PROGRAMME WOODCHIPS UNIT 1 NATURAL HISTORY

ELEMENT 1.1 PLANTS

Criteria (What you need to do)

Identify different plants and trees

Range (What you could study)

Fallen leaves, plant shapes

Knowledge (What you need to know)

Be able to see the differences between 6 different leave shapes

Evidence (Show how you have achieved the above)

Written or video evidence

Question and answer

Make a collection of leaves twigs etc

PROGRAMME ELFINS UNIT 1 NATURAL HISTORY

ELEMENT 1.1 PLANTS

Criteria (What you need to do)

Identify common plants and trees

Range (What you could study)

Survey a local area’s plant and tree community

Hedgerow surveys

Knowledge (What you need to know)

Be able to identify 15 common plants and trees

Evidence (Show how You have achieved the above)

Written or video evidence

Question and answer

Make a collection of leaves twigs etc


PROGRAMME PIONEER UNIT 1 NATURAL HISTORY

ELEMENT 1.1 PLANTS

Criteria (What you need to do)


Identify common plants and trees

Range (What you could study)

Survey a local area’s plant and tree community

Hedgerow surveys

Knowledge (What you need to know)

Be able to identify 25 common plants and trees

Evidence (Show how You have achieved the above)

Written or video evidence

Question and answer

Conducting a guided walk or lecture

PROGRAMME VENTURER UNIT 1 NATURAL HISTORY

ELEMENT 1.1 PLANTS

Criteria (What you need to do)
Research soil formation and soil types

Identify common plants and trees

Range (What you could study)

Survey a local area’s plant and tree community

Hedgerow surveys

Knowledge (What you need to know)

How different soils, acid, alkali etc support different plants communities

Be able to identify 35 common plants and trees

Evidence (Show how You have achieved the above)

Written or video evidence

Question and answer

Case studies of different areas i.e. chalk versus sand

Conducting a guided walk or lecture

PROGRAMME DF/ ADULTS UNIT 1 NATURAL HISTORY

ELEMENT 1.1 PLANTS

Criteria (What you need to do)

Research plant and tree physiology

Research soil formation and soil types

Identify common plants and trees

Understand the relationships between individual species and the world around them

Range (What you could study)

Survey a local area’s plant and tree community

Hedgerow surveys

Knowledge (What you need to know)

The physical parts of trees and plants including seed, roots, stem, annual rings, medulary rays, bark, cambium and leaves and how they function.

How soils are formed over different rock types and how they differ, acid, alkali etc and the different organisms they support

Be able to identify 60 common plants and trees

How these organisms relate to the water and nitrogen cycles, fungi including mycorhizal and endophytic and how they provide food and shelter in the web of life

Evidence (Show how You have achieved the above)

Written or video evidence

Question and answer

Case studies of different areas i.e. south downs versus the weald

Conducting a guided walk or lecture

 
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