GC1/2. Reduce, re-use, recycle - week 1

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Global CitizenshipMiddelbare schoolhavo, vwoLeerjaar 1,2

This lesson contains 19 slides, with interactive quizzes, text slides and 1 video.

time-iconLesson duration is: 15 min

Items in this lesson

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Reduce, Re-use, Recycle

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If you hear the word "recycling", what is your first thought?

Slide 5 - Open question

What sort of things do you recycle at home?

Slide 6 - Mind map

Slide 7 - Video

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can you recycle this
A
yes
B
no

Slide 9 - Quiz

Is this bottle recyclable?
A
yes
B
no

Slide 10 - Quiz

Can you re-use this bag?
A
yes
B
no

Slide 11 - Quiz

Are these bottles re-useable?
A
yes
B
no

Slide 12 - Quiz

         How long does trash last?
3 or 4 weeks
1 month
5 months
2 until 5 years
80 until 100 years
Banana
paper-bag
cotton  rag
cigarette
butt
tin can

Slide 13 - Drag question

What are we going to do?
In the coming weeks you will receive a couple of challenges to do at home. These challenges have to do with Reduce, Re-use and Recycle

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What do you need?
For this lesson:
Well you don't need a lot. Just look around in your house, talk to your parents, brothers or sisters. 

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Lesson 1
You are going to interview one of your parents. 
Make at least 5 questions (you can do this in Dutch, just make sure the interview is translated in to English when you upload it to simulise).
Any questions ?

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What kind of questions?
You are going to come up with at least five questions about recycling, reducing and re-using waste in your home. 
What do you and your parents already do ? 
and how, 
and why? 

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What do you have to hand in?
You do the interview with one of your parents. 
Create a short report (verslag) about the interview, who did you interview? 
You have to upload the report and interview to Simulise

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Next lesson
Next week you will receive another challenge.
Good luck! 

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