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Welcome to the wiki resource site for the book-in-progress: Teaching Climate Change to Adolescents: Reading, Writing, and Making a Difference by Richard Beach, Jeff Share, and Allen Webb

 

The purpose of the book, Teaching Climate Change to Adolescents: Reading, Writing, and Making a Difference, published by Routledge Press and co-distributed by the National Council of Teachers of English, is to provide English language arts (ELA) teachers with pedagogy, frameworks, resources, lessons, and activities for engaging with issues and aspects of climate change through literature, composition, speaking/listening, and media/digital literacy units. 

 

All royalties for this book are contributed to the Alliance for Climate Education; see their Our Climate Our Future curriculum.

 

Check out our ETCCC. (English Teachers Concerned about Climate Change) blog and a resource site for teaching climate change in English language arts.

 

Also listen an interview with the authors on an EdTalkRadio show about this book.

 

For the book's Table of Contents see the Sidebar to the right. Click on each chapter, for links to sites and resources, class activities and units, and further reading related to the topics in these chapters. To search for content, go to the Search box in the upper right corner.

 

To add links, activities or units, or further readings within each chapter

 

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