A resource for teachers and other educators keen on keeping students in touch with what happens from now on in Haiti. Short, flexible resources are designed to look beyond the aid agency and news media stereotypes. Taken together, the materials provide rich insights into the complex way humanity, in all its forms, responds over time to such a major disaster.
Print and laminate.
Cut up (the first line should read I am..., the second line should read a definition which links to the next statement), then hand out to class (one or two each).
Perfect for revision.
These materials provide an outcome for a series of lessons studying the 2010 Haiti earthquake. It is suitable as an assessment and has been used - with adjustments - with Year 7 and Year 9 classes.
The PPT explains the task and also develops literacy skills around connecting points to construct an argument.
The worksheet and card sort work to provide a standardised plan, supplemented by information from previous lessons on Haiti together with additional research gathered through home work.
Feedback would be welcomed!