Environmental communication is primarily the use of communication strategies to attract attention to issues about the environment. Before understanding the basics of environmental communication you need to first of all familiarize yourself with the concept of environment. This was what we did in our introductory class.
This section of the mid-term quiz is based on the introductory aspect of this lecture. Respond to the questions below. Make sure you write your name and registration number. Only those who participated in this quiz will be allowed to be part of tomorrow’s quiz (except those who took excuse from course rep – Nweke). In some of the following questions you are expected to address people in the village with your responses. So in some of the questions you’ll be required to provide your answer in Pidgin English as if you are addressing people in a village market square. Deadline is 7pm this night.
(Before responding to the questions, provide the meaning of at least three Spanish words you were taught in class).
1. What is the difference between a hurricane and a Tropical Storm? (Not In Pidgin English).
2. In which country did hurricane Florence occur? Is it still a hurricane or now a Tropical Storm? (Not in Pidgin English)
3. Define environment IN PIDGIN ENGLISH
4. What do you understand by environmental communication (respond in pidgin English)
5. What is flooding? Mention two kinds of flooding (respond in Pidgin English).
6. Explain to women in Ukwulu market the relationship between religion and pollution; tell them how they can contribute in making things right (pidgin English).
7. Differentiate between light greens and dark greens (respond in pidgin English).
8. Who is your current group head in Climate change dance rehearsal? Only those who have groups should do this.