Evaluating Personal Perspectives: Climate Change Effects
In this lesson, students explore three different personal perspectives on the effects of climate change, evaluate arguments and reasoning, and advocate for climate change through a personal call to action.
Find the Tone of the Zone
In this lesson, students learn the five climate zones in New Jersey and interpret facts into a poetic voice from the point of view of nature.
Climate Change Local Research
In this lesson, students explore four major categories of climate change, identify one to further research, and create a fact sheet.
Gaming and Climate Change
In this lesson, students explore the role of video games in bringing awareness to climate change and explore the tensions and purposes of video games as they relate to climate change.
In this lesson, students explore different methods of desalination.
Precipitation Data: What Does It Show?
In this lesson, students use New Jersey precipitation data to create graphs and discuss climate change.
Rising Temperatures Over Time
In this lesson, students choose temperature data to graph in order to explore the relationship between maximum and minimum New Jersey temperatures over time.
Say What?: Effective Speech Writing
In this lesson, students discuss three effective strategies for talking about climate change, then write and present a speech using the three strategies.
Redlining, Tree Equity, and Environmental Racism
In this lesson, students learn how redlining connects to tree equity and racial justice.
Deforestation Odes and Elegies
In this lesson, students learn about deforestation and climate change and respond by writing an ode or an elegy.
Artistic Slogans & Parallel Structure
In this lesson, students evaluate three slogans on climate awareness and advocacy and create their own artistic slogans with four specific types of parallel structure.
A Bird's Eye View
In this lesson, students learn the impacts of climate change on birds, explore the effectiveness of public art on climate change awareness, and synthesize informational texts into a persuasive or argumentative essay.
The Equity of Landfills
In this lesson, students explore various impacts of landfills, learn about the environmental justice movement, and apply their learning to community action.
Ecocide: A Tool for Ecological Justice (Ecocide and Climate Change #1)
In this lesson, students explore the question of whether ecocide -certain acts of environmental damage- should be considered a crime, as proposed in international law.