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Start of year worksheet & activities pack KS2

Start of year worksheet & activities pack KS2

Worksheets and activities for the start of the new school year. The pack includes activites/worksheets on: class rules/rights/responsibilities, summer holiday description, ‘This is me’ all about me sheet, postcards template, ‘Holiday’ acrostic poem template, ‘School changes’ sheet , film review template, book review template. SPECIAL OFFER - GET ANOTHER RESOURCE FOR FREE BY LEAVING A REVIEW: STEP 1: Leave a review for this resource on TES. STEP 2: Email us at: learndbresources@gmail.com , saying which resource you’d like to get for FREE! STEP 3: We’ll email you any single paid resource from our shop for FREE!
MrBallard23
Card Sort: Euthanasia - What are the arguments for and against?

Card Sort: Euthanasia - What are the arguments for and against?

There have recently been a number of controversial cases in the news over the issue of Euthanasia. Can the taking of another human life to stop suffering ever be justified? This outstanding resources has been tried and tested in the classroom over many years and aims to help students understand some of the arguments for and against voluntary Euthanasia. It can be used as a starter, plenary or main activity to accompany any main stream text book or resource on this topic. The nature of the task means that it appeals to the full range of ability. The main activity involves getting students to cut out the cards in lesson, organize them into their most persuasive order and then sick into their books before they have a go at the extended writing activity / discussion. Alternatively, they can create a key and then sort through the cards and then stick the sheet into their book or you could cut out the cards and place them into an envelope for them to sort prior to a discussion on the topic. This is a great resource that can be easily adapted to suit your classroom and expectations. When you purchase this resource, you will be able to download a single page Word Document which contains a learning objective, instructions, two heading cards as well as fourteen statements that can sorted under them. The aims of this lesson / activity are: Theme: Moral Ethics and Philosophy Know: What is Euthanasia? Understand: What are the arguments for and against Euthanasia? Evaluate: Are there any circumstances in which is acceptable to take another life? WILF - What am I Looking For? Identify and describe - what is Euthanasia? Explain - the arguments for and against Euthanasia? Analyse - Are there any circumstances in which it is acceptable to take another life? If you like this resource then why not check out my other resources on this topic in my TES shop. We aim to produce cheap and affordable resources for either the price of a good cup of coffee or a happy meal so that you can spend more quality time with the people who matter. Anyway, have fun and stay in touch via social media for the latest updates. Kind Regards Roy
Roy_Huggins
Card Sort: Euthanasia For & Against

Card Sort: Euthanasia For & Against

There have recently been a number of controversial cases in the news over the issue of Euthanasia. Can the taking of another human life to stop suffering ever be justified? This outstanding resources has been tried and tested in the classroom over many years and aims to help students understand some of the arguments for and against voluntary Euthanasia. It can be used as a starter, plenary or main activity to accompany any main stream text book or resource on this topic. The nature of the task means that it appeals to the full range of ability. The main activity involves getting students to cut out the cards in lesson, organise them into their most persuasive order and then sick into their books before they have a go at the extended writing activity / discussion. Alternatively, they can create a key and then sort through the cards and then stick the sheet into their book or you could cut out the cards and place them into an envelope for them to sort prior to a discussion on the topic. This is a great resource that can be easily adapted to suit your classroom and expectations. When you purchase this resource, you will be able to download a single page Word Document which contains a learning objective, instructions, two heading cards as well as fourteen statements that can sorted under them. The aims of this lesson / activity are: Theme: Social, Moral, Spiritual Values Know: What is Euthanasia? Understand: What are the arguments for and against Euthanasia? Evaluate: Are there any circumstances in which is acceptable to take another life? WILF - What am I Looking For? Identify and describe - what is Euthanasia? Explain - the arguments for and against Euthanasia? Analyse - Are there any circumstances in which it is acceptable to take another life? If you like this resource then why not check out my other resources on this topic in my TES shop. We aim to produce cheap and affordable resources for either the price of a good cup of coffee or a happy meal so that you can spend more quality time with the people who matter. Anyway, have fun and stay in touch via social media for the latest updates. Kind Regards Roy
Roy_Huggins
Card Sort: Animal Rights?

