LT: Students will explore the vertical garden system that leads to the sustainability of ecosystems.
LT: Students will participate in research to identify a high-paying career in Environment Science.
Learning Target: Students will be able to understand what makes Earth suitable for life.
Learning Target: Students will be able to tell about the How to keep the environment clean.
Learning Target: Students will be able to understand Climate change.
LT: Students will participate in research/activity that leads to the resolution of environmental challenges.
Nanoscale science and technology (“nano” for short) is all around us and growing rapidly. Learn how you can use nanotechnology to clean drinking water right now!
Academic Vocabulary: Community, Diversity, Interdependence, Cycles, Systems, Sustainability, Ecosystems, Environment, Conservation, Pollution, Renewable Energy, Ecology, Ozone Layer, Global Warming, Recycle, Energy, Alternative Energy, Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Footprint, Endangered Species, Fossil Fuel, Toxic, Zero Emmissions
Thinking skills lead to problem-solving, experimenting, and focused observation and allow the application of knowledge to new and unfamiliar situations. Why is environmental science important in our everyday life? What is a system? What systems are you a part of? How is human health related to the environment? What can communities learn from natural systems to improve our common future? How are human and natural systems interrelated? What is global warming? Give some examples. What can we do to combat global warming? Does this answer Why is environmental science important in our everyday life?