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SUSTAINABLE CONSUMPTION
& CURRICULA



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How can you integrate sustainability issues into the class curricula? Which YXC contents can better be fitted in your class activities?

The table below visualises the way YXC main issues has been conceived to cross a wide range of teaching disciplines. Obviously, you are invited to personalise the table and decide what to address in your class, and build your own lesson!

YXC
Sustainability issues
1. Languages2.
Social studies
3.
Cultural studies
4.
Science & tech.
5. Economics
& biz
6.
Health & well-being
7. Workshops
GENERAL DATA        
agriculture X XXX 
industry X XX  
populationXXXXX  
sustainability NOWXXXXXXX
trade X XX  
wealth distribution X XX  
ENVIRONMENT   X   
air   X X 
animal welfare    XXX 
climate change   XXX 
energy X XX  
nature conservation XXXX  
waste X XXX 
water X XXX 
BASIC NEEDS       
educationXXX X  
nutrition XXXXX 
health X XXX 
housing XXXXXX
labour X  X  
OTHER NEEDS       
citizenship & peace XXXX X
culture & spiritualityXXX X X
media & communication XXXX X
science & technology XXXX X
sport & leisure XX XXX
transport X XX  
tourism X  X  

1. Languages: 1.1 Classic; 1.2 Foreign; 1.3 Local
2. Social studies: 2.1 Civics; 2.2 Geography; 2.3 History; 2.4 Moral education/Ethics; 2.5 Psychology; 2.6 Sociology
3. Cultural studies: 3.1 Anthropology; 3.2 Arts & crafts; 3.3 Communication; 3.4 Literature; 3.5 Local heritage; 3.6 Media literacy; 3.7 Politics
4. Science & technology: 4.1 Agronomics; 4.2 Biology; 4.3 Chemistry; 4.4 Ecology; 4.5 Informatics; 4.6 Mathematics; 4.7 Natural sciences*; 4.8 Physics
5. Economics & biz: 5.1 Economics; 5.2 Finance; 5.3 Management; 5.4 Marketing; 5.5 Statistics
6. Health & well-being: 6.1 Athletics; 6.2 Nutrition; 6.3 Sexual education
7. Workshops: 7.1 Arts education; 7.2 Home making; 7.3 ICT training

*Natural sciences: in some countries these include: 4.2; 4.3; 4.4; 4.8.
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