A lesson to introduce students to global issues and the sustainable development goals. Activities designed for a 1 hour lesson. Includes a variety of tasks e.g. think pair share, placing issues along a continuum line and justifying choices, video clip with a question and answer sheet and a final creative task. All can be adapted to suit your class. Designed for KS3, Year 9 geography but would be suitable for citizenship lessons too.
Ten sheets that I used to anchor my planning for my Wednesday Global Goal days. Hopefully act as a useful idea bank and a stimulus for creating your own immersive days in the classroom.
Inquiry unit unpacking what the SDG goals mean.
An extensive lesson plan to the Global Goals Food Project.
Students play simulation game of ‘Development Goals: road to success’, in groups of 4-6. Each student is representing one poor country based on the HDI index. Landing on SDG picture place means that the country has been awarded development project.
Lesson to make pupils aware of the Global Goals and their importance for making the world fair.
A 60 minute lesson plan to introduce your students to the UN Global Goals for Sustainable Development.
A Short STEAM project for KS3 students that introduces them to sustainability, renewable energy and encourages them as designers to create solutions to target global goal 11.2 : Sustainable Cities and Communities, affordable and sustainable transport. The resource contains a 20 page slide show that has been divided into structured lessons. The resource has an accompanying project booklet which can be printed for students to work in, the booklet is editable and can be inserted into a larger booklet containing multiple projects. This is a brilliant project that I have delivered to KS3 students over the past few years and they really connect with it and enjoy building and racing their outcomes. A great introduction to STEAM as the project follows the design process. Students will start by analysing the globals goal and exploring the design context. Students will then learn all about fossil fuels and the problems caused by their overuse, students will be introduced to renewable energy sources and then set the challenge of designing and manufacturing a wind powered car. The project includes information about forces and motion and allows students to understand these elements of physics in a practical setting. All resources are completely editable.
Students will learn about the Sustainable Development Goals, understand what they are, and devise ways in which everybody, globally, can contribute to achieving these goals.
Folding a square piece of paper into four and chopping on line to the centre, you can create small backdrops for peg dolls or other characters. Using the scene descriptors included in this pack (which all link to the Global Goals) pupils can scan for key information, before drawing onto their paper to create a vivid scene.
Complete lesson with differentiated activities on introducing the sustainable development goals. Start with definition of sustainable development, then differentiated comprehension task on understanding why they were created and the difference between them and the millennium development goals. Main task focuses on students learning about all 17 SDGs. Creative homework task for students to promote the goals.
Welcome to Earth Cubs! A free platform to Learn the World. With this assembly or lesson presentation, learn what the Global Goals are and why they are important. Visit earthcubs.com for lots of creative & extensive materials all focused on the environment & sustainability. Fully aligned to EYFS outcomes & National Curriculum (ages 3-7).
UN Sustainable development Goals. Careers + PSHE Lesson designed by a L6 Qualified Careers Guidance Leader. Editable 14+ slide PowerPoint Lesson. Lesson includes: Lesson Assessment, Student Resources, Signposting to extra support services. Bonus Homework Activity and links to our videos and much more. Learning Outcomes: To understand what we mean by a “sustainable development goal”. To understand what makes a goal sustainable and Unsustainable. To think about what progress has been made. Some Key Terms Covered Progress review, sustainable, unsustainable, United Nations Assessment Objectives I know what is meant by a “sustainable development goal”. I can discuss what makes a goal sustainable or unsustainable. I can review progress towards a goal. Skills Builder Framework Problem Solving & Leadership CDI Framework Manage Career Be Ofsted and DfE compliant with our resources! Product Code: 1918693644 ✯✯✯✯✯✯✯✯✯✯✯✯✯✯✯ Each Lesson Pack Contains: 1 Fully Editable PowerPoint (Learning Outcomes, Confidence Checkers, Assessment of Learning, Variety of Tasks, Video Embedded URL Clips, Engaging Premium Quality Slides, Extra Support careers Websites, Challenging & Thoughtful Questioning) Student Worksheet(s) are included with some lessons Homework Activity Assessment Opportunity (Confidence Checker) Teacher Notes (On some slides) Focus on literacy 1 Hours worth of activities - including timings for every activity ✯✯✯✯✯✯✯✯✯✯✯✯✯✯✯ Why not try out some of our other highly rated secondary careers units: ☞ Year 7 Gatsby Benchmark Careers in Context Unit ☞ Year 8 Gatsby Benchmark Careers in Context Unit ☞ Year 9 Gatsby Benchmark Careers in Context Unit ☞ Year 10 Gatsby Benchmark Careers in Context Unit ☞ Year 11 Gatsby Benchmark Careers in Context Unit ☞ Year 12 Gatsby Benchmark Finance & Careers in Context Unit ☞ Year 13 Gatsby Benchmark Finance & Careers in Context Unit
This presentation provides a short introduction to the United Nations Agenda 2030 - the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The presentation allows the student to critically assess the difference between the Millenium Development Goals (MDGs) and the SDGs. It also helps explain the role of the United Nations as a key facilitator of environmental diplomacy. This lesson that is meant for a standard 45 minute class can be used for any geography or global politics course for ages 14 and above. The learning outcomes are: Understanding the role of the United Nations in the global environment; Evaluating the success of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs); Identifying several areas where the MDGs failed to achieve relevant change; Identify the role of the United Nations in climate diplomacy; Understanding how the MDGs differ from the SDGs.
