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A no prep lesson about looking after the environment.

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Need to teach an important lesson on the human impact of looking after our environment? This no prep presentation and worksheet pack touches upon natural and man-made environments under the umbrella theme of looking after our environment.


If you are looking for ways to to generate discussion and help the children to reflect and make some changes? This lesson will help you do this. I have used this with my students and have just updated it.


If you would like the Google classroom version for distance learning purposes click here


No prep - ready to go with enough prompts to let you teach in your style.


Additional worksheet activities to help children consolidate learning.


This presentation includes:


Presentation:


  1. Taking care of the environment
  2. Learning objective title page.
  3. What do you know about natural disasters?
  4. Questions to think about x2
  5. Thinking about how humans have an impact on the environment.
  6. Earthquakes
  7. Oil spills
  8. Wild fires
  9. Flooding
  10. Garbage / Rubbish (For U.S. and U.K. English)
  11. Water pollution
  12. Information about man-made disasters
  13. Natural or man-made disasters - sort the badges
  14. More about looking after the environment.
  15. What can we do better?
  16. Activity 1
  17. Reflections.


Worksheets:


  • Natural or manmade disasters
  • Natural or manmade disasters - consequences
  • How to help the environment
  • Human impact - what do I waste?
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