This lesson looks at ways the learners can take to reduce their impact on climate change. Learners will carry out two surveys and summarise their findings as a report.
- To interview others to complete a survey and summarise findings in a report
- To develop questionnaires on current behaviour using present perfect forms
- To understand the actions learners can take to reduce their impact on climate
Lesson plan: guide for teacher on procedure including answers to tasks.
Worksheets: materials which can be printed out for use in class. These worksheets contain:
- Group Survey
- Survey Report
- Language Focus
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This lesson made us a bit friendlier to the environment. We looked aroud and realized that lots of improvements could be done by everyone.
I find this lesson specially useful for the development of a green consciousness in our students. I will try to carry it out with them next week and will tell you about its fulfilment. Thank you for such a good teaching material.
I am going to teach English in 3 yrs，I found many materials useful。I am learning to make a plan for the class，and it help me a lot
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Speaking about how green are you consider me to deep in students mind and to take out interesting ideas.
Here in Angola, teaching english in secondary school is very complicated, because english is their second language aquisition, and they don't understand when the teacher speaks only english, you have to achieve with portugues lgs.
Then, which methods we have to use in teaching green you are?
Waiting for your reply.
All of the lesson plans on our website are designed to be taught in English, and they are written for learners with different language levels - this lesson is designed for learners with a pre-intermediate (A2) level. Of course, sometimes teachers will need to use the students' L1, particularly with lower levels.
There are some articles and resources about the use of L1 on the site - for example:
I hope these help.