Reflection: Co-Teaching Predicting Human Population Change Part 3: Environmental Impact - Section 3: Guided Practice


The World Bank database truly offers a wealth of information that could be used in an environmental science class, a government, economics, or history class... even a math class.  I imagine that motivated grade-level teams could develop outstanding interdisciplinary assignments based on the website.  At the least, I encourage you to explore it for yourself to consider possible lessons that could be developed with the database.

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  Co-Teaching: Using online resources across disciplines
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Predicting Human Population Change Part 3: Environmental Impact

Unit 4: Populations
Lesson 7 of 10

Objective: Students will be able to predict three nations' future environmental impact by analyzing current data on population growth rate and current CO2 emissions.

Big Idea: Historical trends and ecological understanding make predictions of future developments possible.

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