Primary Resources Catalogue 2004 - C

Celebrating India

A beautifully illustrated book which celebrates the diversity of India. From the splendour of the Taj Mahal and the wildlife of the forests, to the glamour of "Bollywood's" film industry and the everyday life of people. Ancient invasions and empires, the life of Ghandi and independence from Britain are all introduced, along with the many religions, languages and cultures which make up India today.
B-140: £10.75: Channel 4 Learning: 1998

Changing Cities

This provides teachers’ material and pupil activities for developing the study of settlements and environmental change. Illustrates environmental change and its management. Twenty-eight pages A4-size.
B-401: £7.65: Channel 4 Learning: 1999/2000

Changing Cities Video

From the Geography Junction series, this illustrates environmental change and its management. It compares locations including Cajamarca, Peru, Calcutta, India and Sao Paulo, Brazil. Five fifteen minute programmes.
V-13: £16.50: Channel 4 Learning: 1999/2000

Chembakolli Journeys

An A1-size map of Chembakolli showing the different journeys local people make in the area. It includes a teachers' guide with a photocopiable map. Produced by ActionAid in association with PCET Publishing.
PA-248: £10.25: ActionAid: 2001

Chembakolli: life and change in an Indian village

Chembakolli: life and change in an Indian village

A comprehensive locality study as well as an inspiring global context for PSHE and citizenship. Through colour photographs, comic strips and activity sheets pupils explore life and change in an Adivasi (tribal) village, the landscape of the area, and links with the wider world.
PA-167: £19.00: ActionAid: 2002

Citizenship for the future - a practical classroom guide

Part one provides the background and theoretical context for the practical classroom activities and sets out their educational rationale. Part two, the bulk of the book, contains a range of activities and photocopiable material, helping children to explore the issues. Part three provides further information on useful resources and support for citizenship and education for sustainable development. 110 A4-size pages. Covers ages 7 to 14.
H-101: £13.75: WWF-UK: 2001

Citizenship in Common

This poster pack introduces key ideas about the relationship between Europe and Africa. Its feature is that Europe as a whole has a relationship with the rest of the world and that an aspect of our citizenship is the part we play in Europe. A timely perspective.
PA-260: £17.00: Birmingham DEC: 2002

The Clothes Line

This photoset and activities booklet focuses on cotton production and the clothing industry, with particular reference to India. It offers a detailed example of the people who play a part in making the clothes we wear. The pack provides in-depth support for work on clothes or trade and a range of activities using the excellent photographs and information. Forty-four page booklet. Sixteen A4-size photographs.
PA-133: £16.00: Oxfam: 1998

Colors of Mexico

A beautifully illustrated book which looks at Mexico past and present in an unusual and interesting way. What colour is Mexico? It's red like chilli peppers and gold like the treasures of the Aztecs. An ideal starting point for children's own creative written work.
B-128: £4.50: Turnaround: 1997

Communities and Change - common issues in the Punjab and the West Midlands

Communities and Change - common issues in the Punjab and the West Midlands

These materials supporting investigations with 7-11 year olds focus on the Punjab, India and aim to enable children to learn about change in communities there and to make connections with change and development in their own area. Thirty-six A4-size booklet. Twenty-four A5-size photographs.
PA-252: £20.00: Birmingham DEC: 2002

Connexions (slide set)

Twelve colour slides, with notes, featuring transport and communications in St Lucia and St Lucia's connections with the rest of the world.
S-98: £9.50: Worldaware:

Crafts from Mexico and Central America

A practical book which explores the crafts and cultural traditions of the area. Clear, easy to follow instructions are provided to help make a range of objects from wool, clay, paper and foil, using a variety of skills and techniques. Useful photocopiable templates and patterns are included.
B-127: £13.50: Turnaround: 1996

Citizen Power Video Series

A series of citizenship programmes for 10-14 year olds fronted by Jon Snow. Four videos containing two programmes on each video covering crime, human rights, diversity, animals, democracy, community and media.
V-26: £48.00: 4learning: 2003

Citizen Power Video - Government & Democracy - NEW

One of four in a series of citizenship programmes for 10-14 year olds. This video features Government and Democracy and consists of two, 25 minute programmes entitled Who Rules? and Your Voice Counts.
V-22: £12.50: 4learning: 2003

Citizen Power Video- Human and Animal Rights - NEW

One of four in a series of citizenship programmes for 10-14 year olds. This video features Human and animal rights and consists of two, 25 minute programmes entitled Your Rights and Animals and Us
V-23: £12.50: 4learning: 2003

Citizen Power Video - Global Citizenship - NEW

One of four in a series of citizenship programmes for 10-14 year olds. This video features Global Citizenship and consists of two, 25 minute programmes entitled One World and War and Peace.
V-24: £12.50: 4learning: 2003

Citizen Power Video- Law and Media NEW

One of four in a series of citizenship programmes for 10-14 year olds. This video features Law and Media and consists of two, 25 minute programmes entitled Crime and Punishment and Media Matters.
V-25: £12.50: 4learning: 2003