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Teaching about the abolition of the Atlantic slave trade: principles to adopt, pitfalls to avoid - B. Miles (2006)
Ten principles for the teaching about the abolition of the Atlantic slave trade that go beyond the history and citizenship curricula.
Website resources for mathematics and science in community languages
Websites providing resources on words, phrases and activities for mathematics and science in community languages.
Materials to support EAL pupils in Secondary Schools - M. Brown (2005)
Guidelines, strategies and selected materials from across the curriculum to support EAL pupils in secondary schools. Also applicable to primary phase.
Access and Engagement in Science (EAL) - DfES National Strategies (2002)
This document provides guidance for subject leaders and classroom teachers on making the Science curriculum accessible to learners of English as an additional language (EAL).
Analysing multicultural and anti-racist science education - R. Dennick
A review of an article which illustrates the appropriation of scientific discoveries by European cultures whilst reducing others' efforts.
Science teaching and religious values - S. Ashrif (1992)
A review of an article which argues for an 'honest' approach to science and attempts to describe some of the elements of an anti-racist approach.
'Racist Society, Racist Science' - R. M. Young (1987)
A review of a chapter from a book/academic paper with a link to the full text. The author argues that a racist society has created a racist science and that a rethink of the science curriculum is needed.
Review of Peacock (Ed) (1992) Science in Primary Schools: The Multicultural Dimension
A review of a book which explores the multicultural element of primary science.
Reviews of Cross, A. & Peet, G. (1997) & (1998) Teaching Science in the Primary School (Books 1 & 2)
Reviews of two books with a particular focus on chapters addressing equal opportunities and science.
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