Lesson examining UN action and effectiveness through examining case studies of genocide. Only 4 case studies provided - Rwanda, Bosnia, Darfur and Syria - template for making more case study cards is included at end of ppt.
To analyse the events leading to the issuance of the Emancipation Proclamation and General Order 143
To evaluate the meaning and significance of the Emancipation Proclamation and General Order 143
INDEPENDENT STUDY BOOKLET
How did slave owners legally consider their slaves (and horses, buildings, etc…)?
What happens to property that armies capture from their enemy during a war?
What do you think were some advantages for the United States in having African Americans serve in the military?
Do you think Abraham Lincoln needed to wait for the Union Army to win a battle before issuing the Proclamation?
Why do you think these two documents were important during the Civil War?
Evaluate the importance of the Emancipation Proclamation and General Order 143.
Lesson focusing on the skill of making inferences from sources, cartoon interpretation modelled step by step on powerpoint with selection of cartoons for pupils to attempt on their own - can be adapted for group work and feedback to whole class.
Booklet produced as revision aid for soure skills for GCSE pupils including; primary and secondary sources, types of sources, utility, bias, reliability, sources that agree, sources and own knowledge and source glossary.
Lesson using think incident scene investigation to encourage pupils to identify the causes and consequences of road accidents as well as examining what could have been done differently in order to prevent the accident.
To understand the differences between rights and responsibilities
To give examples of the rights of young people in the UK
To explain why some rights are more important than others
Students watch a clip about child labour and use this to frame their understanding of the rights of young people around the world and how they may be different in the UK
Y8 SOW - Unit 2; How are human rights protected?
Lesson 5 - FGM
To understand what FGM is
To understand that FGM is harmful
To know that FGM is illegal in the UK and abroad
To know where and how young people can get help and support around FGM
Y8 SOW - Unit 3; How are we kept safe?
Lesson 3 - How are young people stereotyped?
To understand why there are 'stereotypes' of young people
To identify and discuss factors that can lead to negative stereotyping of young people
To understand that fear of crime is more prevalent than crime itself, and that this can have serious consequences for many people
*NEW AQA GCSE - Thematic Study - Power and the People*
To consider the reasons people wanted trade unions
To summarise the key acts and movements in trade union history
To analyse the success of trade unions