Sustainable living in the community Cover

Sustainable living in the community

This appealing lesson plan contains a learning outcome, success criteria, pre-lesson preparation, resources, learning sequences and a conclusion. Throughout the lesson students will gain an understanding of how living sustainably can affect them in their community. To begin, students will gather as much information as possible about global issues, picking an organisation. The teacher guides organising and running a fundraiser with the class! At the end of the lesson students will reflect the many things learnt when writing in their learning log.

Themes: The world
Resource Types: Learning Activities and Worksheets, Teacher Support, Lesson Plan, Learning Activities and Games
Wishlist
Years: 8-9 | Pages: 3
Code: E5670-14

Add to cart Subscribe and save
or more each

Add to Cart or Subscribe and Save?

You can choose to either pay as you go for resources or subscribe to unlimited access to thousands of teaching resources within the iUgo Teachable’s library.

Subscribing costs as little as $149.00 per year for unlimited access to all of the Teachables resources, access to iUgo’s Task Manager and a slim version of the Weekly Planner.

Picture of Maria Gill

Maria Gill

Maria Gill writes full time from a seaside village north of Auckland, New Zealand. She has had 20 children’s books published for the retail market and another 35 educational books for the international market. Maria specialises in children’s non-fiction books. Seven of her books have been shortlisted for children’s book awards (New Zealand Post Children’s Book Awards and LIANZA Awards) and eight have been Storylines Notable Books. Her book ‘Anzac Heroes’ won the New Zealand Book Awards for Children & Young Adult Non-fiction Award and the Margaret Mahy Book of the Year Award. ‘New Zealand Hall of Fame’ won the Children’s Choice in the non-fiction category. Previously she has been a primary school teacher and she also has a Graduate Diploma in Journalism Studies. Maria also reviews books on http://kidsbooksnz.blogspot.com . For more information about Maria please go to www.mariagill.co.nz