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1
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define experiential knowledge

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obtaining knowledge and understanding of the outdoors by participating. these experiences allow us to gain a sense of place and form relationships with the place

2
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define interrelationship

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the way in which living and non-living components and processes interact within the same or nearby environments.

3
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define environmental exploitation

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making use of environments and benefiting from their resources. often done in unsustainable way which causes degradation and destruction

4
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2 positive responses to outdoor environments

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awe and appreciation

5
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2 negative responses to outdoor environments

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fear and curiosity

6
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define awe, give example and potential link

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feeling of admiration. i’m in awe of this place and its beauty. revisit the environment.

7
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define appreciation, give example and potential link

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recognition of value, significance and enjoyment of the environment. i appreciate the view from the lookout. may appreciate things more in life.

8
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define fear, give example and potential link

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an unpleasant emotion. fear of water. never want to go there again.

9
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define curiosity, give example and potential link

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uncertainty of an outdoor experience. have risks been identified. doubt, stress, loss of confidence.

10
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4 ways people use an outdoor environments

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resource
study site
recreation & adventure
spiritual connection

11
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define resource

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can be described as something from the environment that supplies, supports or aids humans in a way.

12
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how do we use the environment as a resource

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we use water and shelter when we go on camps

13
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define recreation and adventure

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one of the most common values held in relation to the environment. recreation is typically characterised by the goals of fun, pleasure and adventure.

14
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how do we use the environment as recreation and adventure

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riding
snowboarding
hiking
swimming

15
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3 types of risks for safe participation in outdoors

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environmental risks
risks with people
risks with equipment

16
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define environmental risks & example

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  • the environment itself

- factors such as weather, terrain, remoteness, shelter

17
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define risks with people & example

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  • linked to participants
  • includes leaders, students or anyone you come in contact with
  • factors such as skills, knowledge, experience, health, ability, age or fear
18
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define risks with equipment & example

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  • linked to equipment we use

- includes clothing, kayaks, surfboards, bikes, tents, motor vehicles or fuel stoves.

19
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DRSABCD

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Danger
Response- COWS
Send For Help
Airways
Breathing- look, listen, feel
CPR- 2:30
Defibrillator
20
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factors that influence personal responses

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age
background
education
experience
culture
religion
21
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example of interrelationship

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the ways in which plants and animals interact

22
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define ecological perspectives

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its concerning biological sciences that exist within the different ecosystems along with the interrelationships of all living things.

23
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example of ecological perspectives

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scientists or biologists

24
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define social perspectives

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human interaction with an environment, refers to actions of a society or community.

25
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example of social perspectives

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scouts group or life saving team

26
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define economic perspectives

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what the natural environment can hold in terms of resources and income opportunities.

27
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example of economic perspectives

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farmer or commercial fisherman