Lesson Plan February 13, 2019

Sourcing Our Stuff: Exploring Ethics in Clothing, Accessories, and Food


Essential Questions:

1.  How are we connected with the food, apparel and stuff we consume? Who makes our “stuff”? How has this changed over time?

2. How can we affect positive change by embracing our roles as local and global citizens?

Warm-up: Identifying global connectedness in our lives.

Introducing the Lesson: Considering global production and ethical consumption in relation to SDGs 8 and 12.

Activity 1: Illustrating global production patterns through a 3-D globe model.

Activity 2: Assessing your place and calling others to action.

Extension Activities:

1. Writing about how journalism can effectively persuade

2. Researching solutions to problems in ethical consumption




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