Awareness to Control Pollution

As we move forward in the 21st century, environmental pollution has become a significant issue that affects us all. Pollution refers to the presence or introduction of harmful substances into the environment that can cause damage to living organisms, disrupt natural systems, and negatively impact the quality of life.


In today’s world, the rise of pollution has caused numerous problems such as climate change, air pollution, water pollution, deforestation, and many others. To address this problem, it’s important to bring awareness to the issue and work towards finding solutions. This is where campaigns that focus on controlling pollution can be useful. By educating people about the dangers of pollution and what they can do to prevent it, we can create a more sustainable future for ourselves and future generations.

In this lesson plan, we will discuss how we can bring awareness to the problem of environmental pollution in our surroundings. The first step towards controlling pollution is to understand what it is and how it affects the environment. You can show students images of polluted areas and ask them to identify what’s wrong with the pictures. This can help them understand the severity of the problem and how it can impact the environment.

Next, you can organize students into groups and provide them with chart paper, colors, or crayons. Ask them to design catchy posters and write interesting slogans about the rise of pollution and how we are a part of this problem. Encourage them to suggest ways by which we can make a healthy planet for humans and animals. You can assist them by giving thought-provoking ideas for the slogans and posters. Once they’re done, take a walk with them in the playground where they can display their posters and create awareness among other students.

To consolidate the learning, you can include exercise questions from the textbook that relate to the same SLO. Choose 1-2 questions from your classwork exercises and save them for the test. Ask students to solve the remaining questions in pairs. After solving the exercise questions, revise the important points of the lesson from the explanation.

Finally, it’s time for the test. Choose only 1-2 questions from your classwork exercises and save them for the test. Do not give more than two questions, and ensure that the test does not last for more than ten minutes. If most students (around 50%) need help to correctly answer the questions given in the IP and Conclusion (test), use the last lesson of the week to revise the concept once again.


In conclusion, bringing awareness to pollution and working towards controlling it is crucial for a sustainable future. This lesson plan can help students understand the severity of the problem and encourage them to take action. By educating ourselves and others about the dangers of pollution and the ways to prevent it, we can create a cleaner, healthier environment for all.

Sualeha Anjum
Author: Sualeha Anjum

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