Teacher Submitted Lesson Plans

TROP ICSU welcomes contributions to our suite of pedagogical resources that can be used to teach topics in the high school and undergraduate curriculum through climate-related examples.

Here are some Lesson Plans developed by some of the participants of TROP ICSU workshops. More Teacher submitted Lesson Plans are getting added to the suit.
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Lesson Plans contributed by teachers or based upon ideas submitted by teachers

Lesson Plan: Simple Harmonic Motion and Simple Harmonic Oscillators
As a High School or Undergraduate Physics teacher, you can use this set of computer-based tools to teach about Simple Harmonic Motion (SHM) and Simple Harmonic Oscillators. This lesson plan will allow you to teach
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Lesson Plan: Literary Analysis using Climate Fiction
As a High School and Undergraduate Humanities teacher in English, you can use this lesson plan to teach literary analysis of a novel (climate fiction). The recently recognized literary genre of ‘Cli-Fi’ is a valuable
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Lesson Plan: Basic Data Handling Using Climate Data
As a Primary and Middle School Mathematics teacher, you can use this set of computer-based tools to teach your students the basics of data handling using climate data. This lesson plan can be used to
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Lesson Plan: Teaching Verb Tenses through Climate Literature
As a Middle or High School English teacher or a teacher of English as a second language, you can use this set of computer-based tools to teach tenses using climate literature. Global warming is causing
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Lesson Plan: Enhancing French Vocabulary: Written and Spoken Language
As a Middle or High School French teacher or a teacher of French as a second language (basic or elementary level), you can use this set of computer-based tools to teach climate related French vocabulary
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Lesson Plan: Major Landforms: Mountains and Climate
As a High School or Undergraduate Geography or Earth Sciences teacher, you can use this set of computer-based tools to teach about mountains that comprise one of Earth’s major landforms and the factors that affect their
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Lesson Plan: Trigonometry and Sea Level Rise
As a High School Mathematics teacher, you can use this set of computer-based tools to teach basic trigonometry. Global warming is causing glaciers and ice sheets to melt thus causing sea levels to rise. The
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Lesson Plan: English for Academic Purposes: Note Making and Summary Writing Using Climate Literature
As a high school or undergraduate English teacher, you can use a climate change related spoken text to help you in teaching note making and summary writing, as part of English for Academic Purposes (EAP).
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Lesson Plan: William Blake’s ‘Chimney Sweeper’ Poems: Ode to the Industrial Age
As a high school and Undergraduate English Literature teacher, you can use two of William Blake’s poems, both titled “The Chimney Sweeper”, to teach your students how to interpret poetic texts. These poems may serve
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