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Can you volunteer a couple of hours for Africa's children?

Discussion in 'Geography' started by Helenatsos, Sep 16, 2011.

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    SOS Children is a charity which looks after orphaned and abandoned children
    around the world. Here at the UK
    office, we have just received a load of high quality video clips as recorded by
    children living in our Children’s Villages in Africa.
    The clips are all about things the children themselves would like the rest of
    the world to see and offers a great opportunity to learn about Africa through their eyes. We're hoping to use some of
    the clips as a foundation for lesson plans for teachers, and need help from
    qualified teachers to make these as useful as possible.


    If you can help by simply giving us two hours to write a lesson plan
    for your subject based on one or two of the video clips I would really
    appreciate it. KS3 teachers are particularly welcome.


    Please get in touch: helen@soschildren.org, or see www.our-africa.org for some examples of video clips the children produced.
     

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