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Talking with children about a major emergency

Talking with children about a major emergency

How can primary teachers support children when shocking and distressing events appear in the news? There are no easy answers, but understanding, observation and compassion are important. This resource presents guidance for teachers informed by psychosocial practitioners at the British Red Cross. It also includes activities to help children explore their emotions following a traumatic event in the news.
BritishRedCross
Talking with young people about a major emergency

Talking with young people about a major emergency

Major emergencies regularly appear in the news headlines. When an event like this occurs, teachers can use this resource to support young people to explore how they feel about the emergency and the impact it might have had on others. > Through taking part in these activities young people will be able to: > Explore how they and others may feel following news of a major emergency. > Consider the people affected and appreciate the humanity and generosity of those helping. > Learn coping skills that they can use to help themselves and others when distressing events are in the news.
BritishRedCross
SOCIAL SERVICES MEDIA RESOURCE Vol. 1

SOCIAL SERVICES MEDIA RESOURCE Vol. 1

THE SOCIAL SERVICES MEDIA RESOURCE Vol. 1 - Playlist (25pcs.) I'd like to offer to you a free resource that helps to bring greater awareness to some of today's leading social issues, (substance abuse, domestic violence, education, etc.). This resource is simply a playlist of songs supported by video and visuals, (recorded by Brick Casey), that approaches various social issues with hopes to resonate with a specific target audience..., and what better way than music. Whether one has an on-going issue with unprotected sex, or being a student dealing with Alzheimer's at home, this playlist touches the issue 'specifically' as well as helps to let one know that they are not alone in their issue. This playlist, (and it's components collectively and/or individually makes for great way to introduce many of those 'hard-to-discuss' topics in the classroom. This resource is also a good gift for students to listen to during their free time, (so as to keep one focused on positivity). I found that many parents have this playlist as 'background noise' for long car rides with their children and families. This resource is also can also be used without license and can be played anywhere for the sole purpose of supporting a particular theme or event program. Best of all, this resource and all of it's components are FREE, (an educators favorite word). So please, feel free to check it out here on Spotify: SOCIAL SERVICES MEDIA RESOURCE Vol.1 https://open.spotify.com/user/1231364124/playlist/0pkeCBFGXgt1r1I0z6Raqm?si=uAB1PSlmTpOmLXv1S3zT7g Feel free to share with other professionals, families or to anyone affected with any given issue happening.... #NeverKnowJustMightHelp So to all educators/social service men and women, #ThankYouForAllYouDo! already and I look forward towards your continued success in culturing our for the better. If there are any questions, concerns or maybe you might want the mp3's for your personal use, just contact me at anytime. I'm here. All the best #WorldChangers. Sincerely, Brick Casey Prod: Underground Records/Awareness Media Group Artist: Brick Casey (BMI) For more information about Brick Casey and company: www.brickcasey.webs.com Publishing: Big Underground Music Publishing (BMI) Under The Hill Music Group (ASCAP) Licensing: non-exclusive ONLY All Inquiries: brickcasey@gmail.com
KnowledgeIsInfinite1
Starter For Ten Enterprise Project. Lesson Two - Could You Be An Entrepreneur?

Starter For Ten Enterprise Project. Lesson Two - Could You Be An Entrepreneur?

This is the second lesson in a series of fourteen which make up the Starter For Ten project. Starter For Ten is a whole term, cross-curricular project for upper primary classes. A series of lessons provide the class with the knowledge and skills they need to start their own businesses in small groups. Groups are loaned £10 to start their business with the businesses running for four weeks after around six weeks learning and preparation. Starter For Ten provides a highly motivating, real world context for learning with pupils taking full responsibility for their businesses. The pupils are also responsible for making key decisions including what to spend any profit on and whether to act as philanthropists and opt to donate a proportion of their income to charity. The full project covers a number of curriculum areas: literacy, numeracy, health and wellbeing, religious and moral education, social studies and technologies. All lessons are fully linked to the Scottish Curriculum For Excellence. Each of the fourteen lessons includes a lesson plan, a PowerPoint presentation and any worksheets or other resources required. Lesson plans include learning objectives, suggestions for differentiation, a starter activity, a main lesson, a plenary activity, suggestions for further development, opportunities for display, and relevant second level Curriculum For Excellence experiences and outcomes. LESSON 2 OVERVIEW: In this lesson the class discuss the qualities of successful entrepreneurs. They then relate these to themselves and identify their own qualities which could help them when they start their business. More detail of the ‘Starter For Ten’ project is given to the pupils in this lesson. The children then form themselves into business groups and begin brainstorming business ideas. LESSON 2 LEARNING OBJECTIVES: 1. I can identify qualities in myself which could help me as an entrepreneur. 2. I can find appropriate business partners.
activelinkslearning
TECH AWARD IN HEALTH introduction & P1

TECH AWARD IN HEALTH introduction & P1

A bank of resources for introducing and teaching Tech Award in Health & Social Care Component 2: Health & Social Care Services and Values. Includes starter activities, writing frame for SEN students, power point presentation, task sheet and a homework sheet.
rachael290
Emotional Literacy Lesson

Emotional Literacy Lesson

I created this presentation as a way to help my year 4 children to better understand and identify the many different feelings they have, to be able to name them specifically and to enable them to better express themselves when they have a problem . This is also an excellent way to develop emotional vocabulary for story telling. I hope you enjoy this resource, please let me know if you find it useful. Thank You :)
silverbirch
PSHE: Is anybody perfect? Part 1

PSHE: Is anybody perfect? Part 1

I created this lesson for my year 8 PSHE group. In this lesson they are asked to reflect on how we and other people see themselves and then make links to how media represent people. Key terms like media are explored and there are some hyperlinks to demonstrate how media can manipulate how people look. This lesson is structured in a clear and easy to follow manner, with... - Starter task - Clear learning objectives - A range of new information with linked learning tasks and activities clearly outlined. - Plenary - reflection of key ideas explored in the lesson.
clmcdonnell
Healthy Eating and Exercise - PHSE Year 8

Healthy Eating and Exercise - PHSE Year 8

Healthy Eating and Exercise (Teachers Notes) Carousal Workshop • There are 4 tasks to complete. • 10 minutes on each and then move to the next activity. • Students complete the worksheets • Form tutors fill in the calories counters Task 1: Calories Counter Task 2: Food Adventure Task 3: PowerPoint Presentation Task 4: Quiz (Please note that I am dyslexic, so I might make a few errors, along the way)
simisterlucy
Computing/ICT/PSHE Homework Project - Online Addiction

Computing/ICT/PSHE Homework Project - Online Addiction

6 week homework project on online addiction with differentiated criteria. Structure: Introduction lesson (Starter, videos, Kahoot, into task) Week 1: Research skills Week 2: Introduction Week 3: Facts and Opinions Week 4: Formatting and Editing Week 5: Peer Assessment Week 6: Self Assessment and improvements Includes differentiated marking matrix.
CalamityDave
PHSE Alcohol x 2 Lessons

PHSE Alcohol x 2 Lessons

Included are 2 x lessons on the affects of Alcohol. Both lessons use media clips, All links are included. For lesson one there is an information sheet as well as tasks on the PP for pupils to complete. The lesson starts with a True and False card sort activity. The second lesson looks at a documentary that investigates the use of Alcohol by people in the UK. There is a worksheet for pupils to complete as they watch this documentary, differentiated tasks are included on the PP.
jkms77