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Turning Learning into Action

This resource from World's Largest Lesson consists of eight steps to help students learn about and understand their community and examine which of the Sustainable Development Goals links to an important issue for change for their community, whether that be Climate Action, affordable and clean energy or responsible consumption. Students will then put these findings and learning into action by creating their very own change project.


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A drawing of children picking up rubbish from a beach, with a description of the time required and age range for the lesson and a logo of the World

Teacher rating:

  • 7-11 year olds
  • Subject links: Geography
  • SDGs 12, 13
  • 4/5 for practical action
  • 4/5 for youth-led



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