The stories about children and Child Rights Heroes in The Globe magazine and here, online, are the key to your students’ enthusiasm and willingness to learn and grow.
It’s important to give the students time and space to read and absorb the stories. They let your students imagine and identify with other children’s lives. You can also read aloud in class and let your students discuss and reflect on the stories.
Encourages reading Teachers say that even children who don’t usually manage to read long texts often become engrossed in the stories in The Globe. The latest issue presents the Child Rights Heroes who are candidates for the World’s Children’s Prize and contains information about the Rights of the Child. You will also find stories about the Child Jury, the Global Vote and much, much more.
Read the Globe online or download it as a PDF in many different languages here.
The Teacher’s Guide contains detailed information about how you can use the different sections and stories of the Globe when you work with the World’s Children’s Prize program.
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