South Africa
Solar-wise method of cooking
Posted by Pitlochry Primary, South Africa on 18 February 2020

The climate change lesson was conducted in a less technical manner and was made easy for learners to comprehend the information that was being taught, the lesson that was taught was fundamental and essential for learners to know the impacts of increasing use of more fossil fuel which releases greenhouse gasses that causes climate change, learners were more engaged and understood the information that was taught & were more excited in making their own solar oven that they will use to cook on. This lesson had an impacts on learners since they know the effect of extreme weather events that is caused by climate change.

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