Do you Need a World Oceans Day Lesson?
Why World Oceans Day in Class?
Young learners are fascinated by the world around them, and no doubt they have their favourite sea creatures. Therefore it makes sense to bring this topic into your language classes. A reason for this is it will help motivate them to learn the target language as well as being an enjoyable experience for them. Furthermore, the world’s oceans are in crisis and one key reason for this is the amount of plastic that is ending up in the ocean. In addition, the oceans are vital to the future of the children in your classes, so it is important that you encourage them to treat them carefully. Therefore the first step to this is learning about them. Fortunately, it is very easy for individuals to start making a difference by reducing the amount of plastic they use and throw away.
The oceans are vital to the future of the children in your classes, so it is important that you encourage them to treat them carefully, and the first step to this is learning about them
What will you do in class?
Have you got planned a World Oceans Day lesson ready for June 8th? Here is a lesson on this important occasion for children B1 level and above. In it learners will:
- Learn about our oceans and how to protect them
- Learn the names of sea creatures
- Watch two short videos on the topic and answer questions.
Are you ready? Click on the presentation below and press > to go from page to page. Have fun!
Do you have a World Oceans Day lesson to mark this occasion in your class? If you have any ideas, share them in the comments or via the contact page!