Nature in a changing climate: phenology uncovered

Uncovers phenology – the study of natural seasonal events – to offer an imaginative and practical cross-curricular approach

Nicky Souter and Kate Lewthwaite

What are trees, birds and butterflies telling us about the impacts of climate change? How can students observe, record and analyse these changes? How can we combat them? This innovative teaching resource has an emphasis on environmental science, citizenship and ICT.

Each chapter is full of engaging activities for both classroom, outdoor and homework use. The book includes teacher notes, worksheets and a full colour resource section, further supported by a CD-ROM and website.

A joint publication from ASE and the Woodland Trust.

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Author(s)Nicky Souter, Kate Lewthwaite
Age11-14, 14-16
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