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Comparing Renewables: U.S. vs. Global Energy Use

Media literacy and critical thinking activity in which students decode graphs for messages about how the use of renewable energy sources can help to reduce human vulnerability to climate change.

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Playlist: Global Studies
Unit: Energy Sources
Kit: Media Constructions of Sustainability: Middle School
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Resource Details

Relevant Subject Area(s)

Math, Physical Sciences, Environmental Studies, Global Studies, Economics, ELA/English Language Arts

Grade Level(s)

Middle School

Media Type(s)



Sox Sperry

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Resource Standard Common Core ELA Strand
Reading For Science and Technical Subjects (RST), Writing-History Science and Technical Subjects (WHST)