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As part of the World's Largest Lesson last week, I had the opportunity to plan and deliver some workshops on the Sustainable Development Goals to some of the older students at Helping Hands, Cambodia. We started on Thursday by the students discussing their wish list as Secretary General of the U.N. They discussed the importance of reducing poverty, improving access to rural areas with better roads and also clean water.

October 3, 2017

 

The students started to find out more about the SDGs by completing a dominoes activity - matching the goal to its definition. 

Finding out about the background to the SDGs by completing a True or False task. 

Teaching barefoot - again. Students working hard on the task to find out more to help with their persuasive writing later. 

Which goal is most important to you? Making decisions on the most important goals and getting ready to justify their reasons. 

Listening to Prince Ea, Dear Future Generation, to help the students think about writing a powerful message. Eyes closed to help focus on the words before reading together. 

 

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