Earth Day Speech

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Lesson 1 : Our Planet Earth ## Put” You will Learn” (Lesson Objectives) Let’s do (Activity 1) ## Introductory activity should relate the points discussed in the chapter. Please include a section that will let student to understand about the chapter through the activity Take a ball and an orange and list out the minute differences between the two with regards to its shape. In this lesson we will be able to learn- About the features of the Earth. Some important facts about the earth. What are globes and maps? Types of maps. Looking after our planet. ## Put in “You will Learn” section ## Keep the introduction short, involving and brief Our Earth is a beautiful planet. It is the only planet with life. But with the increasing population…show more content…
And why do we celebrate the Earth day? Earth Day is celebrated every year on April 22. It is celebrated , to make people aware of the importance of keeping our planet healthy and clean. On this day, people make promises to help the environment and make positive changes in their community. The very first Earth Day was celebrated on April 22, 1970. This day was started by American Senator, Gaylord Nelson. Activity 2 Let your teacher divide your class into four groups and each group can choose one topic each from those given below. Make posters on the topic that you have chosen and write a suitable SLOGAN for your poster. Use the poster made by your group to campaign in support of The Earth day. • Strive to be Toxics Free: Make your own green cleaners • Use Resources Sustainably: Organize a school-wide Swap Meet to reuse items, or a Walk & Bike to School Day • Create Green & Healthy Schoolyards, Serve Healthy Food: Create a container garden, conduct an organic food taste test • Teach, Learn, Engage: Create and distribute a petition to eliminate the use of plastic bags in your community This is the view of the Earth from Apollo 11 Earth - A unique…show more content…
 A globe presents a less deformed view as it is round in shape. This is a globe. Globes are of different types. You have already read about directions in class IV. Can you identify these directions? Label this figure. Maps Exact location and feature of a land form can be studied through maps. Map is a representation of the earth on a flat surface. Maps help us to get information about mountains, plains, rivers, valleys etc. A book that has a collection of maps is called an Atlas.  A map gives a two dimensional presentation of certain regions in the world.  A map presents the physical features of a particular region of the earth on a plane surface.  A map is easy to use and portable whereas a globe is not. It is easier to identify regions in a map than in a globe.  When talking of accuracy, Maps may have wide gaps between regions that are not seen in globes.  A map presents a distorted view as it is flat. Types of Maps There are two types of maps. Physical and Political maps Physical map : A physical map displays geographical or the physical features of the earth such as rivers and mountains, plains
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