A variety of resource packs, posters, games and photo cards was used throughout the series of lessons to highlight not only the food grown, caught and eaten, but also the games played, the clothes worn and other aspects of daily life. Textbooks were used, and colourful pictures and descriptions were produced of the foods and where they originated. These were then mounted and placed in the appropriate location on a wall map of India.
This case study is taken from: The Global Dimension in the Curriculum, Learning and Teaching Scotland et al, 2001.
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