Lesson debating the reasons why we have laws. I chose to do a silent debate because the particular class that I did this with have a tendancy to shout at each other when they get a bit heated - adapt if you're braver than me!!
A fully-resourced lesson which serves as an introduction to social justice. Students will explore the concept of social justice, its link to human rights and why it’s needed, before examining recent campaigns and the progress being made by the social justice movement. They will also explore objections to what some call ‘social justice warriors’ and whether social justice is backed up by religious ideas, by analysing quotes - the lesson has been created for RE, but would be useful as a Citizenship / interesting Drop Down Day session too. A number of religions and religious quotes will be examined throughout the lesson, with the most detailed focus on Christianity, Islam and Judaism. Suitable for KS3 / KS4 and editable, so easy to adapt. The lesson includes a detailed PowerPoint, detailed information sheets, differentiated challenge activities and worksheets, clips tasks with questions and a literacy / debate focus task. These resources have been designed to be engaging, detailed and easy to follow. The PowerPoint is in the ZIP file as it is large. The images have been uploaded to show what is in the lesson :) You can find many more inexpensive and free PSHE, Citizenship GCSE, Tutor Time and RE resources at my shop: MORE EC RESOURCES LESSONS
17 hours of fully resourced lesson / double lesson packs focusing on social justice, what this is and what it means today in practice - from the classroom to the workplace. The packs also explore the fights and gains of marginalised groups, the progress that has been made in the UK towards inclusion, equality and diversity and the hurdles still to overcome. You don’t need to know anything about this beforehand - all of the information on each subject topic is included in detailed information sheets which go with the PowerPoints and activities. All lesson packs are complete with a detailed PowerPoint, information booklets explaining each topic in detail, accompanying differentiated worksheets, clip links with questions, plenaries, clear LOs and starters. All are well differentiated to three levels throughout to enable clear evidence of progress for all students. Everything is editable. These lessons could be used as a PSHCE unit, to cover parts of both the Citizenship and PSHE 2020 Curriculum. Included: Social Justice Introduction Lesson What is racism and where does it come from - why are people still stereotypes today? What is gender and what is sexism? Why are people still discriminated against on the basis of these? Who are the LGBT+ community? What pressures do they face today and what rights have they won? What is cultural appropriation? Why can this be offensive? What is religious prejudice and what is Islamophobia? Does this exist in the UK today? What does it mean to be transgender and what issues do transgender people face? What is hate speech and how are marginalised groups facing further discrimination online and in real life? What is feminism and do we still need it? What is good, positive masculinity? How does toxic masculinity damage males and wider society? What is call-out culture? Is this a positive way of achieving social justice? Media and culture wars (best suited to KS5 or high ability KS4) Is racism on the increase? What is critical race theory? What are the different religious attitudes towards social justice? Many more inexpensive PSHE, RE and Citizenship GCSE free resources at my shop: EC_Resources Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :) Teaching PSHE or Citizenship GCSE next year? Why not join our Citizenship and PSHE teachers Facebook group, with 4000 other teachers, for guidance, advice and resource sharing. You can contact us at email@example.com
A detailed and well differentiated pack of lessons for Edexcel Citizenship GCSE 9-1 - ‘Law and Justice’ (Theme C) and a quiz. Each lesson includes a detailed PowerPoint, information packs, differentiated activity worksheets, differentiated challenge activities, exam questions with peer assessment markscheme and clips tasks. These resources have been designed to be engaging, detailed and easy to follow. The PowerPoint and worksheets are in the ZIP file as there’s a lot of content. The images have been uploaded to show a few examples of the slides in the lesson :) Teaching Citizenship GCSE next year? Why not join our Citizenship and PSHE teachers Facebook group, with 5000 other teachers, for guidance, advice and resource sharing. You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org You can find many more inexpensive and free PSHE 2020, RSE (relationships and sex education), Citizenship GCSE, Careers, Tutor Time and RE resources at my shop: MORE EC RESOURCES LESSONS
Produced by the CCRC (Criminal Cases Review Commission) with EC Resources. 5 hours of highly-detailed Citizenship lessons in this complete crime unit with 39 slide PowerPoint, written scheme of work, teacher introduction letter and 19 well-differentiated and easy to follow accompanying worksheets. This pack has been produced by the Criminal Cases Review Commission in conjunction with EC Resources (PSHE, RSE and Citizenship specialists) and Tes. It is most suitably used as a Drop Down Day for KS3, but could easily be used for KS4 too. The unit of work follows the story of Lee, a young man who is convicted of murder. It is up to your class to investigate the crime through mock trials, examining fingerprints and DNA forensic clues and discovering new evidence - all whilst learning an incredible amount about the workings of the criminal justice system and the appeal process along the way. Is Lee guilty? If not, how can he prove it? Can you help? This exciting, engaging and active day has had fantastic feedback from trial schools so far and we know your students will enjoy it too. Please let us know how it goes by leaving us a review! You can find out more about the Criminal Cases Review Commission and the work they do here. Loads more free and inexpensive PSHE, RE, RSE and GCSE Citizenship resources from EC Resources at www.psheresources.com
Edexcel GCSE Citizenship Theme C Lesson 4 in my SoL.
