French by Sarah Slater, Margot Brown, Amnesty International
  

Synopsis

French by Sarah Slater, Margot Brown, Amnesty International

The series Human Rights in the Curriculum is designed to help secondary teachers communicate an understanding of human rights and responsibilities at Key Stages 3 and 4 and above in the National Curriculum of England and Wales and in that of Northern Ireland; and at Standard Grade, Intermediate, Higher and Advanced Higher levels in Scotland. The series will also be of value to teacher educators and those working in human rights education and related areas.

About the Author

Sarah Slater is a teacher, and Margot Brown, Director of the Centre for Global Education, lecturer and author. Previous publications include Human Rights: Global Perspectives (Development Education Association, 1999).

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Format

Spiral bound
80 pages

Author

Sarah Slater, Margot Brown, Amnesty International
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Publisher

Amnesty International UK

Publication date

11th April 2002

ISBN

9781873328514


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