Card Sort: Animal Rights?

The issue of whether animals should have rights has divided the community for a long time. It is interesting to note that at the same time as William Wilberforce was arguing for the abolition of the slave trade he was also arguing for animal rights and helped to set up an organisation which eventually became be know as the RSPCA. This great resource is designed to help students understand some of the main arguments put forward by both sides. It can be used with a range of abilities and has never failed to get my students excited, engaged, whilst improving their understanding of the topic. It be used alongside any main stream text book or video clip as a starter, mini plenary or a consolidation exercise. When you purchase this resource, you will be able to download a single page Word Document which contains a learning objective, instructions, two heading cards as well as twelve statements that can sorted to help summarise the arguments. The aims of this lesson / activity are: Theme: Rights and Responsibilities Know: How are animals currently treated differently to humans? Understand: What are the arguments for and against improving animal rights? Evaluate: Should animals be given the same rights as human beings? WILF - What am I Looking For? Identify and describe - how are animals currently treated differently to humans? Explain - the arguments for and against improving animal rights? Analyse - Should animals be given the same rights as human beings? If you like this resource then why not check out my other resources on this topic in my TES shop. We aim to produce cheap and affordable resources for either the price of a good cup of coffee or a happy meal so that you can spend more quality time with the people who matter. Anyway, have fun and stay in touch via social media for the latest updates. Kind Regards Roy
Roy_Huggins
Empathy Assembly

Empathy Assembly

This is an assembly presentation showing the importance of empathy and includes details about Ramadhan and significance of other religions
ALLisWELL
Smart Goals, Smart Goals Spinner, Smart Target Wheel

Smart Goals, Smart Goals Spinner, Smart Target Wheel

Smart Goals, Smart Goals Spinner, Smart Target Wheel This is a fun way to record students’ SMART goals. They can record their goals and then use the wheel as a handy reference when they need reminding of their targets. The Smart Goals poster included with the pack also helps them to remember to make their targets and goals SMART Also makes a great display! Included: 2 PDFs for front and back of the spinner / wheel 1 PDF SMART GOALS poster
MissPepperPot
Individual Lesson Objective booklet

Individual Lesson Objective booklet

This is a professional, well put together booklet for learners to fill out during a lesson. Each session learners are to give themselves an objective and state what they plan to achieve. The booklet has an example, some ideas of what they could write and words they could use. This document gives learners a target as well as stretch and challenge tasks. This booklet will also show progression over 1 to 36 weeks. It is to the point and easy to fill in. I use this for a particular group of Carpentry learners that do not have a training booklet or any other proof of progression. Ideal for OFSTED and observations.
Ga3hill
GCSE Citizenship 9-1 - Active Citizenship Campaign booklet

GCSE Citizenship 9-1 - Active Citizenship Campaign booklet

GCSE Citizenship 9-1 11 page Student Campaign Booklet 2018: Active Citizenship: A guide for students to work through Plus a free 9 page Active Citizenship Advice Booklet! This will help students: Research, Plan, Organise and undertake a full Citizenship Campaign. This is a Student Booklet, showing teachers and the students EXACTLY what the exam boards are looking for from the 15% Active Citizenship element (now examined in the final test at the end of the course.) This resource can be easily applied to all 3 Exam Boards. This campaign booklet contains an overall plan of what the students could do each lesson, with questions to encourage them to think critically about their campaigns. It also highlights key information the exam boards are looking for the students to undertake and understand. This resource will also help students create or join an existing campaign that will produce a positive outcome for a group of people in the community or wider society. Includes a template for students to write up and evaluate their campaign (exam practice.) Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter
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Double Lesson - GCSE Citizenship (9-1) History of the UK, Identity and Communities

