Lessons

Lessons and other resources for learning to care about, understand and act for the environment

LESSON LIBRARY

  1. Environmental Principles
  2. Systems and Processes of Nature
  3. Systems and Processes of Society
  4. Environments and Resources
  5. Environmental Problems
  6. Investigating and Understanding Environmental Problems
  7. Solving Environmental Problems
  8. Taking Action

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Header Picture Captions: Left to Right: Friends of Rock Bridge Memorial S.P. Nature Detectives, Summer 2010; Academie Lafayette, Kansas City, Stream Class; Sustain Mizzou Green Team recycling at an MU home football game, Columbia. If you have pictures of your students learning aout or working in the environment (with permissions) send them to weaverjc@missouri.edu and we will post them.

Lessons about Economics and the Environment

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Lessons - stand alone activities with specific learning objectives

The Cost of Solar Energy. MS Students learn how to estimate the electricity usage in their homes and calculate how many solar panels are needed to meet that demand along with total system costs. Additionally, students design systems that are practical for use in their homes, and calculate payback periods for their designs.From TeachEngineering - http://www.teachengineering.org

 

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Curriculum - multiple, connected and sequenced activities

 

 

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Books - and other readings

 

 

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Games - outdoor, on-line, board, etc.

 

 

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Videos - short, topical on-line videos

"Ask Before You Eat" Film Series. High School to Adult. Slow Food St. Louis teamed up with Gus & Wes Productions to produce three short films focused on questions you should ask before you buy the food you eat. These questions are appropriate when shopping at a farmer’s market, a grocery store, ordering at a restaurant or buying into a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) program. The questions are tools to find out the story behind our food. All foods have a story and these stories connect people to where our food is coming from, how it was produced and how far it traveled to the plate. It’s up to us to ensure that the food we eat has a good story! Slow Food St. Louis and Gus and Wes Productions.

 

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Movies - feature length movies and documentaries

 

 

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Stewardship Activities

 

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Links to regional, state, national and international organizations

Agriculture and Environment Lesson Plans. HS and adult. This page provides links tolesson plans, classroom projects and teaching activities for: Agriculture, Aquaculture, Forestry, Animal Science, Environment, Food Science/Culinary Arts, Horticulture, Floriculture, and Landscaping. Vocational Information Center, www.khake.com

 

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