Hope these will help with planning - in word so can be changed/adapted. Hopefully a stating point aimed at those with new Norfolk 2012 syllabus to deliver.
In order to stimulate debate about the ways in which children and young people are enabled to have a say within the youth justice system, NCB has undertaken a scoping project. The aim was to explore the ways in which children and young people are currently involved in the planning and delivery of youth justice services, both from the perspective of individual case-management and the service as a whole. This was undertaken with a view to establishing what more needs to be done to strengthen the involvement of young people in order to improve their outcomes.
Includes: Introduction Unit resources Medium-term plan Lesson 1: Doing the right thing Lesson 2: Making choices Lesson 3: A good influence Lesson 4: Wrong choices Lesson 5: David and Goliath Lesson 6: Inner strength Lesson 7: It’s up to you This unit is intended as an introduction to thinking about ultimate truths in Key Stage 2. By beginning with ‘golden rules’, found represented in all major faiths, pupils then explore how their sense of right and wrong can change with circumstances. By using stories from different faiths and by studying the actions of believers who chose what they believed to be right over wrong when that was a hard choice for them to make, pupils are introduced to the concept of faith and behaviour being inextricably linked. The issue of ‘right and wrong’ will be discussed almost daily throughout a school child’s life! For this age group, right and wrong tends to be very cut-and-dried. These lessons are not intended to introduce the issue of ‘grey areas’ or ‘relative truth’ as children at this age have neither the spiritual, mental, moral or ethical maturity to address these issues appropriately in a classroom context. Leave a review
A range of resources to use when planning a unit on questions of human rights justice, suffering and the age old issue of 'Is it Fair?&' The oxfam unit is excellent and I have made a worksheet for our students to create cards inspired by the ones created by the students at the school in South Africa which is featured in the Oxfam resources.
Qatar History and Citizenship is a compulsory subject for any primary school teacher in Qatar. When I taught this subject in Qatar, I was surprised to discover how thin the student text book was, how little resources were available for students on the Internet and that there was no teacher guide to help teachers effectively teach this subject. This Year 6 teaching pack contains lesson plans and additional worksheets to support 39 weekly lessons. These lessons cover all a student needs to know about the subject, and the lessons are designed to motivate and excite a student's interest in the history around them. These worksheets could be printed out and used as workbooks in the classroom, sent home as additional homework or shared via an interactive whiteboard. *** Please note that these resources are designed to be used with the official text book, not as a replacement. ***
Human Rights, Persecution, abduction, case study, United nations, Rights, Responsibilities, crime, punishment, justice, inequality, Universal Declaration,
This personal narrative unit is directly aligned to Common Core Writing and Language standards, and is designed for students in grades 6-8. This unit will lead you and your students through the process of writing personal narratives. There are more than 65 pages which include: Suggested Lesson and Resource Scope and Sequence Lesson Plan Template Graphic Organizers Narrative Definition Poster Narrative Subway Art Mentor Text Narrative topics Narrative Activities Student Revision Checklist Student Editing Checklist Common Core Aligned Rubric 32 Task Cards aligned to Language standards Publishing Paper Mini-lessons: Flashbacks Dialogue and Quotations Descriptive Language Voice Point of View Clauses and Phrases Sentence Fluency Writing Narrative Leads Using Transition Words
1. historiographical spectrum - students read the summaries of historians’ views and decide where to plot those historians on a spectrum of intentionalist to functionalist and on a spectrum of responsibility for the holocaust 2.chronology exercise - students to identify 4 phases of nazi policy towards the jews by identifying turning points. 4 suggested phases are discrimination, physical attack, physical segregation, genocide. Terminology can obviously be varied by teachers 3. Nuremberg Laws notes 4. Kristallnacht notes both 3 & 4 used as basis for students to consider significance of the phase of ‘aryanisation’ 1933-1939. students to create a diagram suggesting causes and consequences of Nuremberg Laws and Kristallnacht and also to create summary of significance of the whole phase. 5. Summary notes on the period 1933-1939 6. Summary notes on the period 1939-1941 (poland - barbarossa) 7. (added april 9th) summary notes from launch of barbarossa to wannsee conference - again, a synthesis of the required reading for aqa a2 unit 6, so includes lots of historiography 8. added 17 april 2008 - set of notes on wannsee conference and death camps, includes copy of the wannsee protocol
Young People’s Views on Safeguarding in the Secure Estate: A User Voice Report for the Youth Justice Board and the Office of the Children’s Commissioner
June 6 part 1 is about gratitude. P 2 - my son's concert tour in Italy June 11th Part 1 cats p 2 - Hinduism and Community June 12th - poet Hollie McNish poem - racism and xenophobia June 14th part 1 Mum leaving for Shetland Part 2 about the consequences of a conference in London on Saturday. June 18th Vygotsky&'s Zone of Proximal Development June 20-22 a painful experience explored and transformed What amazes you most poem July 12th - and 21st the Clutter Problem 23rd when I focused on my spiritual life for Guru Purnima.+ latest miracles from Lourdes
Lesson examining the appointment and confirmation process for the Supreme Court, encouraging students to then apply knowledge to case study of Justice Ginsberg, then research recent high profile nominations
Religions Equality Act 2010 Scheme of Work For more OCR, CTEC, BTEC Level's 2 and 3 resources, follow me on TES to find them all in the same place https://www.tes.com/member/HSCresources
6 weeks planning and resources for unit of work based on the Derbyshire Agreed Syllabus (although likely to be relevant throughout the country). A variety of carousel based or ability differentiated lessons working through lower and higher order thinking. (Credit where it's due-some resources are the work of others!)
