This lesson aligns with Hawai’i’s Nā Hopena A'o HĀ-BREATH Framework.
Students should know that fossil fuels cause climate change. If they need to review the topic, they can watch the video What Are Fossil Fuels?
Teacher should preview the advertisements and articles, as well as the Teacher Answer Key, before the lesson.
This lesson can be paired with a rhetorical analysis lesson, like the lesson Logical Fallacies in Reef-Safe Sunscreen.
Tourism and climate change are directly related, and this lesson teaches students to spot rhetorical assertions in articles or other written content. They can then use these techniques to craft persuasive arguments about how air travel contributes to climate change and how to reduce Hawaii's tourism industry's carbon footprint while still protecting the environment. After carefully fact-checking all the instructional materials, this lesson has passed our science review process.
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