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Fairer And More Sustainable World  Class Play or Assembly

Fairer And More Sustainable World Class Play or Assembly

Fairer And More Sustainable World Assembly or Class Play Cast of 30 - easily adjustable up or down (Narrator plus 29 Protestors) Duration - around 20 minutes not including music suggestions This script covers two major themes – Fairness in terms of social equality; and Sustainability re: protection of the environment. The two themes are available as separate assemblies: · Fairer World Assembly · The Environment Assembly The price of this script reflects the fact that this is 'The Environment Assembly' plus a segment from the Fairer World Assembly i.e. a combined script. For full coverage of social issues/justice, I would suggest making Fairer World as a separate purchase. Sample Text: Protestor 1: (Holding up ‘F’) F is for Fairer World Protestor 2: (Holding up ‘A’) A is for All living things being loved and cared for Protestor 3: (Holding up ‘I’) I is for International Cooperation Protestor 4: (Holding up ‘R’) R is for Reduction of all things harmful to the environment Protestor 5: (Holding up ‘E’) E is for Education for everyone Protestor 6: (Holding up ‘R’) R is for Respect for everyone Protestor 7: (Holding up ‘W’) W is for Water that is clean and available to all Protestor 8: (Holding up ‘O’) O is for Ozone layer survival Protestor 9: (Holding up ‘R’) R is for Rainforests saved Protestor 10: (Holding up ‘L’) L is for Love throughout the world Protestor 11: (Holding up ‘D’) and D is for Diversity respected and encouraged everywhere Narrator: Wow! That’s a pretty awesome list! Protestor 12: All the more awesome if we could make it happen! Narrator: But that’s why we’re here today! To make it happen! Other scripts available on the two subjects of social fairness and protecting our planet are as follows: Assemblies/Class Plays on: • Bullying and how to deal with it • British Values • Children’s Rights • Mutual Respect • numerous other PSHE scripts – in both assembly/class play and guided reading format • Our Planet • Environment
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Fairer World Assembly

Fairer World Assembly

Fairer World Assembly or Class Play Cast of 30 (easily adaptable up or down) Narrator plus Protestors 1 - 29 Duration Around 20 minutes including music and/or poetry suggestions. This script deals exclusively with fairness as a social and economic issue. Mention is made in the script of Children’s Rights. For a full ‘account’ of these see Children’s Rights Assembly. Sample Text Protestor 17: Those suffragettes might have got women the vote but there is still a long way to go before women have equal rights with men. Protestor 18: And what about the disabled? They are also still treated differently from the rest of us. A closer study should be made of their rights! Protestor 19: And what about the elderly? Do they always have as much say as they should? Protestor 20: (Stamping foot) And us children! We have rights too! Narrator: (Hurriedly) Oh I don’t think anyone would argue with that! Protestor 21: Is it really so much to ask? That all people be given the same chance in life? Protestor 22: That everybody has the same opportunities? Narrator: Aha! And that is where education is so important! Protestor 23: Good education for all so we can all achieve our full potential. Protestor 24: And it’s just as important that we keep ourselves informed, via the news and media, about the rest of the world. Protestor 25: Some countries do not have the wealth and resources that we have. Protestor 26: Developing countries or countries of the Third World need our help – now! Protestor 27: We have more than enough for ourselves – so we should be prepared to share our good fortune with others less fortunate than ourselves. Another script entitled Fairer and More Sustainable World Assembly combines fairness and protecting the environment. It is 'The Environment Assembly' plus a segment from the Fairer World Assembly i.e. a combined script. For full coverage of social issues/justice, I would suggest making Fairer World a separate purchase. Other scripts available are as follows: Assemblies/Class Plays on: • Bullying and how to deal with it • British Values • Children’s Rights (as mentioned above) • Mutual Respect • numerous other PSHE scripts – in both assembly/class play and guided reading format plus • Our Planet (available as class play and as a set of guided reading scripts) • Environment Assembly
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British Values Posters

British Values Posters

Contains 8 posters on British Values (including 3 title alternatives). Posters include a brief description of each value. Please these posters will need trimming.
Danny7107
Suffragettes - 100 years of women voting (Britain) 2018 - KS2

Suffragettes - 100 years of women voting (Britain) 2018 - KS2

6th February 2018 marks 100 years since women over 30 were given the vote in Britain. Celebrate this historic anniversary by teaching your KS2 children about the suffragettes and the Bill in Parliament that allowed women to vote. This resource is a 22 slide detailed, editable PowerPoint, perfect for teaching your children about this important topic. The slideshow covers women's rights prior to suffrage, the actions of the the suffragettes, the arguments on either side, a detailed look at five particular suffragists, women during the war, the Act in Parliament, women in the 20th century and suffrage around the world. It concludes some questions for further conversation. It is suitable for using with KS2 children and could be used for an assembly, a filler or a lesson introduction. I hope you enjoy teaching about this historic event! (Please note: This PowerPoint is adapted from the secondary school version to make it appropriate for primary aged children.)
blossomingminds
PSHE: Year 10 PSHE

PSHE: Year 10 PSHE

12x fully resourced, highly-rated PSHE lesson packs and units suitable for Year 10. All 12 lesson packs are complete with at least one hour-long powerpoint, 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. These resources have been highly-rated individually by TES users, follow the same consistent format and are easy to follow. There is zero extra work required, and the whole bundle follows PSHE Association topic recommendations and Ofsted latest SRE/ PSHE Association guidance for Year 10. I use all of these myself as a Head of PSHE and I really hope you find them excellent value. I've put literally months of time into this to make these lessons top quality for my own school team. Please leave me a review and I'll send you any other resource of your choice for free. Many more inexpensive and free resources at my shop - where you can find my bundles for other year groups: EC_Resources Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :)
EC_Resources
Gradual Change in Nazi Germany

