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Michael Sheen reads my 25 minute winning science fiction story for KS2/3 PSHE, Health & well being

Michael Sheen reads my 25 minute winning science fiction story for KS2/3 PSHE, Health & well being

Michael Sheen reads the winner of the 2017 FromHereToWhere.org prize from the Royal Society for Public Health and the Health Foundation for the best short story focusing on the future of health and wellbeing. " A brilliantly funny and well-imagined story about a world where only the rich can protect themselves from a diet of unhealthy advertising." Julia Golding, award winning children's author. Free at fromheretowhere.org
Tim-Byrne
Current Affairs Form Time Activity - Christmas Adverts

Current Affairs Form Time Activity - Christmas Adverts

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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DLS Getting a Paycheck Workbook-Daily Living Skills

DLS Getting a Paycheck Workbook-Daily Living Skills

Getting a Paycheck is part of Susan Traugh’s 18-volume Daily Living Skills series offering transitional skills for mild-to-moderately affected special needs students and general education students alike. Written on a high third/low fourth grade level with airy-pages and bullet-point information for easy independent study, these workbooks, nevertheless, respect teens’ maturity and humor while presenting federally mandated, Indicator 13 skills needed for adult independence. Workbooks are meant to be self-paced and adaptable with student interests and goals driving most units. Each lesson is taught in a short one-to-three page format with follow-up worksheets/activities to check comprehension. Real world activities are provided whenever possible. Lessons in Daily Living Skills Getting a Paycheck include: Whose Time is it? What’s an Emergency? Taking Breaks, Social Security Cards, Hourly or Salaried? Overtime, Pay Periods, Gross vs. Net Pay, Deductions, W-4 Forms, Keeping the Job, Bank Accounts, Fiscal Responsibility, Needs vs. Wants, The 50/20/30 Rule, Rainy Day Funds, Cards, Getting Out of Balance, Credit Card Debt, Your Credit Score, Your W-2 Form, Filing Your Taxes. Also included are Parent Verification Letters, answer key and grading sheet. A preview of this book is provided here, or sample the series with our free book—Doing Laundry. Titles in the Daily Living Skills transition series include: Who Am I?, Cleaning House, Doing Laundry, Dress for Success, Kitchen Basics, Nutrition, Grocery Shopping, Making Meals, Paying Bills, Staying Healthy, Time Management and Transportation, Fair Fighting, Everyday Manners, Making Conversation, Managing Stress, Safe Dating and Getting a Paycheck.
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Careers Scheme, lesson plans and resources for Year 7

Careers Scheme, lesson plans and resources for Year 7

This resource compises 7 detailed lesson plans and resources to support them focused on developing careers education for students in Year 7 which can be used as part of PSHE or Citizenship programmes. Self Development i) To re-enforce understanding of the key words that they have learned and be able to teach them to pupils that are younger than themselves. Career Exploration i) To understand what Career, Job and occupation mean, how they are different and also to be able to describe different jobs within occupations and careers. ii) Students should be able to explain the reasons why people enter paid employment and that to enter certain jobs requires certain things (eg experience, skills or education). iii) Identify the range of work roles in the school and how they enable the school to function on a day-to-day basis. Career Management i) To describe their previous achievements from both in and out of school and understand how they can be put into different categories. ii) What Gross monthly income means and what a day in the life of a given occupation would look like. iii) To understand that you need to balance your income and outgoings each month and then also how to do it. Also to understand the new key words.
mauger
Addiction: Drugs + more!

Addiction: Drugs + more!

5 x fully resourced, highly-rated PSHE lesson packs. All 5 lesson packs are complete with 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. 1: Drugs, the different types, their dangers, classifications and consequences. 2: Alcohol, the issues it causes, drinking safely and consequences of not drinking sadely. 3. Vaping and smoking - the science behind addiction. Focus on whether vaping is safe and on the dangers of smoking. Look into addiction and dopamine's role. 4. The lure and issues caused by gambling and online gambling. A look into how the mind gets hooked on winning. 5. Pornography, its effects on society, the brain and the consequences of having unreal expectations for relationships. Many more inexpensive and free resources at my shop: EC_Resources Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :)
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Introduction to Budgeting / Saving - Fun at the Fair!

Introduction to Budgeting / Saving - Fun at the Fair!

This lesson was created as an introduction to budgeting / saving for a one-off KS2 lesson, but would also work as a KS3 lesson (depending on whether they have been introduced to budgeting / saving before) 1) Have each student fill out the "Things to do at the Fair!" tick sheet - ticking all the things they would like to do at the fair. 2) Give out the "How much will it Cost?" information sheet so that students are able to fill in the "How much will it Cost?" calculation sheet. At the end of this step, each student should have a total amount amount of money they would need in order to do everything they wanted to do at the Fair. 3) Print out (on card if possible) and cut out all the money scenario cards. Hand one to each student and have them calculate how they will pay for their day at the Fair. (Depending on the class, it may work best to have them do this in partners so they can discuss with each other) 4) As an extension, students could a) discuss with the class what they will do to budget / save for their day at the Fair; b) they could think other ways to earn / save money; c) they could modify their "Things to do at the Fair" tick sheet so that it is more affordable; d) they could calculate how much a day at the fair would cost for their whole family.
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