Plants, Animals and Our World
Students explore some of the major challenges facing our world and discover the variety of ways in which they can be part of creating sustainable change.
Developed in partnership with teachers and subject matter experts, four lessons are each centred on a different online learning module. Topics covered include renewable and non-renewable resources, sustainable product life cycles, biodiversity, climate change and adapting to environmental changes.
Science (Biology, Chemistry), Geography
60 minutes to 4 hours
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Plants, Animals and our World is made up of four lessons, each with an online learning module and slides with supporting classroom activities.
Students learn that Earth is a source of limited resources, and we need to manage our use of them carefully, working within the limits of each system.
Students discover that organisms in an ecosystem are interdependent. Biodiversity protects the delicate balance of life on Earth, and we must understand the conditions that support it.
Students explore how living things are adapted to the climate zones they live in. Data shows us human activity is leading to global warming and climate change, and we must act.
Living things adapt to changes in their environment over long periods. Our innovation can help us adapt to an environment changing faster than we can evolve.