Secondary Resources Catalogue 2004 - S

Stand up for your rights

This book, written, illustrated and edited by young people from all over the world, looks at the issues of human rights in a refreshingly uncomplicated way. Young people's stories, poems, personal recollections, illustrations and photographs help to express their hopes and fears about human rights now, and in the future.
B-135: £10.00: Two Can: 1998

Salaam Bangladesh

Complete set of introductory materials to Bangladesh: twenty Bangladesh in Brief Sheets (L-212), fifteen Bangladesh Mapcards (M-7) and one copy of Countryfile Bangladesh (PA-56).
PA-103: £15.00: Worldaware: 1995

Science and global citizenship

This identifies specific resources to support global dimensions to learning in Biology, Chemistry, and Physics 16-19 science courses.
H-98: £3.50: Council for Education in World Citizenship: 1998

Seeds for life?

This video pack is for 11-14 year olds exploring people's values and views about the issues of biodiversity and genetic engineering. It focuses on a traditional farming community in rural India. Thirteen minute video, sixteen page teachers' notes with activities.
V-21: £13.50: Christian Aid: 2000

South Africa - country studies

Matching syllabus requirements for 14-16 year olds this contains case studies and structured activities. See also Brazil and India in this series.
B-145: £7.75: Heinemann: 1998

Southern Perspectives on Development Series

Set of five handbooks which support the teaching of Geography at 11-16, in particular the themes of development, economic activity, population and settlement. Each book of seventy-two pages contains photocopiable students pages, ready-to-use exercises and activities and background information. Available as a set or individually.
B-453: £42.00: Development Education Project, Manchester: 1996

Spilling the beans: exploring the cocoa trade in Ghana - NO LONGER AVAILABLE

A video exploring the issues of fair trade and providing a case study of the cocoa farmers in Ghana. The video introduces people who rely on fair trade for their livelihoods who explain why fair trade is so important to them. Pupil activity sheets are included in the sixteen-page teachers' notes. Sixteen minutes.
V-7: £14.00: Oxfam: 2002 revised

Starting points

Looks at the power of words and images; at what development means; poverty and interdependence.
B-448: £9.75: Development Education Project, Manchester: 1998

Sustainable development

Recognising the importance of sustainable development as the way forward for the future, this book presents 16-19 year old students with an analysis of the debates involved. Case studies range from the local to the global and cover a variety of locations, presenting information and data to back-up viewpoints and encouraging students to discuss values, attitudes and responsibility.
B-142: £8.50: Hodder and Stoughton: 1997

Sustainable fishing

This study of artisanal fishing in Gunjur, The Gambia is a unit for 16-19 year olds studying 'managing a sustainable resource'.
B-157: £5.00: Wiltshire World Studies Centre: 1999

Swallows on the line data bulletin

The data bulletin provides pupils with a simple data viewer displaying text, graphics and tabular data. The data can be exported to other applications. Three subject-specific teachers' booklets are included. Four booklets, CD ROM, A2-size poster.
PA-141: £20.00: WWF-UK: 1999

Science: the global dimension - Key Stages 3 & 4 - NEW

Scientists help to keep out water clean, treat diseases, communicate with the rest of the world, and improve the quality of our lives. How can science education contribute to the worldwide search for solutions? In the series 'Learning skills for a global society'. Twenty eight A4-size pages.
H-107: £6.25: Development Education Association: 2003