Two Donkeys for Joe by
  

Two Donkeys for Joe

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Part of the Junior African Writers: HIV/AIDS Readers Series

RRP £4.50

Synopsis

Two Donkeys for Joe by

To the Teacher Use this story for life skills, health or cultural studies lessons, or as Reader in English class. The following key concepts are dealt with: * It is a reponsibility to look after someone who is ill. * Children who are looking after adults need support from adults and other children in the community. * Adults who are ill need to talk to children about their future. * Children who are looking after ill adults need time off from their responsibilities. Young adults are more vulnerable to HIV/AIDS than anyone else. We should encourage children to develop self-respect and respect for others from an early age. This is one of the JAWS HIV/AIDS Readers developed for secondary school learners.The story conveys the subtle psycho-social dimensions of the pandemic affecting learners' lives (personal and social developement). It can also be used as a Reader, or to help teachers introduce subject matter that is difficult to manage in the classroom.

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Format

Paperback
16 pages

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Publisher

Heinemann an imprint of Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

30th September 2003

ISBN

9780435912147


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