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National Geographic has created a series of interactive maps demonstrating the catastrophic effect Earth’s ice could cause if it melted and flowed into the oceans and seas.
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What does climate change mean for your life, when it comes to food, shopping, socializing, travelling & more? (A construção de sociedades verdes começa c/ nossa forma de pensar.
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Animation created in Flash and After Effects looking at mans relationship with the natural world.Music: In the Hall of the Mountain King by Edvard Grieg.
A wonderful document (without words) for teaching man's relationship with the environment. Can be used in any foreign language class:
- Lexicon around "environment" and the need and ways to preserve her various elements
- Get students to imagine a dialogue between the creatures and Man, between two creatures, between the Martians and Man.
- Project: in groups, students make a poster intended for Man about the importance of preserving the environment.
Tweet Actualmente, los profesores tratamos de concientizar a los estudiantes debido a los problemas medioambientales y este post incluye 66 actividades con las cuales los estudiantes pueden aprender mas de reciclaje, contaminación ambiental,...
"Ahhh, August -- the dog days of summer. Before the back-to-school frenzy. I hope that you, your family and students everywhere have enjoyed some unstructured time, some time outdoors, and some time getting your hands and feet dirty at the beach, the park, your backyard, or your front stoop or sidewalk. While you are -- hopefully -- in this relaxed state of mind, I want to plant a few ideas to change your perspective and practices as you head back to school this year. These are ideas for bringing the outdoors, healthy living and stewardship into your school and community."