Secondary Resources Catalogue 2004 - C

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

The Challenge of Globalisation - NEW

A handbook for teachers of 11-16 year olds which offers an exciting approach to exploring the issues of globalisation and the way it affects people around the world, exploring economic and geographical information
H-106: £15.75: Oxfam: 2003

Case studies from The Gambia

An activity pack for 11-16 year olds with twenty-four separate photographs and including a copy of 'Introducing The Gambia'.
PA-124: £20.00: Wiltshire World Studies Centre: 1999

Changing technology

Aimed at increasing awareness of the global impact of technological change, this pack offers practical strategies and activities to help raise these issues in the classroom. Includes photocopiable stimulus sheets, a set of colour photographs, teachers' notes and activities for teacher's workshops.
PA-108: £19.00: Birmingham DEC: 1997

China (Country Studies)

This looks at the general geography of the country but also focuses on economic development and the challenges and changes this important nation faces and is undergoing. Written for 14-16, also could be used 11-13. Sixty-four pages.
B-117: £8.00: Heinemann: 1999

The chocolate game - fair trade edition

This twenty-eight page book has been fully revised and updated to incorporate fair trade issues, and shows how the lives of nine families are interlinked and the difference fair trade can make to cocoa growing communities. Works for 11 year olds to adults.
G-41: £5.50: Leeds DEC: 1999

Cities: a better life?

Compares Cidade do Lobo in Brazil, a housing estate in London and Mexico City. Explores some of the problems faced by people living in cities, comparing one country to another. Includes a teacher's guide and student resource pack.
PA-178: £6.00: Worldaware: 1992

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

Citizenship, participation and action: the United Nations

This loose-leaf pack provides the support and information to run a model UN activity where students role-play in addressing topical issues of international significance.
PA-159: £10.00: UNA-UK: 2001

Citizenship: the global dimension

Learning skills for a global society A booklet outlining what is meant by the global dimension across all areas of the citizenship curriculum for 11-16 year olds. It also provides ideas and starting points for teachers and pupils as a way of illustrating the importance of the global dimension to citizenship education. Twenty pages.
H-102: £5.50: Development Education Association: 2001

City by the Sea: urban development in Mombasa, Kenya

A case study of Kenya's second largest city with a focus on land-use, rural-urban migration, 'push-pull' factors and informal settlements. It contains maps, activity sheets and twelve A4-size colour photographs.
PA-132: £17.25: ActionAid: 1998

Clean water: a right for all

Examines the supply of water across the world, water pollution and disasters, access to clean water, its importance for health and sanitation. Includes photographs, activities, ideas for science experiments and photocopiable worksheets.
B-459: £11.50: UNICEF: 1995

Climate Change

From a library series called '21st Century Debates-Our impact on the planet', looks at global warming and the effects of climate change. See others in the series Waste, recycling and reuse, Rainforests and Energy. Sixty-four page hardback.
B-414: £13.00: Hodder Wayland: 2001

Colonialism and its legacy

Looks at the south before colonialism; European expansion; social and economic impacts of colonialism; independence and neo-colonialism.
B-449: £9.75: Development Education Project, Manchester: 1996

Countryfile Bangladesh

Nine, four-page units, with maps, tables and graphs, which look at aspects of Bangladesh's economy, geography and development. Fully photocopiable. Includes student activities.
PA-56: £5.00: Worldaware: 1996

Countryfile India

Ten, four-page units, with maps, tables and graphs, which look at aspects of India's economy, geography and development. Fully photocopiable. Includes student activities.
PA-215: £5.00: Worldaware: 1995

Countryfile Kenya

Eight, four-page units, with maps, tables and graphs, which look at aspects of Kenya's economy, geography and development. Fully photocopiable with activities.
PA-203: £19.50: VWorldaware: 1994

Culture.CD (Worldmix)

This package comprises the Culture CD-ROM and a teachers' manual with 16-plus student assignments for history, geography, science, ICT and modern foreign languages. Through the themes of music, sport, fashion, lifestyle, television and tourism, students discover that their own local community is influenced by developments on a world scale. "could profitably be used in study time for exploration by students to raise issues and broaden their thinking about globalisation" Geography
PA-130: £10.00: Vista Foundation: 2000

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