Double Lesson - GCSE Citizenship (9-1) History of the UK, Identity and Communities

History of the UK Identity and Communities NEW GCSE Citizenship (9-1) This resource contains: 1 x PowerPoint for double lesson 120 min on Identity, Communities and Diversity in the UK 1 x PDF Hand-out Sheet These PowerPoint and PDF resources can be used to cover the GCSE Citizenship topic Identity, Communities and Diversity in the UK. This lesson material is designed to be used for between two and three teaching periods and includes activities, challenging and thoughtful questions, student hand-out (for use during lesson or as a homework), embedded URL links (where appropriate) plus, tasks and relevant information for students to use to learn about issues relating to the topic. AQA Specification covered is: Theme 1 Life in Modern Britain Edexcel Specification covered is: Theme A Living together in the UK OCR Specification covered is: Section 3 The UK and the Wider World Lesson Objectives: Secure: To understand some of the current political issues involving the UK. Extended: To be able to explain the history of the United Kingdom and explore the concept of community. Advanced: To evaluate the changing nature of the UK and how that impacts national Identity Level: NEW GCSE (9-1) OCR / EDEXCEL / AQA KS4 CPSHE Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter
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Back to School Brag Tags

Back to School Brag Tags

These brag tags are intended to cover the most common activities during the first week of school.  The following 8 brag tags are included: ☆ I Know Our Class Rules ☆ I Can Find the Supplies ☆ I Can Wash My Hands ☆ I Know My Morning Routine ☆ I Can Walk in the Hall ☆ I Can Line Up Quietly ☆ I Know My Lunch Rules ☆ Recess Rockstar Each brag tag comes in <strong>two </strong>sizes, a sheet of <strong>15 </strong>tags and a sheet of <strong>24</strong> tags. Both options come in <strong>color</strong> or <strong>black and white.</strong> Please send me a message if you have any other comments, concerns, questions, or suggestions. Thanks, Brittany
bpatterson1127
First Day of School Brag Tags

First Day of School Brag Tags

These brag tags cover the first day of school only.  Included are:            ↠ First Day of School            ↠ First Day of Kindergarten             ↠ First Day of 1st Grade            ↠ First Day of 2nd Grade            ↠ First Day of 3rd Grade            ↠ First Day of 4th Grade            ↠ First Day of 5th Grade There are two sizes, a sheet of <strong>15</strong> tags and a sheet of <strong>24</strong> tags. Both options come in<strong> color </strong>or <strong>black and white</strong>. Please send me a message if you have any questions, comments, suggestions, or concerns. -Brittany Mixed Up Markers
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Brag Tag Book Editable

Brag Tag Book Editable

A Brag Tag book is a great alternative to Brag Tag necklaces.  I find using a Brag Tag book much more manageable for my little students, and it’s a great space saver.  When they receive a new Brag Tag I allow them to glue it into their book.   This purchase includes: Over one hundred different color combination and options       to choose from.  You are sure to find one that fits       your classroom. Fifteen black and white options Each book is editable to type the student’s name,       or you can choose to leave it blank and let them        write their name. There are also 2 different recording pages.  On         one page they simply glue their brag tag.  On         the other page they have room to write what their        brag tag means or why they received it. To make the books you can print the front cover on card stock and use a plain piece of card stock for the back.  Then cut all the pages in half and bind the books together using a binding machine.  The books can also be printed double sided and stapled together. If you only have a black and white printer you can use colored paper to give those black and white designs a pop of color! If you have any comments, questions, concerns, or suggestions please contact me. Brittany      Mixed Up Markers
bpatterson1127
citizenship

