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Teacher guide Energy, eaten alive!

TLF ID M021761

Living things can be grouped by their external features and distinguished from non-living things. This inquiry-based sequence of eight lessons is based on current food security, sustainability and photosynthesis research. The experiments and activities include easy to set and see science displays, word games, practical activities and maths learning activities. The unit includes a worksheet to assist in implementing a modified version of the scientific method and researcher profiles to directly link to the research.




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  • Name: ARC Centre of Excellence for Translational Photosynthesis
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  • URL: http://photosynthesis.org.au/
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  • Name: ARC Centre of Excellence for Translational Photosynthesis
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  • URL: http://photosynthesis.org.au/
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