New lesson plan to answer the question ‘why do flowers have different colours?’ from the University of Innsbruck.

Botany | Biodiversity

Liliana Derewnicka | 27/01/14 | London

A  new lesson plan to get young people working scientifically and engaged with plant science is now available online.

 ‘Why do flowers have different colours?’ is a lesson that will get young people exercising their inquiry skills to answer this question. To do this, they design and execute experiments and collate and discuss results. Through this process, they gain an insight into how science proceeds and learn about insect colour perception in relation to flower colour.  

You can also down load this lesson plan and others from the resources section of the INQUIRE website.


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