Create a community

This toolkit is part of the Our Legacy theme. Explore other toolkits in this theme. 

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Overview

In this toolkit, students will explore what is needed for a community to survive and thrive, while also discovering how the FIFA World CupTM is helping to build new community hubs in Qatar.

The resources below make up a one-hour session. You can pick and choose elements to suit your students or you can download the complete lesson.  

Resources

Lesson plan: Create a Community
A step-by-step guide to the topic of community, designed for students aged 12-13 and 13-14. This lesson covers the subject areas of citizenship and geography.
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Activity Sheet 2: Create a Community
Community hub activity sheet for the main activity.
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Presentation: Create a Community
Visual aids, on-screen discussion points and hidden teacher notes to help with delivery.
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Information Sheet: Create a Community
Find out more about creating a community.
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Activity Sheet 1: Create a Community
Community hub activity sheet for the main activity.
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Quizzes

Quiz: Create a Community (Ages 12-13)
A ten-question quiz based on the lesson content.
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Quiz: Create a Community (Ages 13-14)
A ten-question quiz based on the lesson content.
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