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Many resources on the Science Learning Hub explore ideas relating to carbon and its uses, processes, reactions and how it cycles within and around Earth.

This online PD session for secondary teachers, recorded on 26 March 2015, models ways some of these resources can be used, with a focus on level 6 science concepts leading to assessment using Achievement Standard 90953.

This PLD session was based on the legacy Science Learning Hub however all the resources are still available on the new-look Science Learning Hub site.

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A wide range and number of resources are identified for their links to the carbon cycle processes of addition to the atmosphere, removal from the atmosphere and both long-term and short-term storage processes for carbon on Earth.

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PowerPoint slide number(s)

Video timecode

An introduction to the Science Learning Hub (SLH) and this PD session

 1

00:46

Searching the SLH for Carbon cycle resources

 2–3

01:29

Looking at the resources obtained from the search

 4–5

02:44

Teaching sequence

6

05:23

Quiz (including answers)

 7

05:53

Components of the carbon cycle

 8

08:18

Carbon in the atmosphere

 9–10

10:04

Storage of carbon

11

12:52

Achievement Standard 90953

12–13

14:21

Other useful sections with content for teachers

14–15

18:13

Contact us and thank you

16–17

22:15

Activity idea

This literacy strategy, Carbon cycle – three-level reading guide, could be used to support students to access information in the Carbon cycle article.

    Published 2 May 2015 Referencing Hub articles