A Change Is Coming
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A Change Is Coming 4 Schools to Learn about Cooperation in Face of Climate Dynamics
As part of this project, where by the 15 Educator's editions (and growing), representing the most effected populations of Climate Dynamic Effects, we tell a series of stories about Endangered Species and how they seek new homes in the face of "The Change".
"A Change Is Coming" is a story series about adaptation, so we are asking schools around our world to participate in this campaign by reviewing and editing the Native Language(courtesy of Google Translate) editions.
We will release the Language Skills editions suitable for bicultural learning for 6 to 11 year old classes in the hope that Native Language teachers can work with the Google Translate Editions and review them to be revised and added to Our growing library with 70 Language editions of narrated stories about Adapting to Climate Change.
For more information on becoming part of this international effort to bring balance to the climate change conversation, email us @ email@example.com
Shocking them both only a small distance away Nanuq fell down trying to back step As the bird flew up to the top of a ledge Both looked closely at the other Not getting any closer and a bit afraid. With a smile she became quieter The Bird suddenly started squaking And for some reason she could understand it “Just call me Puffy” but I am “Mr. Langhorn Puffin” to others She shook with a cough. I am Nanuq standing as tall as she was Nanuq started to talk and tell her story As Puffy
rests on the ice, And the sleep takes her and she dreams again. Act 3 Scene 1 As the light moves higher that day, Nanuuq feels that her floating island of ice is rolling. All the way around there is water and no land. She cries a bit, but she sees only waves and sky. Her middle-body makes a sound from no food. She stands and walks around her ice float slowly. All at once she sees a fish with wings. No… more than one fish..two..three..four fish. All the fish land at her feet.
time. In our time we would move and find new homes. You can do this as it is part of our being.” “There is no need to be afraid anymore. The Change is universal and good for all creatures. We will help You find the way to adapt. Share what You learn with all Your New Friends.” The voice becomes soft and low. Nanuuq slowly rolls over and drops into deeper sleep. The sun drops beneath the waters on the line of the sky. The stars now awaken in the dark above. The magic ice float moves
to talk and tell her story As Puffy groomed and heard and the light shifted lower Act 2 Scene 2 Penguina starts to talk about the dreams she had: At the beginning nothing makes sense to me. Then I go to the penguin sleep. I can see colors and lights And a voice tells me about the Change. Puffy, do you know what this Change is? Puffy pulls his feathers close and cleans them. Looking down at Penguina he starts to speak: I have those same dreams too. I hear the voices of the old
over there? Now this is odd he thought Walking a bit closer he saw the bird was asleep Stepping closer… … closer… he sniffed the air And the bird awoke and fluttered it's wings Shocking them both only a small distance away Storklee fell down trying to back step As the bird flew up to the top of a root branch. Both looked closely at the other Not getting any closer and a bit afraid. With a smile he became quieter The Bird suddenly started squawking And for some reason he could