Thinkport, Maryland Public Television
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About Teaching Climate Literacy
Other materials addressing 2d
7.3 Environmental quality.
4.3 Fossil and bio fuels contain energy captured from sunlight.
2.5 Energy moves between reservoirs.
3.5 Ecosystems are affected by availability of energy..
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About the Science
- Brief and engaging introduction to the carbon cycle and how humans are part of the natural cycle.
- Comments from expert scientist: The content provided on carbon cycle is simple and accurate. It highlights the natural and anthropogenic components of the cycle.
About the Pedagogy
- There are multiple resources connected with this visualization, including background information, a printable note-taking page, recommendations for assessments, links to other resources, and additional ways to use the resource.
- This resource provides a mechanism by which students can connect science and history.
- Reviewers felt that it was also valuable in the context of the suite of learning activities in which it is embedded.
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