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Diet and Nutrition

Diet and Nutrition

Citizenship / PSHE resources: 1 hour PP, worksheets, clips, well differentiated, KS3/ KS4. These resources have been designed to be engaging, detailed and easy to follow. All our resources are editable (so easy to adapt for your classes) and are designed to last one hour each. You can find many more inexpensive and free PSHE, Citizenship and RE 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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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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Ethical Finance: Sweatshops and Fair Trade

Ethical Finance: Sweatshops and Fair Trade

Citizenship / PSHE / Finance resources: 1 hour PP, worksheets, clips, well differentiated KS3 / KS4 These resources have been designed to be engaging, detailed and easy to follow. All our resources are editable (so easy to adapt for your classes) and are designed to last one hour each. You can find many more inexpensive and free PSHE, Citizenship and RE 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.
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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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Form Time PSHE. Friends and Friendship Activities

Form Time PSHE. Friends and Friendship Activities

Help students develop positive relationships. This resource encourages students to consider their relationship with their friends. Are they influenced by their friends? Do they have positive relationships? Can they improve their friendships? Included is a questionnaire which helps students analyse the type of friendships that they have. Also included are discussion starting points and prompts to encourage reflection. Suitable for PSHE lessons, form time .... or any time when you feel that students could benefit from considering their relationship with their peers.
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Secondary School Assemblies Programme: An Exploration of Children's rights

Secondary School Assemblies Programme: An Exploration of Children's rights

Introduce and explore the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child with young people aged 11 and upwards with this programme of ten assembly presentations and accompanying teachers booklet. Assemblies can be a fantastic way to introduce what rights are and why they are important to new audiences. We recommend using this resource as your schools begins its rights respecting journey. The collection of multimedia PowerPoint presentations is designed to be used sequentially with each assembly building on learning gained through the previous. A booklet accompanies this programme providing a guide for presenting teacher, with extra background knowledge so they can deepen their understanding of children’s rights in practice. We recommend reading the booklet before embarking on the assembly programme. For more information about the Rights Respecting Schools Award visit: www.unicef.org.uk/rights-respecting-schools Photograph: Unicef/Sutton-Hibbert
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iDEA film

iDEA film

When we launched the Bronze Inspiring Digital Enterprise Award a few months ago, we asked some of the people who helped make, test and play with iDEA to create their very own 'video selfie' to put into a little introduction film. We asked them - what do you think of iDEA? How would you describe it? These are the results - you and your students will hear from people who have used iDEA to develop digital and enterprise skills; teachers and university staff who are using it in classrooms, workshops and clubs; partners who are helping make the 'badges' (the online modules) and some of the people who have helped make iDEA happen.
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Agitate, Educate, Organise - Citizenship Learning Resources on William Morris and Campaigning

Agitate, Educate, Organise - Citizenship Learning Resources on William Morris and Campaigning

A collection of resources from the William Morris Gallery. The materials include student worksheets background information for teachers and presentations for KS2 and KS4. These resources have been developed with a visit to the gallery in mind, but they will also provide an sound reference point for anyone wanting to know more about the role of William Morris as an activist and campaigner. We also offer workshops Agitate, Educate, Organise! Key Stages 3 and 4 Citizenship/PSHE 90 - 180 minutes William Morris combined his passion for decorative arts with a belief in the need for social change. Students will explore campaign methods adopted by Morris and compare these to contemporary campaigns. They will develop an activity to address a Citizenship issue: how to make their voice heard, make a difference and bring about change. http://www.wmgallery.org.uk/learning/secondary-workshops Inspiring a Campaign Key Stage 2 Citizenship/PSHE 90 - 150 minutes Morris was a powerful campaigner for social justice and his influence is still cited today by leading activists and thinkers. Students explore Morris’s political pamphlets and posters, comparing them with today’s protest art, before presenting a campaign close to their hearts. http://www.wmgallery.org.uk/learning/primary-workshops All images contained within these documents remain copyright of the William Morris Gallery. As such they may be used for educational purposes but should not be used for any commercial gain.
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