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Anti littering lesson
Anti littering lesson
Anti littering lesson
Anti littering lesson
Anti littering lesson
Anti littering lesson
Anti littering lesson
Anti littering lesson
Anti littering lesson
Anti littering lesson
Anti littering lesson
Anti littering lesson
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Anti littering lesson

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  • 1. Environmental Geography
    The environment and the community.
  • 2. Litter
    Our results showed us how bad litter was around the school.
    How many anti-litter posters did we see around the school?????
  • 3. LITTER
    How many of us have littered before???
  • 4. Is litter ugly???
    Do you like your streets covered in litter?
    Do these people? Watch this video and we will find out
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HVXeK8zluZ4
  • 5. Problems
    In pairs (TEAMWORK!!!) I want you to create a mind map of all the problems that litter can create.
  • 6. Words to describe a litter bug?
    Hands up to answer!!!
  • 7. Litter facts
    Litter can be as small as a sweet wrapper, or as large as a bag of rubbish, or it can mean lots of items scattered about.
    More than 100,000 trolleys go astray from supermarkets each year. Many end up obstructing paths, spoiling beauty spots or polluting rivers and ponds. The yearly cost is some £5m nationally.
  • 8. This is how long some litter items take to decompose naturally:-
    Cigarette butts: Up to 2 years
    Orange peel/banana skin: Up to 2 years
    Plastic bags: 10 - 20 years
    Tin cans: 50 years
    Aluminium cans: 80 - 100 years
    Plastic bottles: indefinitely
  • 9. Littering
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qrEPSACrLmA&feature=related
    Remember littering is wrong!!!!
    REDUCE, REUSE, RECYCLE!!!!!!!!
    So what can we do????
  • 10. Task
    In groups of four I want you to create a anti-litter poster that can be used in our display.
    Be as create as like. Use as many resources as you like.
    And remember make sure it sends out a strong message!!!!
  • 11. Some examples to get you thinking.

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