People, Places and other Societies

UFR’s resources on People, Places & other societies' are focused on the strands: identity, culture and organisation, place and environment, continuity and change and the economic world . These supplementary materials are photocopiable and written by teachers for teachers.
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Developed by experienced teacher Sylvia Cilas, Awesome Atlas Activities provides a wide range of place-focused learning activities, high interest challenges, quizzes, puzzles designed to build mapping skills, and support learners to research information about continents, countries, capital cities, and physical features. They are arranged into mini units that focus on each of the continents. Answers are provided for all activities.

Developed by experienced teacher Sylvia Cilas, Awesome Atlas Activities provides a wide range of place-focused learning activities, high interest challenges, quizzes, puzzles designed to build mapping skills, and support learners to research information about continents, countries, capital cities, and physical features. They are arranged into mini units that focus on each of the continents. Answers are provided for all activities.

Retired social studies teacher John Brundall's top-selling resource Atlas Challenges, provides great learning activities around mapping skills, climates, oceans, seas, world locations, cities, population density and lots more, with in depth sections on local features. Activities are fun and support both independent learning, group work and homework. Useful for research or revision.

Retired social studies teacher John Brundall's top-selling resource Atlas Challenges, provides great learning activities around mapping skills, climates, oceans, seas, world locations, cities, population density and lots more, with in depth sections on local features. Activities are fun and support both independent learning, group work and homework. Useful for research or revision.

John Brundall's top selling series presents students with an opportunity to explore ten separate topics on Antarctica with the help of twenty-eight skills-based activities. Activities range from map and diagram work to chart reading, written work, discussion, and presenting an argument.

John Brundall's top selling series presents students with an opportunity to explore ten separate topics on Antarctica with the help of twenty-eight skills-based activities. Activities range from map and diagram work to chart reading, written work, discussion, and presenting an argument.

Peter Clutterbuck's top selling history series is a great introduction to the important events and ideas that have shaped us as a nation. The three book series takes the same topics and reshapes them for different age levels from lower to upper primary. Different text for different readers, different activities, same history!

Peter Clutterbuck's top selling history series is a great introduction to the important events and ideas that have shaped us as a nation. The three book series takes the same topics and reshapes them for different age levels from lower to upper primary. Different text for different readers, different activities, same history!

Best selling series Other Societies is a seven book resource that explores cultures and everyday life of seven societies from the past. Book G: Vikings

Best selling series Other Societies is a seven book resource that explores cultures and everyday life of seven societies from the past. Book G: Vikings

Best selling series Other Societies is a seven book resource that explores cultures and everyday life of seven societies from the past.  Book A: Ancient Greece

Best selling series Other Societies is a seven book resource that explores cultures and everyday life of seven societies from the past. Book A: Ancient Greece

This comprehensive 84-page photocopiable resource is designed as an educational introduction to China, its people and its cultures. With business and social links between China and the West continually growing, this resource is the perfect way to introduce students to the cultures, lifestyles, traditional stories, history, symbols and arts and crafts of this very important, fascinating and ancient nation, and to foster understanding of different cultures and peoples.

This comprehensive 84-page photocopiable resource is designed as an educational introduction to China, its people and its cultures. With business and social links between China and the West continually growing, this resource is the perfect way to introduce students to the cultures, lifestyles, traditional stories, history, symbols and arts and crafts of this very important, fascinating and ancient nation, and to foster understanding of different cultures and peoples.

Written by well-travelled teachers Lyn Potter, Kate Potter and Rachel Goodchild these three resources are designed to introduce learners to Japan. This photocopiable resource has wide range of engaging cross-curriculum activities that will help build awareness and literacy. Students learn about cultures, languages, the people, history, food, symbols, and art. Excellent for independent learners working on individual or group projects.

Written by well-travelled teachers Lyn Potter, Kate Potter and Rachel Goodchild these three resources are designed to introduce learners to Japan. This photocopiable resource has wide range of engaging cross-curriculum activities that will help build awareness and literacy. Students learn about cultures, languages, the people, history, food, symbols, and art. Excellent for independent learners working on individual or group projects.

Written by well-travelled teachers Lyn Potter, Kate Potter and Rachel Goodchild these three resources are designed to introduce learners to India. This photocopiable resource has wide range of engaging cross-curriculum activities that will help build awareness and literacy. Students learn about cultures, languages, the people, history, food, symbols, and art. Excellent for independent learners working on individual or group projects.

