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Climate Change in the Classroom

HOT: One World, One Climate Curriculum Units

The following materials are in an active stage of development, currently under review by scientists and educators. These materials are draft, review copies only prepared for field-testing during the Climate Change in the Classroom Workshop. We expect the final fully edited versions to be released during the 2014/2015 school year.

Unit 1: The Big Climate Change Experiment

Guiding Question: How does weather affect me and my future?
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Lesson 1.1 Pre-Exploration and Pre-Assessment

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Lesson 1.2 Influence of Climate on Culture

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Lesson 1.3 Climate Change Lines of Evidence

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Lesson 1.4 Weather Versus Climate

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Lesson 1.5 Climate Change News Story

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Unit 2: Earth Fever

Guiding Question: How are humans driving present-day climate change?
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Lesson 2.1 Pre-Exploration and Pre-Assessment

Lesson 2.2 Lighting Up the Earth

Lesson 2.3 Global Temperature Record

Lesson 2.4 Climate Change 101—The Greenhouse Effect

Lesson 2.5 Discovery of Global Warming

Unit 3: Good Planets

Guiding Question: How could climate change the world?
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  • Lesson 3.1: Good Planets are Hard to Find
  • Lesson 3.2: Good Planets are Hard to Maintain
  • Lesson 3.3: Good Planets are Hard to Sustain
  • Lesson 3.4: Real World Climate – Case Studies

Unit 1: Video Lectures

Lecture 1: Medical Analogy for Climate Change

Unit 2: Video Lectures

Lecture 1: The Role of Humans in the Climate Change Story (Part 1)

Lecture 2: The Role of Humans in the Climate Change Story (Part 2)

Unit 3 Video Lectures

Lecture 1: Good Planets are Hard to Find

Lecture 2: Good Planets are Hard to Maintain


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