Nuclear Apocalypse

Nuclear Apocalypse by Nikki Brueggeman (South Korea ETA)

Who’s ready for spring? In South Korea many of us certainly are, and March is when the weather starts to warm again, accompanied by a greening landscape and buds on the cherry trees!

To kick off March, this lesson is a secondary-level lesson from a second-year ETA at an all-girls high school. The lesson centers on critical thinking and reasoning by first posing the problem that a nuclear war will soon break out, and the students have to choose who will be able to seek refuge in a bunker. From a given list of people (like doctors, lawyers, teachers, and so on), students must pick eight to survive and then rebuild society after the apocalypse. In addition, the students must provide reasons for their decisions.

To download the materials for this lesson, click on the following links:

  1. PowerPoint
  2. Lesson Description
  3. Worksheet
  4. Name Cards

Check back next month for an Earth Day lesson!

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