Like Covid, climate change causes many students to feel afraid and powerless. By studying infographics on climate change, we can help students develop their 21st century literacy skills while educating them about climate change and its solutions. As students draw on that knowledge to write their own “cli-fi” stories, they practice their narrative writing skills and learn how fiction writers address real-world issues in their work. As a result, students come to understand the power of literature to make abstract world issues feel personalized and meaningful to readers and the power they have as writers to effect change.
"Writing Our Climate Future: A “Cli-Fi” Writing Process for Students in the Anthropocene,"
New Jersey English Journal: Vol. 11, Article 4.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.montclair.edu/nj-english-journal/vol11/iss2022/4