This guidance book for secondary teachers brings together ideas about how to bring the global dimension into citizenship teaching. It offers ideas for both whole school approaches as well as lesson ideas for all areas of the curriculum.
An interesting collection of stories from people living in Cheshire with roots in other parts of the world. This book highlights and celebrates the cultural diversity that exists in Cheshire and attempts to challenge stereotypes that people may have
If Citizenship education is going to work anywhere, it needs to prove itself capable of supporting divided and hurt communities like those in Derry/Londonderry (where even the name of the City is a controversial issue – hence the two names used in
This set of free resources for the primary RE curriculum from Christian Aid incorporates several challenging and interesting activities. It helps teachers to guide pupils at ages 5 to 7 and 7-11, with activities and lively stories to meet the citizen
This is a really excellent and innovative anti-racist and interactive resource of value in any secondary school or other youth/community setting. It is organised in five main interlinked sections: images, memories, people, places (Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, USA and eight key locations in the UK), and visions.
In our shrinking world there’s a real case for world studies throughout the curriculum, yet many teachers feel the curriculum is so heavily loaded that there is no space left for it. This book aims to show how the teachers of primary subjects in the
A handbook for those interested in developing their own and others’ co-operative skills. It is presented in the following sections:
“A Sense of Self” explores self-esteem and views of competition and co-operation;
“Co-operating at Home” cons
An excellent handbook which looks at imaginative ways of using stories to empathise with a range of characters. Many of the texts are set in the South and explore issues such as conflict, poverty, racism and the environment.
A great book which illustrates the well-known message about the interdependence of life attributed to Chief Seattle, a leader of the Northwest Indian Nations nearly 150 years ago.