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• Focused on exhibit
• Role play activity
• Secondary school students
• Loose parts
• Pedagogies of emotion
Educating students on what happened
• Between 1914 and 1918, millions of African and colonial
soldiers served in long campaigns that spanned the whole of
the African and European continents, contributing to
victories throughout the First World War.
• Nearly four million Indians were -'volunteers' in the British
Army during the two World Wars.
• Soldiers from British and French African territories
were brought to Europe's western front, where hundreds
and thousands lost their lives alongside
unknown, unheralded and undocumented African labourers
Comparison with current events
• 2.5 million Muslims fought for Britain in WW1
• Current Islamophobia
• Shared history
• Learning from the past to prevent making the same mistakes
• Students are free to visit the exhibition
• After they visiting the entire exhibition, different
props and role cards will be provided. They can
choose to play soldiers of different races and tell the
story by using what they learned from the exhibition.
• More interesting and attractive
• Children playing with loose parts are using more
creativity and imagination and developing more skill
and competence than they would playing with most
modern plastic toys.
E.g. Problem Solving; Creativity; Concentration;
Language and vocabulary building; Literacy;
• Putting students in the position of
acting like the soldiers
• 2.9 billion Muslims worldwide today
• Untold stories of Muslim soldiers in
• Personal accounts from before the war
could be similar to students and their
lives today - relatable
• Learning about the experiences of