Global Goals lesson 1 & Sustainability lesson 2
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Global Goals lesson 1 & Sustainability lesson 2

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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.
The Global Goals
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The Global Goals

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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.
The Global Goals
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The Global Goals

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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.
Global Goals - Symbols and targets
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Global Goals - Symbols and targets

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A useful document which contains all the symbols of the 17 Global Goals ( or Sustainable Development Goals) and their main targets. Use to display and help your pupils understand more about the Global Goals
Global Goals string activity
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PracticalAction

Global Goals string activity

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A fun, short activity that can be used to introduce or consolidate learning on the UN Global Goals ( or SDGs). For other material on Global Goals go to practicalaction.org/global-goals. Suitable for 11-18
Global Goals Questionnaire
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AgarAmy

Global Goals Questionnaire

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At Torriano Primary School, community engagement with school themes and students work is very important. We worked with the Global Learning Programme (www.glp-e.org.uk) as an Expert centre. We developed this questionnaire so that we could get an idea of which global goals were most important to our school community. We collected the results and looked at them in an assembly where we discussed reasons for children and parents having different views. Torriano School is a Global Learning Programme Expert Centre. Visit www.glp-e.org.uk for more information about the GLP and how your school could benefit from the funding, school-led training, curriculum guidance, resources and local network support available. Over 3000 schools have joined this government-funded programme – sign your school up for free today.
What are the UN's Global Goals?
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What are the UN's Global Goals?

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A simple lesson to introduce the UN's global goals and consider the relative importance of each goal to different stakeholders.
Global Goals Introductory Lessons
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AgarAmy

Global Goals Introductory Lessons

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At Torriano School we have been learning about the Global Goals. In this series of lessons the MDGs are reviewed and the SDGs introduced through a range of activities and discussions. Torriano School is a Global Learning Programme Expert Centre. Visit www.glp-e.org.uk for more information about the GLP and how your school could benefit from the funding, school-led training, curriculum guidance, resources and local network support available. Over 3000 schools have joined this government-funded programme – sign your school up for free today.
Introduction to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
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Introduction to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

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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.
Who's Responsible for the Global Goals?
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Who's Responsible for the Global Goals?

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This 30 minute activity encourages pupils to consider who is reponsible for ensuring we achieve the Global Goals (also known as the Sustainable Development Goals, SDGs). Suitable for pupils 9-18 year it stimulates discussion and debate, and help pupils recognise the role they themselves have to play. Some prior knowledge of the Global Goals is needed. This is a great follow on activity from our 'Global goals string activity'. Other activities around the Global Goals can be found at practicalaction.org/Global-Goals.
Global Goals Paper Chains
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Global Goals Paper Chains

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A fun and easy resource to engage students with the UN Global Goals and to decorate your classroom at the same time! Students choose which Global Goal paper chain they would like to create and write their Goal for the Goal on the back of their chain. Black & White version and Colour version available.
Global Goals Geography: Changes to the Environment
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AgarAmy

Global Goals Geography: Changes to the Environment

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In this lesson children identify how and why environments change with specific reference to the Global Goals. The lesson starts by looking at Jeannie Baker's book 'Window' in which the same scene changes over time. Children identify changes and think of possible reasons for these. Then this is linked to children's own environments where the same questions are posed. The final activity asks children to look at photos of global environments. Why do you think this has happened? Which Global Goals are linked to your photo? What changes would you like to see in the future? Torriano School is a Global Learning Programme Expert Centre. Visit www.glp-e.org.uk for more information about the GLP and how your school could benefit from the funding, school-led training, curriculum guidance, resources and local network support available. Over 3000 schools have joined this government-funded programme – sign your school up for free today.
Global goals for sustainable development question prompts
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Global goals for sustainable development question prompts

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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.