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Teachers: make sure you have read the How to use the curriculum file. Remember, you can also print the unit pages and photocopy them for class use.
| || Project description: About this project, its subject matter and objectives.|
How to use the curriculum: Some suggestions and a quick breakdown of the Cities curriculum.
| || Table of contents: 6 complete teaching units about cities, each with its own objectives, summary, text, and activities.|
| || Animated Information: An interactive introduction to the Habitat conference.|
Cities Fact Game: An interactive on-line quiz about cities around the world.
The Ideal City: What does your ideal city look like? What's important? A classroom excercise to build understanding about urbanization ...and have fun too!
Plus activities for each teaching unit!
| || Background information: 9 complete “Backgrounders,” prepared by the United Nations Department of Public Information in preparation for the United Nations Conference on Human Settlements.|
Doing good: 105 of the best ways to deal with urbanization. Selected from over 600 submissions from 95 countries, national committees for Habitat II, regional and international organisations.
City Profiles: A collection of 21 profiles of some of the world’s largest cities.
Bibliography: UN publications that were used as source material for the curriculum, and how you can order copies of your own.