In this activity you take the role of a scientist, news reporter or radio interviewer to give a presentation about how scientists in the Darwin Centre study biodiversity.
During your visit to the Cocoon experience at the Darwin Centre, gather information to use later in your presentation.
When you arrive at the Museum you are given free booklets to help your investigation.
Back at school you will present what you found out in the form of a science conference, bulletin or radio show, in groups or individually.
Review what you already know about scientists and biodiversity.
Choose the role you will take for your presentation.
Find out what to expect from the Cocoon experience at the Darwin Centre.
Reflect on your Cocoon visit and get ready for your presentation.
Download presentation tips and rehearse your presentation before performing it to your audience.