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close this bookTeacher's Guide on Basic Environmental Health (WHO, 1999, 327 p.)
close this folderPart Two: Sample learning activities
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This section of the Teacher’s Guide includes a series of learning activities which correspond to all the chapter topics. They vary in length and complexity and will therefore be useful for different audiences. The examples which follow demonstrate the general teaching approach described in Part One.