Sustaining Our World Unit Plan

Teach Starter Publishing
11 x lessons | Suitable for years: 4

This Geography unit addresses concepts surrounding the sustainable use and management of natural resources.

It consists of 10 lessons of approximately 60 minutes duration.

The sequence of lessons and suggested time frames should be regarded as a guide only; teachers should pace lessons in accordance with the individual learning needs of their class.

An assessment task for monitoring student understanding of the unit objectives is included and will require an additional lesson.

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  • Stephanie (Teach Starter)
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    Thank you for your lovely feedback, Paul! I'm so glad that you and your students are enjoying exploring this important topic. Have a great day!

  • Paul Willey
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    What a great unit! It's so easy to follow and to use! Keep 'em coming!

    • Brittany Collins
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      So glad you are enjoying it! :)

  • Petina Moore
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    LOVE! LOVE! LOVE! your unit plans, they help me out immensely when I am time poor. So thankful to have found this site. One item I would like to see added to them is an assessment rubric. Please, please could there be an assessment rubric to go these amazing unit plans.

    • Stephanie (Teach Starter)
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      Hi there Petina, thank you so much for your positive feedback. Our units are written with time-poor teachers in mind, as it is our goal to help our members with the day-to-day stresses of teaching as much as possible! That being said, we don’t currently provide rubrics for our assessment tasks. As I’m sure you would understand, all schools are extremely different in the manner in which student understanding is assessed, recorded and reported and we cannot possibly create a rubric that would suit everyone. This is an issue that comes up quite frequently though, so it may be that we investigate the possibility of creating generic rubrics further in the future. Have a great week!