This science-based unit uses the stunning imagery and 360 media from the XL Catlin Seaview Survey.
The unit can be used as a standalone primer for students, using a new and exciting context of corals, clown fish and sharks, or as a comparative study to the local environment.
Students work through a series of connected lessons to develop their understanding of:
- habitats and how they provide the basic needs of plants and animals
- identification, classification and the use of keys
- life cycles, anatomy and sexual reproduction
- how animals obtain their food using the idea of food chains
- how animals and plants are adapted to their environment
- human impact on the environment
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