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Using a range of digital study materials, including videos, audio files, and written texts, this project seeks to encourage robust and engaged dialogue between students and educators about different environmental issues in English classes at both university and high school levels. 

Discussions on the topic of climate change and the environment will be brought into the English classroom through this highly focused educational programme. The topics will focus primarily on issues that are currently relevant and topical in Viet Nam and will be presented to teachers in the form of detailed lesson plans, alongside the related study materials.

About the collaborators

International House Belfast is the leading private language school in Northern Ireland, providing English language courses to students from all over the world, and training English language teachers. IH Belfast is also an accredited member of Green Standard Schools, a global association of language schools that have demonstrated a serious commitment to environmental sustainability. 

With around 31,000 learners and 1,000 staff, University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City is one of the leading universities in Viet Nam. English courses at the university focus on English for Business, Finance, and Management. The UEH community also contributes to sustainable development projects.  

How to take part

The hybrid event of the presentation of the project results
Date: 30 November 2023
Venue: UEH campus B (B1-204) at 279 Nguyen Tri Phương Street, Ward 5, District 10, Ho Chi Minh City.

Find out the developed materials

Simple living that can help save the environment

Agriculture and Global Warming

Motorbikes in HCMC and air pollution