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The AWdF runs whale and dolphin educational awareness, research and conservation programmes. We believe that education is the key to global conservation. All profits will be go towards our global conservation efforts.

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The AWdF runs whale and dolphin educational awareness, research and conservation programmes. We believe that education is the key to global conservation. All profits will be go towards our global conservation efforts.
Project Plastic: A course of  fun and engaging Plastic Pollution lessons for 6-12 year olds
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Project Plastic: A course of fun and engaging Plastic Pollution lessons for 6-12 year olds

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This is a course of fun, easy to follow lessons which educate, inform and inspire young people to affect change in a world where plastic pollution is at a critical level. We are in a time when people, globally, should celebrate and honour our planet, whose land and sea connects us all. Working together, we can and will protect our shared Earth. Each well structured 60 minute lesson brings to life key elements in an engaging and experiential ‘hands-on’ way to encourage learning and understanding. The workshops, and accompanying factsheets, are designed to lead the students through a process of learning to understand how damaging waste plastic is and where it comes from, so as to inspire them with the motivation to do something about the problem in their daily lives. This course is in conjunction with Earth Day 2020. (Suitable for ages 6 -12) Course Lessons The Hazards of Plastics Where it Begins Earth Day Why do we need to Recycle? Reusing Plastics Offsetting Plastic Use Time to Act Quiz Time Oath to the Earth Fact Sheets Ten Shocking Facts About Plastic Pollution How Much Disposable Plastic Do We Use? What is Earth Day? Why do we need to recycle? Reusing Plastics Making a Herb Garden Waste Decomposition Rates The Plastic Bank Where does litter come from? Quiz Answers and Review Oath to the Earth Promises Workshops Elastic Band & Animal Impact Puzzle Class Rubbish Audit Landfill in a Bottle Earth Day Stones Recycling Poster Chandelier/Herb Garden Making A Message to the Adults Plastics Quiz Oath to the Earth
Carbon Footprints, Renewable Energy and Offsetting
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Carbon Footprints, Renewable Energy and Offsetting

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This is the third lesson in a series of three teaching pupils about 1. Climate change/global warming 2. human activities relating to this 3.renewable energy sources carbon footprints and offsetting. As a new resource we would really appreciate as much feedback on the lessons as possible in order for us to then refine them and to ensure they are fully relevant and effective. You can find out more about the AWF and our Genesis project at http://www.awf-genesisproject.org/
Climate change and global warming
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Climate change and global warming

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This is the first lesson in a series of three teaching pupils about 1. Climate change/global warming 2. human activities relating to this 3.renewable energy sources carbon footprints and offsetting. As a new resource we would really appreciate as much feedback on the lessons as possible in order for us to then refine them and to ensure they are fully relevant and effective. You can find out more about the AWF and our Genesis project at http://www.awf-genesisproject.org/
Rainforest Activity pack
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Rainforest Activity pack

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This pack includes a fact sheet about rainforests around the world and statistics which illustrate the affects of deforestation. Related to this fact sheet is a worksheet with questions and a solution sheet for teacher use.
Emotional Effects of Music - Fair Earth Resources
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Emotional Effects of Music - Fair Earth Resources

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Fair Earth - The Gateway to Global Citizenship. This engaging lesson plan will invite students to contemplate the relationship between music, and their own emotional wellbeing. Audiovisual samples from a range of media will encourage students to explore their own emotional responses to various kinds of music. Through group workshops and activities, students will develop their own insights to the musical creative process - and what motivates the artists who make music in all forms. Suitable for in-class, online and independent learning. Lesson plan by Jensen Akal. Your £1.00 fee goes towards the vital aid & conservation work that Fair Earth Foundation engages in worldwide.
Great Barrier Reef - Fair Earth Resources
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Great Barrier Reef - Fair Earth Resources

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Fair Earth - The Gateway to Global Citizenship. This accessible lesson plan will introduce students to the magnificent Great Barrier Reef, one of the Seven Wonders of the natural world. An immersive video presentation will equip students to give their insights to this topic - and through group workshops and activities, they can take their own steps towards helping to protect this incredible ecosystem. Suitable for in-class, online and independent learning. Lesson plan by Paul Doherty. *Your £1.00 fee goes towards the vital aid & conservation work that Fair Earth Foundation engages in worldwide. *
Sea Turtles - Fair Earth Resources
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Sea Turtles - Fair Earth Resources

