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Resource conflict – a Teachit resource

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Explore how and why resources are a source of conflict. Photo © GGVogman.

Introduction

The GA have formed a working partnership with Teachit, a thriving community of over 480,000 teachers sharing resources and finding inspiration. We are delighted to provide this as part of a range of resources and activity materials for use across key stages 3-5. Each resource consists of teacher notes and activity sheets, which you can download in either Word or PDF format, as well as a PowerPoint presentation that you can use in class. The resources cover a variety of topics and themes, all of which fall within the current National Curriculum, GCSE and A level curricula.

 

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Activities based on the relationship between resources and conflict.

 

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Resource conflict PowerPoint

 

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