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Noise Pollution: National Geographics’ Geo-Inquiry Process with Young Learners (FULL Unit SAMPLE)

Hello, my dear educators! This post will be a full noise pollution SAMPLE unit designed in the National Geographic Geo-Inquiry course. Why did I choose noise pollution? Because noise pollution is definitely no bueno, and many people are not even aware it exists, let alone children. This unit is one of the units that aims …

5 Reasons Why it’s Important to Teach Kids About Environmental Issues + Problems & Solutions + Podcast

Environment. Such a scary word, right? Why do we feel existential dread whenever we hear someone mention the word ‘environment’? The answer is very simple – we know how polluted nature is, so mentioning this word makes us feel something I like to call ‘global guilt’, and some people even feel environmental anxiety. Overcoming the …

Water Pollution Science Experiment (ESL) and Dramatization: Dress up Like a Scientist, Part 1

Science experiment in my ESL classroom?! Just what are you talking about Alice, we already have enough work as it is! Of course, this is the reaction of most teachers, but please don’t dismiss it before you even tried it because the power of contextual learning through simple, relatable science experiments is immense. I am a massive …

Teaching Sustainability in Your Language Classroom (Reflection and Presentation Recording)

Hi, my dear educators! Some time ago, I had a great presentation at an amazing conference with Owain Llewellyn and Ben Crompton! The presentation was inspiring, and both Owain and Ben are amazing educators! So keep reading this post to learn more and see how teaching sustainability in your classroom looks like and how you …

Outdoor Learning 101: Taking your Young Learners on a Journey – INTERACTIVE OUTDOOR TEACHER TRAINING

Hello, my dear educators! Have you ever taken your young learners outside? Are you ready for some outdoor learning teacher training? Does outdoor learning frighten you and make you feel like it would never work in your classroom? If the answers to these questions are YES, then you are in the right place! Abstract In …

🌎The Magical World of Plants – (Mother) Earth Day Celebration Unit for Young Learners (Activities)

Hello, my dear educators! This CLIL unit should help your young learners learn about plants in an engaging way, and the materials/activities can be used online and face-to-face without any adaptations. So explore the units and enjoy the international Mother Earth Day! How to take care of plants at home? – Unit 1 In unit …

🌎 FREE International (Mother) Earth Online English Language Workshops (Lessons) for Children

Hello, everyone! Welcome to another post with free English lessons or how I like to call them workshops for children. Why do I call them workshops, you may ask? The children are collaborating and leading the class, and we are constantly communicating, so I am not actually teaching at all! How come the workshops are …

Climate Change Causes and Effects: Drawing a Scientific Model with Young Learners

In the last few years, my perspective on environmental education changed significantly. Before starting, I was focused on pollution and spreading awareness. Now, when it comes to climate change, my main focus shifted to deforestation as a cause for many other effects related to climate change, and I often discuss climate change with my young …