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Moon Constitution - How would a future lunar community be organised?

In this activity, pupils will have the opportunity to form opinions and justify their viewpoints by debating the organisational and social characteristics of a future settlement on the moon. Pupils will improve their ability to listen to and learn from others and will take part in democratic decision-making. Pupils will also understand better the role of different institutions in society and be able to associate how scientific knowledge and technology and be influencers of social organisation.

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