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Development Education activity packs, 1990-2004

MS.Oxfam DEV/7/1/6

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  1. 'Go Bananas'. The pack consisits of a set of photographs and activity sheets for children aged from five to eleven, about the journey of a banana from the Caribbean to the UK, written by Ange Grunsell and Theresa Stearn of the Primary Education Unit in North London. There are three editions dated, 1990,1995 and 2004.
  2. '"Make your Mark": A pack for adult literacy groups', designed by Sarah Crowley, 1990. The pack includes information sheets about literacy groups in Namibia, an article from 'Oxfam Project News', a bookmark for International Literacy Year and a flier for the Education Catalogue 1990/1991.
  3. 'Changing Places; a teaching pack on Brazil, the UK and the Environment', written and trialled by Chris Mason and Sarah Wilkinson for the Development Education Unit in Newcastle, 1991. The pack contains a teachers' booklet and case study sheets for use with sixth form students.
  4. 'Yorkshire Tea "Trees for Life" 1991'. The pack is supporting material for Yorkshire Tea's tea planting project in the Hararghe region of Ethiopia, which is in partnership with Oxfam. [Produced by Taylors Tea & Coffee, Harrogate].
Also includes 'Photo Opportunities', 1991-2002. These four packs were designed for primary school students and contain photographs, and a teachers' booklet. Comprising:
  1. Photo Opportunities, 1991 and a Third edition, 2000. The origianl photographs were taken from the '1991 Oxfam Diary'.
  2. Photo Opportunities Maths, written by Jayne Spiller, 2001. The pack also includes a wallchart.
  3. 'Photo Opportunities Science', written by Pamela Wadsworth, 2002. The pack was published with The Association for Science Education, and also includes a wallchart.


  • 1990-2004


1 box (5 folders)


MS.Oxfam DEV/7/1/6

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Weston Library
Broad Street
Oxford OX1 3BG United Kingdom