This class activity is part of a series of resources designed to accompany our Global Learning Wallplanner. Each Class Activity explores a different monthly value highlighted in the Wallplanner, with the aim of deepening understanding of the relevance of these themes to both global issues, and students’ daily lives. The Class Activity resource below explores […]
This resource was produced for the Global Learning Programme (GLP), England.
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