Join NFU Education and the Association for Science Education to learn about the carbon cycle, what farmers are doing to reduce carbon emissions and how your students, as consumers of 2030, can help to fight climate change.
These live lessons will be of particular relevance to those studying science at GCSE.
GCSE Combined Science and GCSE Biology:
The principle of material cycling
GCSE Combined Science and GCSE Chemistry:
Carbon dioxide and methane as greenhouse gases.
If you have never joined a live lesson before, see the guidance hub, where you will find technical and educational support.
1. Introduction (5 mins)
The live lesson will open with an introduction to the session. The host will give any shout outs to participating students and schools.
2. Subject knowledge (15 mins)
The host will explain the carbon cycle and extend it into a more complex model that includes both carbon sinks and the flow of carbon between sinks.
3. Case studies (15 minutes)
Learners will be introduced to farmers who will explain the steps they have taken to reduce carbon emissions on their farms.
4. Q&A and conclusion (15 mins)
The last section allows for classes and students to ask further questions to clarify any of the points covered or to deepen their knowledge.
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