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Impact of ‘People Lifestyle’ on climate change:
Science articles are very much helpful for secondary science sub plans. It is bit difficult to find relevant, engaging and interesting articles on the internet. Also it is very time consuming process to prepare. Formatting online articles to fit a printed page can also be challenging task and can often waste time and paper. Most important is, it's often difficult to find articles that will engage your students. This is the right place to find right article resource! My science reading article is prepared with max. 3 pages which also covers questions for each student.
ARTICLE SUMMARY: In this article, students will learn about the carbon footprint, how people lifestyle affect the climate change. They will also learn about how we contribute to carbon footprint and various ways to reduce carbon footprint and thus green house gases. PLEASE CLICK THE PREVIEW and then zoom in to read a part of the article to see if this article is appropriate for your classes.
This resource also helps promote science literacy which is emphasized in many curriculums including NGSS and TEKS standards.
This article is professionally written and attractively designed that will grab your students' attention. Save time! This article with questions gives you a no-prep, ready to go printable right at your fingertips. An answer key is provided for the questions.
The great thing about this article is that it can be used for a variety of assignments if not used for a sub plan. There is a call for increased science literacy in classes, and a push to make science relevant to students. Engaging science articles are a good way to meet these needs.
(1) No prep sub plans that are easy to hand out and collect.
(2) In school suspension plans that are handy for those unexpected times.
(3) Independent work for early finishers.
(4) No prep extra credit assignment.
(5) Homework assignment.
(6) Warm up work for the beginning of class.
(7) Assign at the beginning of the week and take up at the end.
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