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6 KS2 CLASS ASSEMBLIES

6 KS2 CLASS ASSEMBLIES

6 GREAT KS2 CLASS ASSEMBLIES! ALL TRIED AND TESTED … INCLUDING: DILEMMAS THE PLAGUE + GREAT FIRE IRON MAN TEETH AND HEALTHY EATING 7 CONTINENTS FANTASTIC MR FOX
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WORLD HERITAGE SITE - WHAT HAPPENED TO THE 2 GIANT BUDDHAS OF AFGHANISTAN?

WORLD HERITAGE SITE - WHAT HAPPENED TO THE 2 GIANT BUDDHAS OF AFGHANISTAN?

Here is a unit that creates student interest and opportunity for class discussion about the need to maintain and protect World Heritage Sites. You will see that the material within this standalone unit cuts across curriculum topics of history (Buddhism/building phase); geography (environment/location), religion (Buddhism/Islam) and slots into studies of World Heritage sites. This unit touches on historical trade routes (The Silk Road) and provides an opportunity to reflect on the current political insecurity of Afghanistan. Despite widespread objections the Taliban of Afghanistan reduced the Giant Buddhas to rubble. In 2003, two years after their destruction UNESCO listed the caverns which once contained the giant Buddhas as “endangered sites”. So why did the destruction occur? Follow the process and allow opportunity for discussion and debate. The attached worksheet provides opportunity for a fill-in activity.
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Transnational Companies In India

Transnational Companies In India

These worksheets look at the large companies and their locations around the work, then focus primarily on a Nike case study in India and the positives and negatives it brings to LEDCs
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The Himalayas

The Himalayas

Part of the world’s largest mountain range can be found in north India, the Himalayas. The mountains act as a natural barrier preventing the cold wind from Central Asia entering India and stopping southwest winds which carry monsoons, helping to fertilise India’s soil with the rain it pours down. These worksheets look at life living in the mountains in a place called Uttarakhand through a student lead activity
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The Cycle Of Poverty

The Cycle Of Poverty

The cycle of poverty is a phenomenon where poor families, more severely in LEDCs, become trapped in poverty for generations due to limited or no access to fundamental resources such as education, financial and subsequent generations also being underprivileged. These worksheets look at life through the eyes of a poor family as to whether they should move from the country to the city, where they should move to and how to make money. One way of making money in the city is by making paper bags, they are sold to shop and stall holders who sell rice and spices. Ten bags will earn them 1 rupee (1p)! In groups they make as many bags as they can in thirty minutes…
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Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal

These worksheets helps the students to discover the background to the building of the Taj mahal and to develop their skills of field sketching
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India's Wealth And The Cycle Of Poverty

India's Wealth And The Cycle Of Poverty

The cycle of poverty is a phenomenon where poor families, more severely in LEDCs, become trapped in poverty for generations due to limited or no access to fundamental resources such as education, financial and subsequent generations also being underprivileged. These worksheets look at the devision of wealth within India and has the students look at life through the eyes of a poor family as to whether they should move from the country to the city, where they should move to and how to make money. One way of making money in the city is by making paper bags, they are sold to shop and stall holders who sell rice and spices. Ten bags will earn them 1 rupee (1p)! In groups they make as many bags as they can in thirty minutes…
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