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Lesson Plans or Course Modules with an Earth Literacy and Sustainability Perspective

 


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 Course modules or lesson plans that include service-learning or civic engagement are in green, bold type
 
 

ESL/EAP World Languages

Name

Campus

Topic

   

Dorothy Avondstondt

Wolfson

1-Sustainability Research in ESL Level 5

1 1

 

 

2-Environment, Climate, an County in ESL Level 4

 

 

 

3-Eating Well-Food and Culture

3  

Graciela Anrrich

InterAmerican

1- Pronunciation - Everglades as the Topic

4 2

 

 

2- Pronunciation - Sustainability as Topic

5  

Salma Bustamante

InterAmerican

1-Language Diversity and Biodiversity

6 3

 

 

2- Genetically Modified Foods

7  

 

 

3-New Plants- GMOs and World Hunger

8  

Ana Maria Cepero

 

1-Language Diversity and Biodiversity

9 4

 

 

2- Sea Level Rise

10  

 

 

3-Vital links Between the Amazon Rain forest Global Warming and You

11  

Miranda Childe

Wolfson

1- Water Ethic

12 5

Ellyn Cote

InterAmerican

CTD Precautionary Principle

13 6

 

InterAmerican

2-Appreciation for Different Cultures

14  
   

3-Health and Built Environment

15

 
   

4-Rising Seas, Imperiled Cities

16

 
   

5- Climate Change

17

 
   

6-Native American Ecospirituality

18

 

Maria Coto

InterAmerican

1- Discovering the Everglades

19 7

 

 

2-Saying Goodbye to Polystyrene

20  

 

 

3- Toward Sustainability: One Step at a Time- Water

21  
    4-Water Facts-An Expository Essay 22  

Irasema Fernandez

Wolfson

1-Exploring Diversity

23 8

Franklin Elsea

IAC

 

1-How Human Activity Impacts the Environment

24

9

2-Everglades and Saltwater Intrusion

25

 
3-The Building Makes Me Sick 26  
4-Invasive and Native Plants 27  
5-Burn Baby Burn - A Fire Dependent Habitat 28  

 

  6-How Hot Can This Greenhouse Get: Carbon Dioxide Emissions and Humanity's Role 29  
Pradel Frank

 

Wolfson

 

1-Invasive and Indigenous Species

30

10

2-Understanding The Everglades

31

 

Racquel Fundora

 

 

InterAmerican

 

 

1-How Green Are You?

32 11
2-Bottled Water 33  

3-Climate Change      Climate Change Handout

34  

4-Water Conservation

35  

5-Climate Change and Our Carbon Footprint

36  

6-Pine Rocklands Lesson

37  

 

  7- Seeing Systems: Recycling 38  

 

  8-What Is Your Carbon Footprint 39  

 

  9-Carbon Footprint Action Semester 40  

 

  10- Exploring the Earth Charter 41  

 

  11-Earth Charter and Change Making 42  

Catherine Hanus-Zank

Kendall

1-Students’ Awareness of Environmental Issues

43 12

Kelly Isern

North

1-EAP - Theme Based Reading and Writing Exploring Green Issues

44 13

 

 

2-Sustainability Green Living

45  
   

3-Sustainable Education, "We Are One"

46

 

Rolalie Kolesar

IAC

1-History of the Lighthouse and Park after Hurricane Andrew

47 14

 

 

2- Recycling

48  

Carol Krech

Wolfson

1-Incorporating Green Studies Immersion into my EAP Curriculum

49 15

 

 

2- Waste to Energy Plant Assignments

50  

 

 

3- Native Plants

51  
   

4-Upcycling

52  
   

5-Reconnecting With Earth

53

 
   

6-Reconnecting With Earth - Gratitude

54

 
   

7-How Healthy Are We_ How Healthy is Our Planet

55

 

Walter Kozloski

North

1-Conditional Tense and Environmental Sustainability

56 16
   

2- Water Ethics and Everglades

57

 
   

3-Dying Sea grass and Yellow Fog Signal Trouble For Florida Bay

58

 
   

4-Environmental Sustainability As A Lens For Learning Effective Written Communication

59

 

Maureen McCarthy

Wolfson

1- Endangered Languages
        Related Article

60 17

 

