Climate Change Challenges

by: Laura Tucker and Lois Sherwood

This session provides an opportunity for students to integrate the information they have learned from their research. They create charts or mind maps to anticipate the ripple effects from an aspect they have studied. They consider the secondary effects and also list the human, environmental, and economic effects. This gives students a broader understanding of predicted changes resulting from a warming planet and encourages them to think deeply about the consequential effects of a warming climate. A materials list, teacher background information, assessment, safety considerations, standards, references, and resources are provided. This book selection also includes the Table of Contents, Foreword, About the Authors, Acknowledgments, Information for Teaching This Unit, and Index.


Type Book ChapterPub Date 3/26/2019Pages 44Stock # PB445X_7

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