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    • LESSON PLAN GEOGRAPHY: Title: Observing the Weather from the Ocean – Buoy oh Buoy Weather Observations

      Marine Institute (Marine Institute, 2022)
      The aim of the lesson plans and activities is to help children develop their geographical investigating skills relating to weather observation. The lesson plans and work sheets are cross curricular covering geography, english and art. They are suited for 4th – 6th Class. Learn about the weather buoy network that monitor the weather in Ireland. This lesson plan includes three activity sheets, including a collage template.
    • Lesson Plan Geography: Observing the Weather

      Marine Institute (Marine Institute, 2022)
      The aim of the lesson plans and activities is to help children develop their geographical investigating skills relating to weather observation. The lesson plans and work sheets are cross curricular covering geography, english and art. They are suited for 4th – 6th Class. In these activities, children will make weather badges, learn about Irish weather, and weather around the world, including the influence the ocean currents have on it. This lesson plan has four worksheets involved.
    • S.P.H.E Lesson Plan: Understanding the Effects of Climate Change

      Dromgool-Regan, Cushla (Marine Institute, 2022)
      In this lesson plan, children will learn about the different impacts climate change has on different regions. They will learn how it is affecting the ocean and how this impacts people around the world through research, as well as what people around the world are doing to combat it. This lesson is suitable for 5th to 6th Class.
    • S.P.H.E Lesson Plan: Developing the 9 Rs for the Ocean

      Dromgool-Regan, Cushla (Marine Institute, 2022)
      Through this lesson plan, children learn more about the impacts of climate change on humans and the ocean, and how these are linked. By doing a survey and creating a poster on the 9 R’s, the children will decide on positive actions they and their communities can do to lesson the impact of climate change. This lesson is suitable for 4th to 6th Class.
    • S.P.H.E Lesson: All About Me and the Sea

      Dromgool-Regan, Cushla (Marine Institute, 2022)
      In this lesson plan, children develop their ideas about who they are and what they value, and how this links to them caring for the environment and the ocean. The children will use photos and images to create a portfolio highlighting what they love about the ocean. This lesson plan includes a work sheet and is suitable for 3rd to 6th Class
    • Creative Writing – Planning an Ocean Superhero Story

      Marine Institute (Marine Institute, 2022)
      The aim of the lesson plan is for the children to use their imagination and create a story about a super-hero that needs the children’s help with solving problems that climate change is causing around the world (e.g. effects on the animals in the ocean etc). The planning session and sheets will provide the children the skills to brainstorm and develop their ideas about a superhero, the super heroes super-powers and how the children can work together to care for our ocean. This lesson is suitable for 4th to 6th Class and includes a story planning sheet (separate document).
    • English 4th to 6th Class, Creative Writing. Creating Dialogue: Superhero Characters Save the Ocean

      Marine Institute (Marine Institute, 2022)
      The aim of the lesson plan is for the children to develop ideas and discuss how climate change is affecting the ocean. They will then establish the conversations that characters will have to help tell their story. The children will work in pairs or teams to develop dialogue for a creative story of how their superhero battles against a Climate Change villain. This lesson plan is suitable for 4th to 6th Class.
    • English 4th to 6th Class: Developing Writing Styles - Using Paragraphs to Create an Ocean Superhero

      Marine Institute (Marine Institute, 2022)
      In this lesson children will learn about different kinds of writing styles such as explanatory, descriptive, and persuasive as they write about an Ocean Hero or hero that inspires them and through this learn more about climate change and the ocean. This lesson is suitable for 4th to 6th Class.
    • Explorers Ocean Champions School Awards: School Projects and Awards Teacher Handbook

      Dromgool-Regan, Cushla; Crowley, Danielle (Marine Institute, 2022)
      The Explorers Ocean Champions School Project provides, teachers and children with the tools to develop their own collaborative school project within their school and community. With support and guidance provided by the Explorers outreach team, the aim is to inspire children to become marine leaders and ocean champions.
    • Mind Map and Word Wall – Climate Change and the Ocean

      Dromgool-Regan, Cushla (Marine Institute, 2022)
      In this lesson children will learn about climate change and its impact on the ocean through learning about the words associated with climate change. This lesson is suitable for 4th to 6th Class.
    • Explorers The Good, The Bad + The Ugly Teacher Guide and Lesson Plans

      Dromgool-Regan, Cushla (Marine Institute, 2022-10)
      The Explorers The Good, The Bad + The Ugly Teacher Guide and Lesson Plans introduces teachers to the module and provides them with space to plan lessons for their class to accompany it
    • Explorers The Good, The Bad + The Ugly: The Ugliest of the Them All Poster

      Dromgool-Regan, Cushla (Marine Institute, 2022-10)
      Explorers The Good, The Bad + The Ugly: The Ugliest of Them All Poster displays the most ugly thing in the sea: plastic pollution
    • Explorers The Good, The Bad + The Ugly: Ocean Species and Zones Poster

      Dromgool-Regan, Cushla (Marine Institute, 2022-10)
      Explorers The Good, The Bad + The Ugly Ocean Species and Zones Poster shows the different species that live in the different ocean zones
    • The Good, The Bad + The Ugly: How Deep is the Ocean Around Ireland? Poster

      Dromgool-Regan, Cushla (Marine Institute, 2022-10)
      Explorers The Good, The Bad + The Ugly How Deep is the Ocean Around Ireland? Poster visualises the depth of the ocean surrounding Ireland
    • The Good, The Bad + The Ugly: Ocean Depths Compared to Mountains Poster

      Dromgool-Regan, Cushla (Marine Institute, 2022-10)
      Explorers The Good, The Bad + The Ugly: Ocean Depths Compared to Mountains Poster puts the depths of the oceans in context by placing them next to mountains
    • The Good, The Bad + The Ugly: Ocean Basins Poster

      Dromgool-Regan, Cushla (Marine Institute, 2022-10)
      Explorers The Good, The Bad + The Ugly: Ocean Basins Poster illustrates the major ocean basins
    • The Good, The Bad + The Ugly: The Greatest Explorers Poster

      Dromgool-Regan, Cushla (Marine Institute, 2022-10)
      Explorers The Good, The Bad + The Ugly: The Greatest Explorers Poster introduces the class to the great explorers of the mountains and sea
    • The Good, The Bad + The Ugly: The Art of Persuasion - Plan and Persuade to the Ends of the Earth

      Dromgool-Regan, Cushla (Marine Institute, 2022-10)
      Learn more about the Great Explorers of space, mountains and the deep-sea and develop Creativity & imagination, Critical thinking & problem solving, Communication, and Collaboration skills. This lesson ties in with English (Myself/Stories) but can be linked with science.
    • The Good, The Bad + The Ugly: Creating Super Slime - Hagfish Delight & Design a Slime Suit

      Dromgool-Regan, Cushla (Marine Institute, 2022-10)
      Learn about species that create slime, making slime and the exploration of slime and fashion, developing Critical thinking & problem solving, Creativity, Communication & collaboration skills. This lesson ties in with Science and Art (Materials) but can be linked with maths and English.
    • The Good, The Bad + The Ugly: Deep-Sea Calculations - Maths Conundrums

      Dromgool-Regan, Cushla (Marine Institute, 2022-10)
      Learn more about coding and technology and build critical thinking and problem solving skills. This lesson ties in with Maths (Data) but can be linked to English.