Renewable Energy Resources CLIL Unit (3 lessons + 1 project, 10+ activities)

Renewable Energy Resources CLIL Unit (3 lessons + 1 project, 10+ activities)

Hi, my dear colleagues! Iโ€™ve shared a huge renewable energy resources CLIL unit for teenagers and advanced young learners on my free materials website, and it has 10+ activities! ๐Ÿ‘€ This material is suitable for teenagers and intermediate or advanced young learners. It can be done online or face-to-face.

๐ŸŒ Renewable Energy Resources 1: Listening Activities, Brainstorming, Sorting Energy Resources

With this lesson you will:

1. Brainstorm where does our power comes from?;
2. Listen to the audio and discover what were the most used energy resources in 2019;
3. Watch a video to check the answers;
4. Explore an interactive graph;
5. Sort the energy resources into 2 groups (renewable and non-renewable).

๐ŸŒ Renewable Energy Resources 2: Concept Review, Listening and Reading Comprehension Activities

Letโ€™s learn more about the 4 basic types of renewable energy resources and do a fact-check.

Every page has at least 2 mistakes!
Try to fact-check the given information and share the mistakes you found in the live lesson.
Donโ€™t forget to complete the interactive vocabulary review!

๐ŸŒ Renewable Energy Resources 3: Exploration, Debate and Designing a Sustainable Home Project

In this lesson you will:

1. Explore renewable energy resources in your closest community;
2. Add reliable resources and report back to the class;
3. Have an interactive debate with a spinner;
4. Start developing a plan for your own sustainable home following the given steps.


You can also explore the link and see the student creations in a reflective blog post linked in all of the products. ๐ŸŒ๐Ÿ‘

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About Alice Glass

Alice is a 29 years old preschool teacher (Pre-K) with a B.Ed. She is currently enrolled in her Master's studies, with a double major, one of them being English teaching methodology. She is also an online ESL teacher and blog writer for the British Council. Last but not least, she is the mother of a very energetic toddler.

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