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CLIP 4673

How do we know plants are living things?

How do we know plants are living things?

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Key Info
  • How do we know plants are living things?
  • Duration: 02:52
  • A focus on the concept that plants are living things. Examples are shown of plants growing, moving and reproducing in the plant house at Kew Gardens. Includes a time lapse sequence of plants moving and flowering.
  • Credits: Oxford Scientific Films
  • Subject:



    Life Processes

  • Keywords: plants, living, growing, moving, reproduction
Ideas for use in class
  • At the start of a topic to capture attention and to lead into main teaching point of how we know a plant is a living thing; it grows, moves and reproduces. Alternatively, in a plenary session to reinforce the concept of a plant as a living thing.
Background details
  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 16x9

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