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Citizenship 2016 Theme A: Living together in the UK

Citizenship 2016 Theme A: Living together in the UK

For teachers covering the new Edexcel 2016 Citizenship specification. This lesson focuses on the topic of Human Rights in the Theme A: Living together in the UK. Students develop their understanding of the topic through exploring the main enquiry of the lesson which asks 'Are our rights protected by the law'?. Overall, this lesson covers section 5: 'Rights, duties and values that underpin democracy and section 6: Development of human rights. The resources included with this file enable students to attempt and engage Assessment Objectives 1,2 and 3 from the specification. Notes. Three Word documents are included for this resource. 1. 'Are our rights protected by the law RESOURCE' - Page 1 to be used as a starter with the first slide on the PowerPoint presentation. Page 3 to be printed and cut as instructed with the included mark scheme given to students upon completion for peer assessment. 2. Discrimination and inequality in communities activity sheet. 3. Respect crossword to be used at the end of the lesson or at the beginning of the next one as a recap activity.
cakuchie
PSHE/Citizenship form period sessions

PSHE/Citizenship form period sessions

PSH/Citizenship for periods session part 4 of 6 ( more will be added). These cover a lot of different topics such as peer pressure, cults, prevent, body image, e-safety Hope they are useful
tomlj2002
PSHE/Citizenship form sessions

PSHE/Citizenship form sessions

PSHE/Citizenship form sessions part 5 of 7 (more will be added) These cover lots of issues like consent, body image, prevent, peer pressure, e-safety Hope it's useful
tomlj2002
PSHE/Citizenship form activities

PSHE/Citizenship form activities

PSHE/Citizenship form sessions part 3 of 5. These resources cover a wide range of topics such as consent, prevent, peer pressure, body image, e-safety etc Hope it's useful
tomlj2002
PSHE/Citizenship form sessions part 2

PSHE/Citizenship form sessions part 2

PSHE/Citizenship activities for form periods part 2 of 5. There isn't a lot on this resource as the embedded video takes up a lot space. These sessions cover lots of different areas like consent, prevent, peer pressure, body image. Hope it's useful
tomlj2002
PSHE/Citizenship form period sessions

PSHE/Citizenship form period sessions

Secondary school form period activities and sessions. Part 1 of 5. Covers lots of topics from e-safety, prevent, consent, body image etc. I hope some of these resources are useful.
tomlj2002
Ethics presentation lessons - 21 ethic questions with sources for and against

Ethics presentation lessons - 21 ethic questions with sources for and against

This is a comprehensive set of lesson resources that I have created for form lesson time. The lessons begin with the PowerPoint that introduces a brief history of ethics (religion, Socrates, Kant) then gets students to consider what we mean by the term 'ethics'. A definition is provided. The teacher then goes through how the presentations will be structured and tips for giving a good quality presentation. Students then select which one of the 21 questions they would like to investigate using the sources that have been carefully provided. Many of these sources I have come across (e.g. the Sports Gene, James Mitchell). Others I have had to research. Websites links are provided. Students then plan their presentations and present for 3 to 5 minutes. There is a checklist that can be used to provide feedback. The pictures used are not under copyright protection.
rs007
Heroes PowerPoint Presentation for Student Inspiration & Motivation

Heroes PowerPoint Presentation for Student Inspiration & Motivation

A PowerPoint presentation created to inspire students to stay in school and achieve great things. Heroes include Dr. Jonas Salk, Michael Jordan, Harriet Tubman, Eleanor Roosevelt, and others. I included male and female role models and journal prompts for student writing. This lesson is student-centered meaning: --it allows you to become a facilitator --happier teachers --happier students --happier administrators
learningisawesomewithmrsalinas
AnimalKind lesson plan 7: My needs are your needs

AnimalKind lesson plan 7: My needs are your needs

AnimalKind lesson plan 7 (from a set of 23) View/order the accompanying resources and AnimalKind film at: www.AnimalKind.org.uk Objectives: • To find out about and describe the basic needs of animals. • To understand that animals have other needs such as exercise, shelter and companionship for a good quality life (to be happy and healthy). • To appreciate that we have responsibilities towards the animals who are in our care such as companion animals and that all animals should be treated with respect. Curriculum links: CITIZENSHIP KS1: 1) a, b 2) a, e 4) b CITIZENSHIP KS2: 1) a 2) a PSHE KS1: L3, R4, R5, R6 PSHE KS2: L1, L7 ENGLISH: Spoken language years 1-6
AnimalAidMark
AnimalKind classroom poster

AnimalKind classroom poster

A2 colour poster that promotes kindness to animals. Order free copies of the poster and see accompanying AnimalKind film and lesson plans from: http://animalkind.wpengine.com/
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