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Recycling Powerpoint

Overall rating 4 out of 54.2 (15 ratings)

Last updated 21 March 2013, created 14 November 2006, viewed 43,754

A Powerpoint with sound on the theme of recycling. I made this a few years ago with my P7 class and hope it may be of general use within Citizenship/ecoschools theme

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I found this at 9 am, joined at 9:15 [TES please note that the country scroll bar is unusable for 'Georgia'- this wasted time] and had it downloaded by 9.20. Noticing that there were errors in the definitions of global warming and acid rain (cf comment below) I simply obtained correct simple definitions online and edited them into the PDF at the appropriate place ["The earth’s atmosphere is overheating because radiation from the sun is not being reflected back into space but is trapped near earth, causing strange weather patterns. ...Acid rain is damaging buildings, crop sand vegetation: rain gets mixed with undesirable and poisonous fumes from factories in the earth’s upper atmosphere "] and at 10:30 presented Moira's Powerpoint, intended for British Isles 9-10 year olds to a class of Georgian 12-13 year olds who have had this theme in their TEFL textbook. Splendid and much appreciated by the children. Will share with those who have internet access, home computer and email address (maybe 25% of them). Real education-real results. Congratulations and many thanks indeed. Martin Bolnisi Georgia

from MoverleySmith, 21 March 2013
(report comment) 5 out of 5

Thank you this is great and has just saved me hours.

from let13, 13 March 2012
(report comment) 4 out of 5

thanks for that power point, just what I was looking for

from alijcgeach, 29 February 2012
(report comment) 5 out of 5

This powerpoint is scientifically wrong!! I know it is for kids and trying not to be too advanced, but you state that "the earth's atmosphere is overheating due to a hole in the ozone layer", and that this is also called the green house effect?! Both the ozone layer and acid rain are nothing to do with the greenhouse effect! Also, the hole in the Ozone layer was mostly caused by CFCs, the main effect was melting over Antarctica, and the emission of these is highly regulated now and the hole is almost closed up. So it is defnitely wrong to teach that this is what is causing global warming.

from ribemabean, 05 February 2012
(report comment) 1 out of 5

Thanks!

from MrsBourdon, 14 November 2011
(report comment) 4 out of 5
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