National parks of other lands

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GS 105 exercise: National parks of other lands Yellowstone was the first national park in the world, but the idea of land conservation is not an American exclusive. For this exercise, I’d like you to investigate a national park in a foreign country. You have free reign to explore the world. Your findings will be shared with the rest of the class over the next few weeks. Be prepared to make a brief, professional presentation before your peers. These will not be scheduled, and will not all be on the same day, so be ready. Compile information about your park into a PowerPoint presentation. (If you don’t know how to do this, visit one of the labs in Founders for help)
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Unformatted text preview: You should include the following, at a minimum: Name, location, size and map(s) What the park preserves and celebrates Significant natural features (geologic and/or biologic) The national park system of your chosen country, beyond the chosen park. Use a consistent theme for the presentation, express yourself but don’t overdo it with special effects. Try to limit your presentation to a maximum of 10 slides. E-mail your PowerPoint to me before class on due date, or else you may submit it that day in class. Use the file naming format yourname-yourpark-yourcountry.ppt...
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