Kingdom of Plants (Stage 3, Stage 4)
No plants, no future! Students will explore why this statement is true, how scientists classify & name plants, & how scientists are contributing to an understanding of the botanical world.
No plants, no future!
In this virtual excursion students will explore why this statement is true, how scientists classify and name plants and how Botanic Garden’s Scientists are contributing to an understanding of the botanical world. Students will examine the majestic Wollemi Pine and the floral shape of the Proteaceae family as case studies and create their own herbarium specimen just like that of botanical scientists.
Cost: $100 for 1 class up to 30 students/$175 for two classes up to 60 students/ $225 for three classes up to 90 students. Additional classes up to 30 students are charged at $50 per class
Capacity: 300 students per session
IS THIS A FREE EVENT? No
BROUGHT TO YOU BY: The Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain Trust
Live Event - By Request
$100 for 1 class up to 30 students/$175 for two classes up to 60 students/ $225 for three classes up to 90 students. Additional classes up to 30 students are charged at $50 per class
Invoices will be emailed out on completion of the virtual excursion.
Main KLA, Strand, Sub Strand
Science and Tech » Working Scientifically and Design and Production » Living World
Science and Tech » Living World 7-10
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Requirements: Technology, Materials and Pre and Post event requirements.
If students are learning from home, they will need –
Own device with in-built microphone
If you are dialling in from the classroom, you will need –
A microphone so the presenter can hear the class. Please note that some laptop microphones are difficult to hear, and the positioning of the laptop is important for capturing sound.
A projector or smartboard that allows the students to see the presenter – your classroom smartboard is perfect for this.
Adequate sound volume (usually from your smartboard or external speakers). Laptop speakers are inadequate for your whole classroom to hear the presenter
More Information About This Event
Stage 3 Science and Technology
Examines how the environment affects the growth, survival and adaptation of living things
Stage 4 Science
Relates the structure and function of living things to their classification, survival and reproduction SC4-14LW
Explains how new biological evidence changes people’s understanding of the world SC4-15LW
Identify reasons for classifying living things
Classify some plants based on similarities and differences in structural features and use simple keys to assist
Explain how the features of some Australian plants are adaptations for survival and reproduction in their environment
Describe how people in occupations that involve the biological sciences use understanding and skills from across the disciplines of Science
Identify, using an example of an organism or group of organisms, where the classification has changed as a result of new evidence from technological developments, scientific discoveries and/or advances in scientific understanding
Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain Trust
If you have any queries please contact the provider
Name: Education and Engagement Team, Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain Trust
Phone: 0455 666 415
Email: [email protected]
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