In this resource children are asked to locate and name the world’s oceans on a map and discuss major marine features. They also discover the diversity and importance of the ocean and explore some of the issues it faces. Activities are introduced in a presentation featuring marine scientist, Professor Alex Rogers, who also talks about her interests and how they led her into her job.
Activities are illustrated through high quality images and full teacher guidance on running the lesson is provided in an accompanying resource book.
The resource has been provided by Encounter Edu and is part of the Our Ocean Planet collection of resources. It has been developed in conjunction with leading marine research institutes including the National Oceanography Centre, University of Exeter, Plymouth Marine Laboratory and the British Antarctic Survey.
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