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Practical Work for Learning. Woodlice habitats. Learning outcomes. Recall the habitats in which woodlice are found Collect evidence to investigate claims about woodlouse behaviour

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Practical work for learning

Practical Work for Learning

Woodlice habitats


Learning outcomes

  • Recall the habitats in which woodlice are found

  • Collect evidence to investigate claims about woodlouse behaviour

  • Describe their degree of confidence in the claim by commenting on the reliability of the data and relevance of the data to the claim

  • Describe woodlouse behaviour that results in their being found in damp dark places


Claim A

Woodlice must spend time in damp, dark places in order to survive, because they lose moisture from their bodies.


Discuss the claim

  • Do you agree with the claim?

  • What evidence have you seen that supports it?

  • What evidence would show it was wrong?

  • Do you have enough evidence?

  • What additional evidence might support or oppose this claim?


Claim B

Woodlice will settle in brightly-lit areas as long as the air around them is damp.

If conditions change, woodlice tend to move to a new, more suitable place because they move around more in dry conditions and slow down when they reach a damper area.

Claim C


Argument

  • We agree with this claim because...

  • The evidence we have is...

    or

  • We disagree with this claim because...

  • The evidence we have is...

  • The extra evidence we would need would be...


Assessing learning
Assessing learning

  • What do you need to argue a claim successfully?

  • How would you argue against someone else’s claim?


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