citizenship

Thoughts such as, what does citizenship mean, what it is all about and what its different facets are, may enable the facilitator understand it better. Some such thoughts about citizenship are given below.) A citizen is a participatory member of a political community. Citizenship is gained by meeting the legal requirements of a national, state, or local government. A nation grants certain rights, privileges and casts certain duties ,obligations on its citizens INTENT (The objective of the facilitation process is to help each participant explore the topic for himself, individually and independently. Following are some of the objectives of the session.) To understand what is citizenship To understand who is a citizen To explore the role of a citizen in the society, nature, environment, nation, world To analyse whether citizens need to be responsible To analyse what happens when citizens are responsible and when citizens are not responsible To analyse whether citizenship impacts oneself, people, nature and environment, things or situations The intent and questions to be followed in the preparation document. Disclaimer: Content may contain incidents, story lines, images, short-videos and such other materials available in public domain (including various websites/ similar sources). Content is intended solely for non-commercial, educational purposes. VSET does not claim any ownership or copyright to such materials published on this website, which, with respect to such materials, lie with their respective owners. VSET endeavours to keep the information relevant to the topics covered. However, VSET makes no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness, accuracy, suitability or reliability of such materials.
Vset
Freedom

Freedom

Thoughts such as, what does freedom mean, what it is all about and what its different facets are, may enable the facilitator understand it better. Some such thoughts about freedom are given below. Freedom is independence coupled with self-determination. Freedom is an expression wherein one feels complete ,happy at ease with oneself It is to do things in one’s own unique way; without being a hindrance to another. INTENT (The objective of the facilitation process is to help each participant explore the topic for himself, individually and independently. Following are some of the objectives of the session.) To understand what is freedom To explore whether freedom is necessary To analyse how one feels or experiences freedom To explore whether one’s freedom impacts oneself, people, nature and environment, things or situations To explore whether freedom is something that is inside or outside To analyse the relationship between freedom, discipline and responsibilities The intent and questions to be followed in the preparation document. Disclaimer: Content may contain incidents, story lines, images, short-videos and such other materials available in public domain (including various websites/ similar sources). Content is intended solely for non-commercial, educational purposes. VSET does not claim any ownership or copyright to such materials published on this website, which, with respect to such materials, lie with their respective owners. VSET endeavours to keep the information relevant to the topics covered. However, VSET makes no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness, accuracy, suitability or reliability of such materials.
Vset
Problems, problems- PSHE lesson for KS2 problem-solving

Problems, problems- PSHE lesson for KS2 problem-solving

A tried and tested PSHE lesson plan for KS2 that helps pupils practise their problem-solving skills and gets them to think about how to begin to solve common problems on their own. If you’re fed up with friendship clashes and having to sort out constant playground problems then this may help! Detailed lesson objectives, lesson outcomes and 18 different scenarios to try. Feel free to add your own! If you need any further support for PSHE then you may like my new book Making PSHE Matter: http://www.jkp.com/uk/making-pshe-matter-1.html/
sian_R
A Guide exploring themes, inspirations and creative processes of Old Stock - A Refugee Love Story

A Guide exploring themes, inspirations and creative processes of Old Stock - A Refugee Love Story

Of particular interest to teachers and students of Theatre, Music, Performing Arts, Politics, English, RE and Media, studying at** secondary, tertiary and graduate level**. The Guide has been created to evoke thoughts, discussion and learning around the themes, historic and current events which inspired 2b theatre company to create and tour this production. It can be used both by students and audiences alike, either before the show or as a follow up to reflect upon the production, themes and inspirations behind Old Stock. Within the pack are questions and creative tasks to help stimulate thoughts and additional topics for discussion around how the show makes you feel and reflect upon ways this mirrors the world we live in today. The processes, form and styles used in the creation and performance of Old Stock make this an ideal production to study alongside a number of key syllabus including: KS4 & KS5 English; KS4 Citizenship programmes of study; AQA GCSE & A Level Drama & Theatre; BTECH Performing Arts; Music & Music Theatre The themes and inspiration for the production provide additional stimulus for discussion & research for those studying or interested in: Creative Writing; History; Music History; Philosophy, Religion & Ethics; Government & Politics; Sociology; Media Studies; Citizenship and Wellbeing
DTP
To Plastic or Paper Bag... A matter of waste... Version  2.0