Through exploring the concepts of conflict, forgiveness, justice and conflict resolution, this topic focuses on some of the key lessons that can be learnt from 9/11. This resource contains lesson ideas and guidance on using the other resources on this page.
In this lesson, students look at the relationship between Aboriginal Peoples and health. They explore the differences which exist between Aboriginal Peoples’ health and the health of the general population and examine ways in which the gap could be closed.
These files are all related to RE history or Pedagogy - put together in response to a question on the forum from an RE student who has to write an essay on RE Pedagogy. I will add material as I find it. I guess this is relevant for all who teach RE as CPD. Hope you all had a great Christmas - and best wishes for a great New Year. DurgaMata
16 Prepared Lessons for the complete teaching of the grade 6-12 topic - Forces & Motion (7.3). Completely inline and supportive of the 2014 national curriculum changes. Each lesson is fully resourced with activities, worksheets, homework, starter, plenary and extension activities. This is a 'unit in a bag'. Each individual lesson is complemented by a structured and detailed lesson plan. There are 34 separate resources in this bundle to effectively engage and teach the forces and motion unit (7.3). *Learning Outcomes *H/W Suggestions/ideas *Extension Tasks *Worksheets *Assessment of Learning *Differentiation + Teachers Lesson Plan + Practical/Experiment Suggestion
A unit I wrote on celebrity and religion - based around project work. It's useful for engaging students to see the relevance of learning RE today, but also developing collaborative work skills. 6 full lessons, all resources uploaded. I would appreciate feedback!
From Spiderman to batman, children will explore some of the most well-known superheroes through reading comprehensions, and playscripts. They then discover the wonderful short stories by Shaun Tan, writing their own stories and reviews. Hamilton’s English planning covers all aspects of English, including SPAG, within the context of a wide range of fiction, non-fiction and poetry genres, such as traditional tales, recounts and performance poems.
16 Prepared Lessons for the complete teaching of the year 7/8 topic - Forces & Motion (7.3). Completely inline and supportive of the 2014 national curriculum changes. Each lesson is fully resourced with activities, worksheets, homework, starter, plenary and extension activities. This is a 'unit in a bag'. Each individual lesson is complemented by a structured and detailed lesson plan. There are 34 separate resources in this bundle to effectively engage and teach the forces and motion unit (7.3). *Learning Outcomes *H/W Suggestions/ideas *Extension Tasks *Worksheets *Assessment of Learning *Differentiation + Teachers Lesson Plan + Practical/Experiment Suggestions
TA pack or SENCo pack for delivering an anger management program with a difference! Six lessons, with plans, notebooks and a pack of additional free resources. Included are games, work sheets and advice explaining the psychology of the new approach. Based on psychology which is used in therapy with perpetrators of violence in prisons. Yet simple and very easy to use. Designed for use with small groups of KS2 but suitable for Y2 and Y7 too. I have been a behaviour support teacher, a SENCo and worked in mainstream and a PRU. I have completed the National Program for Specialists in Behaviour and Attendance (a year British Government program) and trained head teachers on leadership of Behaviour in schools. This pack is sold to schools at training for £30! So a huge reduction for teachers. All photos are from Greetings workshop, personally taken or from freepiks, freeimages, Dreamstime.