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Sharing lovingly prepared resources on Citizenship, History, Geography and Religious Education. All lessons are ready to teach. Complete with a range of activities, videos and more!

Sharing lovingly prepared resources on Citizenship, History, Geography and Religious Education. All lessons are ready to teach. Complete with a range of activities, videos and more!
Lesson 2 The UK Citizenship Test
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Lesson 2 The UK Citizenship Test

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A lesson exploring the UK Citizenship test - more commonly referred to as the ‘Life in the UK’ Test. Fully resourced with a range of activities and informative videos. Easy to follow - and can be used the teach straight away - perfect for non-specialist teachers. Beautifully presented with engaging activities, interesting videos and discussion points.
Lesson 6 Migration: Who are the British?
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Lesson 6 Migration: Who are the British?

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A lesson delving into British history looking at the different people who have migrated here. Thinking about what is is to be ‘British’. Included is a PowerPoint, worksheets, links to useful videos, discussion points and a case study! Beautifully presented, perfect for non specialists.
Year 11 Core RE Introduction to the Holocaust
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Year 11 Core RE Introduction to the Holocaust

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Lesson is perfect for a non-examination ‘Core RE’ class. Gives time for students to reflect on previous learning about the Holocaust, test their knowledge, watch the critically acclaimed ‘World at War’ and reflect on survivors testimonies. Objectives: • Students reflect on what has been learnt about the Holocaust. • Watch and extract information from “The World at War” • Empathise with survivors and think of questions you want to ask about the Holocaust.
Lesson 1 What is Britishness?
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Lesson 1 What is Britishness?

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Suitable for: PSHE, Citizenship or Modern Studies. A lesson exploring what ‘Britishness’ is. A wonderfully designed lesson which is easy to pick up and teach - even for a non subject specialist Lots of classroom discussion, informative videos and tasks. This is the first of a planned series of 6 lessons. This is the first lesson - which is provided to you for free - other lessons will be reasonable priced and to the same standard. Why not save yourself some time!
Lesson 7 Multiculturalism in Britain
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Lesson 7 Multiculturalism in Britain

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Lesson exploring Multiculturalism in the UK - looking at the positives that come from it and why some people see it as being negative. Students also look and reflect on the layers of their identity and how it shapes them. Useful videos and worksheets are found in the PowerPoint.
Modern Day Genocide: Hotel Rwanda
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Modern Day Genocide: Hotel Rwanda

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The idea behind this lesson is to give students an idea of what exactly happened during the Rwandan Genocide before watching Hotel Rwanda. Objectives: Understand the origins of the Rwandan genocide. Engage with the different media. Extract information from the film ‘Hotel Rwanda’. Reflect on and discuss the statement: “Do we truly learn for the past?”
Year 11 Genocide Schindlers List Lesson
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Year 11 Genocide Schindlers List Lesson

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Lesson introducing Schindler’s List - perfect for a Core RE/Non-examination class • Hypothesis about what Schindler’s list is about. • Reflect on the importance of remembering historical events. • Discover why Spielberg set up the Shoah Foundation. • Watch Schindler’s list – extract information and reflect on the message of the film and what we can take away from it.