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Using Places More Sustainably - Geography Word Wall Vocabulary

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18 pages (PDF)|Suitable for Grade: 4

46 sustainability vocabulary word wall cards.

Display and use these Using Places More Sustainably Word Wall Vocabulary cards around your room to immerse your students in the content specific vocabulary when learning about sustainability.

There is a blank sheet provided at the end for any extra words that your students may want to add.

Words include:

adapt, adaption, biodegradable, column graph, conclusion, consequence, Country, Custodial responsibility, data, deforestation, environment, expression, fossil fuels, flow chart, interconnection, interview, introduction, landfill, monotone, multimodal presentation, national, natural, negative, Non-renewable, packaging, Place, plus/minus chart, pollution, positive, predict, processed, propose an action, protection, recycle, reduce, reflection, renewable, replace, resources, reuse, sustainable, survey, table, unprocessed, unsustainability, waste management

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Using Places More Sustainably - Geography Vocabulary

adapt adaption biodegradable
column graph conclusion consequence
Country Custodial responsibility data
deforestation environment expression
fossil fuels flow chart interconnection
interview introduction landfill
monotone multimodal presentation national
natural negative Non-renewable
packaging Place plus/minus chart
pollution positive predict
processed propose an action protection
recycle reduce reflection
renewable replace resources
reuse sustainable survey
table unprocessed unsustainability
waste management
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Thanks for Grade 4 geog Unit 2!!! Exactly what I was looking for…..

Bronwyn Hill · Aug 3rd, 2016

Hi Bronwyn,
Thank you so much for your lovely feedback. I’m so glad to hear that this resource has been useful for you.
Kind regards
Jill

Jill (Teach Starter) · Aug 9th, 2016

Please see the word environment – the t is on the second line.

Susan · Jun 30th, 2015

Resource Updates

  • Distribute these role cards to your students to assist them in performing their reciprocal teaching role during reading groups. The reciprocal teaching roles explained on the cards include:

    • the questioner
    • the clarifier
    • the predictor
    • the summariser.
    Check out our blog for hints and tips on how to set up guided reading in the classroom.

    by Stephanie (Teach Starter) Jun 20th, 2017

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