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Learning Resources

“I’m now inspired in so many ways and have practical ideas to take back to the classroom which will enrich the curriculum”
Teacher, Perth

Cross-curricular toolkits have been developed to support both the Poppies Tour and 14-18 NOW commissions.

Aimed at 9 – 13 years olds, the lesson plans offer a springboard into First World Content, utilising the themes associated with the Poppies and artists commissions as a starting point to promote discussion and enhance learning across Literacy, Art and design and History.

The packs below can be used by teachers as either stand alone content or as a scope of work.

Poppies: Wave and Weeping Window First World War Learning resources for 9 - 13 year olds Literacy, History and Art

This pack is full of creative and practical ideas for primary and secondary teachers. It focuses on a scaffolded route into First World War content which can be adapted to suit individual needs and promotes questioning, discussion, performance, presentation, and critique.

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PABÏAU: Y DON A'R WEEPING WINDOW ADNODDAU DYSGU AM Y RHYFEL BYD CYNTAF AR GYFER PLANT 9 - 13 MLWYDD OED I GYFOETHOGI'R DYSGU YM MAES LLYTHRENNEDD, HANES A CHELF

Mae’r pecyn hwn yn llawn o syniadau creadigol ac ymarferol ar gyfer athrawon ysgolion cynradd ac ysgolion uwchradd. Mae wedi’i seilio ar lwybr dysgu fesul cam at ddeunydd ar y Rhyfel Byd Cyntaf, y gellir ei addasu i weddu i anghenion dysgu unigol, ac mae’n hybu gallu i gwestiynnu, i drafod, i berfformio, i gyflwyno a beirniadu.

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LITERACY AND ART RESOURCES FOR 11-15 YEAR OLDS

This toolkit is designed for Key Stage 3 teachers of history, literacy and art and design. It includes a range of activities to get your students talking and thinking creatively about themes associated with the First World War using the The Body Extended: Sculpture and Prosthetics exhibition as a springboard into classroom activity.

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