New lesson- ‘project survival’ from the University of Sofia.

Botany | Biodiversity | Learning Outside the Classroom LOtC

Liliana Derewnicka | 29/01/14 | London

A new lesson that highlights the importance of plants and biodiversity is now available online.

In 'Project 'Survival'', young people play the part of scientists assessing areas of vegetation to find the one of most worth to humans during a time of disaster.

To complete the activity young people must devise and carry out their own experiments and feedback their results to the group, who then decide which area contains the best ratio of useful to poisonous plants. Therefore, they learn about botany and biodiversity, whilst the lesson actively illustrates how real scientists work.

 You can download this lesson plan and others from the resources section of the INQUIRE website.


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