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Aiming to provoke thought and elicit questions, this book explains facts about the world's population simply. Instead of unimaginable billions, it presents the whole world as a village of just 100 people. We find out that 22 speak a Chinese dialect and that 17 can't read or write. This book includes guidance on teaching activities for use in the classroom and includes notes for parents and teachers as well as extra teachning activities.
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Updated since the original hardback editionA fascinating way to help children discover the world's people and their different ways of life. Every school should hve a copyEach page presents compelling statistics, in numbers that are easy to manageThe book covers major global issues simply, factually and non-politically Each page is beautifully illustrated adding enormous visual appeal The book includes guidance on teaching activities for use in the classroom Includes notes for parents and teachers and extra teaching activities on the A&C Black website

About the Author

David J Smith is an award-winning author and an educational consultantwho lectures all over the world about 'global understanding'. He hasbeen featured in BBC interviews online and in newsmagazines.

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The global village is represented by 100 lively folks who show readers similarities and differences among the planet's people. There are plenty of potential math lessons here as well. Copyright 2004 Reed Business Information.

'every school should have a copy.' Global Dimension (August 2009) 'Original, brilliant and sometimes heart rending.' Books for Keeps (September 2011)

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