New KS3 resource uses computer animation technology
A new KS3 road safety resource, ‘Silent City Streets’, has been released by Studio Distract.
Silent City Streets covers road safety issues alongside social issues, community considerations and personal safety.
It has been developed using the latest computer animation technology to engage this hard to reach generation, particularly targeting the Year 8 and 9 age groups.
The pack contains 30 investigation discs featuring two interactive stories involving a collision on the streets of Silent City. A discussion disc and guideline are also included for the session leader, along with nine lesson plans.
Contact Alex Platt on 0161 237 5540 for an evaluation copy or go to: www.roadsafetyresources.co.uk.
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