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Lesson 6 Climate Change - Taking action

Written by Liverpool World Centre

Take urgent action to combat Climate Change and its impacts!

Let’s take urgent action to make a positive change today for a better future for the adults of tomorrow and for all of our fellow earthlings.

These lessons will support teachers who would like to develop learning about Climate Change in Citizenship or PSHE lessons. 

The focus is on the sustainable development goal 13. We offer reliable and accurate facts that will help build knowledge and make the pupils reflect on how they might be contributing to the problem and how they could be part of the solution. 

Young people are growing increasingly concerned at how Climate Change may impact their future. Many have been inspired by Greta Thunberg the 16 year old political activist from Sweden who has given rise to a worldwide student strike movement. 

These resources and learning activities develop pupils’ critical thinking skills. Pupils will start to understand the human consequences of Climate Change and the immediate need for the world to take action, starting on an individual level. The focus of discussion activities is on pupils’ own experiences, how they live their lives, make choices and how these can have both positive and negative consequences. 

The lessons enable them to reflect on their legacy on the planet, they are topical and relate to current global conversations on the impact of Climate Change. 

Informations

  • Age: 11-13, 14-16
  • Global thematics: Climate change
  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Language: English