CHILD LABOUR; A CHILD'S PERSPECTIVE

Gold level

Published on 11/25/2012

Learning objectives

  • About the child labour victim's plight and the impact labour has had on his/her well being
  • To appreciate the fortunes of not being engaged in labour activities but being educated
  • To learn to solve real world issues.
Created for

Ages 14 - 18

Subject

Art / Design

Language arts and literacy

Social Studies

Technology/ICT

Twenty-first century skills

21st Century Skills

Collaboration

Communication

Knowledge building & critical thinking

Global awareness & civic literacy

ICT for learning

Problem solving & innovation (creativity)

Student self-assessment

Required hardware

PC

Phone

Instructional approach

Project based learning (PBL)

Personalized learning

Direct instruction

Independent study

Learning activity details

The project seeks to highlight the impact labour has had on the labour victim with the view to making students better appreciate the fortunes of not being engaged in such laborious and hazardous labour activities but rather enjoying education paid for by their parents.

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