This resource offers learners a chance to look back through the archives of Oxfam’s work on their 75th anniversary (October 2017). Use photographs to uncover some of Oxfam’s greatest achievements whilst considering how we can push forward to end global poverty.
Learners are encouraged to shoot their own films which capture their hopes for a future without poverty. What will their own role be in achieving this goal?
The resource is a one-hour workshop which includes worksheets exploring images from different aspects of Oxfam’s work and ideas for students to create their own short film or statement. The workshop is aimed at key stages 3 – 5 but can also be adapted for primary level.
- Teacher's Pack
- Workshop Guide (357kB) Use 7.5 photographs to discover Oxfam’s work and how your learners can play a part in ending global poverty. Create a 75-second-long film which captures your learners’ aspirations for the future. Worksheets (3MB) Includes a helpful tips and techniques to create a great film, as well as worksheets to help learners consider what the world will be like in the future. Image gallery (15MB) Photographs from Oxfam’s archive and current programmes to bring our work to life.
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