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Plant Growth: Material on anatomy, physiology and germination of plant seeds for biology classes (iStage 1)

Pflanzenwachstum: Biologiematerial zu Anatomie, Physiologie und Keimung von Pflanzensamen (iStage 1)

There would be no life on earth without plants. But who really looks at the different stages of plant growth? In the teaching unit ‘Plant Growth - The Life of Bernd the Bean’ students investigate development, germination and growth of bean seeds.

This unit is recommended for students age 14 to 16 as prior knowledge in biology and data analysis is required.

Please find the additional material mentioned in the text below. The project is taken from the brochure ‘iStage: ICT in Science Teaching’ from the unit ‘Biology and Health’. You can download the complete brochure here (printed version no longer available). The material has been developed by 22 teachers from 15 countries. The project has been supported by SAP.

Please find additional material for the teaching materials of iStage 1 here.

Authors: Anna Körbisch (AT), Márta Gajdosné Szabó (HU) | Ed. Science on Stage Deutschland e.V. | License: Creative Commons

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