FORCED MIGRATION TOOLKIT
Doc Academy and Comic Relief have teamed up to produce a free toolkit that explores the complex topic of forced migration whilst inspiring social action and advocacy with the help of powerful documentary storytelling.
Full of interactive exercises from 15 minutes to
1 hour, the toolkit uses clips from the BBC’s BAFTA award-winning documentary Exodus: Our Journey to Europe & Red Nose Day clips to develop students’ media literacy skills, critical thinking and empathy.
Made for in the classroom, form and tutor groups, after-school groups and as part of assemblies and year-group projects.
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Doc Academy have also developed with teachers free curriculum-linked lesson plans for English Language KS3 & KS4 using 10 film clips from the BBC’s BAFTA award-winning documentary Exodus: Our Journey to Europe.
Follow English teacher Hassan, from Syria, as he leaves his war-torn country and attempts to travel to the UK. His story enables students to practice a range of reading, writing and listening skills while developing their understanding of forced migration.
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