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Water – Curriculum Planning

Curriculum planning

Water

Literacy, Language and Communication
~ Take on other roles and debate issues, e.g. as a citizen of a country at high risk of flooding due to climate change and sea level rises, or a farmer in a drought region;
~ Talk and write about their opinions, and explain their views, on this topic and inform others about what they find out;
~ Read fiction and non-fiction books and picture books relating to climate change and the effects on people and planet.

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Water Activities

Water
Activities: Quick, little preparation required

Water Use diaries
Ask learners to keep a water use diary over the course of a day. Compare and contrast water use amongst class members. You could analyse the data in Maths using this valuable real-life data.…

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Water – Teacher Ideas

Water
Activities: lesson plans, schemes of work and projects

Using Water Aid Case Studies
In groups or as a class, record answers to the following questions (you could make this more active by having flip chart sheets around the room that pupils can go and write their answers on):

What have you done so far today – before you got to school?…

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