British values - Democracy

British values - Democracy

This is a three part module designed for KS2 explaining democracy in straightforward terms, including: - what democracy means - how the system of voting and elections works in the UK - the way that local, national and European government works - an overview of how an idea becomes a law This includes a PowerPoint presentation and an activities sheet. Activities include: Creating a new political party, and the Suffragette Movement. This is a free sample lesson. For more lessons like this please visit www.gogivers.org
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British values - Tolerance

British values - Tolerance

This lesson helps children to consider what it means to be open-minded and how keeping an open-mind can help us to be more tolerant of difference. Cross curricular links: Literacy Learning Activities - Identifying examples of stereotyping, prejudice and discrimination - Writing letters to political representatives - Designing community questionnaires - Exploring whether there are limits to tolerance. This is a free sample lesson. For more lessons like this please visit www.gogivers.org
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Anger Management

Anger Management

This is a lesson designed for KS1 on the topic of anger: how sometimes you can “lose your cool”, what the consequences might be, and tips and hints to avoid doing so. This includes a PowerPoint presentation and an activities sheet. Activities include: anger management using deep breathing and muscle relaxation for calm. This is a free sample lesson. For more lessons like this visit www.gogivers.org
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Rainforest

Rainforest

This is a lesson designed for KS2 explaining the importance of the rainforest on local and global ecosystems, biodiversity and the charities and pressure groups working to combat the destruction of the rainforest. This includes a PowerPoint presentation and an activities sheet. Strong links in the activities to science, art and literacy. Activities include: creating a rainforest painting in the style of Henri Rousseau, writing a diamond poem about the rainforest. This is a free sample lesson. For more lessons like this visit www.gogivers.org
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Africa

Africa

This is a lesson designed for KS1 on the topic of Africa. It challenges common stereotypes of Africa, looks at the diversity in geography, wealth and language across the continent, and gives an overview some of the famous people from Africa, including Nelson Mandela. This includes a PowerPoint presentation and an activities sheet. Activities include: playing a mathematical game from Africa, looking at why people think of Africa in a certain way. This is a free sample lesson. For more lessons like this visit www.gogivers.org
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