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16 Jun 2014

Free World Cup Resources available from Oxfam

Oxfam has created a range of free, fun and creative PE resources for teachers, using the 2014 World Cup as a topical entry-point to explore issues of inequality.

The activities use the global game to help students examine inequality between and within countries, consider how making new rules in soccer could make the game fairer, explore soccer players and other people who have taken action to make the world fairer, examine news around the World Cup, and understand the causes, effects and solutions to inequality in Brazil. Created by Oxfam Great Britain, Oxfam Australia has identified the resources are suitable for Australian students at junior Secondary and senior Primary levels.

The suite of resources also include learning streams for English, Geography, Maths and Civics and Citizenship, Oxfam has also mapped the resources to the English, Geography and Maths curricula for Year 7 and 8 Levels. The full list of downloadable resources is available from Oxfam Australia’s Schools Program website.  

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