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  • EDD 5161B Effective Teaching Through Technology (AGGV) Protect our earth
  • Introduction
      • Subject: General Studies
      • Level of students : Primary 5
      • Age : 11-12
      • No. Student in the class : 30
      • Group Study: 4-5 students a group
      • Duration : 4 lessons, total: 2 hours
      • Profile: Students are active learners and they prefer to learn through games and simulations.
      • Pre-requisites
      • 1) Basic knowledge on the use of Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Word and Internet.
      • 2) Familiar with the format and writing style of a report
      • 3) Students are able to understand general written and oral English instructions.
  • Objective
    • Students can
      • realize problems of global warming, identify interrelationship among the elements of earth with the environment;
      • design a proposal to protect the environment;
      • commit to conserve the environment in daily life
  • Instruction Media
      • Perform interactive exercises and answer checking to do revision via Power Point Presentation
      • Student centred & co-operative learning
      • Students search resources from Internet
      • Watch video about global warming to understand background of the issue
      • Provides templates which help students to organize and scaffold to complete of the task
      • Facilitate students to build up concept of environmental protection by mind-mapping
      • Apply knowledge through writing report
      • Present what they have learnt and evaluation of classmates’ tasks in class
  • Activity 1 : TABLE OF CONTENTS Activity 2 : Helpful web link Glossary
  • Activity 1
    • Discuss with your group members to list out environmental problems in Hong Kong in the following areas ?
      • Climate change
      • Air pollution
    • - Worsening of resources availability
      • Energy consumption
    Web link Activity 1 - Tip 1 Glossary Activity 1 - Tip 2 Activity 2 Activity 1 Next HOME
  • Drop down the problems with the earth from the video? Activity 1 – Tip 1 Web link Activity 1 - Tip 1 Glossary Activity 1 - Tip 2 Activity 2 Activity 1 Next HOME
  • To see what had happened to our earth Activity 1 – Tip 1 Web link Activity 1 - Tip 1 Glossary Activity 1 - Tip 2 Activity 2 Activity 1 Next HOME
  • higher temperature more intense rain and floods increased cost of food poor air quality (Retrieved 15th February, 2010 from http://weather.phillipmartin.info/science_global_warming.gif) Click the boxes for details Activity 1 – Tip 2 Web link Activity 1 - Tip 1 Glossary Activity 1 - Tip 2 Activity 2 Activity 1 Next HOME
  • Activity 1 – Tip 2 Web link Activity 1 - Tip 1 Glossary Activity 1 - Tip 2 Activity 2 Activity 1 Next Back to Tip 2 Home
  • http://thepapernoose.blogspot.com/2007_12_01_archive.html Web link Activity 1 - Tip 1 Glossary Activity 1 - Tip 2 Activity 2 Activity 1 Next HOME Activity 1 – Tip 2 Back to Tip 2 Home
  • http://www.triplepundit.com/FPT_MoneyBag.gif Web link Activity 1 - Tip 1 Glossary Activity 1 - Tip 2 Activity 2 Activity 1 Next HOME Activity 1 – Tip 2 Back to Tip 2 Home
  • campaignforcleanair.org Web link Activity 1 - Tip 1 Glossary Activity 1 - Tip 2 Activity 2 Activity 1 Next HOME Activity 1 – Tip 2 Back to Tip 2 Home
  • Activity 2: Image you are the Secretary for the Environment of Hong Kong , what you can do with environmental protection in Hong Kong ? Submit a proposal to describe your plan to revitalize Hong Kong’s environmental situation in 200 words. Web link Activity 2 - Tip 1 Glossary Activity 2 - Tip 2 Activity 2 Activity 1 Next HOME
  • Education Reduce Recycle Reuse Reduce ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION Mind mapping for making proposals Web link Glossary Activity 2 Activity 1 Next HOME Activity 2 – Mind Map Activity 2 - Tip 1 Activity 2 - Tip 2
  • See what you should do and should not do ? Retrieved 17th February, 2010 from http://www.epa.gov/region5/publications/happy/happy.htm Web link Glossary Activity 2 Activity 1 Next HOME Activity 2 – Tip 1 Back to Mind Map Activity 2 - Tip 1 Activity 2 - Tip 2
  • Do the following worksheet for concept building : WS1: Mission of environmental protection WS2: How to contribute smaller ecological footprint WS3: How to use resources wisely Web link Glossary Activity 2 Activity 1 Next HOME Activity 2 – Tip 2 Back to Mind Map Activity 2 - Tip 1 Activity 2 - Tip 2
  • Worksheet 1 : Finish this loop to complete your mission with environmental protection Retrieved 15th February, 2010 from: http://www.epa.gov/region5/publications/happy/happy.htm Web link Glossary Activity 2 Activity 1 Next HOME Activity 2 – Tip 2 Back to Tip 2 Index Given words recycled , resources, cans, paper, batteries, waste, plates, products, clothes Activity 2 - Tip 1 Activity 2 - Tip 2 ANSWER ON NEXT PAGE!!
