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Please Review the documentary “Singapore: Biophilic City”, which is on Blackboard.
The written assignment should be in the following format:
Paragraph 1: Give details on the documentary Title of documentary Intended audience
Paragraph 2: Explain the purpose of the documentary What is the purpose of the documentary? What is the main message the director wants to get across to the audience?
Paragraph 3: State your prior knowledge of the subject Did you know anything about the subject before you watched the documentary? What did you expect to see? What questions did you have in mind about the subject?
Paragraph 4: Summarize the documentary Who/What is the subject of the documentary? What is the documentary about? What are the main events (if any)? Where was it filmed?
Paragraph 5: Give personal comments and recommendations Which part of the documentary do you like most? What have you learned from it? Was there anything that surprised you? What are the drawbacks of the documentary? Would you recommend this documentary for future students taking this class? this is the documentary:
Essay On The Documentary “Singapore: Biophilic City”
Length: 3 pages (916 Words)
Madi 190 unit 4
Documentary Name: ‘Singapore: Biophilic City.'
Director: Linda Blagg.
Producer: Prof Peter Newman.
Production year: 2012.
Origin of the storyteller: Australia
This write up draws around the distinctiveness of an upcoming planning model called Biophilic urbanism. It gives a look at Singapore, which has shown that elevated density does not have to mean reduced existence of natural systems. The write up depicts how Biophilic urbanism works to advancing natural systems which are flanked by building, plus those on the frontage and, top most roofs of buildings.
Biophilia is a term used to mean ‘love towards living systems.' Edward Wilson made the term popular in his book ‘Biophilia’. He explains the term as an inborn resemblance that people have with the natural world. He puts more weight on his explanation by further saying that people have evolved alongside nature. Hence they need the natural world in their lives (Edward3).