Extreme Environments of the World
This project explores the various extreme environments found on Earth, including deserts, polar regions, high altitudes, and deep sea. The project discusses the unique characteristics that make these environments extreme, such
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Slide1ExtremeEnvironments of the World
Slide2What are the Extreme Environments?What makes them extreme?
Slide3How do people live in extreme environments?How do they survive?
Slide5Extreme Environment ProjectYour project MUST have a “ Title ” slide (first) Your project MUST have a bibliography slide (last) For your project, you MUST do at least 3 other slides. Project total – 5 slides minimum
Slide6Example 1 – DesertFind information for the following. Present your answers on 3 slides. Include pictures and captions. Slide 1 Where is the extreme environment? What makes it extreme? Describe the extreme conditions people living or exploring this environment must overcome. Slide 2 Name a group of people whose traditional home is the desert and describe their traditional dwelling, or Describe the habitat needed for your explorers to survive. Describe two traditional technologies people have use or could use to help them survive in this environment. Slide 3 Give two reasons why people would explore this extreme environment .
Slide7Powerpoint “ Rules ” 1. No more than 6 points per page 2. No more than 6 words per point 3. Font size 20(at least) 4. Century Gothic or Comic Sans MS fonts ONLY! 5. NO sound 6. One transition per page.
Slide8Bibliography Page (required)Every time you use a picture, or copy some text for your presentation, make note of where it came from. Copy and paste the URL onto a separate page of your Word document. Indicate which picture/text the URL applies to.