Really good general introduction for a special week. I used it to introduce a mixed-age group of children, who are in the 'India' team for Sports Day, a little of what India is like.
Thank you for sharing.
Visuals of a globe and map help establish the location, regions and key geographical features of India. These include the cool mountain region in the north, the hot dry central plains and the hot humid tropical south. Population figures, the number of languages spoken and the main religious groups are detailed. The three seasons are described and the monsoon season with the risk of flooding is illustrated.
Tokens to hand out to children as a reward for good behavior. Children can write their names on the back and the tokens can they can either be selected (raffle style) to win a prize or children could have a reward when they have collected a certain number.
A writing frame/book for researching and writing about a country. Includes space for illustrations/sticking in pictures and space to write basic information on the country (currency, continent, capital city, language spoken)
Want to provide some background to China before launching into the One Child Policy?
This activity tests students' concentration by requiring them to complete a worksheet using the information on a moving slide show.
It covers the major changes in China since 1945 and provides a good introduction to both the challenges it has overcome and those it is still to face.
Any feedback would be appreciated!