Natural Drivers Or Human Activity?

Unit 10: Design a Resilient, Self-Sustaining Community
Lesson 9 of 11

Objective: SWBAT express and justify their thought on the primary cause(s) for the increase in Earth's temperatures over the last century.

Big Idea: Students love to argue so why not harness that in the name of science? Students apply their argumentation skills (SP7) as they determine their opinion on the causes of climate change.

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Science, Climate Change, Community Building, argumentation based on evidence , sustainability, design
  100 minutes
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