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The Nettle

Added: 12 Dec 2013 Contributor: Scoilnet Resource type:

Information about the common nettle that grows in Ireland. Contains a link to a worksheet and a printable botanical painting.

How it maps to the curriculum

3-4
OSIE: Eolaíocht

Strand: Dúile beo

Strand unit: Beatha plandaí agus ainmhithe

Content objective:
Ba chóir go ligfeadh acmhainn seo do pháiste:

  • na hainmhithe agus na plandaí a mhaireann i dtimpeallachtaí áitiúla a bhreathnú, a aithint agus a imscrúdú
  • dúile beo a shórtáil agus a chur i dtacair de réir tréithe inbhraite
  • a thuiscint go n‑úsáideann plandaí fuinneamh solais ón ngrian
  • eochracha simplí a úsáid chun speicis choitianta plandaí agus ainmhithe a aithint

Suggestions for use: Print off the worksheet and undertake the activities as part of a class on nature and one of the most common plants (or weeds) found in Ireland. The linked image is perfect for printing and displaying in the classroom (if you have access to a colour printer).

Meta information

  • Asset type: Acmhainn ar Líne
  • Language: Béarla
  • Rights: Gach ceart ar cosaint
  • Cost: No
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