Arbeitsblätter zum globalen Klimawandel

 

Germanwatch hat eine Serie von Arbeitsblättern zu verschiedenen Aspekten des globalen Klimawandels für den Schulunterricht entwickelt, davon sind einige auch in englischer Sprache verfügbar. Zielgruppe sind LehrerInnen und Bildungsakteure. Der Einsatz ist ab der Sekundarstufe II geeignet. Sie können die Arbeitsblätter kostenfrei herunterladen oder zum Preis von 3 bzw. 5 Euro (+ 2 Euro Versandkosten) bestellen. Weitere Informationen >>

Übersicht der Arbeitsblätter

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Publication
12/2018
SDG-Method Collection for intercultural ESD work
Method Sheets from the Empowerment for Climate Leadership Project (ECL)

From April 2017 to November 2018, the “Empowerment for Climate Leadership” project took place. Climate Action Network Tanzania (CAN Tanzania) and Germanwatch invited climate-active Indian, Tanzanian and German youths for exchanges and work on online modules – contextual focus was the empowerment of participants to contribute to their NGOs’ work for progress in the area of SDG implementation. A selection of the intercultural learning methods from the exchange seminars with the aim of a better access to the SDGs and their conveyance is presented here.

Publication
04/2015
Cover WS Chengdu Bonn

This worksheet begins with a general discussion of the effects of climate change for Germany and China, providing background material on the national contexts. Students are made aware that climate change not only affects the Global South, but that it is already affecting areas of life in all the geographical zones of the world. After this general introduction the focus shifts to the local level, the twin cities of Bonn and Chengdu, allowing students to understand the topic of climate change with reference to a specific, narrowly defined urban context.

Publication
02/2014
Cover Explanations
Introduction

These worksheets are suited for natural and social science lessons for upper secondary education (some also suitable for pupils from the tenth grade onwards). In addition to the general description of the interactions and causes, they address the possible effects of climate change, especially in their regional differentiation. It is important to look at the issue of “climate change” not only from an environmental point of view but also to include the development dimension and the question of equity. This is the focus of the worksheets and the corresponding materials by offering the opportunity to draw up different case studies from developing countries, which the pupils can use in the exercises.

Publication
02/2014
Cover General Issues
General issues

This teaching unit focuses on the causes and effects of climate change in general, and the issue of culprits and victims in particular. This basic module should allow the pupils to gain the basic knowledge for the following modules, which are conceived as case studies.

Publication
02/2014
Cover Glaciers
Glacial lake outburst floods in Nepal and Switzerland

This teaching module not only looks into the problem of glacial melting, but also at the still largely unknown consequences of this development, such as glacial lake outburst floods. Using two case studies, the pupils examine more closely the impacts on and options for action open to an industrialised country (Switzerland) and a developing country (Nepal).

Publication
02/2014
Cover Sea level rise
Consequences for coastal and lowland areas: Bangladesh and the Netherlands

With this teaching module, the school pupils are given the opportunity to compare and look at the effects of the phenomenon of climate change both in an industrialised and in a developing country.

Publication
02/2014
Cover Tuvalu
The threat of rising sea levels for the small island nation of Tuvalu

Using a specific case study, pupils learn about the direct consequences of climate change for the inhabitants of a Pacific island state. The teaching module provides general information about climate change as well as looking at an entirely different perspective.

Publication
02/2014
Cover Rainforests

The lesson modules below address an issue which will already be known to pupils from the lower secondary grades. Tropical rainforests play an important role time and again – and not only in geography lessons.

Publication
02/2014
Cover Food security
Trends and key challenges

The materials presented here give pupils the opportunity to work through the links between the areas of food security and global climate change. These connections, intensifying as they are in a world of increasing globalisation and constant change, are examined throughout the various regions and in a more detailed way.

Publication
02/2014
Cover Extreme events
Insurances for developing countries

These teaching materials provide school pupils with the chance to work independently through the thematic complex surrounding climate change and weather-related climatic events.

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Infos zu unseren Arbeitsblättern

Die "Arbeitsblätter zum globalen Klimawandel" sind für den natur- und gesellschaftswissenschaftlichen Unterricht in der Sekundarstufe II ausgelegt (teilweise auch ab der zehnten Jahrgangstufe geeignet). Neben der allgemeinen Beschreibung von Wirkungsweise und Ursachen thematisieren sie auch die möglichen Auswirkungen des Klimawandels, insbesondere in ihrer regionalen Differenzierung. Es ist wichtig, das Thema "Klimawandel" nicht nur unter umweltpolitischen Gesichtspunkten zu behandelt, sondern ebenso die entwicklungspolitische Dimension und die Frage der globalen Verteilungsgerechtigkeit mit einzubeziehen. Die Arbeitsblätter und die zugehörigen Materialien legen hierauf einen Schwerpunkt.

Zunächst werden in einem einführenden Arbeitsblatt mit dem Titel "Der globale Klimawandel – Allgemeine Fragen" allgemeine Fragen des Klimawandels betrachtet. Diese Fragen zielen auf die Ursachen, Verursacher, Folgen und mögliche Lösungen ab. In den sich daran anschließenden Fallbeispielen geht es gezielt um die Analyse der Ausgangssituationen von Industrie- und Entwicklungsländern und um die Frage, warum diese unterschiedlich vom Klimawandel betroffen sind.