Images and Artefacts: Teacher guidance for using visual content in the classroom
It is a universal truth that a picture tells a thousand words. Images and artefacts can help bring your lessons to life. They can challenge stereotypes, engender empathy and increase your learners’ understanding of other countries and cultures.
Use this resource to explore with colleagues how to effectively use photographs in your lessons to foster debate and promote positive images of the countries you’re learning about.
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