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Fair Earth - The Gateway to Global Citizenship In this lesson plan, students will delve into the oceans to meet the sea turtles - 7 species of endangered reptiles who need our help. Selected video presentations will give students an insight to turtles’ evolutionary history, and the many challenges they face today. Home assignments are included to student understanding of this issue - activity workshops will also encourage students to get involved in efforts to save turtles from extinction. Suitable for in-class and online learning. Lesson plan by Paul Doherty. Your £1.00 fee goes towards the vital conservation and aid work carried out by the Fair Earth Foundation
Urbanisation - Fair Earth Resources
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Urbanisation - Fair Earth Resources

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**Fair Earth -The Gateway to Global Citizenship ** More and more of the world’s population are choosing to live in urban areas. The process of building urban areas - urbanisation - will be key to building the homes of many generations to come. But what is urbanisation, and what does it mean for the environment? In this lesson plan, students will be introduced to urbanisation, with selected video presentations giving them a wider understanding of the issue. Activity workshops and assignments are included to enhance student’s practical engagement with this topic. Suitable for in-class and online learning. Lesson plan by Jensen Akal. *Your £1.00 fee goes towards the vital aid & conservation work carried out by the Fair Earth Foundation worldwide. *
Choices in Video Games - Fair Earth Resources
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Choices in Video Games - Fair Earth Resources

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Fair Earth - The Gateway to Global Citizenship. Video games are one of the most widely consumed forms of media in the world, with millions of young people playing games across a range of platforms. In this medium, people can fly spacecraft, use spells, and make life-or-death decisions in scenarios that hardly reflect real life. But what about the conscious implications of how we decide to play video games, and how could these affect us? In this lesson, selected presentations will equip students to further examine their own moral decisions in gaming. Class workshops and home assignments are included to further explore the link between gaming and personal ethics. Suitable for in-class, online and independent learning. Lesson plan by Jensen Akal. Your £1.00 fee goes towards the vital aid & conservation work that the Fair Earth Foundation engages in worldwide
Feeding the World - Fair Earth Resources
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Feeding the World - Fair Earth Resources

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Fair Earth - The Gateway to Global Citizenship. This timely lesson plan will tackle the pressing issues of food security, and how we feed an expanding population with fewer resources. We can address world hunger, but must protect the environment. Doing both will require a sea-change in our diets, and how we produce food. Selected presentations will give students a stronger understanding of how these topics are connected. Class workshops and home assignments are included to maximise student engagement. Suitable for in-class, online and independent learning. Lesson plan by Paul Doherty. Your £1.00 fee goes towards the vital aid & conservation work that the Fair Earth Foundation engages in worldwide
Helping Stray Animals - Fair Earth Resources
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Helping Stray Animals - Fair Earth Resources

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Fair Earth - The Gateway to Global Citizenship. This accessible 50 minute lesson plan will educate students on the global phenomenon of stray animals. An informative video presentation will equip students to give their insights to the challenges these creature face - and through group workshops and activities, they can take their own steps towards making a difference for stray cats and dogs in the future. Suitable for in-class, online and independent learning. Lesson plan by Paul Doherty. Your £1.00 fee goes towards the vital aid & conservation work that Fair Earth Foundation engages in worldwide.
Volunteering : Fair Earth Resources
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Volunteering : Fair Earth Resources

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Fair Earth - The Gateway to Global Citizenship. This lesson plan will introduce students to the vibrant and life-changing world of volunteering. So many organisations depend on voluntary workers to provide aid for refugees, care for endangered species, sanitation for impoverished villages; any much, much more. This lesson serves as a gateway to the world of voluntary work, and explores the ways in which volunteering can develop their skills and prospects for the future. Workshops and activities are included to give students a working insight to the voluntary sector. Suitable for in-class, online and independent learning. Lesson plan by Paul Doherty. Your £1.00 fee goes towards the vital aid & conservation work that the Fair Earth Foundation engages in worldwide
Freedom of Speech - Fair Earth Resources
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Freedom of Speech - Fair Earth Resources

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Fair Earth - The Gateway to Global Citizenship With our lesson resource on freedom of expression, your students can learn more about their stake in a free & open society - and how to advocate for continued freedom of speech and expression for themselves and others. Selected video presentations will give students a range of views on this subject. Workshop activities and home assignments are included to enhance student engagement with their civil & human rights. Suitable for in-class or online learning. Lesson plan by Paul Doherty. Your £1.00 fee goes towards the vital aid and conservation work carried out by the Fair Earth Foundation
Poaching & Wildlife Trade : Fair Earth Resources
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Poaching & Wildlife Trade : Fair Earth Resources

