In this unit: students (and teachers) will explore the role of plastic pollution in our oceans. Targeting Goal 14 (Life Below Water) of the UN's Sustainable Development Goals, this unit helps students see how their own use of single use plastics and synthetic fabrics can affect sea life. From background information to plans to initiate a change, this unit has all you need!
This unit is designed to last between 13 and 15 class days. Go at your own pace, if some things take a day longer, no problem! You can just add a little time on at the end. Take it one step further by doing an outreach in your community!
Mar de plástico is unit 9 of the Huellas 2 curriculum from Somewhere to Share. It also works well as a stand-alone unit.
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