Talking Rubbish KS3

Feel empowered by writing a speech that really can make a difference

Years: 7, 8, 9

Duration: 120mins

Subjects: English, Science


Resource Overview

An English lesson where pupils will compare linear and circular economies, particularly in relation to single-use plastic, pollution and climate change. They will then write and deliver a speech aimed at encouraging businesses and local councils to move towards circular economies and build in systems such as a Deposit Return Scheme to capture plastic waste. Resources created by us for Surfers Against Sewage who kindly gave us permission to share them here.


Resource Assets

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Talking Rubbish Lesson Plan KS3

Everything you need to know to plan and deliver your lesson.

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Talking Rubbish Presentation KS3

A PowerPoint presentation to bring your lesson to life.

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Talking Rubbish Simple Steps to Success KS3

A worksheet to help your pupils become experts at public speaking.

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Talking Rubbish Plastic Straws Lifecycle

A worksheet following the possible lifecycle of plastic straws.

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Talking Rubbish Linear Economy Worksheet Part 1

An activity to illustrate the concept of a linear economy.

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Talking Rubbish Linear Economy Worksheet Part 2

An activity to illustrate the concept of a linear economy.

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Talking Rubbish Circular Economies Worksheet Part 1

An activity to illustrate the concept of a circular economy.

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Talking Rubbish Circular Economies Worksheet Part 2

An activity to illustrate the concept of a circular economy.

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Talking Rubbish Circular Economies Worksheet Part 3

An activity to illustrate the concept of a circular economy.