Wednesday, 27 May 2015

Investigating London - a new scheme of work


Paul Turner has shared a very creative scheme of work which uses a range of mapping tools and enquiry fieldwork approaches to investigate inequality across the city of London. It is based on the book 'The 32 Stops' by Danny Dorling, which has featured on this blog before, and is an excellent read if you haven't already come across it.

The work is attractively produced, and shared on Dropbox. The materials have been created using Google Drive, and Paul is keen for any comments that you may have to be added.
Go HERE to view and download the materials.

This is part of a longer term plan from Paul to share more of his material in this way... Sharing is definitely caring, and these are well thought out and accessible materials which, with a little adaptation could be used for other large cities too.

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