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Engaging Students in Conservation: Protecting the Endangered Snow Leopard

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Description

This interdisciplinary 1-2 week unit was developed in collaboration with the Snow Leopard Trust. It includes five dynamic lessons and culminates with a service learning project. The unit is designed for 5-8th grade students in science and social studies. Though the lessons are designed as a comprehensive unit, each lesson can stand alone.

Subject(s):

  • Science
  • Social Studies

Grade(s):

  • Elementary (K-5)
  • Middle School (6-8)

Topic(s):

  • Citizenship
  • Ecosystems
  • Human Environment Interactions

NAAEE Guidelines/Strand(s):

  • Strand 2.2: The Living Environment
  • Strand 2.4: The Environment & Society
  • Strand 3.1: Skills for Analyzing & Investigating Environmental Issues


Organization Information

Engaging Students in Conservation: Protecting the Endangered Snow Leopard

Facing the Future
1904 Third Ave., #510
Seattle, Washington
www.facingthefuture.org

Organization Type: Community Outreach Education

Contact:
Dave Wilton
Assistant Outreach Director
2062641503
dave@facingthefuture.org

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