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Fact SheetThe Nitrogen Cycle

The Nitrogen Cycle

Testing stream health and resilience by measuring biodiversity.

What are we learning?

  • Explaining how living things respond to environmental changes both natural and human induced.
  • Finding evidence and carrying out appropriate investigations to develop simple explanations.
  • Understanding the basic components and methods involved in examining biodiversity in a waterway. 

Key Concepts

  • Metamorphosis
  • Biodiversity webs
  • Insect Life Cycles
  • Freshwater invertebrates 

Additional Materials Added

Eventually all things merge together and a river runs through it.

Teacher's Guide

Eventually all things merge together and a river runs through it.

We all live downstream

Teacher's Guide

We all live downstream

Just add water

Fact Sheet

Just add water

Could we convert the 1st XV field to a working dairy farm?

Teacher's Guide

Could we convert the 1st XV field to a working dairy farm?

I am the river and the river is me.

Teacher's Guide

I am the river and the river is me.

The secret to good pasture

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The secret to good pasture

The secret to good pasture Te Reo

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The secret to good pasture Te Reo

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  • Years 6-11
  • Students who respond well to real world examples.
  • Students who enjoy categorising and documenting.
Learning Areas
  • Science
  • Technology
  • Photosynthesis Makes Grass
  • Something in the Water.
Verbs
  • Visualise
  • Measure
  • Estimate
  • Conclude
  • Determine
  • Validate