||A short film explains how the climate crisis came about, what is at stake, and what solutions are available.|
|An interactive website invites people to explore the climate crisis. Depending on age and learning type, different paths can be chosen.|
|Extended materials for the simple design of climate workshops in the classroom will be available for download.|
|Climate experts come directly into the classroom via livestream!|
Stimulus for action
|Diverse impulses and ideas help to get into action.|
|Tasks and texts in simple language, technical terms are explained or paraphrased. Suitable for students from grade 3 to grade 6-8, depending on the type of school.|
|Students who are proficient with texts and familiar with basic terminology. Suitable for grades 6-10, depending on the type of school.|
|Students who are proficient in the use of scientific texts and have an extensive vocabulary. Suitable for grades 8-13, depending on school type.|
A short film explains how the climate crisis came about, what is at stake, and what solutions are available.
There are 2 films to choose from depending on age and level.
The film is designed for students in grades 3 to grade 8-10, depending on the type of school. It explains the core issues of climate change in simple language in an impressive and easy-to-understand way. However, the film also tells a story: each core topic is linked to a different character whose past, present or future experiences a twist due to the climate crisis. By associating physical and social contexts and processes with the characters in an exciting narrative, the facts are easy for students to comprehend and memorize.
CC BY-SA 4.0 - SchoolsForFuture.netFilm download
The animated film "The Climate Crisis in 8 Minutes" provides competent and compact answers to the pressing questions related to man-made climate change: How bad is it actually? And how much longer do we have? Who must act first - politics? The industry? We as consumers? Or maybe all at the same time? The film is suitable for all students in grades 11-13 who are interested in a fact- and number-based approach to the climate crisis using meaningful diagrams and graphics.
CC BY-SA 4.0 - Eva Maria Dreisiebner, Linz, AT, 2020 - www.777animation.comFilm download
An interactive website invites people to explore the climate crisis. Depending on age and learning type, different paths can be chosen.
On an interactive website, students can "click" their way independently through the essential background, facts and possible solutions to the climate crisis. Depending on the age group and learning type, differentiated learning paths open up. Questions at the beginning and end of the exploration module encourage reflection and action.Start
Below are teaching materials for ready-made lessons at different levels for subject teaching.
Climate experts come directly into the classroom via livestream!
The professional module is for all those who want to know more and would like to talk to climate experts. On some days of the action week, we will bring a professional into the livestream.
A class doesn't need to participate from the beginning to the end. It is possible to enter and leave at anytime.
Prof. Claudia Kemfert
Prof. Volker Quaschning
Dr. Karina von Schuckmann
Diverse impulses and ideas help to get into action.
As a specific action stimulus for self-efficacy, we would like to point to the projects We Vote Together and #vote4me.Download workshop ideas for schools from We Vote Together. Film download
Climate protection starts on the plate
Live workshop with ideas for action to take part in.Download the draft lesson plan
A workshop developed by the Writers For Future and We Vote Together.