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Current Affairs Form Time Activity - Uber Ban

Current Affairs Form Time Activity - Uber Ban

An engaging current affairs activity with videos, questions and a debate. New topical activity uploaded weekly! Please email me at josephcauldwell@mosslands.wirral.sch.uk if you would like the weekly PPT sent directly to your inbox. Please leave a review if you find this useful.
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Lord of the Flies- Setting and Symbolism

Lord of the Flies- Setting and Symbolism

Two full lessons that outline how Golding uses setting in the opening chapters and how the 'conch' is used as a symbol on the island. The first lesson closely analyses language and provides a broken down model answer to discuss and mark as a class. This also includes questions for pupils to consider when peer assessing their partner's response to the question. The second lesson looks at the technique of symbolism and refers to British Values and Democracy.
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NEWS QUIZ. Weekly News Quiz. Quiz for week starting 25.9.17

NEWS QUIZ. Weekly News Quiz. Quiz for week starting 25.9.17

This is a topical news quiz for use during the week starting on the 25th September 2017. It contains 10 topical news related questions and answers. Provided as a Word document so that you have complete editing power. This quiz can be printed out, placed into a PowerPoint or inserted into any document that you wish to produce. We have done the hard work so that you don't have to. A range of questions of varying difficulty, but all relate to stories in the news right now. This can therefore be used to encourage students to engage in the news. Watch out for a new weekly news quiz every week. The next one will be next Sunday!
StartEducation
The Identity Collection

The Identity Collection

The Identity Collection A collection of lessons based on or around the theme of identity. Click on the lesson links to find out more! Great value download. Visit my shop for more great lessons and resources: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/EngageinEnglish (Credits: Cooltext.com)
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Race Riots/ Urban Riots in the United States- Document Based Question

Race Riots/ Urban Riots in the United States- Document Based Question

Race Riots/ Urban Riots in the United States Essential Question: To what degree is change dependent on Conflict? And Can Conflict be Prevented? Background: Riots are shocking events where the ordinary rules of society break down. London 2011 was gripped by the sight of burning cars and hooded youths looting shops. But why do riots happen? What reason could there be for such destruction? Is it poverty and unemployment? Are people alienated from society? Or was it simple opportunism by criminals? Are they provoked by police brutality? Or did the police do too little to stop them? Are they the sign of a breakdown in morality? Are they a product of a “culture of dependency”? Or do some people just want to see the world burn? The United States has its own history of civil unrest; and much of our history involves poverty, race, in cities. Therefore, it is worthwhile to look at some of the dynamics and causes of the major urban race riots that have occurred in the United States. Many Riots from the late 20th century till today, stand out as particularly dramatic moments in American urban history, and it is useful to tease out some of the historical contingencies and large social conditions that produced these periods of strife in order to prevent more violence from occurring. - Source: Nielsen, Author Robert. “What Causes Riots?” Whistling In The Wind, 1 Mar. 2013, whistlinginthewind.org/2013/02/28/what-causes-riots/. Task/ World Class Outcome: Investigate the past events (riots) and generate an understanding of current events to purpose solutions to achieve future objectives In other words, you will research and read about riots in the United States using the information provided and create an action plan/ advice for the President of the United States to solve the Race Problems within the Urban areas of the United States and prevent future riots. In doing so use, the graphic organizer to help you find out more information about the Riots researched. Riots Include 1898 Wilmington 1906 Atlanta 1917 St. Louis 1919 Red Summer Chicago 1921 Tulsa, OK 1943 Detriot 1964 Harlem, NY 1964 LA, Watts 1967 Newark, NJ 1968 Baltimore 1991 Crown Heights, NY 1992 LA- Rodney King 2014 Ferguson, Missouri 2015- Baltimore
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Personal Finance Unit

Personal Finance Unit

Citizenship / PSHE resources: A short unit of 5x fully resourced lessons. Each includes: 1hr PowerPoint, worksheets, clips, differentiated fully for MA,LA or Core, designed to fit Ofsted criteria for' Good' or above. PSHE / Citizenship / ASDAN Many more inexpensive and free resources at my shop: EC_Resources Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :) Or you can check out some of our most popular PSHE, Citizenship and RE resources below: Mental Health PSHE Bundle 1 Whole Year of PSHE Resources British Values Citizenship Bundle Careers, Employment and Enterprise Bundle Islam Bundle Sex and Relationships Education
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AFTER A VISIT TO AUSCHWITZ

AFTER A VISIT TO AUSCHWITZ

The bundle represents 7 poems, written the day after a visit to Auschwitz, and a personal commentary on how the poems came about. The poems and commentary can be used in class to reflect on the lessons of Auschwitz and the holocaust, and of course to investigate the power and form of poetry. The commentary might lead to some useful discussion and reflection on the creative process. All proceeds from the sale of this bundle will go in full to the Holocaust Educational Trust.
Arnie57
Supply Teacher/Cover Supervisor Bundle

Supply Teacher/Cover Supervisor Bundle

There are a range of resources in this bundle which can be delivered to students of many abilities from 11-16. Some resources are also applicable to A-Level students. They cover; study skills, English and a range of PSHE/tutorial topics which require little planning. The price of this bundle means that you are getting each resource for less than £1
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Can we prevent people becoming violent extremists?

Can we prevent people becoming violent extremists?

Radicalisation and extremism can pose a serious threat to any civilised society and in Britain’s case they may challenge and threaten those values that underpin society itself. It is important to try and understand the issues associated with radicalisation and extremism. This session investigates: - The language associated with extremism and radicalisation - Radicalisation/Extremism: Can it be prevented? - Case studies of Extremists - British Values Question Interactive resource developed in prezi. Can be used by small groups, individuals or by parents. Includes downloadable pdf worksheet
sojellyfish
Understanding the European Union (EU)

Understanding the European Union (EU)

A short PowerPoint presentation that can be used for one lesson and is mainly useful for providing a background on the European Union. It can help provide students an overview of why the EU was created and it explains the treaties that are significant for the functioning of the EU. It also includes a few engaging activities that will help students understand the content of the presentation. This presentation works great along with a presentation I made on Brexit, that can be found on the following link: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/brexit-examining-the-economic-and-political-aspects-11686242. The presentation addresses the following learning outcomes: Identify the formal structure of the EU; Recall several treaties relevant to the formation of the EU; Understand relevant trends to the further evolution of the EU; Identify key areas of cooperation for EU member-states; Identify key concerns in the further development of the EU.
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Binge Drinking

Binge Drinking

Worksheet designed to inform and educate regarding the effects of alcohol on the human body and society. Split the class into small groups and assign a role for each group on the Paradise Island Community. Allow 10 minutes for each group to decide their opinion and formulate an argument. Then provide time for each group to present their case. Either have a vote of the whole class concerning the decision of the Paradise Island Community on the sale of alcoholic drinks or assign a group of pupils to play the role of the Paradise Island Community Council and give a considered deliberation.
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