Think Before You Start - Discuss
Do you think you use too much paper at school?
Why do you think some schools are going ‘paperless’?
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- Describe some uses of paper in your school.
- Is paper a good thing or not, and why?
- If your school went ‘paperless’, how would your school life and learning change?
- How could you reduce your own personal paper usage?
Key Words -
Can you use them in a sentence?
Paper: thin sheets made from squashed and crushed wood used for writing, drawing, printing on or wrapping things.
Reduction: making something smaller or less in amount.
Be The Teacher -
Fix this broken sentence!
Trees have too be cut down to make paper. the animals that live in the trees loose there homes
Write a comic strip with speech bubbles showing how to reduce paper use.
Draw a futuristic land where people use different ways of learning without paper.
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