Lesson Plans

Each Lesson Plan consists of a set of teaching tools and a write-up, packaged in the form of a step-by-step guide.

The content in a Lesson Plan describes how a topic in a particular discipline (such as Blackbody Radiation in Physics, Carbon Compounds in Chemistry, or Species and Speciation in Biology) can be taught by using examples, case studies, and exercises related to climate change.

Educators can use these Lesson Plans as supplementary aids or can integrate the them with their existing teaching modules.

A typical Lesson Plan may consist of -

  • An introductory video micro-lecture, A laboratory/classroom  activity,
  • Reading material, Additional resources for further exploration of the topic

The Lesson Plan can also be used by students for independent learning. Lesson Plans are categorized on the basis of Discipline and Climate Topic.

Recent Lesson Plans

Lesson Plan Categories

Lesson Plan Video Tutorials

Here are a few Video Tutorials about how to use the TROP ICSU Lesson Plans. The videos are useful to not only teachers abut also to self-learners.

Introduction to TROP ICSU

Video Tutorials : How to Lesson Plans

Please note, the first 3min 52 sec of the following videos are the same introducing how to use TROP ICSU resources followed by description of a discipline-specific Lesson Plan.

Video Tutorial for Economics Lesson Plan: Cost Benefit Analysis

Video Tutorial for Chemistry Lesson Plan: Buffers, Buffer Action and Ocean Acidification

TROP ICSU in Different Languages

In the process of reaching out to global educators and learners, we are presenting some of our teaching resources in different languages. Browse our language collection here. If you are interested in joining hands with us for making the resources available in your languages, please contact us.

In the process of reaching out to global educators and learners, we are presenting some of our teaching resources in different languages. Browse our language collection here. If you are interested in joining hands with us for making the resources available in your languages, please contact us.

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