A KS3 graphics DT project that encourages students to raise awareness of the global goals 14 and 15. Full term project with slides and workbook. The project will first introduce students to the importance of good graphic design. They will learn the importance of imagery and symbols and then follow a brief history of how graphic design has developed over the years. The project will then progress by introducing them to the fundamental elements of graphic design. The students will learn about layout, colour theory, typography and more. Students will then be given a design brief to raise awareness of the global goals through the design of a graphic leaflet. They will then follow the design process to meet their brief. A great prject to introduce students to graphic design. 8 lessons, 42 slides and accompanying workbook.
A KS3 CAD/CAM DT project that introduces students to the global goals and encourages them as designers to create solutions to target global goal 15 : Protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, and halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity loss. The resource contains a 60 page slide show that has been divided into 7 structured lessons. The resource has an accompanying project booklet and other resources. This is a brilliant project that I have delivered to KS3 students over the past few years and they really connect with it and adore their outcomes. A great introduction to Design and Technology as the project follows the design process. Students will start by analysing the globals goal and exploring the design context. Students will then analyse existing products, create intial ideas, learn about CAD/CAM, learn how to use 2D design, create their product and finally evaluate.
Power points and lesson plans to support lessons 1 & 2 in my sustainability booklet. Lesson 1 begins by looking at current global problems and potential challenges we may be faced with over coming years. Students then examine the millennium development goals and use research and statistics to determine the extent to which they have/haven't been met. This then leads into the sustainable development goals as set by the UN and ends with a homework research task on these goals. In lesson 2 students consolidate their understanding of sustainability and start to evaluate how sustainable they are as human beings before considering actions they can take to be more sustainable. Next they examine how sustainable their school is and work in small groups to create a sustainable school.
A KS3 Acrylic DT project that introduces students to the global goals and encourages them as designers to create solutions to target global goal 11 : Sustainable Cities and Communities: Protect the worlds cultural and natural heritage. The resource contains a 45 page slide show that has been divided into structured lessons. The resource has an accompanying project booklet for students to work in, the booklet organises work and contains clear objectives and success criteria. This is a brilliant project that I have delivered to KS3 students over the past few years and they really connect with it and adore their outcomes. A great introduction to Acrylic and Design and Technology as the project follows the design process. Students will start by analysing the globals goal and exploring the design context. Students will then analyse existing products, create initial ideas, learn about acrylic, create their product and finally evaluate. All resources are completely editable.
A KS3 Textiles project that introduces students to the global goals and encourages them as designers to create solutions to target global goal 14 : Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development. The resource contains a 35 page slide show that starts by introducing the students to the global goal and then setting them a design context that relates to it. The resource has structured lessons that will guide students through the design process and introduce them to basic hand sewing techniques. Students will create a sewing pattern and then create a product using these hand sewing techniques. The resource has an accompanying project booklet and other resources. This is a brilliant project that I have delivered to KS3 students over the past few years and they really connect with it and adore their outcomes. A great introduction to Textiles as the project is challenging but accomplishable enough for students of their age. The project has the depth to stretch higher ability students as much as it facilitates for not so able. Can be a great project to insert into a KS3 DT rotation/carousel. Booklet is editable and simple enough to incorporate into a larger yearly booklet.
This is a digital Google Slide challenge. The resource is centred around two Global Goals 7/11. Requires pupils to use digital technologies skills. Each task with a particular focus: Using these digital tools create a poster persuading others to live more sustainably. You can choose any of the below themes and can revisit the information on the Bitmoji Classroom. Create a digital illustration of a bin. Using Chatterpix animate that illustration. Share a slogan which encourages others to recycle more effectively.
Set of 6 publisher questions for Global Goals/SDG's which when printed onto card can be placed on tables showing both sides. These act as thought prompts for research and or discussion. Expert Centre for Global Learning Programme. Can be adapted.