The World and You Teacher's Resource by Richard Deakin, Sam Graham


The World and You Teacher's Resource by Richard Deakin, Sam Graham

The Citizenship editions of the Understanding People in Society series provide a comprehensive and adaptable programme of study for the relevant 5-14 Environmental Studies Attainment Outcomes, covering all necessary Key Features and Strands. The focus is on social issues such as rights and responsibilities, individual and social needs, conflict and decision-making, and organisations and structures in society. The titles are published in association with UNICEF, to whom a contribution is made for every book sold. The World and You is aimed at P7-S2 and is ideal as an introductory course for modern studies or for personal and social education in the four key areas of Citizenship as identified in the 5-14 document Education for Citizenship . The World and You Teacher's Resource accompanies the pupil book of the same title and provides detailed planning grids, notes for each chapter, guidance on lesson plans, assessment and record-keeping, plus an extensive range of photocopiable pupil activities.

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Series Editors: Muir Johnstone and Sam Graham

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88 pages


Richard Deakin, Sam Graham
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Publication date

30th July 2004



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