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#1 Amy R

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Posted 06 December 2017 - 09:59 AM

I wonder if anyone can help?


I am looking for a First World War cemetery sampling resource.  Unfortunately, my very old copy (which I haven't used for a number of years) has gone missing.  In the resource there were a list of soldiers, I think they were a Canadian Regiment, and where they were buried.  I seem to remember that in the lesson each pupil had to count every 4 soldiers and record their details, age, rank etc.  Pupils then worked in groups and analysed their findings.  I think the resource came from a teacher's resource book which accompanied a textbook.


Is this ringing any bells for anyone?

Any help much appreciated :)



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