Climate change lesson

The students understand Collective Action, the difference between Individual and Collective Actions, and their role in Collective Action for climate change.

What is the difference between climate and weather? Watch YouTube videos on Climate Change. What are greenhouse gases? How does it affect living things? Students will watch an interactive video.

First, the students will watch a music video on Earth’s song by Michael Jackson. Next, students will fill in the missing words of the following lyrics in the form.

Students, introduce yourself by filling in the about me form, and send the form to the collaborator’s email.

Teacher, ask students what is their carbon footprint? Investigate how can we reduce our carbon footprint?

Investigate what it means to be an activist and read about famous activists. How does climate affect the weather?

Write a letter to the principal about an environmental problem or idea.

Experiment to explain the greenhouse effect, air pollution, water pollution, and visual pollution.

Project Objective: This project aims to promote environmental awareness and sustainable practices among students, particularly those with kinesthetic learning preferences, by engaging them in a hands-on recycling initiative within the school.

– Target Audience: Students in 5th grades

– Duration: Full Academic Year

– Location: School Campus

1. Formation of Recycling Teams: Form teams comprising kinesthetic learners from different classes to take responsibility for collecting recyclable items.

2. Training Sessions: Conduct training sessions to educate students about the importance of recycling, the types of materials that can be recycled, and the proper way to collect and sort recyclables.

3. Recycling Bins: Place designated recycling bins in each classroom and common areas for collecting paper, plastic, glass, and metal recyclables.

4. Collection Schedule: Establish a regular collection schedule for the recycling teams to empty the bins and transport the recyclables to a central collection point.

5. Sorting and Processing: Teach students how to sort the recyclables based on material type and prepare them for recycling through school facilities or by partnering with local recycling centers.

6. Monitoring and Reporting: Implement a system for monitoring the progress of the recycling initiative and encourage students to report on the amount of recyclables collected and the impact of their efforts.

7. Recognition and Rewards: Recognize the efforts of the recycling teams through rewards or incentives to motivate them to continue their participation.

8. Educational Campaigns: Organize educational campaigns and activities, such as presentations, workshops, or guest speakers, to raise awareness about recycling and environmental conservation.

9. Evaluation: Evaluate the project’s effectiveness regarding the number of recyclables collected, student engagement, and overall impact on environmental awareness.

Expected Outcomes:

– Increased awareness and understanding of the importance of recycling and environmental conservation among students.

– Reduction in the amount of waste generated by the school through proper recycling practices.

– Development of leadership and teamwork skills among participating students.

– Specify Budget Allocation for Recycling Bins, Educational Materials, Rewards, etc.

The Eco-Cycle project aims to engage kinesthetic learners in a hands-on recycling initiative that promotes environmental awareness, develops valuable life skills, and instills a sense of responsibility towards the environment. Through this project, students will learn the importance of sustainable practices and become advocates for positive change in their school and community.