The aims of sentencing in UK prisons is outlined using a visual stimulus. Students are given one of a number of scenarios and have to decide what the punishment ought to be for their scenario and whether it met the aims of sentencing. The lesson works well for a citizenship lesson or as an interactive assembly.
Sample Lesson resources from OCR GCSE Citizenship Studies about Identity, Democracy and Justice – Understanding our Role as Citizens. Covers legal responsibility, other countries' laws, and the difference between rules and laws. Includes teacher&'s notes, a starter, 2 presentations, interactive slides, news articles and a worksheet.
7 HOURS OF LESSONS - all fully resourced lessons on law and justice: differentiated to 3 levels or more, KS3/4. Perfect for Citizenship or a British Values Day Includes: Law: Civil and criminal - includes what happens in a courtroom, sentencing, 1x1hr PP, clip, differentiated activities and worksheets. Law: British Values - How laws are made in Parliament: 1hr PP, clip, differentiated activities and worksheets. Law: Youth crime - How are young offenders treated by the law? 1hr PP, clip link, differentiated activities and worksheets. Crime and Punishment; What are the different types of crime and punishment? 1hr PP, clip link, differentiated activities and worksheets. Consumer Law: What laws protect us as consumers and what are the consequences when these laws are broken? Sharia Law - is there a place for it in Britain? The Criminal Justice System - How does this work and how is it structured? Many more inexpensive and free PSHE, Citizenship GCSE and RE resources at my shop: EC_Resources Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :)
A mix and match activity in which students must listen to YouTube videos (links provided) of famous protest / injustice songs and match up the lyrics with the song. The final section of the activity involves them researching the meaning behind the song and for what purpose it was written. Did this with Year 7,8 and 9 class and they loved getting the chance to listen to the music. They followed it up with a presentation on their own favourite protest songs. A list of these is also provided in the second sheet.
This assembly was originally desgined to introduce changes to the school rules, but it can be easily adapted to look at school rules or laws in society. It would also be useful to use as tutor time activity.
FIrst lesson in the scheme of work on Crime & Punishment. Powerpoint along with quiz and worksheet. Although not on the Powerpoint, there is also a clipI used at the beginning called 'Criminal Penguin' from youtube which gave my pupils a little giggle. Please leave feedback :)
This lesson was prepared for the year 11 Citizenship students (AQA full course). This lesson is on the topic of Fairness, Justice and Law: Human rights in UK. It includes settler, starter, learning objectives/keywords introduction slide, a quick match-up activity to revise some keywords, the slide with information on the Human Rights Act 1998, some activities for discussion of the latter (I especially like the activity where they have to guess the rights!) and exam practice materials. The latter is an example of a part B question (4 c) with a model answer and success criteria, followed up by the self-assessment slide. The presentation ends with a cartoon for a plenary discussion.
A detailed and well differentiated lesson which for AQA Citizenship, covering the role of the police and their powers and place within the wider justice system. Parts of the spec covered: 3.4.1 Where does political power reside in the UK and how is it controlled? (Politics and Participation) 3.3.2 What are a citizen’s rights and responsibilities within the legal system? (Rights and Responsibilities) The lesson includes a detailed PowerPoint, information packs, differentiated activity worksheets, differentiated challenge activities, exam questions with peer assessment mark-scheme and clips tasks. These resources have been designed to be engaging, detailed and easy to follow. The PowerPoint and worksheets are in the ZIP file as there’s a lot of content. The images have been uploaded to show a few examples of the slides in the lesson :) Teaching Citizenship GCSE next year? Why not join our Citizenship and PSHE teachers Facebook group, with 5000 other teachers, for guidance, advice and resource sharing. You can contact us at email@example.com You can find many more inexpensive and free PSHE 2020, RSE, Citizenship GCSE, Careers, Tutor Time and RE resources at my shop: MORE EC RESOURCES LESSONS
A detailed and well differentiated lesson which covers both content for AQA Citizenship GCSE 9-1 covering content for: 3.3.3 How has the law developed over time, and how does the law protect the citizen and deal with criminals? Factors affecting crime rates in society and strategies to reduce crime. Differing forms of punishment available in the UK The effectiveness of differing types of sentence. How the youth justice system operates. The lesson includes a detailed PowerPoint, information pack, differentiated activity worksheets, differentiated challenge activities, exam questions with peer assessment mark-scheme and clips tasks. These resources have been designed to be engaging, detailed and easy to follow. The PowerPoint and worksheets are in the ZIP file as there’s a lot of content. The images have been uploaded to show a few examples of the slides in the lesson :) Teaching Citizenship GCSE next year? Why not join our Citizenship and PSHE teachers Facebook group, with 5000 other teachers, for guidance, advice and resource sharing. You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org You can find many more inexpensive and free PSHE 2020, RSE, Citizenship GCSE, Careers, Tutor Time and RE resources at my shop: MORE EC RESOURCES LESSONS
Edexcel GCSE Citizenship. Part of a fully resourced SoL including knowledge organisers and necessary book sheets to support student revision and home learning. All lessons have a starter, middle and plenary as a minimum. Lessons aimed at teaching to the top with scaffolding to support students learning. Regular lowstake quizzes to track students knowledge to aid the Teacher and Student to close those gaps.
