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The need for charities

Overall rating 3 out of 53.8 (4 ratings)

Last updated 11 November 2013, created 23 October 2011, viewed 7,827

This lesson looks at the need for charities. Students become their own charity and work in teams to rescue the citizens from Hurricane Katrina.

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  • Powerpoint documentTutorial
    CHARITIES POVERTY.ppt (750kb, Powerpoint document)
  • Powerpoint documentTutorial
    CHARITY RESCUE.ppt (732kb, Powerpoint document)
  • Word documentWorksheet
    Decisions sheet.doc (66kb, Word document)
  • Powerpoint documentTutorial
    Hurricane Katrina.ppt (913kb, Powerpoint document)
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Thank you for sharing your resource. This resource has been recommended by TES Resource Team and will feature in Today’s news, tomorrow’s lesson.

from TES Resource Team, 11 November 2013. Member of the TES Panel.
(report comment) 5 out of 5 Recommended

Thanks used your worksheet as a basis for my lesson.

from rectorswife, 17 March 2013
(report comment) 4 out of 5

Hurricane Katrina could be a good start to a case study Thanks for sharing :)

from Geography_85, 11 May 2012
(report comment) 3 out of 5

Lots of examples of charities which pupils can refer to especially in longer style answers - would you differentiate between religious and secular charities as this is what some exam boards would want. Good example of Hurricane Katrina which should help pupils gain extra marks in exam

from JodiP, 09 February 2012
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