Raisins - South Africa
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This lesson allows the class to explore man made and natural features on an island and which have been influenced by the development of Fairtrade.
This lesson allows the children to discuss the specific ways in which Fairtrade benefits various producer groups.
In this lesson the class work out the proportions of Fairtrade ingredients in an Apricot Geobar.
In this lesson pupils write a news article about the difference that Fairtrade has made to communities on islands in the Orange River.
In this lesson the children use a cartoon strip to learn about where the Fairtrade premium comes from and what it is spent on.
In this lesson the pupils write poems about the positive effects of Fairtrade.
In this lesson the class investigates the conditions needed to turn grapes into raisins as well as some of the environmental standards Fairtrade raisin producers have to meet.
In this lesson children start to think about the different people in a supply chain and how conventional trade and Fairtrade affects them.
In this lesson children play snap while learning the names of fruit in Spanish. They then investigate whether the fruit is available as "Commercio Justo."
In this lesson the class designs a new Fairtrade logo specifically for young people.