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Teacher instruction Milton and the cool green energy

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Teacher instruction
Author: M. D. Stromfeldt

Illustrations: Lykke B. Jørgin

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Teacher instruction: Leg med IT
Welcome to Milton and the 17 Global Goals and the book Milton and the cool green energy.
The material is aimed at schooling or for use at home.
We recommend that you get to know Milton and his friends in My name is Milton! Here, where students are introduced to Milton's universe.
In Milton and the cool green energy, students become acquainted with the UN's 17 Global Goals and take Milton on a trip to Greenland to learn about Global Goal 13 - Climate action.
The books are written for reading aloud in class or at home.
In the digital edition of the Milton Books, students can read the books, have the books read aloud and work on fun and exciting exercises for the story of Milton in Book Creator.

Students must:
- solve tasks by recording audio files
- solve tasks by recording video
- write or record text
- draw in the book with the magic drawing tool
- play flip games with Milton and his friends
- Collect puzzles with Milton and his friends
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Instruction page 10
In the introduction to the book Milton and the Cool Green Energy, Conrad, Milton and Amanda talk about the wild weather.

They talk about difficult words such as global warming, climate change, the greenhouse effect and about the UN's Global Goal 13 - Climate Action.

On page 10, students should make a drawing of the earth and the sun sending its rays toward the earth. It should help them understand how the sun heat the earth and how the atmosphere protects the earth.

Use the drawing on page 7 as a starting point.

In the Extra exercises in the student book, students can learn much more about the 17 Global Goals.