These questions are ideal for high school or college Environmental Science, or a science class with an environmental slant. They are open-ended, thought-provoking discussion questions.
I have used these in a carousel activity where students write a response and then move to the next question. I have also used them where students do a longer (2-5 min free write response to on question and then think-pair-share, or share their responses with the group). These questions are good for assessing prior knowledge and introducing topics. They could be used individually at the start or end of a unit, or the start or end of a course.
These are in PowerPoint format now, but are not editable.
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