<p>These are two handouts ideal for use in science, habitats. Also good for review. The first Handout the children are able to cut the animals out and stick them in the correct place. The second Handout is taken a step further.
Using stunning photographs from the ARKive website, www.arkive.org, this activity introduces the use of biological keys in a visual and informative way. Also included are questions about elasmobranch biology and links to further audio-visual resources.
This help sheet is designed to support a practical lesson about an endothermic reaction between Ammonium chloride and water. The help sheet will guide less able students through writing a conclusion to the experiment.
This is for a 100 minute lesson, but there are two tasks which could be split over two 50 min lessons.
The Timeline Poster is one activity and the Darwin text based activity is the second activity.
The text may be too textual for low ability or low reading age students, my low reading age group had an LSA and they were ACE!