The Project presents new teaching materials Print

posobiya2017During the course of teaching materials for primary and secondary schools, the UNDP-GEF Project "Building energy efficiency in the North-West of Russia" has developed training materials to conduct homerooms on the subject "Fundamentals of energy saving" for the students of 5th–9th grades: workbook and teacher's guide.


metod_materialy_osnovy_EEThe publication of new textbooks will provide all stages of secondary education with the materials. Now every school that wants to organize the process of continuous education of students on energy conservation, will be able to use training program and materials created by the Project. The provision of extracurricular lessons according methodological materials will help to develop in students the right attitude to a culture of saving from an early age.


The use of teaching materials at the lessons on energy savings will help teachers to plan lessons properly and successfully implement a training course developed by the Project.


Rabochaya_tetrad_osnovy_EEThe training materials include a theoretical part, which will allow students to acquaint with new concepts, recommendations on conducting lessons, and a practical part, which includes a description of activities and tasks. Classes are developed for up to six cycles of three lessons each.


The workbook which is a part of teaching materials will help to provide students with new knowledge and concepts about:
- What is energy?
- How to save water?
- How to compare sources of light?
- How to make an apartment low energy?
- How to calculate the cost of electricity?


The workbook is filled in the classroom or as a homework and stored in the school. There is a table at the beginning of the workbook: "Your ecological footprint," which students fill out in each class, the ecological footprint is determined on-line via the website Also this table records information about topics of study and homework.


The materials are available to view or download on the official website of the Project in the section Publications. Workbooks can be obtained for free by sending a request to the email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it