Environmental and social issues
In pairs, write down all the
environmental and social issues you
can think of relating to food?
For example: battery farming and
•Understand the main environmental
and social issues we face today
•Research one specific issue.
•Class discussion of on the issues
•Thorough research on one issue
Level Up to C All students will:
•Complete a mind map of some of the current social and environmental issues
•Try to produce well presented work.
•Research the issue you find the most interesting to produce simple power point slides.
Level B - A Most students will:
•Complete a mind map of most of the current social and environmental issues
•Work independently when doing their research and will include all the relevant
information from the task sheet.
Level A* - Some students will:
•Work independently when doing their research and produce detailed and descriptive
power point slides.
Produce a power point presentation and a fact sheet
on one of the issues raised in class.
This must include:
– Name of issue
– Description of what this issue means
– What affect it has on the environment and on people locally,
nationally and worldwide
– What can we do to support or stop it
– Any other relevant information
This must be in your own words and not
cut and pasted from the Internet.
Stretch and challenge
Make sure your fact sheet has all the info
on it and your power point has key facts
that you can discuss with the class.
• On your mind map sheet write down
three facts that you have learnt today
about your issue.
• Tell the rest of the class one of your
Finish your power point