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Primary Assemblies for the Global Dimension

ISBN: 9781907567124
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Gerald Haigh, Jane West
Phase: Primary

Introduction
Primary Assemblies for the Global Dimension includes 40 primary assemblies for to help you ensure that the global dimension ethos is key to your school’s curriculum. Teach your students about issues that have a global significance, with assemblies that tell s
tories with strong global messages.

Benefits
Each assembly tells its story in an accessible way, usually through the experience of a person or group of people. Links to SEAL and the five outcomes of empathy, motivation, self-awareness, managing feelings and social skills are also provided.

Summary of contents
Mi casa, su casa – celebrating cultural differences
Voices on the bus
Pasties in Peru
Where is home?
The United Nations – the vision of world unity
Pen pals from Bolivia
The globally connected school

Our changing planet
Polar bears and Inuits
Farming in Britain
A fishy tale – the story of cod from John Cabot to today

Flashpoints
Global commodities – oil
Sharing a land boundary
Sharing a sea boundary

Trying to be green
Palm oil and biofuels – the big debate
Disappearing rainforests – the lungs of the world

Global families
Staying in touch – a family brought together by the web
The jet set doctor
Laying fibre optic cable
Learning new languages – and the mistakes we make

Water
Too much water – flooding in the UK
Not enough water – drought in Australia
Digging wells in Africa
Sanitation
Marine debris – Seal Island and the Great Pacific Garbage Patch

Making a difference
Allotments – growing your own
Fairtrade
The carbon footprint

International jobs
The wildlife cameraman
The film production designer
Advertising in Hong Kong
The gap years
Lang Lang – an international artist

Grand design
Hydroelectric power in Helmand Province, Afghanistan
Tidal energy in Ireland
London Eye
The European Space Agency

Arts and cultures
Sharing art
The Elgin Marbles
Mamma Mia! around the world
From Bhangra to Riverdance
Chicken tikka masala

Chapter breakdown
Mi casa, su casa – celebrating cultural differences
Voices on the bus
Pasties in Peru
Where is home?
The United Nations – the vision of world unity
Pen pals from Bolivia
The globally connected school

Our changing planet
Polar bears and Inuits
Farming in Britain
A fishy tale – the story of cod from John Cabot to today

Flashpoints
Global commodities – oil
Sharing a land boundary
Sharing a sea boundary

Trying to be green
Palm oil and biofuels – the big debate
Disappearing rainforests – the lungs of the world

Global families
Staying in touch – a family brought together by the web
The jet set doctor
Laying fibre optic cable
Learning new languages – and the mistakes we make

Water
Too much water – flooding in the UK
Not enough water – drought in Australia
Digging wells in Africa
Sanitation
Marine debris – Seal Island and the Great Pacific Garbage Patch

Making a difference
Allotments – growing your own
Fairtrade
The carbon footprint

International jobs
The wildlife cameraman
The film production designer
Advertising in Hong Kong
The gap years
Lang Lang – an international artist
Grand design
Hydroelectric power in Helmand Province, Afghanistan
Tidal energy in Ireland
London Eye
The European Space Agency

Arts and cultures
Sharing art
The Elgin Marbles
Mamma Mia! around the world
From Bhangra to Riverdance
Chicken tikka masala

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Author GERALD HAIGH, JANE WEST
Pub Date 2009-06
Binding PDF