Remember that at this stage, your team has decided some actions that can be done in your classroom and at school. But, what about at home? What actions can we do in order to save energy, recycle, reduce and reuse materials? Now, it is the turn to think about what can you do at home. If you need some ideas about what can you do to recycle at home, remember to visit the website 11 ideas for easier recycling at home.
So, as a final mission of this project we are going to add some more ideas to your padlet about recycling at home. When you finish your padlet, you will create a QR code with it to show why your campaign is the best to learn about the 3Rs. To generate your QR code, use a code generator using the URL of your padlet.
Your final product for this mission will be add some more ideas to your padlet about recycling. The 'Rubric to assess the project: 3Rs campaign' will guide you to know how to do a great job.
Resources and guides for this mission:
- Contents of your padlet
The padlet should include:
- Post about:
- Things that can be recycled and actions that you are going to do in your classroom.
- The recommendations you are going to make for the whole school to implement the 3Rs.
- The actions you can easily do at home to improve recycling, reusing, reducing and saving energy.
- You can also add a motto to make your campaign easier to remember:
- It has to be short and a good summary of your campaign.
- It has to be easy to remember.
- Ideas and tools
Some points you should consider to create a good padlet are:
- Clear and short messages in each post of your padlet.
- Good pictures in each post.
- Attractive design and three sections that can be clearly distinguished.
- Important to say why you think your campaign is going to be the best.
- The final post with your padlet and the QR code.
Your final product for this mission will be to create the post to include your padlet. These points can help you remember all the information we should include in your post.
- An explanation about the task.
- Embed the padlet with your QR code.
- The link to your Learning Diary.
- A short reflection about what you have learnt and how you have learnt it.
Don't forget to identify your post with the tag "Project: 3Rs campaign".
If you want, your teacher can spread your post using the Twitter account of the classroom. For that reason, you have to write down the tweet for the teacher. Remember:
- You can use 140 characters.
- Include the link to your post.
- Use the hashtag of the project: #projectrecycling
The 'Rubric to assess a tweet' will help you know how to do a great job.
Before posting your text, let's ask your colleagues to check your work and make suggestions, corrections. You have to do the same work with some of your mates' outcomes, too. Don't be afraid. Making mistakes is a good way to learn!