Presentation on theme: "Planning for Global Learning. Wortley Village How are people dependent on the wider world Global interdependence What connects people and places? What."— Presentation transcript:
Wortley Village How are people dependent on the wider world Global interdependence What connects people and places? What kind of a place is it? Why is it like this? Landscape/ history/ location Is this a good/ bad place for people? Why? Place What do people do here?
How do we inform ourselves about this area of learning? What learning activities will our children engage with? What actions can we take?
Personal & prior experience The experience of others - someone who's been there The work of an influential NGO/ Charity Story, picture books, photos, video, sound, artefacts, online mapping Education website, e.g. TES, online subscription libraries, Teachers TV, BBC Class Clips How do we inform ourselves about this area of learning?
What focus? Environmental Impact & Sustainability Interdependence & Connectedness People, Culture & Diversity Hook - take a virtual journey, e.g. through a rainforest environment Find out more: Where? Why here and not there? What makes it special? Issue: who gains and who loses? Why might this matter to me? Take Action: What are people doing about it? What can I do? What is it like here? (Use, story, picture books, sense impressions, drama to explore) [PLACE] Ask & answer questions such as: What would it be like to live here/ visit? Have a definite concluding activity for the project that can be shared with others. Know that you are not alone in taking action – hundreds/ thousands of other people worldwide are trying to do something about this issue (MDGs). Use P4C/ Community of enquiry to explore this issue Research Explore & map (SPACE), use Google Earth Explore through picture books/ video etc TEACHING TOOLKIT Sense impressions 5 Ws Making pairs Most Likely to... Living Graphs Start with a photo Using Artefacts Google Maps (Earth) Quikmaps/ Scribble Maps Further research & new enquiry Decide on your personal actions Involve children in evaluation What will we do? What will the children do?