Number of teaching hours per year: 64 New activities Highlighting and explaining the essence of genetics.
Understanding that the constant change of the living world and living organisms is a necessary and natural process.
Recognising that less genetic diversity would endanger life on Earth.
Solving simple problems in the field of genetics.
Making brief presentations arguing for the importance of the protection of the environment and nature conservation.
Arguments for the importance of nature conservation areas and against activities polluting and destroying the environment.
Analysing an preparing simple graphs and figures in the field of ecology.
Making diagrams of nutrition chains and the quantitative features of biomes. Interpreting such diagrams.
Describing the material and energy flow of a biome with the help of diagrams and flow charts.
Observing living organisms and their space of living. Recording observations.
Knowing the typical associations and species within the immediate surroundings.
Using the available printed and electronic sources of information for learning about as many aspects and details of the biological environment as possible.
Orientation in the natural system of the living world. Accepting that the system of evolution is a natural system.
Finding the place of man in the system of the living world on Earth.
Recognising the phenomena which may endanger the biosphere and the global environment. Naming some social and economic strategies and alternatives.
Understanding that only a conscious individual and collective environmentalist attitude may prevent human activities which cause extreme alterations in the global environment or accelerate changes to an extent which evolution is unable to keep up with.
Reviewing the chronology of the major events of evolution.
Becoming aware that the differences developed in the course of human evolution are not qualitative differences; the biological and cultural heritage should be the shared value of mankind, and each group of people have made their contribution to it.