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Fair Earth - The Gateway to Global Citizenship. This accessible lesson plan will delve into the world of poaching and the illegal wildlife trade. Students will learn how and why endangered species such as tigers, pangolins and rhinos are harvested for their body parts, to be sold in markets worldwide, particularly the Far East. Selected presentations will give students a stronger understanding of poaching and the wildlife trade are linked. Class workshops and home assignments are included to maximise student engagement in comating this threat to the natural world. Suitable for in-class, online and independent learning. Lesson plan by Paul Doherty. Your £1.00 fee goes towards the vital aid & conservation work that the Fair Earth Foundation engages in worldwide
Cyberbullying - Fair Earth Resources
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Cyberbullying - Fair Earth Resources

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Fair Earth - The Gateway to Global Citizenship. This accessible 50 minute lesson plan will educate students on cyberbullying, one of the most pressing societal issues of our time. An informative video presentation will equip students to give their insights to the devastating social consequences that cyberbullying has - and through group workshops and activities, they can work together to act against one of the leading causes of suicide in young people. Suitable for in-class, online and independent learning. Lesson plan by Mimi Jenkins. *Your £1.00 fee goes towards the vital aid & conservation work that Fair Earth Foundation engages in worldwide.
Communication & Music - Fair Earth Resources
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Communication & Music - Fair Earth Resources

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Fair Earth - The Gateway to Global Citizenship. This accessible and insightful lesson plan will explore the unique ways that music and communication intersect in human cultures . An informative video presentation will inspire students to give their own insights to the nature of music, and it’s transformative qualities. Through group workshops and activities, students can forge their own intepretation of the role that music plays in their lives. Suitable for in-class, online and independent learning. Lesson plan by Jensen Akal. Your £1.00 fee goes towards the vital aid & conservation work that Fair Earth Foundation engages in worldwide.
Renewable Energy - Fair Earth Resources
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Renewable Energy - Fair Earth Resources

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Fair Earth - The Gateway to Global Citizenship. This accessible 50 minute lesson plan will educate students on the current and emerging technologies of both renewable energies and fossil fuels. An informative video presentation will equip students to give their own insights to the environmental impacts of how we use energy - and through group workshops and activities, they can take their own steps towards helping shape the future of energy consumption. Suitable for in-class, online and independent learning. Lesson plan by Paul Doherty. *Your £1.00 fee goes towards the vital aid & conservation work that Fair Earth Foundation engages in worldwide. *
Our Solar System & Galaxy - Fair Earth Resources
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Our Solar System & Galaxy - Fair Earth Resources

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Fair Earth - The Gateway to Global Citizenship. This lesson plan will take students on an educational journey into our own solar system - before heading out into the Milky Way galaxy to learn about our place in the universe. An informative video presentation will equip students to visualize their own journey within our “Galactic Neighbourhood” - and through group workshops and activities, they can create their own stories of life beyond the stars. Suitable for in-class, online and independent learning. Lesson plan by Paul Doherty. Your £1.00 fee goes towards the vital aid & conservation work that Fair Earth Foundation engages in worldwide
Saving Sharks - Fair Earth Resources
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Saving Sharks - Fair Earth Resources

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Fair Earth - The Gateway to Global Citizenship. This accessible lesson plan, brought to you through the Fair Earth Foundation’s Gateway to Global Citizenship, can help students to see sharks in a new & informed light. Immerse yourself in the sharks world; learn of their true nature, the threats they face, and how we can do more to help them avoid extinction. Suitable for in-class, online and independent learning. Lesson plan by Paul Doherty. Your £1.00 fee goes towards the vital aid & conservation work that Fair Earth Foundation engages in worldwide.
Whale & Dolphin Conservation - Fair Earth Resources
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Whale & Dolphin Conservation - Fair Earth Resources

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Fair Earth - The Gateway to Global Citizenship Whales and dolphins - otherwise known as cetaceans - are amongst the most charismatic members of the animal kingdom. In this lesson plan, students will delve into their evolutionary history and find out about the challenges these creatures face today. Selected video presentations will give students an overview of the whaling industry; and why holding cetaceans in captivity must come to an end. Activity workshops and home assignments will deepen students’ understanding of these issues and give them a chance to take a lead in making a difference. Suitable for in-class or online learning. Lesson plan by Paul Doherty. *Your £1.00 fee goes towards the vital conservation and aid work done by the Fair Earth Foundation *