Think Before You Start - Discuss
What does ‘single-use plastic’ mean?
Why do you think we use single-use plastics?Get the transcript
- What single-use plastics do you use, and could you use less?
- Why are single-use plastics a problem for the planet?
- How could you encourage other people to use less single-use plastic?
- What will the planet be like in the year 2050 if we don’t reduce plastic production and other pollution?
Key Words -
Can you use them in a sentence?
Single-Use Plastic: a disposable product designed to be used only once.
Pollution: when harmful or poisonous substances are present or introduced into the environment.
Be The Teacher -
Fix this broken sentence!
The biggist issue is that plastic takes century’s to brake down which is much longer than meny other materials
Write a short letter to ask the council about what happens to our recycled rubbish after it is picked up.
Create an abstract painting or sculpture to represent the damage single-use plastic is doing to the world.
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