Primary Resources Catalogue 2004 - G
Global Citizenship - The Handbook for Primary Teaching
This develops the principles of global citizenship into clear, practical pointers for use in schools. Covers school management, literacy and geography. Includes over thirty photocopiable texts and worksheets and 188 A-4 size pages in total.
B-385: £29.00: Oxfam: 2002
Global Express - selection pack
This pack contains four editions of the rapid response information series for schools on world events in the news, such as sustainability, the media, famine and refugees. It is designed to give students a deeper understanding of the news item and will help them challenge commonly held myths and stereotypes about countries and people in the news. Each edition is a ten page teaching pack of views, quotes, eye-witness accounts and up-to-date facts for teachers on global events. It includes activities and curriculum links suitable for 8-14 year olds.
PA-244: £10.00: DEP Manchester/Panos: 2001/2002
Global Eye CD-Rom - The story so far
Save on internet access and download time with the CD-Rom of www.globaleye.org.uk. Winner of the Geographical Association's Gold Award for Learning Resources in 2001. The Global Eye website is an extended on-line version of Global Eye magazine for secondary schools. Since Autumn 2000, Global Eye Primary was added as a separate resource specifically written for the 7-11 age group. Funded by DFID and written by Worldaware and other contributors, each edition focuses on one developing country and a development issue to address curriculum needs in Geography, Citizenship and ICT.
PA-171: £15.00: Worldaware: 2002
Global perspectives in the national curriculum
This guidance for key stages 2 and 3 suggests ways to explore the theme of human rights and global citizenship in a range of curriculum areas.
H-96: £5.00: Development Education Association: 1999
Global perspectives in the national curriculum: guidance for key stages 1 and 2
Handbook describing how and why teachers should include teaching and learning about global issues, countries, cultures and people, in their classrooms. Explains how and where this work fits into the National Curriculum and recommends other useful resources.
H-70: £4.75: Development Education Project, Manchester: 1995