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Even if you are not an educator, take a look at the free curriculum to spark your creativity – to get new ideas and make new decisions you can use to help shape an innovate to support a sustainable future.

Buy, Use, Toss? | Science & Social Studies Curriculum | Facing the Future | Preview and Buy Curriculum.

Buy, Use, Toss? is an interdisciplinary unit that includes ten fully-planned lessons. This unit is correlated with national science and social studies standards and will lead your students through an exploration of the system of producing and consuming goods that is called the materials economy. Students will learn about the five major steps of the materials economy; Extraction, Production, Distribution, Consumption, and Disposal. They will also be asked to analyze the sustainability of these steps, determining how consumption can benefit people, economies, and environments.

  • Grades: 9-12
  • Subjects: Science, Social Studies
  • Two-Week Curriculum Unit: 105 pages

 

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