Lesson 6 – Recognized the importance of reuse waste management Activity 1: What are the importance of reuse waste management. Objectives: 1. Explain the importance of reuse in waste management. 2. Understand the meaning of Reuse in waste management 3. Identify the Reuse materials in waste management What you need: Gift wrapper, paper bags, Wrapper, detergent bottle, Plastic bottle, leaves, Plastic Empty cans, Vegetables, Fruits peeling, Candy wrapper, Plastic bag, old clothes Tires, Empty boxes of medicine, and juice wrapper, What to do: Caution: be careful in handling the reusable waste and do not play with these materials. 1. Go to the working base assigned to each group. 2. Listen to the instruction given by the teacher. 3. When necessary, use hand gloves in handling materials in your base. 4. Identify the reusable waste that you found in each bases. 5. Know the importance of the reusable waste. 6. Record in your data chart all the reusable waste that you see in your base. 7. Present your output in class. Reusable waste Guide Questions: 1. What are the reusable wastes that found in your home? 2. What are the reusable materials commonly found in the public market? 3. What are the reusable wastes commonly found in the school? 4. Give an example of reusable materials? 5. It is important to reuse waste material? Why? 6. What insights did you gain in this activity? Remember these: REUSE=> Donate or sell re-usable items. Use both sides of paper and printing and re-use as scratch paper, gift wrapper, etc. Consider the potential life span or durability when buying new products. Buy durable food/storage containers and reuse them instead of using foil, plastic bags/wrap. Materials that can be reuse are empty cans, bottle of all sizes, cups plates, glasses, broken iron grills, wood parts of furniture, medicine vials, cosmetic bottle, and trays. The importance of reuse is to prevent solid waste from entering the landfill, improve our communities, and increase the materials. Lesson: 5 Recognized the importance of Recycle and Reduce waste Management Activity 1. What are the importance of recycle and reduce waste management? I.Objective: 1. Recognize the importance of recycle and Reduce in waste management. 2. Differentiate between the meaning of recycle and reduce in waste management. What you need: Trash Bin filled with trash, for example scrap paper, tin cans, toilet paper rolls, empty Kleenex boxes, empty milk cartons, empty pop bottles, tin foil and newspaper. What to do: 1. Divide the class into two groups. 2. Listen to the instruction given by the teacher 3. Use hand gloves in handling waste materials. 4. Each group take a few items out of the garbage can and move to their own area. 5. Have them jot down some points on how they might use the 2 R’s on the items they’ve chosen. 6. Have them write down their ideas and which of the 2 R’s they’re using. 7. Identify the importance of recycle and reduce 8. Let the pupils do lesson 5: Activity 1 in the LM 9. Supervise the pupils while they are doing the activity. 10. Prepare a group presentation to be performed in class. Guide Question: 1. What are the recyclable materials found in the garbage can or trash bin? 2. What are the materials that can be recycled? 3. What are the materials that can be reduce? 4. Differentiate between Recycle and reduce? 5. Give another example of recyclable materials. 6. Why is it important to recycle and reduce waste? 7. What did you learn in this activity? Remember These: Reduce=> make less garbage. For example, instead of buying juice boxes for lunch, buy a large container of juice and use a washable single serving container to take it to school. => buy items in refillable containers Use cloth bag/eco bag/paper bag/native baskets instead of plastic bag, when you buy groceries. Avoid buying disposable items or single use products such as batteries, razors, utensils, plates, cups etc. Reducing is important because they decrease the amount of waste on the planet and preserve natural resources by maintaining space and cutting down on landfills. Reduce consumption of new material and save energy. Recycle=> turn an item into another useful item. For example, scrap paper from the classroom might be turned into newspaper or paper bags when sent to the recycling plant. Do not throw away used newspapers or used writing pads. Sell them or bring them into usable paper again. Use bottles, tin cans rubber tires can be recycled into useful materials. Lesson: 7 Recognized the importance of recover and repair in waste management Activity 1 What are the importance of recover and repair in waste management I.Objectives: 1. Discuss the importance of recover and repair in waste management. 2. Differentiate between recover and repair in waste management. 3. Identify the recover and repair materials What you need: Recyclable, appliances, office equipment, furniture, and automotive parts. What to do: 1. Go to the respective station. 2. Provide each group with LM__ 3. Have them work on lesson 7:LM Activity 1 The importance of recover and repair waste management. 4. List down the recover and repair waste materials 5. Remind each group that they will be presenting their output. Guide Questions: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. What are the waste materials commonly found in the hospital? What are the waste materials commonly found in the market? Which material can be recover and repair? Were all the materials are disposable? Are these wastes materials that can be reused? Is it important to recover and repair the waste materials? Remember These: Recover => Any waste that can’t be reused, recycled or avoided in the first place (i.e. reduced) can be used to make heat and power using incineration, anaerobic digestion or other tecniques. By recovering the energy left in our rubbish we extract maximum value whilst landfill. Repair => have appliances, office equipment, lighting fixtures, and automotive parts repaired instead of buying new ones. Have an old furniture reupholstered or refurbished instead of buying ones.