Written by well-travelled teachers Lyn Potter, Kate Potter and Rachel Goodchild these three resources are designed to introduce learners to India. This photocopiable resource has wide range of engaging cross-curriculum activities that will help build awareness and literacy. Students learn about cultures, languages, the people, history, food, symbols, and art. Excellent for independent learners working on individual or group projects.


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Secondary Science teacher Veronica Armstrong's Climate Change provides informative and easy-to-use materials. This superb two-book series is packed with facts, figures, experiments diagrams, photographs and engaging activities.

Secondary Science teacher Veronica Armstrong's Climate Change provides informative and easy-to-use materials. This superb two-book series is packed with facts, figures, experiments diagrams, photographs and engaging activities.

Marking the 100 year centenary of World War I, we bring you - Australia and World War I - Teaching and Learning about the Great War. Written by teacher Brenda Gurr, this resource uses a student inquiry approach to explore five major aspects of the Australian wartime experiences: outbreak of war, at war, the home front, after the war, remembering war.

Marking the 100 year centenary of World War I, we bring you - Australia and World War I - Teaching and Learning about the Great War. Written by teacher Brenda Gurr, this resource uses a student inquiry approach to explore five major aspects of the Australian wartime experiences: outbreak of war, at war, the home front, after the war, remembering war.

From Jenny Dove's best selling Applied Literacy series -  Social Science Writing Skills provides Social Science teachers with scaffolded writing tasks, exemplars and step-by-step guidelines. Supports students to develop and apply literacy skills in a broad range of Social Sciences contexts.

From Jenny Dove's best selling Applied Literacy series - Social Science Writing Skills provides Social Science teachers with scaffolded writing tasks, exemplars and step-by-step guidelines. Supports students to develop and apply literacy skills in a broad range of Social Sciences contexts.

The Eco World Savers series will suit teachers who are looking at issues of sustainability in either social studies, geography or science. In five books the series provides an engaging introduction to contemporary environmental issues that we face globally and locally in New Zealand. Activities scaffold learning, invite problem solving and decision-making. Fact, figures, information and teacher's notes all included.

The Eco World Savers series will suit teachers who are looking at issues of sustainability in either social studies, geography or science. In five books the series provides an engaging introduction to contemporary environmental issues that we face globally and locally in New Zealand. Activities scaffold learning, invite problem solving and decision-making. Fact, figures, information and teacher's notes all included.

With over 20 topics across both books, each starts with big inquiry question for example: Which people developed the first civilization? Why are the ancient Egyptians important? In what ways did the Romans leave their mark? What was the Renaissance? Why were there voyages of discovery? Suitable for able learners who like to work independently or in small groups.

With over 20 topics across both books, each starts with big inquiry question for example: Which people developed the first civilization? Why are the ancient Egyptians important? In what ways did the Romans leave their mark? What was the Renaissance? Why were there voyages of discovery? Suitable for able learners who like to work independently or in small groups.

Acting Locally Thinking Globally provides teachers with informative and easy-to-use materials that support learning units focused on local environmental protection and sustainability. The resource is packed with facts, figures, diagrams, photographs and information. The supporting activities are grouped into four sections: being energy-wise; being water-wise; being waste-conscious; and being transport savvy. Great for seniors.

Acting Locally Thinking Globally provides teachers with informative and easy-to-use materials that support learning units focused on local environmental protection and sustainability. The resource is packed with facts, figures, diagrams, photographs and information. The supporting activities are grouped into four sections: being energy-wise; being water-wise; being waste-conscious; and being transport savvy. Great for seniors.

Help your learners to inquire into extreme events through the eyes of others with John Brundall's What a Disaster! Explore the impact that the events have had on the lives of "eyewitnesses" from the time. This photocopiable resource is packed with learning activities based on  stories, graphs, statistics, fact files, interviews, pictures and maps. Lots of fun and very engaging. Suitable for older primary learners.

Help your learners to inquire into extreme events through the eyes of others with John Brundall's What a Disaster! Explore the impact that the events have had on the lives of "eyewitnesses" from the time. This photocopiable resource is packed with learning activities based on stories, graphs, statistics, fact files, interviews, pictures and maps. Lots of fun and very engaging. Suitable for older primary learners.

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Introduce junior secondary learners to different sectors in the economy, the roles people play, planning and budgeting, money values, entrepreneurship, and managing money.

Introduce junior secondary learners to different sectors in the economy, the roles people play, planning and budgeting, money values, entrepreneurship, and managing money.

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