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Teaching Resource: Photosynthesis

Subject taught
- Biology


Type of Product
- Exercises
- Slides
- Videos

Language Skills Developed
- Listening
- Speaking

Transferable/Scientific Skills Developed
Students will be able to identify the factors that influence photosynthesis and its role in our lives.

General aims: the student to understand the definition, the mechanism of photosynthesis, the importance of the factors involved in the process but especially the fact that photosynthesis is a vital process on our planet. Linguistic aims: - to read English with ease - to understanding content - to communicate reading experiences - to learn from written texts Subject specific aims : - Student can explain visually and theoretically how PHOTOSYNTHESIS works - student knows how to proof photosynthesis, to prove by an experiment the release of oxygen - the student to understand the influence of internal and external factors on photosynthesis Target group age: Students from primary school 10-13 years old Level of competence in English (CEFR): B1/B1+ Time required to use the resource with the students: Time required to use the resource with the students: The material can be divided into twoo parts. This way the teacher can use the resource with the students for twoo lessons. How to use it: The teacher can ask the students what they already knows about this process. Then the teacher will explain theoretically and they will know a brief history about Photosynthesis. Students should try to understand in English the concept of the Photosynthesis and the content of the website. Possible difficulties for the students: Students who have poor knowledge of English can have problems with understanding the content. Students also may have difficulty understanding and interpreting the formula of photosynthesis.

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