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Why Does Fall Change Colors? Seasonal Fall Plant Science Course
In this one-time seasonal fall course we will cover plant science discussing why the leaves change color and fall off in the autumn going into the winter season.
US Grade 5 - 8
In this one-time seasonal course we will cover the changes that occur in the landscape when plants prepare themselves for winter. We will cover the topics of seasonality and how plants achieve dormancy to survive frost until the next spring. We will discuss the environmental trigger that begins the seasonal change, and the processes envolved that reveal the striking fall colors many love and enjoy. The compounds in plants that possess the color qualities we see in the fall will be also...
Students will improve their understanding of the fall season. They will learn terms like anthocyanin, carotenoid, chlorophyll, deciduous, dormancy, and senescence as it pertains to plant science and the change of seasons in autumn from summer to winter.
I have my Bachelor's degree in horticulture from Iowa State University.
No supplies are neccesary for this course. Pen or pencil and paper for notetaking is always encouraged though!
No formal assessment will be given. Certificate will be awarded after completion of this course.
35 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Class will be conducted over Canva presentation and screen share on Zoom. Students will not need anything more than Outschool and Zoom for course time. Slides presented in the course and certificate of completion can be printed with a free Canva account and will be shared in the classroom postings. Parents will need a Canva account to access these materials.
Meet the teacher
Hello! I am so excited you stopped by! I teach subjects like home skills, horticulture, entomology, agriculture, other various sciences, and professional development! I also teach English as a primary and secondary language too! I have my...
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Live video meetings
1-10 learners per class