Climate change resources

Lessons, projects, activities and worksheets you can use to help your students gain an awareness of climate change

Tes Resources Team

Students hands joined together painted with a world. Climate change resources for secondary students
With the upcoming COP26 UN Climate Change Conference starting on 31 October and the youth summit commencing just before, your students are sure to have lots of questions about what COP26 is and what the main goals are.
 
So, with that in mind, we have drawn together a collection of climate change resources that you could use to help your students gain an awareness and explore the effects of climate change.
 
 

Climate change resources

Climate Change
Economist_Foundation

Climate Change

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This resource introduces students to the climate emergency and gets them discussing a range of big questions. It s suitable for students aged 10 and over. --- This lesson helps to develop the following news literacy skills: * SPEAKING UP: Confidently communicating a viewpoint * OPEN-MINDEDNESS: L...
Home learning: extreme weather student project
Economist_Foundation

Home learning: extreme weather student project

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Extreme weather is one of the biggest threats facing our world. To minimise the impact, communities, economies and health care systems need to respond and adapt. But how? This six-lesson scheme of work explores the answer to this question and many more. These activities encourage learners to: * Inv...
Climate Change Challenge
British Council Schools

Climate Change Challenge

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**Support a green classroom and Sustainable Development Goal 13 (SDG) with 20 climate change challenges: Global warming, pollution, sustainability, environmental issues.** * Ages: Suitable for all prepared activities and resources which increase in difficulty as pupils progress through each challe...
Tackling climate change through student leadership
British Council Schools

Tackling climate change through student leadership

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The dramatic increase in population has led greater production of physical waste and carbon emissions to the point where the average person produces 4.2 tonnes of carbon per year. The scale of the problem may appear too large or unsolvable, but it is possible to focus on the progress that has alread...
Eden Project - Climate Response
hbeden

Eden Project - Climate Response

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This lesson is to support young people to be able to respond confidently to the climate emergency in a way that makes sense to them. It was developed by the Eden Project in response to the school strikes for climate in September 2019 and taught to thousands of young people across Cornwall. We share...
Become a Climate Changemaker!
worldslargestlesson

Become a Climate Changemaker!

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We have developed an interactive website that can be shared directly with children aged 8+ called Climate Changemakers. If we are going to tackle the climate and ecological crisis then every child, everywhere needs to have access to holistic climate and environmental education. Developed in collab...
Spotlight From Space PowerPoint presentation
worldslargestlesson

Spotlight From Space PowerPoint presentation

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Supporting PPT for Spotlight From Space lesson plan. In this project, students explore how satellites help us to understand and learn about our changing world. Students will: Identify the characteristics of and build a model satellite Explore how scientists use imagery from space to understand th...

Earthshot prize resources

Generation Earthshot: Introduce the Earthshot Prize
worldslargestlesson

Generation Earthshot: Introduce the Earthshot Prize

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Step 1: Generation Earthshot: Introduce the Earthshot Prize This teacher toolkit is designed to nurture the innate creativity of young people and channel it towards solving environmental challenges. It offers a flexible framework for creative problem solving that can be applied across different sub...