Lesson 2: Let's make every day World Environment Day.                                          Join us with your students to explore the importance of environmental conservation, looking particularly at the food we eat and the food we waste. We'll use interactive activities to learn about the UN Sustainable Development Goals and contributions from the website. Let's make a positive impact together!                                                                                              Recommended Age: 9+
Level: A2+
Materials needed: Good internet connection, projector/ IWB, speakers. A student worksheet with a short pre-lesson task will be emailed to you the week before the lesson.
We recommend you nominate one student to act as your class voice and type your answers into the chat box. 

Choose the best time for your students and then register your class.

Session 1: Thursday 15th June 08:00 UK time


Session 2: Thursday 15th June 17:30 UK time



Changing the world from our classrooms

Changing the world from our classrooms is our exciting new series of live online lessons for students. Each lesson will focus on a different area of the key global theme of sustainability and will target different age groups and levels of English. Lessons are open to students around the world*, whatever coursebook they are using.

All our live online lessons will be run by Harry Waters. Harry has been deeply involved with ELT for years and has been working as a trainer for global online classes for the last two years. He is a passionate teacher trainer and a trustee for the British charity Kids Against Plastic. He describes himself as an imperfect environmentalist with a love of flags and funky second-hand shirts. He is also our ambassador for Change Makers.

After Lesson 2 in June, Harry will be back in the autumn with more activities and ideas to inspire your students to take positive action today to create a better tomorrow.

Each live lesson will last 45 minutes and will be delivered via Zoom.


* We regret that we are currently unable to accept registrations from Belarus, Russia, any of the occupied regions of Ukraine or North Korea.