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– September 2019.
Oxfam has a collection of worksheet templates available as PDFs. These can be used in a variety of subjects, to help your students organise, make sense of and critically engage with information.
A chart to help students activate their prior knowledge and help direct their future learning:
- K – What do students already KNOW about the topic?
- W – What do students WANT to find out?
- L – What have students LEARNT as they research?
- H – HOW could students learn even more?
A chart to help students sequentially list events or actions.
Diamond ranking chart
A chart that helps students order information.
A chart to help students evaluate issues to aid decision-making:
- P – Plus, or positive elements
- M – Minus, or negative elements
- I – Interesting, or things that can’t be categorised as good or bad.
A blank map of the world for multiple uses. Oxfam uses Peters Projection for all of its maps of the world. If desired, teachers and students are welcome to undertake a webquest and discuss why we may use this map.
- What were your first impressions when you saw this map?
- Why did Peters create his map?
- What countries are bigger, and what countries are smaller?
- How does this projection affect your view of the world?
- Why might Oxfam choose to use this map?
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