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1a) An introduction to development- movie KS3

This movie introduces development at KS4 level. To enlarge the movie click on the tab in the bottom right hand corner.

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1b) An introduction to development- indicators presentation

These resources help to introduce the topic, and recap upon previous learning. This presentation looks at the different ways in which we can measure development.  

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1b) An introduction to development- presentation

This presentation looks at contrasting development around the world, in addition to the different ways in which development can be classified.

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1c) An introduction to development- measuring development worksheet

These resources help to introduce the topic, and recap upon previous learning. This measuring development worksheet allows possible ICT links, if access is available, although it can be completed with an atlas if ICT access is not possible.

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2) Development indicators presentation

This presentation looks at the different ways in which we can measure development, with the advantages and disadvantages for these different development indicators.

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2a) Trade game- presentation

These resources provide a fun way in which to simulate trade. Pupils are working in the dice manufacturing industry. They work in groups and are allotted different countries. The MEDCs have the tools to manufacture the dice, whilst the LEDCs have the raw materials (dice nets). Groups have to trade to start producing. Groups then get paid for completed dice. This presentation explains the game to pupils.

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2b) Trade game- dice net

This is the net that is needed for the trade game. Ideally it needs to be printed or photocopied onto card, although paper will work ok.

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2c) Trade game- currency

This is the currency that is used in the trade game. It is paid to pupil groups for completed dice.

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2d) Trade game- teacher instructions

These instructions give a detailed guide as to how this game works, and how it can be an effective trade simulating tool in the classroom.

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2e) Trade game- follow up questions

This worksheet allows pupils to reflect upon the game and how it might replicate trading in the real world.

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3a) How does GDP vary- map

These tasks look at contrasting GDP per capita around the world. Pupils have to produce a choropleth map and work through a variety of other tasks. This is the map for pupils to use.

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3a) Trade- presentation

This presentation introduces trade, trade groups, the imbalance of world trade and its impact upon world development.

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3b) How does GDP vary- standard worksheet

These tasks look at contrasting GDP per capita around the world. Pupils have to produce a choropleth map and work through a variety of other tasks. This is the standard worksheet where GDP figures are already provided for pupils.

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3b) Trade- the EU and the contrasting development within

This presentation looks at the European Union and its functions. It also takes a look at the contrasts seen between member countries.

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3c) How does GDP vary- harder worksheet

This is a harder verison of the worksheet where pupils need to find GDP data for themselves, using their ICT or atlas skills.

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3d) How does GDP vary- choropleth mapping presentation

This choropleth mapping presentation will help pupils with this skill, as it is required to complete the GDP map.

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4a) Development myths- contrasting development presentation

These resources look at some common myths surrounding development. This contrasting development presentation asks pupils to look at a range of images, with a very interesting conclusion at the end.  

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4a) Trade game- presentation

This presentation introduces this KS4 trading game. Pupils work as different countries, trading materials in order to manufacture, and sell, sprinter vans.

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4b) Development myths- busting development myths worksheet

These resources look at some common myths surrounding development. This busting development myths worksheet requires ICT access, as pupils research a range of development myths.

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4b) Trade game- teacher instructions

These instructions explain the game in further detail including equipment needed.

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4c) Trade game- van net

This is the net that pupils will use to construct their vans. Ideally it will be photocopied on white card, although paper will work.

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4d) Trade game- currency

This is the currency that is used to pay pupils for completed vans at the and of the game.

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4e) Trade game- follow up questions

These questions get pupils thinking about the game and how it relates to trade in the real world.

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5) Millennium development goals- movie

This movie introduces the Millennium development goals, and provides a stimulus for further work on the subject. Click on the tab in the bottom right corner to enlarge.

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5a) Aid presentation

This presentation demonstrates the different types of aid, in terms of time scale and the way in which it is given. It also discusses the advantages and disadvantages for each of the aid types.

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5b) Aid- Aswan Dam presentation

This presentation focusses on the Aswan Dam, Egypt a development project funded by Russian bilateral aid.

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6a) Millenium development goals movie

This movie introduces the Millennium development goals, and provides a stimulus for further work on the subject. Click on the tab in the bottom right corner to enlarge.

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6b) Millennium development goals worksheet

This worksheet links well with the movie, getting pupils to think about which goals are more important, and what sort of progress we are making towards them. 

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