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Critical Thinking: using logic
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Critical Thinking: using logic

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This is the third Critical Thinking resource and focuses on the need for logical reasoning. It establishes the concepts of the premise and conclusion as the basis of a logical argument. It also highlights 4 “logic traps” - the non sequitur, generalisation, assumption and irrelevance. These principles are applied to the legend of Atlantis as a light-hearted approach to creating a logical argument. There are opportunities to evaluate the logic of ‘experts’ who have written on this topic. This approach offers opportunities to conduct further independent study to do the same thing. (There are a lot of theories out there!). Finally, learners are challenged to create their own logical argument on the Atlantis legend. This resource could be used for KS4 learners and beyond, though it could be adapted for KS3 easily.
Understanding CSE - Child Sexual Exploitation
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Understanding CSE - Child Sexual Exploitation

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Relationships aren’t always what they seem. Sexual exploitation and grooming can happen to anyone and it’s important to be able recognise the signs and know how to protect yourself. Interactive resource developed in prezi. Can be used by small groups, individuals or by parents. Be aware that a video clip within the prezi contains scenes of a sexual nature and depiction of drug use.
Critical Thinking: the basics
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Critical Thinking: the basics

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A simple introduction to Critical Thinking. It focuses on questioning in order to arrive at a theory. Using information about the mysteries surrounding the Nazca lines, in Peru, learners are asked to develop a theory which explains this phenomenon. It includes consideration of the existence of aliens as well as theories advanced by recognised experts in this area. There are inevitable light-hearted factors for this reason! The mantra here is to remain open-minded until you have the evidence to form an opinion, to challenge what you know and be prepared to investigate what you don’t. There are opportunities for further investigation and a presentation on the topic at the end of the session. This resource is part of THREE Critical Thinking resources. It could be used as part of a study skills activity. Ideally aimed at KS4 and beyond, though elements could be easily adapted for KS3 learners.
Study Skills - The what and how of research
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Study Skills - The what and how of research

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Study Skills - The what and how of research The ability to understand and use different research methods is an essential ingredient of successful learning and achievement. Interactive resource developed in prezi Can be used by small groups, individuals or by parents. Includes employability and learning skills framework
Preparing for the Careers of the Future
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Preparing for the Careers of the Future

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By 2025 it is estimated that over 5 million jobs in the UK will be lost to automation and robots. This means that the job market that current school students will be joining will be vastly different from the one we know today. The skills required to compete and thrive in this world will be those that robots and computers find difficult to copy. Soft-skills, like creativity, communication and working with others will become vital for job seekers of the future. Interactive resource in prezi. Contains video and infographic content. Suitable for individuals, groups and parents. Aimed at KS3, KS4 and KS5
Shrove Tuesday - Pancake Day Around the World
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Shrove Tuesday - Pancake Day Around the World

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Pancake Day is held on Shrove Tuesday, which is the day before Ash Wednesday; the first day of Lent. It is a day of penitence, to clean the soul and, a day of celebration as the last chance to feast before Lent begins. Interactive resource developed in prezi. Can be used by small groups, individuals or by parents. Includes employability and learning skills framework.
Valentine's Day Quiz
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Valentine's Day Quiz

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Topical tutorial activity There are 10 multiple choice questions about St. Valentine or Valentine's Day Suitable for both horizontal and vertical tutor groups Two pdf documents provided: a question and an answer sheet A further 'prezi' resource is available on Valentine's Day that also includes: SMSC questions, Employability and Learning framework, British Values discussion, Reading activity and Numeracy question.
National School Sports Week 2017
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National School Sports Week 2017

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National School Sport Week 2017 is taking place from the 26-30 June. The week is a fantastic opportunity for students to be more active and take part in more PE and school sport. National School Sport Week started in 2008, and last year saw over 5,000 schools and 1.8 million pupils take part! Resource in prezi.
World Environment Day 2018
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World Environment Day 2018

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World Environment Day, held on June 5th, is the a day for doing something to take care of the Earth That “something” can be done locally, nationally or globally; it can be on your own or in a group. Everyone is free to choose. Interactive resource in prezi Contains short video, infographic, British Values discussion question and opportunity for learners to vote Suitable for KS2
School Diversity Week 2018
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School Diversity Week 2018

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School Diversity Week is the national celebration of LGBT+ equality in education. Launched in 2016, over 450,000 pupils and teachers across the UK are expected to mark School Diversity Week 2018. interactive resource in prezi Includes short video Suitable for whole class, small groups or individuals Aimed at KS3 /KS4.
Can we prevent people becoming violent extremists?
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Can we prevent people becoming violent extremists?

