Secondary Resources Catalogue 2004 - L

Locococo

A board game with supporting activities and information, introducing issues relating to trade, debt and rights of the child. A1-sized folded poster, two booklets, twenty-two A4-size sheets, counters and dice. Designed especially for 9 to 90 year olds.
G-17: £18.50: HEC Tower Hamlets: 2000

Land and life

Full colour pupil's book with forty-two photographs, twenty maps and many diagrams. Case studies focused on Ghana are portrayed in a local and global context.
PA-217: £5.50: Birmingham DEC: 1992

Learning for life: agriculture and development in Equatorial Uganda

This case study of sustainable development in Uganda provides information on climate and vegetation, farming systems, education projects and local development groups. The teachers' booklet contains lesson ideas, activities, photocopiable sheets and ten A4-size photographs for discussion.
PA-118: £14.75: ActionAid: 1997

Let's work together: an active citizenship pack

What do the people of Bomet, Kenya, think are their rights and responsibilities? Find out this and how local people are taking action to bring about a change in their communities. This case study of active citizenship in a developing country helps pupils define their own views on rights and responsibilities. Forty pages and three A2-size posters.
PA-241: £19.75: ActionAid: 2001

Life after debt

This video resource consists of three short films, shot in Uganda, one of the first countries in Africa to get substantial debt relief. They show real improvement in the lives of poor people in the areas of education, farming and health. The video is supported by background information and activities.
V-16: £11.00: Oxfam: 2002

Living in the eye of the storm - Bangladesh

Interactive activities from Kukri Mukri which cover English, maths, design and technology, science and geography, and aspects of citizenship. CD-ROM.
PA-174: £15.00: ActionAid: 2001

Living on the line

This resource is for citizenship education and geography for 11-16 year olds. It focuses on the people, cultures and environments of eight countries along the zero Meridian line: UK, France, Spain Algeria, Mali, Burkina Faso, Togo and Ghana. Thirty-two pages A4-size teachers' notes with photocopiable activities. Fifty-three minute video. Features journalists Jon Snow and Ekow Eshun.
PA-242: £15.00: ActionAid: 2000

Looking beyond the brochure (video pack)

This provides texts and activities for secondary English teaching. The video examines tourism in The Gambia from the view point of local people, the tourist industry and tourists themselves.
PA-149: £15.75: Tourism Concern: 1999