Reflection: Lesson Planning Earth Day - Section 2: Setting a Purpose


While this lesson was designed for use with a sub, it is easily adaptable to fit other needs in the classroom. The text was written specifically to be short and easily decodable for my students. Should it fit the needs of your students as well, it easily could be completed in partners or small groups rather than being read as a class. The work also could be broken into several parts and placed in stations for students to complete with a partner or independently. 

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Earth Day

Unit 17: Celebrations throughout the Year
Lesson 2 of 4

Objective: SWBAT learn the history of Earth Day and make a plan to reduce, reuse, or recycle.

Big Idea: Students read a short passage about the history of Earth Day and discover its importance. After answering a few short questions, they work together to determine how their choices can impact change.

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