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Survive and Thrive - Stage 3

Examine a range of native plants from contrasting rainforest and arid environments, observe the amazing adaptations that allow them to grow and survive. In research teams conduct a scientific investigation and complete scientific illustrations, fine tuning skills and making connections between the physical conditions in which plants live and their growth and survival.  


Learning Activities

  • By making observations and using scientific measurement tools students will conduct a scientific investigation into how environmental conditions affect the growth, survival and adaptation of plants in two contrasting, arid and rainforest environments.  
  • Complete a scientific illustration.  
  • ​Considers a testable scientific question, formulate a Hypothesis, collect and analyse data to communicate conclusions 

Stages

Stage 3 Science and Technology

Location

Rathborne Lodge
The Royal Botanic Garden
Mrs Macquaries Road, Sydney

Duration

2 hours

Cost

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Key Content
  • Conducting a comparitive scientific study. 
  • Drawing a scientific illustration.  
Syllabus Outcomes

Focused 

ST3-1WS-S  
Plans and conducts scientific investigations to answer testable questions and collects and summarises data to communicate conclusions. 

ST3-4LW-S 
Examines how the environment affects the growth, survival and adaptation of living things. 

Contact Us
For more information on our programs please contact us ​on programs.info@bgcp.nsw.gov.au 

Sustainable Development Goals

Through our education programs we aim to 
•    ensure inclusive and quality education for all and promote lifelong learning (SDG 4)
•    demonstrate actions that work towards making cities inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable (SDG 11)
•    inform and empower students to preserve our forests and halt biodiversity loss (SDG 15)

Through the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals we promote prosperity for the whole community, while protecting our planet for future generations.

               

We would like to acknowledge the Cadigal people of the Eora Nation within Sydney and pay our respect to Elders past, present and future.