KS3: Consequences of rapid urbanisation enquiry
Why do slums develop? Who lives there? And are they places of hope or places of despair? Use these materials about Mukuru – a slum in Nairobi in Kenya – to construct an enquiry around the development of urban slums. These teacher notes and accompanying film, presentation, photo pack and pupil sheets, are designed to support a KS3 unit of work. Red Nose Day is an initiative of Comic Relief, registered charity 326568 (England/Wales) SC039730 (Scotland).


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  • ALL_Exploring_Nairobi_using_Google_Earth.docx
  • ALL Outline_maps_(Kenya and Africa).docx
  • ALL Line_drawings_to_annotate_(house and street).docx
  • KS3_KS4_KS5_Map_of_Wajir_and_Nairobi.docx
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  • KS3_KS4_Population_data_for_constructing_population_pyramids (with graph paper).docx
  • ALL_Characteristics_of_urban_slums.docx
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