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Teaching Climate Change (KS 2)

Teaching Climate Change (KS 2)

Overview

The lesson plans support teaching skills and the knowledge needed so pupils can carry out their social action projects. It should:

  • Introduce young people to the subject of Climate Change.
  • Go through the understanding of social action by analysing an approach already taken.
  • Inspire young people to act within a school, community, or city.
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This resource contains the following lessons:

  1. Delivering Youth Social Action
  2. Lesson 1: Things I like about nature?
    The main purpose of this lesson is to be able to describe the biodiversity found in Antarctica and allow the young people to learn about different elements regulating the climate as well as the role of biodiversity in sustaining health and life.
  3. Lesson 2: How does the wind help plants grow?
    The aim of the session is for young peoples to understand the role of the glaciers in the greenhouse effect and how greater CO2 emissions through the impact of human activities
  4. Lesson 3: How can I plant a garden?
    In this session, young people will look at the effects that the melting of glaciers has on the Antarctic food web.
  5. Lesson 4: Writing instructions for others to grow and look after plants
    The aim of this session is to develop the skills to present an argument for the protection of Antarctica.
  6.  

    Each of the lessons has a PDF and a PowerPoint presentation.

     
      
    This guide is part 5 of the Staff Guide  Learning about Climate as part of Youth Social Action

Key Stage: KS 2
Social Issue: Climate Change
YSA Step: Explore
Resource type: Lesson plans, Teaching Guide, All Lessons (Zip Folder)
Owner: Ormiston Trust

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