Gradual Change in Nazi Germany

A powerpoint, worsearch, timeline, video and youtube video about how Nazi Germany gradually slid into more and more extreme versions of anti-semitism. It chronicles the dates of some of the 2000 laws passed against Jews in the years following Hitler's election in 1933, and attempts to answer the question HOW did normal people allow, and participate, in the Holocaust. It attempts to answer this to help students understand how vigilance in any society, and the trends within it, are something any healthy citizen should take part in. The Key Learning Question is: How did the Holocaust happen? Activities are differentiated, and extension activities are included. Resources suited for yr.6 (10yo) and up.
DavidFew
Masks Poster Pack 2- Recreational  and Disguise

Masks Poster Pack 2- Recreational and Disguise

This is Set 2 (containing 13 posters) of the Types of Masks Poster Pack, a collection of over 50 posters in four packs depicting a range of different types of masks from around the world. Set 2's thirteen posters are organised into two groups. Group one is protective masks found in common sports and recreational activities and includes Paintballing, Fencing, Scuba Diving, Ice Hockey, Baseball, Skiing and Kendo. The second group covers masks to disguise identities and includes Criminal, Police Officer, Activist/Protester, Wild West Outlaw and Superhero.. An introductory poster contains background information. A PowerPoint presentation is included with all the main photographs and the text. Each poster features a large, photograph highlighting the mask in context. A smaller photograph shows variations on that style of mask. A small information box details the masks use and function. The mask set was designed with the Drama teacher in mind as part of a comprehensive collection of masks. Masks can be integrated into many other areas of the curriculum and would be useful as topic starters in English, discussions of occupations and careers in HASS, models for Design and Technology or for creative play and art work. Pack 1 focuses on occupational protective masks including beekeeper, firefighter and surgeon. Pack 3 will focus on masks in entertainment such as the theatre and movies. Pack 4 will be a Cultural pack and look at ethnic and historical masks.
OzFlynx
Citizenship GCSE 9-1 Revision

Citizenship GCSE 9-1 Revision

73+ pages of revision activities and self assessment trackers for the new GCSE 9-1 Citizenship. This revision guide will work alongside all three specifications OCR AQA and EDEXCEL. To further support students they can undertake these activities as homework's, classwork, independent learning, differentiated intervention etc.. Includes a PLC tracker for students to self assess their progress. Content is similar for all Exam boards. Designed to help those students who perhaps struggle with all the renewed focus on 100% exam for GCSE CITIZENSHIP 9-1 How can they be used? - Additional Support throughout lesson -Homework / Intervention Work / Cover Work -Peer and self assessment / AFL through the PLC Tracker. -Revision material before exams. -Extension/ review activity in a lesson These resources work well with my other popular GCSE Citizenship Resources… These resources work well with other popular PSHE and Citizenship Resources - See Below.. MAINTAINING AN OUTSTANDING CITIZENSHIP DEPARTMENT Student Election Campaigning Resource MEDIA AND FREE PRESS GCSE UNIT DEVOLUTION OF POWER UNIT & ECONOMY UNIT Economy and privatisation Gcse lessons NATO, WTO and the Commonwealth New 9-1 GCSE Citizenship Assessments and Feedback Bundle Learning about the law – Civil and Criminal and the Justice System UK 2017 Educational Election Quiz Learning about the United Nations
fantastic17
Debate Lesson Plan - The government should introduce a sugar tax

Debate Lesson Plan - The government should introduce a sugar tax

This debate focused lesson contains a PDF giving you all you need to introduce the topic and set up a class debate. The first page has a debate topic as well as a summary of the topic - in this case a sugar/food tax. It provides a breakdown of key points and the major pros and cons of the topic. The second page has language to use in a debate. It is also categorised. The third page has group cards which can be cut and distributed to indicate to the students which team they are on, and therefore plan their side of the debate. The lesson should be suitable for CEF rated classes of B1 and above. Can be used for ESL or TEFL classes. These lessons are provided for free.
BalvinderKataora
Debate Lesson Plan - Climate change is a hoax

Debate Lesson Plan - Climate change is a hoax

This debate focused lesson contains a PDF giving you all you need to introduce the topic and set up a class debate. The first page has a debate topic as well as a summary of the topic - In this case climate change. It provides a breakdown of key points and the major pros and cons of the topic. The second page has language to use in a debate. It is also categorised. The third page has group cards which can be cut and distributed to indicate to the students which team they are on, and therefore plan their side of the debate. The lesson should be suitable for CEF rated classes of B1 and above. Can be used for ESL or TEFL classes. These lessons are provided for free.
BalvinderKataora
Debate Lesson Plan - Begging should be banned

Debate Lesson Plan - Begging should be banned

This debate focused lesson contains a PDF giving you all you need to introduce the topic and set up a class debate. The first page has a debate topic as well as a summary of the topic - in this case begging. It provides a breakdown of key points and the major pros and cons of the topic. The second page has language to use in a debate. It is also categorised. The third page has group cards which can be cut and distributed to indicate to the students which team they are on, and therefore plan their side of the debate. The lesson should be suitable for CEF rated classes of B1 and above. Can be used for ESL or TEFL classes. These lessons are provided for free.
BalvinderKataora