Using a cross-curricular approach, Wiegand discusses the knowledge necessary for preparing children for life in a pluralist society. Looking at theories of education for citizenship, environment education and economic and industrial understanding, it examines the evidence for what children know and feel about their own country, other countries and people in qdistantq places. He offers practical suggestions for curriculum planning and classroom activities in the primary school and examines ways in which project work on different localities can be initiated and developed.But these are still effective devices for children to store information and plot events. ... I also like the idea of each child having a personal organizer which includes some blank maps (at different scales, i.e. perhaps the UK, Europe and theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Places In The Primary School|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2012-10-12|