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Mo

Mo

“A must read for parents and teachers.” “The story deals with bullying, isolation, prejudice, the grooming of terrorists, and the dangers of obsessive gaming, which is why it’s a very good read for concerned parents and teachers.” This document contains a book, which is also available to purchase on Amazon. I have made it available here, as you may find it a useful resource to discuss important issues with your KS4 and KS5 students, and it also contains an idea for a creative writing competition, in which your students can get their work published.
siploos
Human Rights display

Human Rights display

A great way to help students understand the Human Rights. I placed posters by students around the display.
vickialice11
Six Forms of Government

Six Forms of Government

Six Different Forms of Government This engaging and interactive flashcard includes bite-sized information about six different forms of government and differentiated questions which can be easily adaptable to meet the needs of your students. Useful as a starter, main activity or plenary activity! Main Activity - Students are put in six groups. Each group is provided with a 'form of government'. The task is for each group to 'sell' their government about promoting its strengths and merits. The class must criticise why that form of government is not effective and justify why their form of government is more suitable/effective. VERY ENGAGING AND INTERACTIVE!
Fquaicoe
Types of Courts

Types of Courts

I use this lesson as part of my Year 9 SoW on law & legal rights. It has been adapted for GCSE too easily in the past.
leigh-canning