This fantastic new KS3 resource introduces the topic of Globalisation. It demonstrates how this phenomenon is changing our world and highlights the exciting implications it has for your students.
Globaleyes is based on young people's real experiences and presented via social networking pages – something all your students will love!
On this site you'll find the 'profile pages' of nine young people from around the world. They contain videos, blogs, pictures and postings specially designed to help you run six interactive lessons.
Get to know the profiles and resources on this site and you'll realise just how easy-to-use and fun Globaleyes is. Start on the 'HOME' page, then browse around as you would any social networking site.
There's a range of captivating content on this site – everything you need for six great lessons. Just click on the tabs above to see lesson frameworks and associated materials, then print out or download what you need.
Each framework is flexible, so you can use Globaleyes as a whole unit of work or as standalone lessons or activities. The progression sheet below suggests how to incorporate this programme into your school structure. To extend the lessons further to include volunteering, check out the lessons below created by our friends at VSO.
Although designed with PHSE and Citizenship in mind, Globaleyes can be used across the curriculum within English, D&T, Geography. You could also use Globaleyes as the theme for a collapse-curriculum day - the document below explains how this could work.
Globaleyes is funded by the Department for Education and has origins in the Global Fellowship programme. For three years this inspiring programme has given talented 18-19 year-olds the chance to visit countries with major emerging economies. They then return home and share their learnings with young people in the wider community.