Lesson: Tom Young_Pollution, Our Role in Reducing the Global Pollution Problem
1. Students will have a basic understanding of history including cause and effect, chronology, concepts of time, continuity and change and global interconnectedness (local, state, nation, and world). 2. Students will understand the interactions between the environment and human societies, and the political, economic, and social impact of those interactions. 3. Students will develop an ability to think, including a process for problem solving, recognition of multiple perspectives, and analysis. 4. Students should investigate how everyday people have the ability to make changes and impact their "community" in unique ways. Knowing historical figures is important, but realizing that all people can make history is paramount. (4 month unit)
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