 

2-US Nations Parks

61  

 

 

3-The Great Plastic Garbage Patch

62  

David McGuirk

IAC

1-Water Ethic

63 18
Samms McKnight North 1-Interrelatedness 64 19
    2-Engaging with the Earth Charter 65  
    3-Connecting People and Planet 66  
Patricia Nation Wolfson 1-Earth Charter and Climate Change 67 20
 Yane Nemeroff Hialeah 1-Walk a Mile In My Shoes 68 21
    2- Combating Structural Violence 69  
Margarita Orro North 1- Ecotourism Sustainability Development 70 22

 

 

2- Into The Future

71  

Leon Palombo

North

1- Disappearing Animals

72 23

 

 

2- Global Awareness/Multicultural Diversity

73  

Janis Perez

Kendall

1-American Values - History of Proliferation of Cars in America

74 24

Ileana Porges-West

Hialeah

1-Visit to Fairchild Tropical Garden

75 25

2-Food, Its Consumption and Production

76  

3-EAP1620 Key Biscayne Immersion

77  
4-Nuclear Power 78  

5-Interdisciplinary Studies - Water Ethic

79  

 

 

6- Seeing Systems

80  

 

 

7- Change Making Skills

81  

Anouchka Rachelson

 

.

 

Kendall

 

 

1-The Cycle of Consumer Goods - "The Story of Stuff"

82 26

2-Reflecting on the Earth Charter - The Impacts of Global Climate Change

83  

3-Water Issues in Florida

84  

4-Fostering Sustainable Behavior

85  

5- Water and the Florida Everglades

86  

6-Mangrove Ecology

87  

7-Saving Languages to Save the Planet

88  

8- Element of Water in Poetry

89

 
9-Bottle Battle: The Green Five Applied 90  
10-The Natural Step: Principles for a Sustainable Society 91  
11-The Pine Rockland Reading Adventure 92  

 

 

12-Why is Cheap Food Expensive

93  

 

 

13-Impact of a Vegan Diet

94  

 

 

14- The Deering Estate - History and Ecology

95  

Myra Redman

Medical

1-Green Line Lesson Plan

96 27

Penelope Roache

InterAmerican

 

1- Plastic Pollution

97 28

2- Increasing Awareness of the Everglades

98  

3- Invasive Exotics

99  

4- Plastic Bags

100  

5- How Much Water Do You Use, ESL Level 3

101  

 

 

6- Deforestation in Haiti 102  

Helen Roland

Kendall

1-The Mysterious Case of the CSA

103 29

 

 

2-Seeing Systems: Water and Peace

104  

 

 

3-Reconnecting With Earth

105  

 

 

4- The Earth Charter. Values and Principles

106  

 

 

5-Impact of Food on the Environment

107  

Paula Sanchez

Kendall

1-Curbside Recycling in Miami Dade County

108 30

2-State of Our Oceans

109  

 

 

3-The Atala and the Coontie

110  
   

4- The Role of the Humble Seagrape

111

 
   

5-Empathy

112

 
   

6-Wangari Maathai--Power of One

113

 

 

 

7-Biscayne Bay and the Tragedy of the Commons

114  

 

 

8- Using Natures Genius To Solve Our Problems

115  

 

 

9-Virginia Key and Civil Disobedience 116  

 

 

10-The Cost of Perfection 117  

Angela Santos

Hialeah

1-Language Diversity

118 31

 

 

2-Staying Health

119  

Schuemann Cynthia

 

1-Kampong Field Trip Summary

120 32

Roy Schwab and
Brad Stocker

Kendall

1-New Environments for ESL Students

121 33
34

2-Intensive ESOL Class Visits Amistad

122

3-Shark Valley - Florida Everglades

123

4-Pineland Restoration Field Trip

124

Brad Stocker

Kendall

1-The Earth Charter Lesson Principle 2

125 35

America Vazquez

InterAmerican

1-The Yanomami

126 36

 

 

2- Polar Bears and Climate Change

127  

 

 

3-The Carribbean and Climate

128  

Renee Zelden

Hialeah

1-Water and Plastic Bottle Pollution

129 37
Total  

 

129

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