To develop attitude towards ecological pollution among the students.
To understand that waste reduction are essential components to the productive and sustainable use of materials across the entire life cycle and crucial to conserve natural resources.
To understand general and specific information about
environmental pollution causes including the human activities from a
variety written texts of a suitable level.
To integrate the chemistry about global climate change as a result of the Greenhouse Effect.
To provide every student with opportunities to acquire the knowledge, values, attitudes, commitment, and skills needed to protect and improve the environment
To take part in environmental awareness and become motivated to practice environment-friendly activities by deepening the knowledge into the importance of preserving the natural resources.
To understand general and specific information about a new type of
environmental pollution from variety of texts of a suitable level.
To outline key facts about oil spills including what happened and why, based on specific information in a text.
To express personal ideas through creative writing by producing a newspaper article about the topic.
To demonstrate manifested understanding of the distinctive difference between sentence and sentence fragments.
To use reading comprehension strategies: to identify literary types using textual and non-textual elements and investigate the effects of an oil spill on the environment.
To understand general and specific
information about animal malformations in the natural environment from
variety of texts of a suitable level.
To outline key facts about birth defects as a result of environmental factors affecting development.
To explore informal language, organization, and style that are appropriate to writing a letter.
To understand general and specific information about the rainforest’s ecological impact on the planet’s climate from variety of texts of a suitable level.
To create a presentation using Kinesthetic Intrapersonal input to draw a rainforest’s plant or animal.
To enable students to develop an understanding of the rainforest ecosystem and biological diversity and describe the challenges of deforestation.