To Plastic or Paper Bag... A matter of waste... Version 2.0

To Plastic or Paper Bag… A matter of waste… Nersion 2.0 Plastic bag bans appear to be on the way to a supermarket near you or around the rest of the world. Resource investigates this problem. A list of web links are given to start pupils on their own research. I have also included a series of links to YouTube Vids - I would watch the documentary and then have pupils rate the social media comments. Do they like or dislike them. Then each has to be reasoned with a reply. I have tried to use as near as possible actual comments. Sorry to those people who have already downloaded this, but I really felt that it could do with a feedback page from a colleague/friend of the pupil completing the worksheet
martinpk
PSHE : One Year's KS4 / KS5 PSHE

PSHE : One Year's KS4 / KS5 PSHE

One year, (36 hours) of PSHE lessons for KS4 / KS5 : 1 whole year of highly-rated and popular PSHE resources. From financial and study skills to bullying, relationships education, applying to uni, recognising fake news and finding a career - this really is a comprehensive pack for KS4 or KS5. If you were looking for the Complete KS3 Three Year’s of PSHE Pack, then you can find that here. Complete KS3 PSHE Pack for 7, 8, 9. This pack contains 36 x fully resourced, highly-rated PSHE lesson packs and units (KS4/5). All 36 lesson packs (bundled into 20 downloads) are complete with at least one hour-long powerpoint, accompanying differentiated worksheets, clip links with questions, plenaries, clear LOs, starters and engaging activities and all are well differentiated to three levels throughout. These resources have been highly-rated individually by TES users, follow the same consistent format and are easy to pick up and use. They are all planned according to 2018/19 PSHE Association guidance and created in preparation for the new statutory RSE guidance from the DfE. **EC Resources has created lessons for The Children’s Commissioner, MACS Charity, The CCRC and has completed PSHE commissions for schools across the UK. ** These resources could also be used in Tutor Time, in which case there is enough material for 72x half an hour sessions. There is zero extra work required (although everything is editable if you do want to adapt it), and the whole bundle also follows specific KS3/4 PSHE Association topic recommendations and Ofsted latest RSE/Safe Students guidance. I use all of these myself as a Head of PSHE and I really hope you find them excellent value. I’ve put literally months of time into this to make these lessons top quality for my own school team. I also have a **ONE YEAR OF CITIZENSHIP **bundle (37 lessons) available here. and I have a ONE YEAR OF RE bundle (36 lessons) available here: and finally a **ONE YEAR OF KS3 HISTORY **(36 lessons) available here. Many more inexpensive and free resources for each secondary year group at my shop:
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Jewish Identity & 1000 yrs of anti-semitism

Jewish Identity & 1000 yrs of anti-semitism

This resource looks at Jewish identity, and is part of a scheme of work about the Shoah/Holocaust. It includes some basic beliefs about G-d (including why Jews often write G-d, instead of God) as well as a brief overview of 1000 years of anti-semitism. It puts the anti-semitism that flared into the Shoah into perspective and I’ve used it mainly with KS3 students. It includes a clip of some survivors testimonies which speak about their experience of antisemitism, and has differentiated tasks that explore quotes from the Torah and Talmud in more depth. Extension tasks also included. Easily adaptable for KS4. Ideal for religious studies, SMSC, citizenship and PHSE. Learning Questions (Objectives) include: Can I imagine the possible impacts of the Holocaust on a Jewish person? How may the Holocaust have influenced or challenged Jewish beliefs? What are some key Jewish Beliefs? EXTENSION: Can I evaluate how the Holocaust may effect Jewish people today?
DavidFew
Loss and Blame in the Holocaust

