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The student textbook introduces students to basic principles and management practices as they relate to water, air, forest, wildlife, outdoor recreation, energy, mineral and metal resources. This comprehensive textbook also deals with careers in each management area and includes safety information, case studies and Web site references directly related to all of the topics covered. Concepts are thoroughly presented in a straightforward and well-organized manner.
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This book serves as an introduction to outdoor education. It includes background information on various activities so that a novice could teach a unit at an appropriate level. Unit plans, lesson plans, required materials, pre-lesson preparation, blackline masters, teaching and safety tips are provided for challenge initiatives (without ropes), camping, outdoor cooking, fishing, archery, rock climbing, canoeing, kayaking and orienteering. It is recommended that teachers refer to locally developed guidelines and the safety guidelines for physical activity in Alberta schools in preparing for a field trip.