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SUITABLE FOR: Students aged 12 and above

ESTIMATED TIME: approximately 1 hour (or longer if you choose to include some of the optional additions).

SUBJECTS: [Climate Call / country-specific name] can be used in a wide range of subjects, such as science, technology, engineering, mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, geography, and social science. The game is also suitable for cross-curricular exercises.

GOAL: Students gain an increased understanding of the climate issue and how various products and services that we consume in our daily lives impact the climate.

MATERIALS AND TOOLS: You need the [Climate Call / country-specific name] card game and the slideshow [“Introduction to the game and climate change  / country specific name”] to guide the students through the lesson. We suggest that you familiarize yourself with the rules of the game before the lesson, so that you can help the students if questions arise.

1.   Go through the slideshow [Introduction to the game and climate change / Country-specific name of the slideshow]

The slideshow (see the button below) allows you to…

      • capture the students’ thoughts and feelings about climate change
      • provide a brief introduction to the climate issue
      • introduce the [Climate Call / country-specific name] card game and the rules of the game


2.   Play the game

        a) Classic version: Follow the instructions in the slideshow.

        b) Collaborative version (optional): Each group (consisting of two teams) takes turns drawing a card from the deck and collectively decides where to place the card on the emissions line. Which group can successfully place the most cards before they make two mistakes?

3.   Classroom reflection

Let the whole class reflect on thoughts and questions that arose during the game.

4.   Positive trends

End the lesson by showcasing a few real-world examples from around the globe (whether they are minor or major, local or distant) that demonstrate the ongoing climate transition. Let the students also contribute with positive examples. 


5.   Explore key topics in detail…

In the slideshow, there is a brief overview of the carbon cycle (and common misconceptions related to it) as well as a brief overview of sustainable lifestyles. These extra slides can be used as starting points for diving deeper into these topics.

6.   Do one or more exercises

Choose from our selection of cross-curricular and subject-specific exercises (click on the buttons below).