Secondary Resources Catalogue 2004 - G

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

Gaia atlas of planet management

A classic and comprehensive overview of the state of the earth, which examines seven basic themes: land, ocean, the elements, evolution, humankind, civilisation and management. Includes excellent maps, charts and photographs.
B-565: £17.00: Gaia Press: 1994

Ghana (Country Profiles)

Intended for a general audience this series provides useful and interesting background reading for teachers including the country in a scheme of work or as library item for 14-18 year olds. Eighty-eight pages, monochrome.
B-119: £7.25: Oxfam: 1999

Global geography

This one hundred and forty-four page handbook provides practical guidance for teaching 11-13 year olds about development issues.
B-268: £5.00: Geographical Association with Birmingham DEC: 1997

Globalisation - what's it all about?

This has been devised for secondary schools by geography teachers with a view to citizenship education. It includes activities and information aimed at stimulating and supporting classroom work on globalisation and the many questions it raises. Forty A4-size pages.
H-100: £7.75: Birmingham DEC: 2001

Globalisation

Globalisation

A useful compendium of articles for year 12/13 background investigation into globalisation issues.
B-200: £7.95: Independence: 2002

Global Health Matters

In a similar style to ‘Whose right to water?’, this booklet features global health care including links with poverty, HIV/AIDS, malaria and planning for the future. Publication date: February 2003.
B-205: £3.00: Worldaware: 2003

Global Health Matters (value pack)

In a similar style to ‘Whose right to water?’, this booklet features global health care including links with poverty, HIV/AIDS, malaria and planning for the future. Publication date: February 2003
B-206: £30.00: Worldaware: 2003

Get Global - NEW

A teacher's guide and video (KS3/4)to facilitate and access global citizenship through students managing their own learning, and activities that promote a skills-based approach
PA-266: £16.50: ActionAid and others: 2003