David Rosenberg chooses resources

8th June 2007 at 01:00

The Saddest King by Chris Wormell (Jonathan Cape, pound;10.99). Martin Luther King taught us to challenge bad laws and speak truth to power. Here a small boy disobeys a King's law that everyone must smile.


Young Children and Global Citizenship: a teachers' handbook (Teachers in Development Education, pound;13, www.tidec.org). Our more visibly globalised world challenges teachers as well as children.

Thoughtful approaches to "making sense of the world" and activities generated and tested by teachers.


www.oxfam.org.ukcoolplanetteachers. The "sustainable living board game" encourages children to put forward their emergent ideas on the environment while considering the needs of others.

David Rosenberg teaches at Hanover Primary School in the London borough of Islington

Free resources at www.tes.co.ukresourcescitizenship1

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