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Human Rights – Uyghurs Xinjiang

An excellent unit of work investigating human rights with a case study of China generally and specifically the Uyghurs of western China. This unit would be suitable for Stage 5 History, Legal Studies, and International Studies. Amazing images. infographics, and statistics ready to go with activities including literacy and numeracy.

Xinjiang – Water Scarce Region

The Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR) is experiencing scarce water resources, frequent and prolonged droughts, and extreme water stress due to the following factors:
  • Inland location influenced the hyper-arid, arid and semi-arid climates.
  • Escalating population growth.
  • Rapid economic development-agriculture, mining, and industry.
  • Lax environmental laws.
  • Unsustainable management of water resources.
  • Contaminated water
  • These factors contributed to declining water quantity and deteriorating water quality.
An amazing unit of work for Water in the World:
  • lots of activities
  • literacy and numeracy focus
  • geographical skills tasks

Xinjiang – Landscapes and Landforms

Xinjiang Province is a landlocked region is surrounded by a 5,600km long border adjoining eight countries. Xinjiang covers more than 18% of China’s land area, making it the largest region in China. The Eurasian ‘Pole of Inaccessibility’ is a place on land that is farthest from any ocean. It is located in Xinjiang (China) about 2,648 km from the Yellow Sea (China), Arctic Ocean (Russia), and Indian Ocean (India) This unit of work investigates the landscape and landforms of this region including:
  • geomorphological processes
  • major features
  • value of these landscapes and landforms
  • skills work
  • amazing images

Place and Liveability – COVID impacts

An amazing ready-to-go unit of work for Place and Liveability with a focus on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The unit includes a liveability assessment comparison for Sydney, Tokyo, and Shanghai.