Video tutorial from BBC -
Female Komodo dragons can reproduce without a male. Their body creates a sperm substitute with which they fertilise their own eggs. When they first hatch, baby dragons are surprisingly vulnerable and climb trees as soon as possible to evade predation on the ground
This activity is designed to teach students about endangered species, what it means to be endangered and what causes a species to become endangered. It also features examples of conservation in action.
Explore some of the world’s newly discovered species and introduce students to the concepts of classification, using keys, variation and biodiversity. Challenge students’ understanding of classification with two newly discovered species classification key activities.
Video -subjects History, English, Art & Design & Geography – Stage 3, Year 9 students. A short video from the Jamaica Hidden Histories educational resource pack. Jamaican born fashion designer, Lorna Holder talks about working as head of young fashion for a leading British dress manufacture from 1979-1986<br />
This resource provides 30 high quality photographic images of Spring. Flowers, insects, new growth and sun dappled landscapes to provide inspiration for students of all ages. Ideal for Art, English (Creative Writing), Geography, Biology .... or as a general classroom resource.<br />
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This resource comprises a slide show of images of dramatic landscapes, offering inspiration for Art students of all ages. The textural and compositional qualities of the images could potentially provide a starting point for media experimentation and artwork development. <br />
This resource is equally suitable as a cross curricular tool, offering a visual reference for geography students or as inspiration for creative writing. It can be used in conjunction with other Art resources by Mael Matthews on TES.