This Faces of Climate Change lesson plan also includes:
You know global warming is real when your squirrel feeder is full of popped corn instead of kernels! Activity two in a series of five allows learners to explore climate change through the eyes of another. After briefly analyzing their own lives, pupils take on the role of someone else around the world and determine how climate change will affect them, how it will affect their partners, and together determine some solutions for the increasing problem.
- Teachers should model each portion of the activity so classes understand expectations
- Lesson requires very few materials, so it is easy to incorporate into any class period
- Assumes classes have learned about climate change and its causes and effects
- Lesson provides a rubric, worksheets, directions, and cards
- A great activity that involves scholars exploring empathy to help them in designing and creating solutions to climate change