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Unicef - Global Goals Child Friendly Booklet

Added: 09 Aug 2016 Contributor: Scoilnet Resource type:

This is a guide to the Global Goals for children and young people.There is mini activities on each of the 17 Goals. Students can then reflect on all the Goals by exploring which Goal is the most important to them.

How it maps to the curriculum

SESE Geography

Strand: Environ. Awareness & Care

Strand unit: Caring for the environment

Content objective:
This resource should enable a child to:

  • come to appreciate individual, community and national responsibility for environmental care
  • examine a number of ways in which local and other environments could be improved or enhanced
  • identify and discuss a local, national or global environmental issue

Suggestions for use: Use the booklet to guide pupils on the Global Goals - Perform one Global Activity per day for 17 days, Discuss the issue and allow class contribution on discussing each Global Goal. See the Climate Action resources for more animated resources on Goal 13 Climate Action.

Meta information

  • Asset type: Document
  • Language: English
  • Rights: All rights reserved
  • Cost: No
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