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5&6 Reducing out carbon footprint_maths

1hr 5mins

Reducing our carbon footprint

In this lesson, students will investigate the measurement of CO2 as outputs per individual and household, in terms of kilograms of CO2 per annum.

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1hr 5mins

The maths of carbon

In this lesson, students will view a clip from the documentary 2040 and examine data related to CO2 in the atmosphere.

Applying Point Of View – English – Years 7&8_option 2

1hr 10mins

Applying point of view

In this lesson, students will explore how choices in point of view and perspective impact upon a text.

The Tone Of Climate Change – English – Years 7&8_option 1

1hr 15mins

The tone of climate change

In this lesson, students explore the emotions that climate change evokes and examine the tones used in messaging around climate change.

Making Persuasive Speeches – English – Years 9&10

2hrs

Making persuasive speeches

In this lesson, students will examine a persuasive text structure and apply it to the empowerment of women and girls.

Tuning into the documentary 5&6

1hr 10mins

Tuning into the documentary - Years 5&6

This is a great lesson to conduct before watching the documentary in full. Students participate in a barometer activity to explore their thoughts, feelings, and concerns about the future. They then work to categorise their concerns about the future and work in groups to mind-map solutions to these concerns.

Exploring Energy 2040

2hrs

Exploring energy (UK/Ireland)

In this lesson, students will be immersed in, and connect with the topic of energy. Students begin by clarifying key terms around energy before participating in a group jigsaw activity to investigate different types of energy. They then explore a case study about local energy production from the documentary before creating a scientific poster to communicate their own ideas for local energy. Finally, students reflect on their learning by considering the question; “What is your energy 2040?”

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1hrs

Talking about transport (US)

In this lesson, students will be immersed in and connect with the documentary film 2040, focusing on the topic of transport. Students will interview their peers about why we use transport and then work collaboratively to suggest the different types of transport we use. They then look at what types of transport might be available in the future and work in groups to generate ideas for future sustainable transport options.

Exploring Energy 2040

2hrs

Exploring energy (US)

In this lesson, students will be immersed in, and connect with, the documentary film 2040, focusing on the topic of energy. Students begin by clarifying key terms around energy before participating in a group jigsaw activity to investigate different types of energy. They then explore a case study about local energy production from the documentary before creating a scientific poster to communicate their own ideas for local energy.

Finding out_finding out about food

1hr 37mins

Finding out about food (US)

In this lesson, students will be immersed in and connect with the documentary film 2040, focusing on the topic of food. Students explore some of the big issues relating to food, including waste, packaging, transport, farming, and healthy eating. They undertake research and explore some of the solutions to these big issues, working collaboratively to create their own 2040 food script and scene.

Writing The Future – English – Years 9&10

1hrs

Writing the future

In this lesson, students will engage in solutions-focused thinking about the challenge of climate change.

Empowering Women And Girls – English – Years 9&10

1hr 25mins

Empowering women and girls

In this lesson, students will explore the relationship between empowering women and girls and addressing climate change.