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A British Council Global Survey for English Teachers.

Do you incorporate #ClimateChange into your lessons? Do your coursebooks have enough environmental content? Do you ever experience resistance from students?

Please take a few minutes to complete the British Council survey and share with English teachers you know.

This survey will help us understand more about how English Teachers are integrating climate change issues into their teaching practice. Your responses will help us raise awareness of good practice and help support the development of new initiatives to tackle the growing climate crisis.

The closing date to complete the survey is 12 February 2021.

Complete the survey

Background

The British Council is supporting the UK’s role in the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 26) through a global programme centred on climate action. As part of this global programme, we have commissioned research into the current practice of English language teachers regarding the integration of climate change issues in teaching practice, as well as highlight initiatives being taken by the English Language Teaching (ELT) sector to promote and facilitate environmental responsibility, reduce environmental impact, and incentivise sustainability.

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