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World Food Day and Geography Presentation

Added: 19 Sep 2018 Contributor: Tara Fitzharris Resource type: Presentation

This 18 slide presentation helps to bring World Food Day into the classroom. It is closely linked to the new Junior Cycle geography specification. It is based on the topic of Hunger, which links closely with Strand 2 and 3 of the course. It contains activities for students to complete on this topic.

How it maps to the curriculum


Strand: 3. Exploring People, Place and Change

Strand unit: 8. Role of Development Assistance

Suggestions for use: This could be used in a stand-alone class to teach students about World Food Day, celebrated on the 16th October for geography. Or it could be used to revise concepts around Hunger to show links between the various strands in the Junior Cycle Geography Specification.

Key Skills:

  • Being Creative
  • Communicating
  • Managing Information and Thinking
  • Staying Well
  • Working with Others
  • Literacy
  • Numeracy
  • Managing Myself

Meta information

  • Asset type: Presentation
  • Language: English
  • Rights: Attribution Creative Commons
  • Cost: No
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