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Natural & Unnatural Extinctions

 ( Not Rated ) , by BeED Author   -  Science Lower Secondary (Hong Kong)

  1 hour(s)
   32   0   0
  Tuesday, April 30, 2019
  3.74 MB

Course Info

About this Place Of Interest

The Lee Kong Chian (LKC) natural history museum was officially opened in the National University of Singapore on April 2015. Housing a diverse collection of specimens from across multiple species groups, the museum strives to be a leader in Southeast Asian biodiversity in terms of research, education, and outreach. With over 2000 specimens on display, the museum is carefully divided into multiple exhibits to provide the best visiting experience for its guests.

About this Learning Experience

In this Learning Experience, we will be learning about the concept of extinction and how humans have attempted to fight it using de-extinction techniques. We will also be exploring the main reasons behind Earth’s dwindling species to help us prevent the next mass extinction event. This Learning Experience is suitable for Lower Secondary learners and above. Cover Image [1]

Syllabus Content

  • Balance in Nature
  • • Disturbances and Restoration
  • This Learning Experience incorporates the following updated curriculum emphases from the Hong Kong Science KLA curriculum guide:
  • ✔ Nurturing students’ interest in science and related disciplines
  • ✔ Emphasising students’ development of scientific thinking and problem solving skills
  • ✔ Strengthening students’ ability to integrate and apply knowledge and skills (including hands-on skills)
  • ✔ Fostering students’ sense of making informed judgements based on scientific evidence
  • ✔ Nurturing students to become self-directed learners of science

Resources Needed


LKC Natural History Museum, Singapore, Singapore

2, Conservatory Drive, 117377


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