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What do you need to know? Reflecting on your education

What do you need to know? Reflecting on your education

Used originally for Theory of Knowledge in the IB Diploma - the learning objective is essentially for students to have the opportunity to think critically about their education system and the extent to which it is effectively preparing them for their life to come. Includes an activity linked to the TED Talk: Do schools Kill Creatively which is readily available via TED and youtube- this presentation would be a useful tutor time activity/ PSHE or Life Skills activity too.
amylizzie
KS3 Citizenship  - Young People and the Law

KS3 Citizenship - Young People and the Law

This is the second in a series of lessons on the Law as part of a Citizenship/PSHCE programme, but can be used as a stand alone lesson. It centres on the debate regarding the Age of Criminal Responsibility and young people’s relationship with the law. The accompanying worksheet is attached.
Boo_H
KS3 Citizenship lesson - introduction to British Law

KS3 Citizenship lesson - introduction to British Law

This resource acts as an introduction to British law for use in PSHCE/Citizenship and is suitable for Years 7-9. There is an accompanying worksheet that is attached. All instructions and activities are explicitly outlined on the powerpoint.
Boo_H
Instructions on how to help a tired bee

Instructions on how to help a tired bee

Instruction sheets for children to fill in on how to help to save a tired bee by giving it a drink of sugary water. Two sheets included (one with the words ‘first’, ‘next’ and ‘finally’ for prompts, and one which is blank) The Teacher Traveller
Kayleighm89
Youth Crime

Youth Crime

3 - 4 hours of lessons all with a focus on youth crime. This pack covers gangs, knife crime and the debate around the criminal age of responsibility. There is a focus on how the (UK) law deals with young offenders and why it is that teens get involved with gangs and criminal activity in the first place. The lessons are fully differentiated, engaging and contain Powerpoints, worksheets, clips and activities. They have been made by an experienced PSHCE Head of Department and used in a variety of UK Secondary Schools. I really hope you enjoy this pack - please do leave a review :) Many more free and inexpensive PSHE and Citizenship resources available here: EC_Resources Store
EC_Resources
Passion Project Planning Guide!

Passion Project Planning Guide!

This unit of work provides resources and templates for creating a passion project. What is a passion project? A passion project provides an opportunity for students to integrate what they are passionate about in the classroom. Passion projects provide opportunity for student voice and choice and as a result focuses on fostering student strengths in the classroom. What does this Passion Project Planning Guide Include?? This planning guide is a 16 page editable and interactive PDF to guide you through the process of creating a passion project in your class and includes: Tips and guidelines for creating a passion project Assignment guidelines for a passion project and associated e-portfolio A Passion Project Unit Overview with 5 hyperlinked lesson plan lesson plan templates A Passion Project Rubric Template A Passion Project Planning Guide Template Curriculum Outcomes This project was initially created for a Grade 11 Communications Technology course. However, this project could be modified to be incorporated into any Key Stage 1-5 classes. This project would work particularly well for Key Stage 3, 4, and 5 English, History, Technology and Design, Math or Science course.
marisahoskins12