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RUMOURS AND BULLYING.

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Resource focusses on how rumours affect people. Includes useful story of how Socrates dealt with vicious rumours. Great for tutor time, assemblies and Citizenship. Feedback pls :)
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NO PREPARATION LESSON INSTANT LESSON

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Some feedback on this idea, please ? All you need are supermarket receipts from trolleys. People leave them all the time. When you're out shopping grab 'em. This lesson has numerous possibilities and can work on ALL levels.
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50 things to do before you're twenty.

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Lesson poses 50 things teenagers should experience/learn before becoming 20. Students discuss and perhaps add some of their own. Plenty of scope for adaptation. Let me know if you find this useful. See part 2 as well.
How TOLERANT or PREJUDICED are you?Quick View
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How TOLERANT or PREJUDICED are you?

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A new twist on the balloon debate. Students see pics of candidates BEFORE learning about them. Versatile lesson suits all levels and all ages from year 7 upwards.
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AWESOME ABSTRACT NOUNS ISLAND PART ONE

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Clarification of abstract nouns and activity creating their own island with features named after abstract nouns: Waterfall of Hope etc. Part one of ? Hero has to navigate way through land to retrieve the hidden treasure. Creative, Cross- Curricular etc Feedback please !
OUTSIDE THE BOXQuick View
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OUTSIDE THE BOX

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21 questions designed to get students thinking creatively and questioning. Illustrated. Ideal for tutor time, assemblies or starters.
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READ THE TEXT/PLAY THE GAME

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Students work in pairs through this 'board game' activity, answering questions generated by the throw of a die. Use coins for counters. Adapt questions to any text/level. Student led lesson. Get them to note difficult questions. Pair less able with more able. Hours of possibilities
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Are we IMAGE OBSESSED ?

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Lesson asks this question and invites students to consider if they would change their physical nature to attract someone or appear cool.
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TO TELL THE TRUTH

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Students listen to a very moving, brief story and comment on whether it's always good to tell the truth. Story included, illustrated and ready to deliver. Thought provoking.
EGG-CENTRIC EASTER QUIZQuick View
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EGG-CENTRIC EASTER QUIZ

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20 questions on Easter around the world. Answers included. Range of questions and cute bunnies.Feedback please !
Career Choices - What could I do?Quick View
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Career Choices - What could I do?

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Lesson for Year 8 but easily adapted as an introduction to thinking about future jobs. Illustrated and with activities included. No photocopying needed!
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bullying

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A slideshow which asks students to think inside their OWN experiences and reminds them of some aspects of bullying. Use alongside the other Anti-Bullying week resources.
Am I British ?Quick View
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Am I British ?

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Two lessons designed to explore the concept of belonging to a culture. Explores the meaning of identity and poses unanswerable questions. Worksheet involves RAG -ing (Red/Amber/Green) and will provoke debate.
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Emotions and White Lies.

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Lesson covers facial emotion recognition and asks whether it's okay to lie to someone to make them happy. Debates galore. Add some feed back please..:)
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What happened next?

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A set of slides providing creative writing/speaking/drama based stimuli. Can be used over KS3 and 4.