Ideas for PSHE schemes of work from September 2016 and onwards
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Ideas for PSHE schemes of work from September 2016 and onwards

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* Children everywhere are keen to be seen to be green! * VALUES work enables learners to value their education and flourish. * Personal, Social, Health and Economic (PSHE) education develops essential life skills. "17 Sustainable Development Goals" agreed in September 2015 by the world leaders from 193 countries provide an abundance of engaging topics for PSHE schemes of work and there is a growing amount of material being made available such as: * UNICEF lesson plans (https://teachunicef.org/teaching-materials/topic/sustainable-development-goals) * TES lesson plans (https://www.tes.com/worldslargestlesson/) * Sustainable Development Goals videos (http://www.un.org/sustainabledevelopment/videos/) 3 revolutions are taking place and impacting and transforming the lives of all of us - now and for the future: * the DIGITAL revolution * the VALUES revolution * the DEVELOPMENT revolution ~ turning people's VISIONS into ACTIONS.
Health and well-being
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Health and well-being

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The lesson idea is to get the students involved in different tasks on how to bring about clean, safe water to a developing community as well as safe environment. They will also wrestle with the challenges of competing ideas and technical solutions. Finally, working as a team to discover the best way forward in a particular settings on how to address water related diseases, safe water and safe environment.
Global Goals Paper Chains
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Global Goals Paper Chains

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A fun and easy resource to engage students with the UN Global Goals and to decorate your classroom at the same time! Students choose which Global Goal paper chain they would like to create and write their Goal for the Goal on the back of their chain. Black & White version and Colour version available.
Gender Equality Lesson Plan with Emma Watson
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Gender Equality Lesson Plan with Emma Watson

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Learning objectives of this lesson plan are: To understand the framework of the Global Goals for Sustainable Development. To gain better understanding and awareness of one global topic, gender equality, to model more effective and active global citizenship. To apply local statistics to an action that contributes to the achievement of the Global Goals. To gather, process, calculate, interpret, analyse and apply data for practical application in a real-life context and compare these against a predicted outcome.
A Just World
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A Just World

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Lesson idea is centered around the balance in the society on gender issues where a female child is allowed equal rights with a male child.
 Sustainability
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Sustainability

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The lesson introduces the concept of conventional and non conventional sources of energy.The lesson emphasizes the importance of sustainability.The lesson focuses on wind as a clean source of energy and the need for it to be tapped for the future.