Secondary Resources Catalogue 2004 - R

Rehearsing our roles

Rehearsing our roles

A teacher's resource for drama in citizenship education helping them to make sense of their citizenship, and to act humanely on that sense.
B-202: £7.50: Birmingham DEC: 2002

Rehearsing the event

This resource encourages Theatre in Education to meet the challenges of citizenship education with creativity, social commitment and learner-centredness. It centres on consultation, action and performance and seeks responses from TIE and schools.
B-201: £5.50: Birmingham DEC: 2002

Rainforests - OUT OF PRINT

From a library series called '21st Century Debates-Our impact on the planet', looks at this fragile ecosytem and its destruction. See others in the series Waste, recycling and reuse, Energy and Climate change. Sixty-four page hardback.
B-411: £13.00: Hodder Wayland: 2001

Rainforests for tomorrow

A sixteen page A4-size colour booklet looking at the location, structure and uses of the world's rainforests. The traditional use of the forest by indigenous peoples, is compared with recent destructive exploitation and current concerns of conservation and sustainable development.
B-572: £2.75: Worldaware: 1999

Rainforests for tomorrow (value pack)

A value pack of fifteen booklets (B-572), ideal for use with a class.
B-573: £25.00: Worldaware: 1999

Reflections of Africa and Britain

This pack is designed to give pupils a new insight into British and African life and challenge some commonly held notions. Working with thirty photographs and photocopiable captions children become aware of the similarities between the lives and concerns of Britons and Africans.
PA-109: £19.00: ActionAid: 1996

Refugees - we left because we had to

Background information and case studies explain about the refugee situation worldwide and how people become refugees. Activity ideas are included. Second edition.
B-108: £7.50: Refugee Council: 1996

Rights and choices

Looks at human rights; models of development; asks questions about aid; explores working for change.
B-452: £9.75: Development Education Project, Manchester: 1996

The real price of cotton

A teaching resource for business studies, economics and citizenship aimed at 14 years onwards. This enables students to explore the global and ethical dimensions through looking at the cotton industry. Forty-eight A4 size pages.
H-65: £11.00: Norfolk Education and Action for Development: 2002