  • Check your answer! Retrieved 15th February, 2010 from http://www.epa.gov/region5/publications/happy/happy.htm Web link Glossary Activity 2 Activity 1 Next HOME Activity 2 – Tip 2 Back to Tip 2 Index Activity 2 - Tip 1 Activity 2 - Tip 2
  • Which of the following choices are more sustainable and contribute towards a smaller Ecological Footprint? Worksheet 2: Web link Glossary Activity 2 Activity 1 Next HOME Activity 2 – Tip 2 Back to Tip 2 Index Activity 2 - Tip 1 Activity 2 - Tip 2 Retrieved 15th February, 2010 from http://www.epa.gov/region5/publications/happy/happy.htm
  • Retrieved 16th February, 2010 from http//:www.epa.gov/osw Worksheet 3: Which of the following choices are using resources wisely? Web link Glossary Activity 2 Activity 1 Next HOME Activity 2 – Tip 2 Back to Tip 2 Index Activity 2 - Tip 1 Activity 2 - Tip 2 Retrieved 15th February, 2010 from http://www.epa.gov/region5/publications/happy/happy.htm
  • Evaluation
      • Evaluate the effectiveness of the varied proposals formulate by your groups and other groups in aspects of its feasibility, creativity and any possible effects .
      • Present your evaluation in class
    Web link Glossary Activity 2 Activity 1 Next HOME
  • Useful Resources
      • http://www.epa.gov/climatechange/kids/cc.html
      • (Introduction about climate change)
      • http://www.epa.gov/kids/ (Information about environmental protection for kids)
      • http://dnr.wi.gov/org/caer/ce/eek/teacher/Climateguide/pdf/02-3639-greenyou.pdf (Evaluate how green you were)
      • http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?c=kids.kids_index
      • (an interactive game to inspire students that “You can make change”)
      • http://www.epa.gov/climatechange/kids/global_warming_version2.html (Climate change video animation)
      • http://www.epa.gov/climatechange/kids/animations.html
    • (Animation about climate change)
      • http://www.kidsfootprint.org/
    • (Bobbie organic footprint – game)
      • http://www.climatechangeeducation.org/videos/kids/
    • (teaching kids global warming video)
    Web link Glossary Activity 2 Activity 1 Next HOME
  • Glossary
      • Global warming
    • - the increase in temperature of the earth's atmosphere, that is caused by the increase of particular gases, especially carbon dioxide greenhouse effect
      • Ecological Footprints
    • - The Ecological Footprint estimates how much productive land and water you need to support what you use and what you throw away. Ecological Footprints can be calculated for individuals like you, communities, and even countries. If the Ecological Footprint indicates that more natural resources are used than the Earth supplies, than this is not a sustainable lifestyle.
      • Conservation
      • to use as little of something as possible so that it lasts a long time
      • Recycle
      • to treat things that have already been used so that they can be used again
      • Resources
      • Resource is any physical or virtual entity of limited availability, or anything used to help one earn a living.
    Web link Glossary Activity 2 Activity 1 Next HOME
  • Acknowledgements: Advisor : Mr Daniel Churchill http://www.epa.gov/climatechange/kids/cc.html http://www.epa.gov/kids/ Evaluate how green you were http://dnr.wi.gov/org/caer/ce/eek/teacher/Climateguide/pdf/02-3639-greenyou.pdf You can make change http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?c=kids.kids_index Climate change video animation http://www.epa.gov/climatechange/kids/global_warming_version2.html Animation about climate http://www.epa.gov/climatechange/kids/animations.html How to protect your beach http://www.epa.gov/climatechange/kids/games/java/concentrate/index.html Happy Earth Day Coloring and Activities Book http://www.epa.gov/region5/publications/happy/happy.htm Make a difference at school http://www.epa.gov/osw/education/pdfs/mad-guide.pdf Bobbie organic footprint – game http://www.kidsfootprint.org/ Animation clipart http://office.microsoft.com/en-gb/clipart/download.aspx ? Web link Glossary Activity 2 Activity 1 Next HOME
  • Created by : Ada, Gloria, Grace & Vince (AGGV) (PGDE-PT2)