This one hour lesson features a detailed and engaging lesson plan, presentation and differentiated activity to explain to students how the criminal justice system works in Britain. Great for teaching students the content of the rule of law, the judiciary and justice, the session focuses on the role of types of law in Britain, how offenders are punished and why laws are important. As with all resources, the lesson features differentiation for different abilities, as well as detailed guidance for the class teacher.
International Court of Justice ICJ PowerPoint Lesson for Citizenship Studies. (60-120 Minutes worth of Material) suitable for KS3 or KS4 students. Learning Outcomes: Secure: To identify the legal jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice Extended: To understand the make up of the ICJ judges and how it links to the UN Advanced: To understand why a world Court is needed Made by a team of Specialist Practicing Citizenship Teachers as part of one of the leading Citizenship Resources Providers in the UK - Cre8tive Resources . What is included in this product? Fully editable 15 slide PowerPoint Lesson 60-120 minutes ICJ Student Worksheet Chat Forum Activity worksheet 20 Exit Tickets Answer Keys: Student input creates some of the answers. Product Code CIT/C8/LS/40 Description of Product Ready-to-Use pack of classroom activities will enthuse and engage students that don’t require lots of printing! This lesson material is designed to be used for between one and two 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), differentiated tasks and, all relevant information to help students learn about issues relating to the topic. N.B This lesson can be taught with no printing (For those on tight budgets :) Our Philosophy We aim to help you equip students with the knowledge and skills to take ownership of their own learning. Products come ‘Ready-to-Teach’ with everything you need to teach fun and creative lessons. Our products are teacher-designed, classroom tested & student approved. With over 600 Citizenship and PSHE Products to pick from why not try looking at one of these: British Values Quiz Comparing electoral systems Voting systems and electoral reform GCSE CItizenship UNIT What is Identity Types of Democracy GCSE Citizenship Revision Quiz British Identity Depth study
A powerpoint designed for the new 9-1 GCSE Citizenship Specification which covers what the law is, the stages it takes for a law to be made and how the criminal justice system enforces the law. The presentation includes all of the activities, video links, homework and worksheets. Learning objectives and outcomes for this lesson are: L.O.: To understand the importance of law in society. Learning Outcomes: Bronze: To describe why we need laws in society. Silver: To explain how laws are made and enforced. Gold: To evaluate the pros and cons of having the law.
9-1 Citizenship Edexcel GCSE Exam Assessment: Criminal Responsibility, Law and Justice All our paid exam resources are fully editable. CIT/C8/AS/18 Covers all topics under Edexcel 3.1 - 3.4 Theme C How the Law Works - Criminal Responsibility, Law and Justice Exam Practice for the New GCSE Citizenship (9-1) Exam Board Edexcel (can easily be adapted for OCR and AQA) Each exam is out of 40 marks and consists of; Section A: Knowledge and Understanding Section B: Source Analysis and Application Section C: Evaluation through Essay Practice This resource contains: Exam Paper SEN Adapted Exam Paper (Essay Question) Source Sheet - with up to date relevant challenging sources Feedback Sheet - with marking scheme, example answers and grade boundaries to be used by students or teacher Track missing marks to improve exam technique CIT/C8/AS/18 This resource is matched against the tougher new requirements of GCSE Citizenship (9-1) and made by a team of GCSE Citizenship experts. It will save you hours of work for the price of a coffee. Try combining this resource with our other New GCSE Citizenship 9-1 Assessments, Double Lesson PowerPoints and Engaging Worksheets. Check out our Website for Discounted GCSE Exam Resources (Cheaper than on TES!) You may also want to check out other popular resources provided for by the UK’s No.1 Seller of GCSE Citizenship Resources. EDEXCEL - Complete Theme C - Teaching & Revision SUPER Jumbo Pack [EDEXCEL - Complete Theme A - Teaching & Revision SUPER Jumbo Pack] EDEXCEL Knowledge Organiser EDEXCEL Exam and Assessments Theme A EDEXCEL Exam and Assessments Theme B EDEXCEL Exam and Assessments Theme C EDEXCEL Exam and Assessments Theme D EDEXCEL Revision and Intervention Package Campaigning Active Citizenship Student Resources British Values Quiz
This lesson can be used for R.E, Citizenship or social science and considers the impact of how the poor are exploited through zero-hours contracts, human-trafficking and employment rights. It debates the use of credit cards and the success of unions. There are video resources within this lesson and worksheets to accompany it. Best used for Y9-11