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Resources and Human Impact Collection
This collection includes a variety of lesson plan ideas and resources that can be used when discussing resources and the human impact on the environment. The eBook, Resources and Human Impact, is a great place to start to review the topics included in this collection. Some lessons, Tabizi Pythons & Clendro Hawks, review some basic topics about population and ecosystems. Some lessons discuss population changes, human impact, and sustainable resources. Social Justice can be integrated into the curriculum using ideas, like Environmental Justice.
This collection provides a variety of resources to use when teaching students about climate change. This collection includes the NSTA press book and chapters from Understanding Climate Change, Grades 7-12, which outlines a series of lessons to instruct students on this topic. There are also several articles that single lessons to teach students about this topic. One article describes several practices that should be used when teaching about climate change. Lastly, Oceans Effect on Weather and Climate science object is a great resource for teachers to use to refresh their knowledge on climate change and the different contributors to climate change.
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