10 hours of fully resourced 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.
- 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?
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