Lesson plan: Community Conversations for Climate Change

Year of production: 2020

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This lesson plan offers a hands on approach for educators working with children and young people aged 8 to 14 years old. Based on the lessons outline, at the end of it, students will improve their skills in communicating the changes they see happening in their hometown/community, listening effectively to members of their community through a Climate Change conversation, identifingy a positive personal climate action or behaviour from the past.

The methodology is rooted in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).


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World’s Largest Lesson

The World’s Largest Lesson is a global project to engage all children in learning about the SDGs and using these as a stimulus for both Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) advocacy and local community action. Creative resources and training are provided to teachers and peer educators to enable them to engage children and young people in the Goals and local action. The project is created in partnership with UNICEF and the support of UNESCO.