I lived here for a year in my late 20’s. This makes me wish I still did.
Amazonia’s abundant natural resources underpin water, energy, food and health security for the people and
economies of the region and far beyond. At the heart of this nexus of securities is water. So abundant in the
region, but now under increasing threat as industrial and agricultural pollution increases, and extreme droughts reveal a once unthinkable water vulnerability.
The First in a series of short films, aiming to give viewers an intimate view of wild habitats across the U.K, without the use of narration or a definitive plot, allowing viewers to take what they want from the footage, illustrating as closely as possible what it is like to explore the habitat first hand.
This film could be used to get children writing about ‘the sense of place’. Setting the scene, using adverbial phrases to describe where, when and how things are happening. They could use prepositional phrases to describe where things are. They could build word banks to describe the myriad of wonderful things in the film.
It could be the stimulus for a story about the wildlife in the forests.
If you think of other ideas for the film please don’t hesitate to add a comment below.
A cool video to show your class at the end of the school day.
1) Write a diary about her days walking by the river.
2) Compare it to where you live.