Biodiversity and Climate Patterns


Suggested: 2 days (field trip), 1 week (research week)

Learning objectives:

1. Understand the biodiversity of National Park
2. Collect and analyze biological and climatological data
3. Develop teamwork and collaboration skills
4. Apply scientific methods in real-world settings
5. Interpret and communicate findings effectively

Description of the learning process and activities:

Students will research the flora and fauna of the National Park, understand its climate patterns, and plan data collection methods. Students will work in small groups to collect data on plant and animal species, temperature, humidity, and other relevant factors. They will record observations and take photographs. Back at school (research week), students will analyze collected data in the science center. They will create presentations or reports summarizing their findings. Students will discuss their experiences, challenges faced, and insights gained during the entire process.

Other organisations involved:

National Park authorities for guidance on permissible activities and safety measures

Resources required:

1. Transportation to and from National Park
2. Field notebooks, data collection tools (binoculars, magnifying glasses, thermometers, etc.)
3. Access to the school's science center for data analysis during the research week.
4. Presentation materials (poster boards, digital presentation tools).
5. Permission and coordination with National Park authorities

Other remarks:

Activity based on research published in