Fresh water and food lesson

Vocabulary is the best single indicator of intellectual ability and an accurate predictor of success at school (W.B. Elley). Students will learn the importance of fresh water and food. Students will demonstrate to think out of the box to save the atmosphere and take control of climate change and guided us on the path to a zero-carbon future. 

How are climate changes affecting our food and water? How do we conserve water in our daily lives? What is water pollution?

The teacher explains a new word, going beyond reciting its definition.

Students restate or explain the new word in their own words (verbally/writing). Students learned that contamination means pollution. Identify items that make water contaminated. How are climate changes affecting our food and water? What is water pollution?

Ask students to conduct an experiment on water filtration or else write a letter to a local politician about an environmental problem or idea. Create a petition for an environmental cause. Students will send a  petition to a local political leader by urging to take lawful steps against water pollution and contamination which cause us health hazard.

Students engage in activities to deepen their knowledge of the new word. The “vertical garden project” will help the world get to net-zero carbon emissions. It’s called Breakthrough Energy Catalyst, and the idea is to create a way for governments, companies, and philanthropists to invest now in clean technologies that will help the world avoid a climate disaster. Many of today’s clean energy solutions are way too expensive to reach the scale we need. To get massive adoption, we need to drive down their prices dramatically—the way the price of a microwave oven has dropped 92 percent since the first one was introduced in the 1950s. Catalyst is designed to help spark the virtuous cycle of innovation, declining prices, and rising adoption.

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