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Information Gap on Migrant Children

Information Gap on Migrant Children

This activity, from our citizenship webpage, draws upon an article published in the New Yorker about Britain's treatment of migrant children from the Kindertransport to the Calais jungle. Despite the Dubs amendment not one child has to date (July 2017) entered the UK under these arrangements. The Collaborative Learning Project develops and disseminates activities that promote talk for learning or oracy in context and information gap activities (we have many on our website) are designed to make difficult content more accessible. We have used this activity from Year 5 to 12.

By collaborative

Treatment of minorities in Nazi Germany/ prejudice.

Treatment of minorities in Nazi Germany/ prejudice.

A great lesson not only to explore who the different groups were that were persecuted in Nazi Germany but also explore role/responsibilities citizens have and how the decisions we make as individuals as active/passive political citizens can affect others without us realising. Will need the internet for research.

By sj_21

Ghandi: passive resistance

Ghandi: passive resistance

Students explore what passive resistance prior to a lesson on Gandhi. Several examples provided some of a few famous people and others of ordinary people to show their resistance to abuses of power.

By sj_21

Rights of the Child Full SOW with lessons and work book

Rights of the Child Full SOW with lessons and work book

Complete written scheme of work, with activities booklet for each lesson and complete lessons with powerpoints and handouts. Topics include: United Nations Rights of the child, child soldiers, street children, NGOs and charity planning. Useful for Year 9 and Year 10 PSHE and Citizenship.

By MissOzenbrook

Sportsmanship learning materials

Sportsmanship learning materials

The Sportsmanship Info Pack contains learning materials for students to help understand the aspects of sportsmanship and promote self evaluation. Also included are teaching guides for both Australia and New Zealand. These materials have been designed to be used in League of Legends high school clubs and may be useful in learning the aspects of sportsmanship in other environments. It contains: - Aspects of Sportsmanship - Student Materials - Aspects of Sportsmanship - Teacher Materials - Australian Teaching Guide - New Zealand Teaching Guide - Sportsmanship Discussion Cards - Student Self Evaluation Sheets

By ilee1

Power and Conflict Poetry - Garland's Kamikaze

Power and Conflict Poetry - Garland's Kamikaze

Perfect for mixed ability GCSE classes, this printable lesson helps pupils analyse Garland's Kamikaze by exploring its meaning (AO1) through language/structure (AO2) and considering how it presents wider ideas/issues (AO3). With model answers and differentiated questioning, this powerpoint can also be printed so pupils can independently explore the meaning (AO1), analyse the poem (AO2) and establish its links to wider context over 3 lessons. Pupils are given model answers for analytical and comparative writing so can then analyse the poem in prose and compare it to different poems in the anthology. In the final lesson, pupils are given the opportunity to write their own comparative essay following an exam answer.

By DeepaSabharwal