Loss and Blame in the Holocaust

This lesson explores who is to blame for the Shoah/Holocaust. It endeavours to introduce nuance and deeper empathy into students’ understanding in that the Shoah cannot simply be Hitler’s fault: millions of people collaborated, agreed and perpetuated anti-semitism, including some Jews in the Ghettos who faced making impossible decisions in desperate circumstances. Activities are differentiated, with youtube videos of survivors testimonies (which are a little quiet), and the lesson is perfect for religious studies, PHSE, citizenship and SMSC. It’s perhaps a bit personal for a history lesson, but may be used to augment existing scheme’s of work to help engagement. Learning Questions include: Can I describe the different things that were lost in the Holocaust? (level 4-5) Can I explain my opinion on who was responsible for different things in the Holocaust? (5-6) Can I evaluate different opinions on who was to blame in specific situations? (level 6-7) There are also extension tasks which include footage of Otto Frank after his loss of his entire family. All feedback gratefully received.
DavidFew
Prejudice + Diversity Unit

Prejudice + Diversity Unit

7 hour PSHE / SMSC unit on prejudice and diversity covering the PSHE Association’s KS4 guidelines on values education for 2018-19. Originally created for KS4 but easily editable for any secondary school class too. This unit covers: British Values, Extremism, Hate Crime, Justice, Community, Diversity and Stereotypes, Racism, Mysogyny and LGBT Discrimination Includes: 7 x 1 hour Powerpoints, differentiated worksheets for all tasks, clips with question activities, group tasks, fun paired activities, literacy focus tasks, measurable, colour-coded LOs to three levels of challenge throughout - everything you need to teach an engaging PSHE unit. More PSHE lessons for KS3, KS4 and KS5 can be found here.
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Careers KS4 Unit

Careers KS4 Unit

6 hour PSHE careers unit to help prepare students for the world of work. Originally created for KS4 but easily editable forany secondary school class too. This unit covers: Writing an amazing CV Preparing for and being excellent at work experience Preparing for and nailing job interviews Your rights and responsibilities as an employee The rights and responsibilities of employers to you The benefits of joining a trade union Includes: 6 x 1 hour Powerpoints, differentiated worksheets for all tasks, clips with question activities, group tasks, fun paired activities, literacy focus tasks, measurable, colour-coded LOs to three levels of challenge throughout - everything you need to teach an engaging PSHE unit. More PSHE lessons for KS3, KS4 and KS5 can be found here.
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Heroes of the Holocaust: Rescuers and Rebels

Heroes of the Holocaust: Rescuers and Rebels

This lesson is an exploration of the incredible human beings who risked (and sometimes lost) their lives working to rescue Jews from the Holocaust. It is an inspiration from Philip Zimbardo who encourages us to educate children about the psychology of heroism. This powerpoint and collected resources aims to help students understand and be inspired by the incredible acts of bravery these people engaged with. I greatly encourage you to play the video linked to this lesson to students: it moves me to tears every time! Learning Questions include: How did some people act heroically in the Holocaust? How did these heroes’ beliefs affect their actions? Can you evaluate the motivations for people’s actions? EXT: What is the psychology of Heroism? What can we do to help ourselves become more heroic? Great for PHSE, Citizenship, Religious Studies and History. Extension tasks and differentiated activities included.
DavidFew
Lesson 3: Global Citizenship (Money and Inequality)

Lesson 3: Global Citizenship (Money and Inequality)

