What do you want to know about biodiversity loss?

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These evidence-based, question and answer style classroom resources can be used to engage students of all ages to explore and understand biodiversity loss. They can be used in a variety of classroom scenarios, such as promoting debate or discussions, reviewing learning as a quiz activity, card sort or display in science or geography or supporting independent research and project work.

There are two versions of the resource available:

  • Basic (10 Q and A) - This is suitable for primary school pupils or younger secondary school students.
  • Extended (20 Q and A) - Suitable for older secondary school students. This version includes the same 10 questions and answers in the basic pack although the terminology used in the answers may be slightly different. The extended version can also be used to improve teachers' own knowledge in this area.

Additional formats of this resource, such as PowerPoint and A3/A4 posters, are available from the Royal Society's website. 

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