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New Topic on China

Discussion in 'Primary' started by KateReynolds, Dec 15, 2011.

  1. I teach Year 5 and we are starting a new half term topic on China after Feb half term. We want to make sure we look at the technology and human rights aspects as well as the usual goeg map stuff. We are also linking in Phillip Pulman's Firework maker's daughter too.
    Anybody got any great China contacts or resources they have used OR anything on the book please?
  2. marlin

    marlin Star commenter Forum guide

  3. Thank you so very much. What a wonderful resource this website is. I shall spend many a happy hour reading through these now. Happy Christmas
  4. Cervinia

    Cervinia Occasional commenter

    Get them to research/come up with ideas as to what they're doing here...


    And here...


  5. I would recommend the story Yeh Shen - the chinese version of Cinderella, we have been studying it in Year 4 and the kids love it.
    Not sure where it would fit in though - sorry - I just love the story!
    video on YouTube too
    book is available as Big Book, I have lots of resources I think somewhere for the book if you would like.


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