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Radicalisation and extremism can pose a serious threat to any civilised society and in Britain’s case they may challenge and threaten those values that underpin society itself. It is important to try and understand the issues associated with radicalisation and extremism. This session investigates: - The language associated with extremism and radicalisation - Radicalisation/Extremism: Can it be prevented? - Case studies of Extremists - British Values Question Interactive resource developed in prezi. Can be used by small groups, individuals or by parents. Includes downloadable pdf worksheet
Ramadan 2017 - A sacred time for Muslims
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Ramadan 2017 - A sacred time for Muslims

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A time of spiritual reflection, Ramadan is the ninth month in the Islamic calendar and commemorates when the Quran was first shown to the Prophet Muhammad. During this period of time Muslims, who are physically able, are required to fast each day, from sunrise to sunset. Interactive resource developed in prezi Can be used by small groups, individuals or by parents. Includes employability and learning skills framework
The Flipped Classroom
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The Flipped Classroom

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The aim of a 'flipped classroom' is to encourage learners to become more independent, the teacher acts as a facilitator. Covers: What is a flipped classroom?, Five stages for implementing a flipped classroom, 'What does a flipped classroom look like?, Resource for teachers in prezi.
Why is Maths important?
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Why is Maths important?

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Why is Maths important? Gaining a Maths qualification has never been more emphasised in schools and colleges. But why is Maths so important to your future? Interactive resource developed in prezi Can be used by small groups, individuals or by parents. Includes employability and learning skills framework
4th of July: American Independence Day
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4th of July: American Independence Day

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'Independence Day' celebrates the birthday of the United States of America and the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4th, 1776. A day of picnics and patriotic parades, a night of concerts and fireworks, and a reason to fly the flag. Tutorial activity in prezi. Suitable for both vertical and horizontal tutor groups. Includes Employability and Learning framework, plus SMSC questions.
Aspirations - The skills that matter for Employability
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Aspirations - The skills that matter for Employability

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Aspirations - The skills that matter for Employability ‘Hard skills’, such as technical and academic qualifications - GCSEs, NVQs, A levels and degrees do not by themselves make you employable. Students who want to become employed or self-employed will also need great 'soft skills'. Discover more about what soft skills are and why they are so important. Interactive resource developed in prezi. Can be used by small groups, individuals or by parents. Includes employability and learning skills framework
Critical Thinking: how to develop lines of enquiry
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Critical Thinking: how to develop lines of enquiry

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This Critical Thinking resource examines how to develop a line of enquiry. It is the second session in three separate Critical Thinking resources. It reinforces the need to challenge what we learn by asking questions which provide further information as well as to establish the validity of what has been discovered. It does this via 6 steps: Step 1: What do we know already? Step 2: Why is it important to the enquiry? Step 3: Who agrees with the theory? (and why?) Step 4: Who disagrees with the theory? (and why?) Step 5: What else do we need to investigate? Step 6: What do I believe? The resource uses a light-hearted approach by focusing on the mystery of the Loch Ness monster and examines the theories behind the legend. At the end, learners apply what has been learned to produce a presentation which outlines their theories. It’s suitable for KS4 and above, though could easily be adapted for KS3.
British Values 2017
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British Values 2017

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Tutorial activity in prezi. Looks at: What does being British mean? What are 'British Values'? Is it even possible to agree what values and characteristics portray ‘Being British’? Includes short video, downloadable PDF extension activity and SMSC questions.