Use this lesson with your learners to highlight environmental initiatives that can be implemented in your school.

A child in a helmet is touching some solar panels

About this resource

This free education resource has been developed based on a film submitted in 2021 to the British Council’s Climate Connections project. The children based in a school in Vydranytsia (the western part of Ukraine) share how their projects and activities are responding to environmental and climate issues. The content was filmed in 2021 and focuses solely on tackling environmental issues. The content is suitable for all and has been developed to enable children all around the world to learn and take inspiration from their peers in Ukraine, empowering them to come up with their own solutions to help tackle climate change.

Learning outcomes:

  • Use words related to the environment and climate action
  • Explain how nature makes you feel and how we can help nature
  • Write a proposal of action in response to an environmental problem

Age and level:

13-17 (B1)

Time:

90 minutes or two shorter lessons + optional 120-minute CLIL Project

Materials:

The materials can be downloaded below in PDF format.

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Teacher guide318.73 KB

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