

  • Locate southern Kenya and northern Tanzania on the world map and identify some of its key geographical features;
  • Recall key wildlife, food chains and current threats to nature in Kenya and Tanzania;
  • Understand the interdependence of natural systems and recognise the consequences that occur when connections are altered or damaged by humans; and
  • Recall real-world wildlife conservation solutions in Kenya and Tanzania.

Curriculum links Key Stage 2 / Second Level:

  • England: Science: Living things and their habitats; Animals including humansGeography: Human and Physical geography
  • Scotland: Sciences: Planet Earth; Biodiversity and interdependence; Topical ScienceSocial Studies: People, place and environment
  • Northern Ireland: The World Around Us: Interdependence; Place; Change over time
  • Wales: Geography: Locating places, environments and patterns; Understanding places, environments and processes / Science: Interdependence of organisms

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