A detailed lesson exploring what fair trade is and how it impacts on business and producers and customers (Ethical Business Practices). Editable PowerPoint Lesson for Geography students or Citizenship Studies. (60-120 Minutes worth of Material) suitable for KS3 or KS4 students.
Secure: To understand what Fair Trade is and the variety of products available and certified in the UK
Extended: To explore the impact Fair-Trade has on producers in developing countries
Advanced: To understand the benefits of being an ethical customer
What is included in this product?
☞ Fully editable 19 slide PowerPoint Lesson 60-120 minutes
☞ Fair Trade Word Search handout and Answers
☞ Design an ethical Fair trade delivery van
☞ FAir Trade Priorities student handout activity sheet
Student input creates some of the answers. Product Code CIT/C8/LS/55
Description of Product
Ready-to-Use pack of classroom activities will enthuse and engage students! This lesson material is designed to be used for between one and two teaching periods and includes; activities, challenging and thoughtful questions, student hand-out (for use during lesson or as a homework), embedded URL links (where appropriate), differentiated tasks and, all relevant information to help students learn about issues relating to the topic.
N.B This lesson can be taught with no printing (For those on tight budgets :)
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