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China Now - website to introduce China to primary students

Overall rating 2 out of 52.5 (6 ratings)

Last updated 15 February 2013, created 14 November 2007, viewed 6,848

This website includes a PowerPoint presentation for use in class or assembly entitled ‘Welcome to China’, together with teachers’ notes. It’s suitable for primary students and introduces China to students. The resource pack contains suggested activities lin ked to the national curriculum and sample schemes of work.

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confused :-(. This link doesn't seem to be working, Has it expired? Is there any other way I can access this powerpoint presentation?

from evcoffey, 17 August 2009
(report comment) 3 out of 5

china. very useful

from thehawk, 17 February 2008
(report comment) 5 out of 5

Bumper start for 2008 Beijing Olympics. Welcome to China Pack is an accessible resource with a power point presentation and useful notes for primary schools. Excellent start on a spring term with this colourful and practical resource to introduce China to pupils before the 2008 Beijing Olympics. I think schools should make the use of it to integrate China as a cross curricular topic throughout the term which I will do by also organising workshops through China Now website. Thumbs up!!

from iclal, 02 January 2008
(report comment) 4 out of 5

Disappointing. Dated and uninspiring. Produced by HSBC/British Council as a nice introduction for Chinese Teaching Assitants in the UK who are still moulded to the Chinese way of teaching. Any high performing school should steer well clear.

from deeply dippy, 23 November 2007
(report comment) 1 out of 5
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