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Group 21
Our environment
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Living and survival on Earth requires continuous adaptation.
How do plants and animals alter their behaviour and form to favourably increase their chances? In what ways do humans make it difficult for other living things to survive on Earth.
Big Idea
- What are we doing to the Earth and how can we prevent permanent damage?
CfE  (Planet Earth - Biodiversity) (Fourth) - SCN 405B - I can sample and identify living things from different habitats to compare their biodiversity and can suggest reasons for their distribution.
CfE (Topical Science) (Level Second) - SCN 236BB - I can report and comment on a current scientific news item to develop my awareness of topical science.

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Living things and the processes of life
 Variety & characteristic features

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Create and use keys to identify living things


 Interaction of living things with their environment

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Describe examples of human impact on the environment that have brought about beneficial changes and examples that have detrimental effects


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Give examples of how plants and animals are suited to their environment


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Explain how responses to changes in the environment might increase the chances of survival

Future Learning (progression) -  G26 Energy Flow & Living Things      G32 Biotechnology     G27 Towards Evolution
INT1 Biology: Unit 2 Biotechnology Industries            INT1 MER: Unit 1 Environmental Issues

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