Modular Curriculum Designed for the Environmental Education of 6th and 7th Grade Students in the North Cyprus
Şerife Gündüz 1, Gülsüm Aşıksoy 1, Umut Öksüz 1 *
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1 Near East University, Nicosia, CYPRUS* Corresponding Author


The environment can be defined as the whole system where the history and culture of people who live is constantly utilized while forming them with all natural beings in relation and interaction with each other. The ecosystem has changed with the impact of occasional natural events, and has reached a balance. However, since the first existence of people, they started to increasingly form the natural habitat in the way they desired, which led to a fast deterioration in the natural balance of the ecosystems. In the beginning. Such impacts were very limited; however, they had reached a momentum after the industrial revolution.


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EURASIA J Math Sci Tech Ed, 2018, Volume 14, Issue 6, 2133-2143

Publication date: 10 Mar 2018

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