Location of Fairtrade producers. Pupils plot these on a world map. Extra countries available and blank world map. All in this pack
Fairtrade Fortnight 2020 Fair Trade Fun. FUN/C8/QZ/59 Over 10 rounds and 60+ Questions. Tutor Time, Citizenship, Geography or PSHE This resource contains: 1xPowerPoint 1x Student Answer Sheet double sided out of /60+ Marks (PDF and PPT Version) and all the answers!! Contains 10 Rounds: Fairtrade farmers, True or False, Observation and memory Round, Fairtrade principles, Fairtrade farmers, Exploring Fairtrade Numbers, Certified Products, anagrams and a Design Challenge and much more… This quiz resource is perfect for lesson time, form time, extracurricular clubs, part of a drop-down day or as an educational treat for your class. This will last a full hour by the time you get students into small teams and run through the Quiz and the interactive way the answers appear. A tie-breaker is included which involves drawing an image top 3 score points FUN/C8/QZ/59 Great way to celebrate Fairtrade Fortnight with your students. A variety of different rounds and different challenges within this quiz for all types of learners to access (something fun for all abilities within this quiz) You may also like some of our other popular form tutor resource Packages … Autumn Term Tutor Time Form Time Super Bundle Spring Term Tutor Time Form Time Super Bundle Summer Term Tutor Time Form Time Super Bundle 1-2 Years Worth of Tutor Time Form Time Super Bundle Summer School Package - Team Building Challenges / Quizzes and Fun stuff! Brexit Explained Big Brexit Quiz
A selection of docs and powerpoints on Fairtrade - used in our self and society lessons
Lesson plan and card sort included within the powerpoint. Students should be in groups and should be given a different role based on the people involved in the banana process.
A lesson designed for year 8 but can be used for any class working on Fairtrade in lessons. Included is a PowerPoint, worksheet and success criteria for students and staff to track progress throughout the lesson. Within the lesson students look at what Fairtrade is along with its aims, where your money goes when buying coffee and the benefits it brings local producers.
Fair Trade lesson used for interview. very detailed with variety of activities.
READY TO TEACH This lesson focuses on Fairtrade chocolate. Pupils make a note of key terms in their books, before analysing a choropleth map showing cocoa bean production (slide 4). Pupils explore the process of cocoa bean production, from cocoa bean to chocolate bar, discussing the amount of money received from the sale of a chocolate bar for farmers, importers, chocolate companies, governments, UK shops etc (slides 6-7). The concept of unfair trade is explored, with a discussion of how this can best be resolved (slide 9). Pupils then discuss how farmers, retailers and consumers benefit directly from Fairtrade (slide 10). A comparison of two families involved in farming is then discussed, contrasting the family who have an increased quality of life due to Fairtrade, leading to a discussion for why Fairtrade is important (slide 11). The concept of whether Fairtrade is really fair is also explored (slide 12). A concluding activity of the lesson, involves pupils reflecting on whether or not they’ll buy Fairtrade products in the future. The homework task involves creating merchandise, promoting Fairtrade.
Assembly powerpoint plus script showing the difference Fairtrade can make across the world.
An interactive lesson looking at the concept of Fairtrade and how it applies to the banana industry.
I have used the 'Formatting powerpoint presentations' resource by MrsBasden, adapting it to create a quick powerpoint introducing the idea of unfair trade and fair trade. It includes the Fairtrade logo and some products, plus the Fairtrade Banana Split game, simplified down for younger children. This is a simple starting point that can be amended and adapted easily.
I was looking for a presentation about Fair Trade chocolate, but really struggled. I found a great presentation about Fair Trade bananas and tweaked it. Hope this helps you!
Fairtrade clothing. Pupils look at Fairtrade and non Fairtrade products from footballs to chocolate.
An introduction to fairtrade for Form Time of as a basis of a full lesson
Complete lesson ready to go. PPT and Booklet.
Microsoft Excel required Celebrate Fairtrade fortnight 26 Feb to 11 March A new set of numbers every time the file is opened - unlimited worksheets 2 files for this resource File one - Data on 10 Fairtrade outlets selling coffee from Monday to Friday Find the TOTAL , AVERAGE and MEDIAN numbers of coffee sold. Find the TOTAL amount of coffee sold on each day of the week. File two - Data on Estimated and Actual sales for all outlets on each day of the week. Find the difference and compare between outlets. Work out the percentage of sales Try displaying the worksheet on the whiteboard and use as a whole class collaborative exercise, allowing the students to use calculator. Excellent resource to create your own data handling questions
A lesson introducing fair trade and the benifits the charity brings to the people working on fair trade farms.
Fairtrade powerpoint and accompanying worksheet
Fairtrade and aid powerpoint presentation with key word terminology and places for illustration. Some links to websites and PC tasks. Impacted lives document is the case study referred to in the powerpoint for fair trade. Used in Geography KS3 and GCSE.
A short fairtrade presentation that includes videos and clips and also an interactive game which is a lot of fun. The presentation gives vital knowledge in a fun and educational way.
A foldable activity researching Fairtrade FAQ
Designed for Key stage 3. Full lesson. Define what is Fair trade and what does it stand for. Plenty of activities and video clips