Alba spends her days collecting precious items that make their way to the ocean floor. But over time, Alba’s underwater home changes and becomes polluted with litter. This beautifully illustrated text tells the story of a little fish and how she helped to save her home: the coral reef. To extend pupils’ understanding of plastic pollution, this unit uses the additional text, ‘A Planet Full of Plastic’. This insightful non-fiction text explains how plastic was invented, why it doesn’t biodegrade and how this can be dangerous for humans and animals.
The unit of work explores a thematic approach to teaching languages and although mainly focuses on the ‘Languages, Literacy and Communication’ AoLE, it does have suggested links to the other five AoLEs. Comprising 15 sessions, the units allow for a flexible teaching approach designed to meet the interests and needs of your pupils.
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