TES citizenship teaching videos
Secondary citizenship - TrueTube citizenship teaching videos
These videos and materials have been shared with the teaching community by TES Resources content partner TrueTube. They cover a wide range of citizenship topics and issues, in useful clips and interviews which are excellent ways for promoting discussion and raising awareness.
Work and employment
- A young person uncertain about how to find work, interviews a range of people about their work - what they wanted to be and what they’ve ended up doing.
- People are interviewed about their attitudes to the dole. Few, if any, have any idea how much benefit people receive.
- Two people from very different jobs and with very different attitudes, talk about work and job satisfaction.
- Kevin who works as a TV producer went straight into employment, whereas Sharon went to university first. They talk about the pros and cons of each route.
- Space Scientist, Dr Maggie Anderin-Pocock talks about being inspired by space at the age of six. She describes her job, the variety and why she loves it.
Issues in community, society and the Olympics
- Two teenage girls give their opinion on gangs. Rather strident, unrestrained personal view - contentious!
- The world needs a new breed Of hero. Are you up to the challenge? Comprises emotive images and music that makes cycling look extremely trendy.
- Five Star Films took the approach of two local protagonists with different opinions on the impact of the Olympics.
- Newham Young Star’s film posed lots of questions about the Olympics in a very creative way before stating their own demands as the local youth.
- The A Cast asked “What do you know about the Olympics?” They took a list of basic questions on to the streets of Newham and asked what, where, and how long are the Olympics.
- Knock Knock productions look at who can benefit from the Olympics coming to London - from corporate business to the media and the government.
- Team Exposure each took on an issue important to them and their community - From crime to regeneration to pride.