This extensive resource can easily be stretched out to 2, or even 3 lessons. It is intended to educate, and to some extent agitate, young citizenship students to be aware of the global financial situation they are situated in and how some activists perceive it. It includes case studies (e.g. the Raza Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh), articles, extension activities, an exhibition of art by Manchester based artist Polyp (who gave his consent for use of his resources), video clips, kinaesthetic group exercises, think pair share. I’ve thrown it all in into this 53 slides. The length of the resource gives you scope to pick and choose, and hopefully should meet the exact requirements of the class you have. There are also extensions about the banking crisis, and possible solutions, for stretch and challenge tasks or KS5. Learning questions (objectives) include: What is money? Am I rich? What is Exploitation? Is the global money system give a fair deal to all who are part of it? Extension: Is financial inequality out of control, and if so how can it be fixed? This extensive resource aims to meet Citizenship, PHSE, UNESCO Sustainable Development goals (4.7) and is created for a religious studies compulsory group (which combines all of the above curricula in my school) to explore the ethics and develop debating skills. It can also be used in geography lessons effectively.
DavidFew
Religion,  Human Rights + Citizenship Issues Unit

Religion, Human Rights + Citizenship Issues Unit

7 hour RE Unit for Religion and Issues of Human Rights and Citizenship. Originally created for KS3 but easily editable for KS4 as lots of GCSE-prep style activities. Covers issues of - religious attitudes to women (including forced marriages), Islamophobia, Human Rights, prejudice and discrimination, religion, crime and punishment, ethical and moral finances, religion and Britishness, respect and diversity and much more. Includes: mini assessments, 7 x 1 hour Powerpoints, differentiated worksheets for all tasks, clips with question activities, group tasks, essay and literacy focus tasks - everything you need to teach an engaging KS3 unit. More RE lessons for KS3 and KS4 can be found here.
EC_Resources
History: Heritage & Identity Unit Plan

History: Heritage & Identity Unit Plan

**This is a complete CANADIAN grade 4/5 social studies unit plan! ** It primarily focusses on Strand A: Heritage and Identity. This resource includes: All curriculum expectations, big ideas, learning goals for both grades Concepts of disciplinary thinking Overarching & Framing questions Assessment of learning / Culminating Task Content and process knowledge skills Cross-curricular activities Full lesson plan Blanket Exercise: Youth script Conflict graphic organizer Exit Cards
VanessaHM11
Debate Tournament

Debate Tournament

Full powerpoint to guide a whole school debate tournament, with detailed instructions and topics. For KS3 and KS4.
marshc3
Introduction to Global Citizenship

Introduction to Global Citizenship

This lesson is an introduction to global citizenship, part of a module on Global citizenship, that begins with a personal look at the individual. It includes youtube videos, mindmaps, one print out and structured questions to help students understand their own biases and the biases of the class they are in. It is a powerful step forward for self reflective learners, uses PELTS well, and incorporates SMSC, Ethics, PHSE, Citizenship and geography into one topic. Tasks are differentiated, with questions going from easy to more difficult. Ideal for KS3-4 (11-16yr olds). Learning Questions include: What is global citizenship? What is my own personal, social, historical and economic background? How might my background affect how I see the world?
DavidFew
Environment Drop Down Day

Environment Drop Down Day

5 x fully resourced, hour long lessons all about caring for the environment and living sustainably (KS3/4). Each includes: a one hour PowerPoint, worksheets, clips, is differentiated fully for MA,LA + Core and is designed to fit Ofsted criteria for’ Good’ to ‘Outstanding’. Everything is fully editable. Each resource pack has individually been rated highly by Tes users. Many more inexpensive and free resources at my shop: EC_Resources Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :)
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GCSE Citizenship 9-1 Active Citizenship Campaign Ideas

GCSE Citizenship 9-1 Active Citizenship Campaign Ideas

Not sure how to plan the 15% active citizenship element of the GCSE course? This document will provide you with a variety of campaign ideas and areas for students to research. All ideas are topical and meet the exam boards’ criteria. This document contains exam board specific (AQA, EDEXCEL and OCR) guidance and student checklists to ensure you can arrange opportunities for students to make the most of their campaign. Examples of campaigns in action are also provided. Note: the OCR exam board provides the biggest remit for campaigning. The other two exam boards (AQA and EDEXCEL) are more prescriptive in what campaigns they like to see with a focus on local and national and less on international reach. If in doubt, always contact the exam board. Good luck! Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter
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