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TEACH YOUR STUDENTS TO LOVE THEIR ENVIRONMENT

A big thank you to Nicola Goddard for her tremendous work in creating the following lesson plan, to help Korean children learn about the bear bile issue and to give them a chance to have their voices heard. Nicola also arranged for her class to write letters to President Lee Myung Bak, urging him to put a stop to bear farming. Great work Nic, we feel fortunate to have your support!

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LESSON PLAN, Kindergarten to low elementary, (Right click and select ‘save as’.)

Jaspers Journey1, A story about a Moonbear

Comprehension, Miracle the Bear

Meet the Moonbear-Powerpoint (with Teacher’s notes)

SHARE YOUR VOICE WITH THE KOREAN GOVERNMENT


With enough public pressure, it is possible that the authorities will prioritize the formation of a solution.

1. Put pressure on the Korean government. Write letters!
The Minister of the Environment –
Attention:
Madam Minister
KyungGi-do, GwaCheun-si, KwanMun-ro 88
JungAng-dong 1, GwaCheeun complex, (427-729)

Wonju Regional Environmental Office
Attention:
Director-General Mr. Kim, Hyung-seop,
Mr.Shin Sang-yeop/ Nature Environment Section
Kangwon-do, Wonju-si, Myungryun-dong, Dangu-ro 327, (220-947)
Tel : (033)764-0982

Hwacheon Governer’s Office
Attention:
Mr. Jeong, Gab-cheol,
Mr.Ji Mu-ryong/ Environment Planning Section
KangWon-do, Hwacheun-gun, Hwacheun-up, Ahri 239, (209-804)
Tel: (033)442-2855

President Park Geun Hye
1 Cheongwadae-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea 110-820
Email: foreign@president.go.kr
Phone: 82.2.730.5800

.pdf template download: letter to president 2011

If you haven’t signed the petition hosted by our cherished friends at moonbears.org, please do so!