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Education for Sustainable Development and Citizenship Programme: Secondary

By Jonathan Hadley

The Education for Sustainable Development and Citizenship (ESDC) Programme is a Macmillan Education initiative whose vision is to design, deliver, and promote lessons, not only to develop students’ English skills, but also transform the world for the better.

Healthy pasta dish

A Healthy Diet: Secondary (A1+)—Education for Sustainable Development and Citizenship Programme

This lesson can help your students recognize healthy living as a balance of diet and exercise.

red mustang

Connections Among Nations: Secondary (A1+)—Education for Sustainable Development and Citizenship Programme

This lesson can help your students identify the interdependence of nations.

woman deciding between healthy and junk food

Controversial Topics: Secondary (A1+)—Education for Sustainable Development and Citizenship Programme

This lesson can help your students identify their own viewpoint with regards to a controversial topic.

Lemonade stand

Global Citizens: Secondary (A1+)—Education for Sustainable Development and Citizenship Programme

This lesson can help your students identify what it is to be a global citizen through specific examples.

Iceberg melting

Positive Action: Secondary (A1+)—Education for Sustainable Development and Citizenship Programme

This lesson can help your students identify and take positive action in their communities.

Family celebrating Kwanza

What Is Culture?: Secondary (A1+)—Education for Sustainable Development and Citizenship Programme

This lesson can help your students describe what culture is and what it means.

Boy living in camp

Controversial Issues: Secondary (A2)—Education for Sustainable Development and Citizenship Programme

This lesson can help your students critically examine opinions on a controversial issue, including their own.

Woman greeting

Global Cultures: Secondary (A2)—Education for Sustainable Development and Citizenship Programme

This lesson can help your students recognize different perspectives from a variety of global cultures.

Polar bears floating on ice

Global Institutions: Secondary (A2)—Education for Sustainable Development and Citizenship Programme

This lesson can help your students evaluate critical perspectives of global institutions.

Teenage boy helping an injured boy walk

Personal Complicity: Secondary (A2)—Education for Sustainable Development and Citizenship Programme

This lesson can help your students identify personal complicity in negative outcomes, both interpersonal and global.

Girl getting a vaccine

Responsibility for Health: Secondary (A2)—Education for Sustainable Development and Citizenship Programme

This lesson can help your students identify personal responsibility for health in their community.

United Nations flag

UN Ideals: Secondary (A2)—Education for Sustainable Development and Citizenship Programme

This lesson can help your students demonstrate understanding of the UN and some of its ideals.

tenage girl arguing with her father

Empathy: Secondary (B1)—Education for Sustainable Development and Citizenship Programme

This lesson can help your students show empathy with another’s perspective of the world.

Plane being loaded

Interdependence of Nations: Secondary (B1)—Education for Sustainable Development and Citizenship Programme

This lesson can help your students identify the interdependence of nations.

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Education for Sustainable Development and Citizenship Secondary (B1): Multifaceted Personalities

Help your students recognize multifaceted personal identities, including national and global ones.

African woman carrying water

Perpetuating Views of the World: Secondary (B1)—Education for Sustainable Development and Citizenship Programme

This lesson can help your students identify personal responsibility for perpetuating certain views of the world and critically examine these.

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Education for Sustainable Development and Citizenship Secondary (B1): Power Relationships

Help your students identify power relationships and different forms of power.

Irish band playing

Questioning Priorities: Secondary (B1)—Education for Sustainable Development and Citizenship Programme

This lesson can help your students question social or governmental priorities and articulate thier personal viewpoint.

Peaceful demonstration

Societal and Governmental Priorities: Secondary (B1)—Education for Sustainable Development and Citizenship Programme

This lesson can help your students recognize that societal and governmental priorities exist and that they can be questioned.