About the Movement
Take 3 believes in simple actions to address complex problems.
Plastic is a material designed to last forever that we often use only once. Poorly managed plastic leaks into the sea. The ocean is downhill from everywhere. Wherever we are, we are connected to the sea. The ocean provides us with the oxygen we breathe and the climate that sustains us. We need a healthy ocean for our own survival.
So how can we stop plastic pollution from killing wildlife and suffocating our planet?
Take 3 pieces of rubbish with you when you leave the beach, waterway or …anywhere, and you have made a difference.
About Project-based Learning
This unit is designed to guide students using a Project-based Learning (PBL) approach. These Years 7 to 10 lessons are best used in Humanities/SOSE or Science classes, but could also provide integrated learning opportunities across curriculum areas such as English, Design & Technologies and the Arts. Each lesson can also be used individually.
In PBL students work collaboratively to investigate and respond to an engaging question, problem or challenge that is based on a real-world setting or scenario. Projects explored through a PBL approach typically have a longer time-frame than most other classroom tasks, usually stretching between one week and one term. Broadly, the stages of PBL are:
- Introduce a driving question
- Hold the entry event
- Develop the need to knows
- PBL time
- Debrief and reflection