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Understanding Sustainability: Social Studies, Grades 9-12 - Curriculum Unit - PDF
Understanding Sustainability: Social Studies, Grades 9-12 - Curriculum Unit - PDF
Understanding Sustainability: A Social Studies Curriculum

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Help students visualize a sustainable future in both their local and global communities. This two-week unit outlines meaningful connections between economy, history, democracy, and sustainability, providing students with creative ideas and tools for action-based projects. Each lesson is aligned with National Council for the Social Studies curriculum standards for easy classroom integration. Students will:

  • Investigate sustainable and unsustainable societies in history and what led to their success or failure
  • Understand the negotiations between government, civic organizations, and private sectors regarding energy policy
  • Critically evaluate commercial messages that promote unsustainable, unhealthy behaviors

Subjects: Social Studies
Grades: 9-12

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Publisher Facing the Future
ISBN 9780981557717
Author Facing the Future
Price $4.99


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