Red Cross launches quake lesson plans

25th March 2011 at 00:00

The British Red Cross has launched video-based lesson plans for teachers on the Japanese earthquake and tsunami. They are available free to teachers who sign up to the charity's online newsthink service. Education officer Karen Gravell said the videos would help pupils "better understand how Japanese people are feeling and coping".

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